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A Whirlwind that looks like it went through a whirlwind! (Restore)

By HydrogenHuman

1 year ago


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#12 1 year ago
Quoted from HydrogenHuman:

Alright, without further ado I present a plethora of pictures!
CABINET, TOPPER, and TRANSLITE/EXTERIOR BACKBOX
Coin door and front decals. Good amount of wear, but could be worse.
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What? You've never heard of a 2/3 Plunger?
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Aah, that will buff right out! (Joking aside, this was a telltale sign it was left out in the elements imo)
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The bad cabinet side.
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The good cabinet side! If you look at the machine just from this angle, it actually looks decent!
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Ouch. That's all I have to say.
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Double Ouch!
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Triple Ouch!
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Do I even need to say anything?
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Topper. Typical yellowing, and it's cracked where all the screws go in. Other than that, not terrible. I removed it because the machine is raised up way too high on the front legs and my ceiling couldn't accomodate the topper without hitting.
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Hey, at least the fan works! (Supposedly)
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Maybe the only decent looking thing on the exterior, but even the translite art definitely has the signs of getting hit with moisture and then drying.
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Left side backbox decals. Looks great...compared to the rest of the cab.
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Closer inspection reveals it has plenty of damage too.
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Underneath where the backbox rests.
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Top of the backbox, right side
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Top of the backbox, left side
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Behind the machine
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Corner on the back of the machine
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Rear of backbox
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Now that's a high quality power plug!
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I was wonder why I couldn't adjust the height...
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Next post, the playfield!

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