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Classic Bally / Stern Coin Doors - Step by Step Guide to Restoration


By TractorDoc

5 months ago



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#9 5 months ago

Thanks for documenting this Doc. Any recommendations for a door that’s taken a few knees to the front of it? What’s the least destructive way to flatten things out?

#33 5 months ago

Beautiful work, Doc!
Is there a paint you prefer for the inner parts. Gray, silver or just get creative? Do you think the thickness of powder coating would make things too difficult to reassemble?

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