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Elvira And The Party Monsters club-Monstrous!


By karmalord

5 years ago



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#13 5 years ago

I have a whole thread dedicated to rebuilding/modding my EATPM.

http://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/chronological-evolution-of-an-eatpm

Full LEDs, Boney flippers, Super Bands, EL-wire on both ramps, lighted flipper buttons, full powder coat including all habitrails, Cliffy's on both ramps, Cliffy post rubbers, Ruby colored shooter, Pinguard leg protectors..

I bought this machine around 1992 for $1000 which was a lot for a machine back then, but she was also a younger machine then.

#19 5 years ago
Quoted from karmalord:

I am curious to what the final cost was of your project was?

Its like restoring a car you love, if you tracked the cost to rebuild it, your wife would kill you.

If I had to venture a guess? Between 400-600? Maybe? It was over the course of about 8 months.

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#123 5 years ago

Just fwiw, its not the black on white original one, but one that's been done in glow in the dark.

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#289 5 years ago

I did a Bugs Bunny, it's the same set up. Take all the screws off the top of the marquee and the underside. You will have a 2 pin Molex connector for the speakers and a ground.

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#315 5 years ago

Yep. Lots of folks unfortunately for those who really need them, folks snag them as some sick investment. That's why you find them at inflated prices on Epay.

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#369 5 years ago
Quoted from Honch:

Do you have a pic of those, Ted?

amazon.com link »

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#759 3 years ago
Quoted from bayoubilly70:

Is there a good technique for removing the old side rails without messing up the cabinet art? I assume the old rails are stuck on with double sided tape

Yes. Painters tape, flat putty knife, hammer, and wood shims to stop it from falling back.

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#842 3 years ago

Looks like this. Changed it on my machine also.

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#847 3 years ago

More EATPM pics with side blades.

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#853 3 years ago

MoP is out of stock.

#859 3 years ago

Not unusual. When things like that, and CPR playfields/plastics go on sale there are a some folks who buy because they need, some because they are planning ahead and a lot who buy on speculation to resell.

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