Ill play. I really enjoy this one
obviously faded and cupped inserts reduce the value of a machine to almost nothing.
Seeing that is the case with yours I will take it off your hands for free as a project player.
Heres another that i did. Playfield cleared and touchedup. Cabinet not so much
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Quoted from John_in_NC:
Uno! I have one waiting for a restore. Never played it. Is it fun to play or just fun to look at? I think it looks way cool, relatively rare 2 player AAB.
I think it is really fun to play. Ball plays fairly fast and keeping it up in the top area is a task in and of itself
I just picked this up last night. I'm going to have to vacuform the pirate wheel thats supposed to be in the middle and paint the legs ivory.
beautiful machine that im super excited about
Room is definitely my issue also.
I have room to build an outside shed. Maybe this summer
What Hoov said.
A couple things I do differently. If the backglass is not the best i just TT the whole thing score windows and all.
If you do it correctly you will never be able to tell.
If there is a large chunk bubbling or coming off after you first light sealant coat I will spray a thick second coat and put some saran wrap over the offending spit and some books on top to lock it down. Let dry for 24 hrs and then spray the remaining final coat(s)
Quoted from RyanClaytor:
Wow. So if my BG is darn near perfect (no bubbling or flaking, just the most minor of scrtaches in a spot or two) you're saying just leave it alone? Since it is in a temp controlled environment and not on 8 hrs a day it should be good?
Thats my opinion yes
Here's my recent CL score
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yeah but that shooter lane man ..... just kidding
It looks great. Ill come over and play it soon
Quoted from velcroman:
I am more of a general coin-op collector/dealer/trader than primarily a pin guy. I really like and appreciate anything old which takes a coin to make it work. Other than pins, I collect arcade, gambling, vending and music machines.
your website had me drooling. The Buckley Bones machine is one id really like to come across someday.
ok it not a pinball but this is my new project. Not like i dont have enough projects as it is ....
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