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Getaway Club ~ Dispatch, run a make on license plate KINGPIN


By MrSanRamon

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#10701 13 days ago

I search of a set of sling shot plastics.

#10702 11 days ago

A forum member in the german forum is contemplating re-creating the double bumper post that holds the supercharger, part no. 02-4423-1, which has been unobtainium for quite some time.
He'll make it from stainless steel, and possily reinforce the upper threading, so it doesn't break as easily as the original.

You can express your interest here: https://www.flippermarkt.de/community/forum/threads/getaway-post-02-4423-1.222395/

I can help out with the international shipping.

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#10703 11 days ago

Interesting. For US buyers, it might be easier if one person bought several and had them shipped here, then they could ship from within the US. Rather than every buyer having to pay around $20 for shipping, if enough ordered it would only be around $5.

#10704 11 days ago
Quoted from Mr_Tantrum:

For US buyers, it might be easier if one person bought several and had them shipped here

So, why don't the two of us take the role of that proxy?
US buyers pay the seller directly for the product and have it sent to me.
Buyers pay me the idle fraction of the shipping cost and I relay it to you, registered parcel.
Buyers then pay local shipping to you and you distribute.

I will gladly do that, but I will not assume liability for anything happening with the shipment (damage or loss).

#10705 11 days ago
Quoted from Sprudeldudel:

So, why don't the two of us take the role of that proxy?
US buyers pay the seller directly for the product and have it sent to me.
Buyers pay me the idle fraction of the shipping cost and I relay it to you, registered parcel.
Buyers then pay local shipping to you and you distribute.
I will gladly do that, but I will not assume liability for anything happening with the shipment (damage or loss).

Thanks for the info. Any idea what he plans to charge for the actual part? I have no idea where it goes but if it may be helpful in the future, I would likely buy one. Thanks.

#10706 11 days ago

Hi everyone,
I'm looking for a very nice original, no fade and great playfield, or a restored getaway with or without mods and color dmd hopeful. If anyone has any leads on one, please pm me.
Thanks!
Kev

#10707 11 days ago
Quoted from Sprudeldudel:

So, why don't the two of us take the role of that proxy?
US buyers pay the seller directly for the product and have it sent to me.
Buyers pay me the idle fraction of the shipping cost and I relay it to you, registered parcel.
Buyers then pay local shipping to you and you distribute.
I will gladly do that, but I will not assume liability for anything happening with the shipment (damage or loss).

I’m happy to do that at long as the volume justifies it, or a simpler solution is for me to take commitments and pay you one time lump sum (only one transaction for end-users that way, and much simpler for maker to process orders). Would obviously need to know a few things first:

- cost of part
- number of US commitments
- shipping to me based upon that quantity
- shipping to US for quantity of 1 to deem if it’s worth it for everyone to not just buy direct themselves.

I would not add any markup for my time. I would just pass through the cost of the part and whatever shipping expenses are (padded envelope/box and postage).

#10708 11 days ago
Quoted from Mr_Tantrum:

- cost of part
- number of US commitments
- shipping to me based upon that quantity
- shipping to US for quantity of 1 to deem if it’s worth it for everyone to not just buy direct themselves

I'll figure this out and post as soon as i know more Thanks for joining in

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#10709 1 day ago

Anyone know how to connect gator clips to a board so I can hook up a blinking like to the freeway light? Got the mod from g-money mods for the freeway sign.

But the freeway light is in a board. I don't know how to hook this light up to that light so it flashes when freeway flashes.

Help?

#10710 1 day ago
Quoted from Ecw0930:

Anyone know how to connect gator clips to a board so I can hook up a blinking like to the freeway light? Got the mod from g-money mods for the freeway sign.
But the freeway light is in a board. I don't know how to hook this light up to that light so it flashes when freeway flashes.
Help?

Well, I clip on to GI socket leads all the time, but if on a circuit board you might have to break out the soldier gun. Only other thing I can think of would be to strip the ends of the wires, twist them, insert them into the socket where they touch the two leads, then insert the wedge bulb where it would hold the wires in with pressure. If that works, you might want to use a little hot melt glue to secure the bulb into the socket so it doesn't pop out with the extra pressure.

#10711 1 day ago
Quoted from Mr_Tantrum:

Well, I clip on to GI socket leads all the time, but if on a circuit board you might have to break out the soldier gun. Only other thing I can think of would be to strip the ends of the wires, twist them, insert them into the socket where they touch the two leads, then insert the wedge bulb where it would hold the wires in with pressure. If that works, you might want to use a little hot melt glue to secure the bulb into the socket so it doesn't pop out with the extra pressure.

it does have the quick connect like comet matrix stuff. I know they make a socket with that connection. Gregg sent me a msg and said it's doable with the clips so once I get the info i'll update (with pics hopefully).

Btw y'all, his supercharge sign mod with the starburst inserts looks great and the starburst insert mod is awesome!

#10712 1 day ago

Here’s the way to do it. The alligator clips for the mod should be long enough to fit around the board. (Unless I made a mistake.)

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