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Gottlieb Dodge City in Va. junk shop


By Onevox

4 months ago



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#1 4 months ago

Just an FYI for anyone interested. Pretty rough shape.

Guy was asking ...uh...$1000, and flatly turned down $200 saying he paid $400 for it as a barn find.

Dirty PF with worn paint in areas. Backglass has flaking paint. Seems to be mechanically complete with dancing cowboy. Entire cabinet has been repainted a different pattern/color than original.

PM if you're interested. I don't know if the place has a name, I didn't see one. But it is south of Roanoke, Va.

Sorry, I didn't take pictures.

#2 4 months ago

He buys junk and sells antiques

#3 4 months ago

Hard game to find.

#4 4 months ago

Hard game to find. Double post. Need fast internet.

#5 4 months ago

Nic might look into that one.

#6 4 months ago

I have a Dodge City along with a parts machine and it was hard to find. I need to do a playfield swap. Its a fun game. Sort of like a version of Paradise that actually involves skill; you shoot for lit gates rather that hoping the ball will randomly drop into the kicker holes.

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#7 4 months ago

John, I few months back I found a Dodge city machine working but showing wear. Really enjoy the game and now have started cleaning it up. I do have one issue that I'm wondering if you might help with. I disassembled the balls played stepper unit in the backbox to clean up. On re-assembly I discovered l did not mark (dumb on my part) the orientation of the two circuit boards. Schematics are not my strength so I was wondering if you would mind setting yours to "start up" and send me a pic? There are only three ways to install it but I'm seeing issues and would like to verify if the board is wrong or if I still have mechanical sticking.

The picture I attached is what I'm looking for. In this pic, I do not know what part of the cycle the machine is in.

Sure appreciate any help.

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#8 4 months ago

This is what it looks like when the game is just started and player one, ball one is ready to begin.

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#9 4 months ago

John
This is exactly what I needed.
Thank You!

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