(Topic ID: 78998)

MIB's Webbing Color


By jasonsmith

5 years ago



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  • Latest reply 5 years ago by boilerman
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  • Mibs Gottlieb, 1969

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#1 5 years ago

Mine was partially repainted prior to getting it. I'm seeing a grey silver inside the cab along the sides and a darker blackish but not black color on the backbox. Can't find a true black web anywhere.

Anyone know what color the webbing was from factory?
Should there be webbing on the cabinet front face?

#2 5 years ago

I am seeing the same grey/silver darker blackish colors on my Mibs too.
Must be black the webbing and over the years the color has changed to grey/silver darker blackish colors.
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#3 5 years ago

Thank you, I just wasn't sure what I was seeing as the rest of my machines clearly look black. I think you're correct though as you can see from this pick the lower part not exposed to any light is still quite dark but the upper portion is very grey.

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or maybe this portion was repainted as well...

#4 5 years ago

I think it's silver because my Bowling Queen is also silver. They are the same year and playfield design.

#5 5 years ago

I know certain machines had silver and some had black webbing. I know that MIBS was indeed silver webbing.
sometime the silver gets aged and almost looks black.
just pull off the coin entry plate and you will know for sure.

#6 5 years ago

Thanks guys, silver sounds good. That area is the best I have, the whole cab has been taken apart but this was about the only area that wasn't toast and still had paint.

#7 5 years ago

My MIBS has a silver webbing on it.

-- Shawn

#8 5 years ago

Oh and just to confirm, is there webbing on the cabinet front face?

#9 5 years ago

yes webbing was everywhere

#10 5 years ago

Perfect, thanks.

#11 5 years ago

I'm going to experiment between this and my spray gun here shortly. I know this stuff is generally too thick, curious if heating it up would thin out the result at all? anyone try that?

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#12 5 years ago

that is what i use, i spray it into a touch up spray gun add a little lacquer thinner and 2 min later the webbing is done

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