Quoted from RTSMikeM:
So you think you have one I could use? Or at least the parts?
Why the heck would somebody take this off in the 1st place...?
They take it off because it is now a home machine and the parts are really not needed. They also start cutting wiring willy-nilly. It is a pain when you get one all butchered up and you want to restore it.
Save your door if no one has drilled holes into it and bent the hell out of it trying to pry it open.
What you are missing is not hard to remove or replace.
You are missing the coin chutes
You are missing the coin collector holders
You are missing the switches that load credits when the coin drops
The wiring is not that difficult. You could build your own harness in good enough form to activate the switches.
You can find "stern coin door" on Ebay, but the Ebay sellers think their doors are made of gold.
In short, the parts you are missing can all be installed in 30 minutes. You need some 3/8" #10 machine screws.
It is not the end of the world. You are not even close to the end of the world.
Here is one on Ebay from a Stern Frenzy arcade that will work. You may have to change a wiring connector. But you are in for near $100.00 by the time you add in shipping. And this one does not have the three angle/border brackets that go around the door. If you do not have those angle brackets you will definitely want them and a lot of door sellers don't think about selling them with the door.
I guess I should add the Ebay link:
ebay.com link » Stern Frenzy Arcade Game Coin Door