hope that water heater holds together!
Quoted from Schabs81:
Damn it you like the third one thats said something about it . I dont have much of a choice with my basement. Ill flip flop dredd and ij
build a wall or something to deflect water or relocate the water heater. if you can't solder use shark bites but thats a lot of money a 5G+ game next to a $650 water heater .water and electricity don't mix well
I brought this in. First new game in almost a year, but it did set me back 75 bucks!
Quoted from UofG2000:
pookycade Mr and Mrs Pacman is my first solid state with voices, and I am enjoying it so far, I like the video mode. I am a fan of Pacman so the theme is great. Playfield is rough with some repairs though, really wishing I could find an overlay for the playfield. So if anyone knows if one exists, let me know
i've had one for about 15 years now. my first solid state. cant find any love for this thing at all. maybe because the license?
Picked up a nice t2. Only had to add leds and fix three switches. Owner also had a vintage Cabal arcade game fully working. $100 more. Figured I couldn't go wrong. I have no clue how much they are worth.
I picked up a cheap Fireball home edition this weekend. Delivered it to the local high school this morning. No backglass and the guy cut the legs short to make a coffee table. Luckily, he didn't hurt anything internal, so it's still intact(aside from the missing backbox). The kids will likely be retheming this and converting to an Arduino/Raspberry Pi control setup.
"The jewels are mine"... I was looking for a project and found one, 15 stairs, and 10 minutes from home. Still pays to check Craigslist. I had forgotten how dirty a machine can get over time. Tons of dirty fun!
Chicago Coin Moon Shot 1969
40,000 plays on the meter, needs a little love but nothing terrible. Backglass just starting to flake (going to seal and repair) and have to replace a coil. Playfield and cabinet are GREAT!
Sold this very same game 2 years ago. Diamond Plate playfield went straight to location.
Quoted from MiamiRedSkin:
What is the story with the iron man next to it? Looks like something is off with the cabinet??
It was a custom wrap so the game would fit in to the fancy clubhouse game room it came out of. They're pretty fancy up in the mountains.. celebrities and all that.
I'm leaving it on as a protective wrapper. Another guy got a WOZ from the same place and he said the contact paper or vinyl came off cleanly and easily.
Quoted from ryan1234:
MORE PICS OF VAN!!!!
The "finger" in the door looks awesome!
Would love to see more.
Finally able to set it up and get it going after waiting for a few parts from Cliffy and powder coating. Not a bad score after about 20 plays as well.....
Honestly think this might be the most beautiful pin and light show I've ever seen, and so far we love it! (Traded my Smaug for it)
Not looking for one, wasn't on my wish list, but too good to pass up. After couple weeks I'm thinking it was a good decision.
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