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For sale: Drop-A-Card (Gottlieb, 1971)

Added: 2015-12-28 14:16:22 UTC • Ended: December 30th, 2015
Condition: Fully restored (full original status)

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$ 1,200

I"m selling my recently restored Drop A Card. This game was a total restored. Cabinet stripped down, bottom replaced, repainted in correct graphics. Motor board completely stripped, sanded, new labels printed. All components including score motor disassembled, cleaned and polished, reassembled. Same for the light board. Front of light board repainted. Playfield disassembled, some minor touch ups done, and cleared using polycrylic. Flippers and bumpers rebuilt using all new components. Coin door is straight, and was polished with new start button installed. No coin mechs, all the wiring to the door was cut but I have gotten it wired so it starts with the start button, is set on free play. Ron Webb repro backglass installed. This game plays 100 percent and is really gorgeous to look at. Prefer local pick up but I'll work with a shipper. Cash or Paypal. I'll take a personal check but you'll have to wait until I verify that it has cleared before I'll release the game. I have pictures available.


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Kansas City, MO, US

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