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Comment posted by Victor on 2/8/2018
Dear Sir. We are in South Africa (far, I know) my dad has many PCBs but the main question I want to ask is: Do you restore Vintage Games from the 1930's up? Thank you
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Comment posted by Todd on 11/13/2017
Thank you so much. I love your site, the parts that I have seen. I am new to arcade restoration and this information is a huge help for me. I bought a Ninja Gaiden that is in a Blue Print cab. I want to restore the blue print and move the Ninja to it's own "original-ish" (built to original specs but new) dedicated I'm super excited!
Comment posted by Tim Denial on 10/23/2017
Hi Brian, I wonder if you could help, I have a world rally PCB that I am installing in to a new cabinet. I am building the steering myself but need some details on the encoder board, I noticed your image J is tha board I need, I wonder do you have close up photos so I could attempt to either build one or try to obtain a spare baord Best regards Tim
Comment posted by Arnie on 9/21/2017
Very nice collection. I am in the arcade business here in South Africa. We operate many hundreds of those " Old Time" cabinets. We are getting rid of them now because they are heavy, and parts are not so plentiful. Must have chucked away about 100+ in the last year. We are building lighter cabinets with flat screens and Raspberry pie's. Maybe we should advertise those old machines somewhere. I am trying to get a "Happy Jackie" to work on a R-Pie, but are struggling to get the rite roms and Emulators. Just maybe you can help, and point me in the right direction. Enjoy your toys. Arnie.
Comment posted by Clive Appleby on 7/12/2017
I have a collection I purchased new from a distributor back in 1980 to the present day pins and vids we have to play. This article peaked my attention because I'd love to make my machines all work with the same key. Or no key as they are today. I've never had to replace anything as they were all new and it's my home arcade where I enjoy my games.
Comment posted by Dale on 4/23/2017
You have a great site and a lot of your tips I get questions all the time for , what I would like to do is post some of this on our company FB page if you do not mind and I will make sure to list you as the source. Thanks Dale
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Comment posted by Emmanuel on 4/1/2017
What a beautiful game room !
Comment posted by Mike on 3/8/2017
Thanks so much for the many many of us you have helped. To anyone using the trial version of SketchUp, it expires in 30 days so work fast!
Comment posted by Chris Walker on 11/14/2016
Looks great!!!!
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Comment posted by JASON on 10/11/2016
Great article and site!! I picked up a dk jr upright. It has no cage around the flyback like my donkey kong and also pictured above. I also see no video inversion board anywhere. It plays fine. How is this possible? Also do you know If anyone sells a repo flyback cage. Thanks!!