Here is a nice site on CRTs: http://www.crtsite.com/page3.html
This isn’t mine, but the owner asked me to sell it for him. $500 is what he wants. It seems to work good. I don’t know a lot about these, but this one does seem to work well. Call 406.855.7057 if interested. Let it ring as takes about 8 rings for my cell phone to start ringing if I’m not at the office phone.
I was asked for some detailed photos of the game so here they are. This post will be very large so please be patient as your browser downloads the full-size images. This cabinet was damaged in the past. The deck screws were in it before I got it. I clamped, glued and nailed the cabinet. These are the pictures that attempt to show the repairs and damaged areas of the game.
This is a nice little machine. It takes Quarters and Dollar Bills. Can be set to free play. This game has been sold.
There is now a NFL Blitz ’99 and an original Donkey Kong in the house. These machines are not in Bones Arcade, but on the north side of the same building complex. As always, Rex still has a $50 bounty on beating his high score on Joker Poker of 440,000.
The Blitz is for sale for $800. The DK is not mine to sell and Rex would kill me if I sold the Joker Poker.
Lowered the price and brought it back into the shop. $450.
I found the parts for $400 shipped, but I don’t think I can sell it for more than $500, so I’m letting this project go.
Should end up with a working NFL Blitz ’99, Pac-Man, Pole Position (I or II), Capcom Bowling, centipede cocktail and a couple of project cabinets. Lots of coin doors and a few control panels. More info to come…
This machine came in with a dead G05 and the wrong light fixture in it. Sent the monitor out for repair and luckily I had another light fixture to get the black-light lit background restored to its former glory. A little more work on the coin door and this one will be for sale for $450.