Includes both bezels shown. Tested working controllers. Include Potentiometers and harnesses. Specialized flying MAME? $100 shipped CONUS.
Using a J-ROK board and a 29″ LCD TV
New-to-Billings Iron Man pinball on location. Have a little American Classic Pizzeria treat to go with your gaming.
It will take a couple of weeks, but this machine will be repaired and placed at the Vegas Hotel:
This game is offered up for sale for $1500. It has a PC in it and can play 22 different arcade games. It has a nice front end for selecting your game and the correct software for modifying sequential shifting for proper game input. There is no coin box. The display is a new 29″ TV. The items are powered through a Smart Strip that is controlled by the PC running Windows XP.
I have 20 of these. They have great viewing angle and the chase lights work. They require a 12VDC adapter (not included). I used a 1000ma adapter and it burned up in about an hour. I’m not sure what amperage is required. Continue reading →
For Reference: 18 pins and 10 pins
This control panel is 23.75″ wide as received.
I’ve come into a bunch of these New-In-Box LCD slot machine toppers. The one pictured below is not broken, but just dusty. I’m trying to figure out what to do with them. I think they would make great MAME or 60-in-1 screens but I need to do a little more research to figure out how to wire them.
This game takes nickels, dimes and quarters, but it can be set to free play. Find it in the Liberty Cafe in the Vegas Motel in Billings, Montana.