Posted at request. For sale $250 + shipping.
The control panels are in nice shape, but the joysticks have had the springs robbed out of them. I’m posting this because I have received interest in them. Long screws included.
I just wanted a way to document these items in a searchable way.
This is a nice little original survivor from 1983. It has a recently rebuilt display and accepts coins or can be set to free play.
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.
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.
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.