Arcade Artifacts by Bill Heatherly
It seems to work when you push the arm over and it catch the latch when you drop a penny in it and it does weigh and amazingly its accurate.
Its missing the back 2 doors and the pennies were in the bottom side area nothing great.
The Enamial seems to be all good with only a few areas of rust from the cat Iron as useally and the dial cleaned up OK and the glass is original etched quit deep and will be easy to paint original colors and I'll either polish a piece of stainless steel or maybe brass for the back ground or even foil ???
Or i may just sell it as it is but it's a bit on the heavy side
But whats your thought on the part i outlined
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Typical stubborn Chopper. Just doesn't want to run.
Cabinet parts are removed. Ready to start the cabinet repairs.
Stencils are cut and sprayed for the dark teal diamond art.
First day of testing didn't go very well. Back at it in the morning.
Paper labels installed and it's ready to be installed and tested.
Power supply board is finished.
Marquee and coin door repairs are done and in primer.
These are ready for paint. Still have the coin door and Marquee to do.
Working on final blemish's repairs before paint.
Picked this up today for the Grand kids. Helium balloon vendor.
Bodywork is roughed in on the base and it's now in primer.
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