This machine is in good condition and works well. Sometimes when you turn it on the graphics are scrambled. So I have to turn it off wait a minute and try again. After a couple of tries it always works.
Challenger Claw Machine
This machine looks good and works well. The claw makes lots of noise when moving. My daughter had a sleep over and the girls cleaned out all the toys. We placed prize bags and snack bags in it but had to attach small balloons to the bags or the claw would not pick them up.
A cool two player tank game. The cabinet is in good shape. The monitor is a little dull and the glass in front of the monitor is scratched. One of the fire buttons has been soldered so that it always fires. I will have to find a new button. Fun game to play.
This is my JAMMA cabinet project. The cabinet is in great shape. The marque and bezel look really good. The control panel overlay should be replaced. The Mortal Kombat board is intact but I don't know if it works. The power supply is missing. I tried to order a power supply from Arcadestick.com but they did not reply to my request for information on how to order it. I intend to install a multi-jamma board form multigame.com. This board will allow me to install up to 8 JAMMA boards into one cabinet.
Big Choice Claw Machine
Non working crane game. The boards are loose inside and the power supply is missing. I have no idea where to find parts. I found a working one on ebay and I think it sold for about $400.
I have to double check it might be a 1979. It holds 80 45s for a total of 160 songs. I need to get a new needle but it plays. Looks really nice when it is light up. I still need to buy few more records. I know it is not an arcade machine but it is part of the game room. It really helps set the 80s mood. Madonna anyone?
This is my favorite machine. Why? Cause I built it. See my Tomb Raider Project page here. It plays MAME, Sega, and SNES games.
more to come.......
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