Little Restauration for OK Baby Cab

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toltecnightmare
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Re: Little Restauration for OK Baby Cab

Postby toltecnightmare » June 19th, 2017, 5:16 pm

My first candy was an ok baby and it's very solid. I bought mine similarly for my 2 slot mvs board, and think it's a good choice for an mvs candy.

At least yours was just yellow though. Mine was painted blue. :wtf:
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Re: Little Restauration for OK Baby Cab

Postby tomiii » June 26th, 2017, 7:39 am

toltecnightmare wrote:My first candy was an ok baby and it's very solid. I bought mine similarly for my 2 slot mvs board, and think it's a good choice for an mvs candy.

At least yours was just yellow though. Mine was painted blue. :wtf:


Year i love to play MVS on it.
Blue :D , do yo just leave it or you paintet it aswell ?

Blue or yellowed, its just the same work to do -.-
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Re: Little Restauration for OK Baby Cab

Postby toltecnightmare » June 30th, 2017, 1:19 am

tomiii wrote:
toltecnightmare wrote:My first candy was an ok baby and it's very solid. I bought mine similarly for my 2 slot mvs board, and think it's a good choice for an mvs candy.

At least yours was just yellow though. Mine was painted blue. :wtf:


Year i love to play MVS on it.
Blue :D , do yo just leave it or you paintet it aswell ?

Blue or yellowed, its just the same work to do -.-


I've done nothing to it but sand and respray some blue on parts I could get out easily. Its in my basement, and I have no garage, so it's a game of guess when the weather is good. No monitor now either, so it's low priority :p

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