Sega candy cabinets colours

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Eddhorse
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Re: Sega candy cabinets colours

Post by Eddhorse » August 7th, 2016, 11:51 pm

Mokum wrote:Call me picky but I couldn't stand losing the Japanese warning sticker...
I mean, a cab tells a story, a refurbished one (unless **** up pretty bad) does not IMHO.
I've also got several Japanese stickers near the area where you get the coins back, pretty much applied by the arcades it operated in, and painting the cab would require to remove them, but this would also remove its story...
I know I sound kind of romantic but just can't help it ;)
I would agree with this to a certain extent, mine had bad cigerette burns though and would only get in the house if clean. There still are some knicks and bumps though since respray.
I saved the warning sickers, one warning sticker was wrecked due to someone trying to get into the cab.
The stickers on the back were ok apart from the certificate one seen here:
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The other Japanese ones were ok too:
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Also covered over the 100Yen sticker and the various ones of these:
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So all in all, i agree that you save as much as you can but not to forget a cabs history but also make the cab feel happier about itself. A happy medium if you will.

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Re: Sega candy cabinets colours

Post by Rocco » August 8th, 2016, 12:28 am

Johnnychaos wrote:
Rocco wrote: Aré those Toshiba tri synchs good at 15khz up to the famous ms9 from Egret 2 and New Astro ?


How do you connect JAMMA in the new net JVS?
Sorry forgot to reply to this. But this isn't a trisync toshiba. It's dual res. Seems unusual but it's a nice picture. There's Jamma and jvs looms in the machine.

Thanks!

So , is your New net city dual resolution instead of 15,24,31 kHz ?

:)


I also thought all New net cities came always with only JVS ...

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Re: Sega candy cabinets colours

Post by Johnnychaos » August 8th, 2016, 7:41 am

The previous owner went quite far to make it look like a proper net city but it started life as a naomi uni. So bits are none standard. I actually took a risk and bought it off eBay.

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Re: Sega candy cabinets colours

Post by Mantrox » August 8th, 2016, 4:06 pm

Johnnychaos wrote:This was one I painted. It looked worse in person originally.
I sanded the whole thing to take off the shine and smoothed any rough bits.
I probably used an appliance white. Then rubbing and finishing compound to bring out the shine.
But I did start using a Fiat white when I blended out cig burns on an astro which I found blended better with the original colour.

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You can see on this it has a nice finish.

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Where did you get the new net CP?
I have been looking for one for ages :cry:
Looks awsome.

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Re: Sega candy cabinets colours

Post by Johnnychaos » August 8th, 2016, 6:02 pm

Giz10p. They don't have them anymore though I'm afraid

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Re: Sega candy cabinets colours

Post by Hackcell » September 1st, 2019, 1:23 am

Eddhorse wrote:
August 7th, 2016, 11:51 MP
Mokum wrote:Call me picky but I couldn't stand losing the Japanese warning sticker...
I mean, a cab tells a story, a refurbished one (unless **** up pretty bad) does not IMHO.
I've also got several Japanese stickers near the area where you get the coins back, pretty much applied by the arcades it operated in, and painting the cab would require to remove them, but this would also remove its story...
I know I sound kind of romantic but just can't help it ;)
I would agree with this to a certain extent, mine had bad cigerette burns though and would only get in the house if clean. There still are some knicks and bumps though since respray.
I saved the warning sickers, one warning sticker was wrecked due to someone trying to get into the cab.
The stickers on the back were ok apart from the certificate one seen here:
Image

The other Japanese ones were ok too:
Image

Also covered over the 100Yen sticker and the various ones of these:
Image

So all in all, i agree that you save as much as you can but not to forget a cabs history but also make the cab feel happier about itself. A happy medium if you will.
hI,

How do you remove them without damaging them or where do I get repros? I have a Daytona 2 japanese that I need to repaint and the decals are in excellent shape.

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