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    Been a member for while and thought it was about time to put to practice some of knowledge I have learnt from this forum. I purchased my empty cabinet from Ebay about two months ago and plan to turn it into a Mame machine. My Joysticks, buttons, Ipac and wiring was purchased from Chris at Ozstick. At the moment I am setting up my software and control panel. I have set my study up as the test bench, much to the dismay of my wife. I was wondering if anyone could help with identifing the art work on the cabinet. Thanks Rob.
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    Finally going to build a Mame cabinet!

  • #2
    Looks like a Taito cab from around about 1980, can't place the artwork though, maybe post a pic of the sideart if you can.

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    • #3
      Side art attached.

      Originally posted by kane View Post
      Looks like a Taito cab from around about 1980, can't place the artwork though, maybe post a pic of the sideart if you can.
      Hope this helps to identify the cabinet.
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      Finally going to build a Mame cabinet!

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      • #4
        Interesting cabinet dude.
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        • #5
          Aaah an old "Martian and Zappy worm" cab
          Nice art
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          • #6
            Originally posted by r-hendo View Post
            Hope this helps to identify the cabinet.
            That's some pretty nice artwork, too good for a MAME machine, .
            Could be a Universal cabinet, they all had fancy art like that.

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