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  • Allied Industries Perth Australia - Tekken 3 Jamma Help needed

    Hello people, new user here,

    I recently purchased an older machine, pedistal style and wondered if anyone had an knowledge on what it is in terms of history etc.

    The machine is an Leisure and Allied Industries (Timezone in Australia) machine. Pedistal style and I cannot seem to see any info at all. I assume it is a generic pedistal unit with Tekken 3 Jamma mounted. I have attached some images to see if anyone here recognises this. Apolgies for the weird angles, machine is massive and barely fits in garage. Had to remove the marquee to stand it up. The pedistal is Rectangular which I have not seen. Assume it is 1996 or so.

    Jamma Tekken 3 hooked up. 46 Inch screen? Two side speakers under grills. Subwoofer in centre. Coin mech with 463,000 plays or so. 2 Player with 4 buttons. 4 Player coin mech and leads to control deck for 4 players, but only 2 hooked up. Tekken 3 Manual and LAI cabinet manual thats disintegrating Plugged her in and it works. I will need to replace CRT. I was going to do vinals for the Marquee and top of control deck. Will most likley paint it black and brand it with NAMCO logos. Pretty good condition considering the age of the beast.

    Any help would be much appreciated. Ideas on how it should look? The Jamma board seems to have NAMCO Tekken 3 mounted onto it. Not a professional here, just not sure what I got myself into I picked this baby up at an auction and they dropped it off in a semi it is so big and heavy.


    thanks.

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  • #2
    These are still sited local from memory down south of perth
    op has ditched the screens due to weight and finding replacements for 32 inch lcds and converters
    you can always expect change in life..except from vending machines

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    • #3
      Its a LAI Cabinet 38

      I have a empty one i picked up locally from another member on here, it had the screen and chassis but i haven't had a chance to look at it yet.

      If you are replacing the screen with a LED/LCD monitor/tv then a 40" will fit with a small section of MDF taken out of the side pieces (inside where the speakers sit) I'm currently doing this so i can wire up a raspberry pi 4, looks decent enough in 4:3 aspect ration with a CRT shader enabled the plastic bezel hides the sides quite well

      If you want the manual let me know and i can scan it for you.

      Huge machines though, my misses wasn't too happy when it got dropped off haha

      Still need to find the marquee in Perth for mine at some point

      Cheers,

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      • #4
        That is a beauty!
        Wanted - Neo Geo AES games (PM me Please)
        Wanted - CPS2 game boards (PM me Please)

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        • #5
          Thanks for that JRhys, good to know. Think an LCD would be easier to source for sure and less likely to kill me.

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