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    Finished Paragon today.
    Repainted the cabinet using stencils from Pinball Pal.
    I have used a differnet type of stencil before, to paint Mata Hari,these were a thinner vinyl and were a pain in the ass to use.
    The Pinball Pal ones were nice and thick and easy to remove to realign and didn't fold over and stick to itself and are most likely reusable.
    Was very happy with how it turned out and gave it a quick clear coat to protect it.

    Also removed the old brown crap mylar which was on it.The playfield is alright but right on the verge of coming apart in some areas,so i put down some touch ups were i could and then put some new mylar over it.
    The colour is heaps better then before,you can finally see the whites.
    Had new plastics already and bumper caps.
    Put in new drop targets and a new door skin.
    Always happy when it goes back together and plays,even without all those screws i got left over...

    Here is a link to some pic's of the finished machine.......http://s998.photobucket.com/albums/a...lldom/Paragon/
    Really sorry there are no "before" pic's as i put them onto a disk and now i cant load the f#%king things,grrrrrr,made rebuild a bit tricky in parts.

    Cheers
    Chris
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    Spooky Pinball Australia

    Newcastle the Home of Pinball

  • #2
    That looks really clean Chris, has come up well. Paragon has awesome artwork.
    What kind of paint did you use on the cabinet?
    Cheers
    Dave

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    • #3
      Really nice job. Gotta be stoked with that!

      Where did you get the door skin?. Last time i looked they were like $70US plus shipping from the States or something.

      Also the coin reject button. Is that new?.

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      • #4
        Well done, that is very nice. Those side rails look great on it.

        One of my favorite games, only wish I owned one
        WANTED

        Another Holiday
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        • #5
          Originally posted by deadlydave View Post
          That looks really clean Chris, has come up well. Paragon has awesome artwork.
          What kind of paint did you use on the cabinet?
          Cheers
          Dave
          thanks Dave,paint was an Interior semi-gloss,nectarine in colour same as i used on Mata Hari.

          Originally posted by rod71 View Post
          Really nice job. Gotta be stoked with that!

          Where did you get the door skin?. Last time i looked they were like $70US plus shipping from the States or something.

          Also the coin reject button. Is that new?.
          Yeah those skins aint cheap but when shipping a full order save's cost.

          reject button just got the wet/dry in the drill process.

          Originally posted by humpalot View Post
          Well done, that is very nice. Those side rails look great on it.
          Those holeless rails from Jeff look amazing.

          chris
          Last edited by slevbro; 22nd August 2010, 11:06 AM. Reason: Auto Merged Double Post.
          Spooky Pinball Australia

          Newcastle the Home of Pinball

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          • #6
            bewdiful
            We're the renegades of funk

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            • #7
              fkin A chris!
              REALLY nice work
              only introduced to jeffs rails yesterday and they are amazing

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              • #8
                It's come up a million dollars , looks fantastic and can't wait to play a few games on it.

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                • #9
                  Well done guy's, another quality job from the "house of Slevebro"
                  http://www.aussiearcade.com.au/forum.../138-RAIL-WAYS

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                  • #10
                    That look's sick. Drool!!
                    "He who laughs when things go wrong ... has just thought of someone they can blame it on!"

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                    • #11
                      Fantastic work as always Chris . Look forward to checking it out in person sometime .

                      Cheers,

                      Scott.

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                      • #12
                        Be proud of that one Chris

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