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  1. I'll take it please. Massive TMNT fan. Where are you located? PM sent
  2. Bump. Open to offers. Can bring to the Pat's arcade and pinball meet on Saturday. H channel and wide bod lock bar sold.
  3. Bump. Open to offers. Happy to separate headbox and coin door decals if required. Can bring to the Pat's arcade and pinball meet on Saturday.
  4. That's a bummer. Sounds like the clear hasn't stuck to the base playfield. Just cleaning isn't enough. Before any clear is applied the base needs to be roughed up a bit to give the clear something to anchor to. With WPC diamond plate playfields you sand the original clear and then clear coat. With older playfields that have little or no clear I think I read somewhere you can use magic eraser to rough up the surface a bit without impacting paint too much before clearing. Unfortunately I think you are going to have to sand back the clear and try again. Good luck.
  5. I'd recommend reading through this guide on Pinside. It'll tell you pretty much everything you will ever need to know. https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/vids-guide-to-ultimate-playfield-restorationhttps://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/vids-guide-to-ultimate-playfield-restoration
  6. If it is your first attempt I'd block sand and take your time. Depending on how thick the clear is and how long it has cured for is it's pretty easy to go too far quickly with a sander even with high grade paper. Wet and dry 600 (if surface is quite uneven) or 800 (if surface is pretty good) with a mist of water from a spray bottle is generally my starting point. The aim is to get the clear flat prior to touch ups. That'll make the final clear coats a piece of cake.
  7. Terminator 2 (T2) headbox and front cabinet decals $70 + $15 postage MR Pinball decals Pick up Coomera on the Gold Coast
  8. Used Bally coin door skin in pretty good condition. One small dent around then the size of a 10c. Hard to get a good photo. $40 Black painted lock down bar: $25 Wide body lock down bar. Receiver needs re-welding and some letter scratched into it which should sand out. Good candidate for powder coating. $20 Less than $15. Would probably need to put in a tube. Happy to refund difference is less.
  9. Medieval Madness pop bumper skirt and cap set new $10 3 sets of rubber pinball feet used $15 Party zone slingshot protector plastics 2 pieces new $10 H channel WPC chrome look only used for a few weeks and in as new condition $15 WPC 95 speaker panel new $75 Multiple DMDs all in good condition, bright colours and no lines out. Can send photos to interested buyers. $125 each More stuff to be listed over next few days. Pick up Coomera on the northern Gold Coast or postage at buyers expense
  10. Oops, I've just realised that's its my sons birthday on this day so I won't be able to make it. Have fun guys.
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