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    Roadshow Restored

    This is the Roadshow I have just finished restoring.
    Full strip and touch-up and clear-coat playfield.
    Cabinet repaired sprayed and new decals.
    All mechanisms cleaned and repaired ass necessary
    Probably will replace DMD as it takes a little time to warm up.
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    Great work, better than new ! was there any damage to the blast zone or fish insert before the restore ? Lighter fluid eats grime off rubber / bulldozer tgts. Good to see an unmolested radio
    "Lost in the Zone"

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty View Post
    Great work, better than new ! was there any damage to the blast zone or fish insert before the restore ? Lighter fluid eats grime off rubber / bulldozer tgts. Good to see an unmolested radio
    The rear of the blast zone was damaged but I filled and airbrushed.
    The fish and Ted's hard hat were worn and missing art so I airbrushed them.
    I have never seen a new Roadshow and all of the images Iv'e seen have black lines across the Bulldozer rubber.
    If its not meant to be like that I'll have another go at cleaning them, Or I was thinking of making stickers with Diagonal stripes.
    Thanks for the tip.

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    Great photo's. Definitely better than new.

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    Looks awesome, well done

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    Awesome job Mario; I can't even tell where you've airbrushed it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ocyen View Post
    Awesome job Mario; I can't even tell where you've airbrushed it!
    Thanks Alex. That's the idea I don't want to be able to tell.

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    Beautiful job and great work.

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    wow looks really nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty View Post
    Great work, better than new ! was there any damage to the blast zone or fish insert before the restore ? Lighter fluid eats grime off rubber / bulldozer tgts. Good to see an unmolested radio
    Couldn't get the black mark off the bulldozer targets so I made some decals. I'll see how they go.
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