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Thread: Holy grail arrives - Chicago Coin Twin Rifle EM gun game 1971

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank_fjs View Post
    We have to see a video of this in action, now! I don't want to wait, post one now.

    I've never played such a game and would love to see it running.
    Would love to be able to post a YouTube vid now but the game is now in parts, the rebuild/restore has begun.

    All other games in the shed are on hold until this is complete.

    I'm hanging to play it but it will take at least 3 or 4 weeks to get it playing sweet
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    Quote Originally Posted by illawarra_steelers View Post
    Holy crap!
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    Nice one Tony. There is a lighting shop up my way where I purchased some blacklight tubes. I think they were about $15 each. Let me know if you need the sound card and amp board repaired at all.
    Always interested in buying Sega EM (1966-1976) arcade games, parts & paperwork

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    Quote Originally Posted by RocK-Ozla View Post
    WTF.. 3 to 4 weeks to get it working ..
    That is a full tear down and full rebuild to work like it did in 1971

    Have been doing EMs as a hobby since 1977
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    This looks *very* interesting - keep us updated with the progress
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    Nice one Tony,those gun games are great.

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    There's something so cool about EM games like that.
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    You could still find these in the travelling amusement tents that setup shop at places like the Royal Easter Show in Sydney into the early 80's. It is a shame that op's ditched them when spacies and the like came out. We would often play the EM shooters and the black and white vids because some were still set at 10c per play (believe it or not you youngsters, there was a time when 20c was hard to come by).

    Looks like it is in truely amazing condition for it age. Looking forward to having a game or 20 next meet

    Simon, good on you for passing tis on. The would not be a more suitable owner anywhere. You are definately right, what goes around, comes around.

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