ken_cinder Posted March 1, 2009 Share Posted March 1, 2009 Picked these 2 machines up today, I had originally intended for Thursday but it didn't work out. Magic Worm was actually free, as I brought the previous owner a Scorpion Pinball he had bought out my way, and the vid was payment for bringing it out to him. TMNT needs art all around, and some patchwork, but otherwise works great. (Bezel is missing because I didn't put it back in yet) Think I need to take the joys and buttons out and clean all the leaf switches etc though, sticks are a bit on the stiff side and the leafs can be finicky at times.Need some bucks for this expensive art (Screened sideart alone is $190 USD), or a cheaper source, and warmer weather to come sooner! The Magic Worm really does "Need a fuse", as a 2.5A/250V on the power supply for the PCB is blown. Seller runs a tattoo shop where had had a good 10 pins and a couple vids lined on the walls, some nice machines. Had this up in the front window for awhile, I'm guessing nobody bit.Cab is really nice (And really goddamn heavy! The TMNT weighs less!), just needs some cleanup, touchup to the art and a crack under the CP repaired. Is the stuff you see in the pics of the Magic Worm for another game, anyone? I think this is a dedicated cab for this, everything on it (Coin Door, all internals, back door stamped) is Siddam parts, who is the maker of this Centipede Bootleg......but hell if I know. Now to go ice my back or something, I'm sore from the 3 hour drive each way, sitting on my ass more than anything. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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