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Toobin marquee question

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Anonymous
July 21, 2005 9:44:22 PM

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I have a toobin UR where the marquee is sandwiched between two pieces of
plexi. It appears to be a quality piece of film and I will assume Atari did
this due to the size of the marquee and printing costs. Anyone have a
toobin with a screen printed marqee?

Chris M
Chicago, IL
Anonymous
July 21, 2005 9:44:23 PM

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My marquee setup is the same way - plain flat plexi on the outside, the
translite marquee with the artwork and cutouts and finally the inner
plexi. I thought it was done this way to add to the waterfall effect.
The inner plexi should be textured - kinda like a glass shower door -
and adds some glimmer/shimmer/etc to the waterfall cascade effect
through the cutouts in the Toobin' translite....????

Steve P.
Looking for a nice Toobin' cabinet in Western PA.
Anonymous
July 22, 2005 1:24:19 AM

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Thanks for the reply Steve. My inner plexi is smooth. The Op may have
trashed the textured piece when he tossed the old WF assembly. There have
been a lot of Toobin's on eBay lately and a few parted out units. Game
doesn't seem to be in high demand. Too bad as it's a fun game, especially
for two people.

Chris M
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> My marquee setup is the same way - plain flat plexi on the outside, the
> translite marquee with the artwork and cutouts and finally the inner
> plexi. I thought it was done this way to add to the waterfall effect.
> The inner plexi should be textured - kinda like a glass shower door -
> and adds some glimmer/shimmer/etc to the waterfall cascade effect
> through the cutouts in the Toobin' translite....????
>
> Steve P.
> Looking for a nice Toobin' cabinet in Western PA.
>
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