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Anonymous
June 17, 2005 2:00:23 PM

Archived from groups: rec.games.video.arcade.marketplace (More info?)

The first $175 takes it all and add $25 if you want it shipped.
Frogger pcb board (working when removed), 10 replacement coin door
locks, 1 working replacement Nintendo coin acceptor, 1 SuperPacman
control panel striped and painted black (un-populated), 2 working
switching power supplys, 5 new Atari replacement power cords, box of 25
new FS-2 lamp starters, 20 ft of 3/4" smooth red t-moulding, 1 g07
horizontal width coil, 1 Best of Startech Journal series, Viedo Game
Monitor Repair and Maintenance 1979-1989, 16 replacement legs with nuts
(4 full game replacements), 2 sets torx security bits, 3 new short
atari red led lighhts with switches, Bill Roberts pushbutton wrench and
pin extractor, Centipede trackball set of rollers, 2 TDA-2002 (amps ?),
set of Millipede roms removed to make Multipede, 3 bags of cbo cap
kits, 1 bag Matsushita TM-202 cap kit, 1 Atari A/RII-02 cap kit, 10
short fuses and 10 long fuses with legs for soldering onto chassis
boards..thats all. The cap kits look complete but some caps could have
been removed for repairs. Located in Birmingham Al.

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Anonymous
June 18, 2005 4:35:23 AM

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Interested in the Frogger board if you decide to split the lot.
LMK
Rick

<bigwatson@aol.com> wrote in message
news:1119027623.283894.124030@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
> The first $175 takes it all and add $25 if you want it shipped.
> Frogger pcb board (working when removed), 10 replacement coin door
> locks, 1 working replacement Nintendo coin acceptor, 1 SuperPacman
> control panel striped and painted black (un-populated), 2 working
> switching power supplys, 5 new Atari replacement power cords, box of 25
> new FS-2 lamp starters, 20 ft of 3/4" smooth red t-moulding, 1 g07
> horizontal width coil, 1 Best of Startech Journal series, Viedo Game
> Monitor Repair and Maintenance 1979-1989, 16 replacement legs with nuts
> (4 full game replacements), 2 sets torx security bits, 3 new short
> atari red led lighhts with switches, Bill Roberts pushbutton wrench and
> pin extractor, Centipede trackball set of rollers, 2 TDA-2002 (amps ?),
> set of Millipede roms removed to make Multipede, 3 bags of cbo cap
> kits, 1 bag Matsushita TM-202 cap kit, 1 Atari A/RII-02 cap kit, 10
> short fuses and 10 long fuses with legs for soldering onto chassis
> boards..thats all. The cap kits look complete but some caps could have
> been removed for repairs. Located in Birmingham Al.
>
Anonymous
June 20, 2005 11:41:09 AM

Archived from groups: rec.games.video.arcade.marketplace (More info?)

Sold, thanks for all the interest. Will be including several extras
also.

Pepelepew wrote:
> Interested in the Frogger board if you decide to split the lot.
> LMK
> Rick
>
> <bigwatson@aol.com> wrote in message
> news:1119027623.283894.124030@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
> > The first $175 takes it all and add $25 if you want it shipped.
> > Frogger pcb board (working when removed), 10 replacement coin door
> > locks, 1 working replacement Nintendo coin acceptor, 1 SuperPacman
> > control panel striped and painted black (un-populated), 2 working
> > switching power supplys, 5 new Atari replacement power cords, box of 25
> > new FS-2 lamp starters, 20 ft of 3/4" smooth red t-moulding, 1 g07
> > horizontal width coil, 1 Best of Startech Journal series, Viedo Game
> > Monitor Repair and Maintenance 1979-1989, 16 replacement legs with nuts
> > (4 full game replacements), 2 sets torx security bits, 3 new short
> > atari red led lighhts with switches, Bill Roberts pushbutton wrench and
> > pin extractor, Centipede trackball set of rollers, 2 TDA-2002 (amps ?),
> > set of Millipede roms removed to make Multipede, 3 bags of cbo cap
> > kits, 1 bag Matsushita TM-202 cap kit, 1 Atari A/RII-02 cap kit, 10
> > short fuses and 10 long fuses with legs for soldering onto chassis
> > boards..thats all. The cap kits look complete but some caps could have
> > been removed for repairs. Located in Birmingham Al.
> >
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