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Restored Atomiswave Candy Cab. Of all the cabinets I've restored over the years, this one is the closest I've come to factory new. The cabinet was flawless except for the usual scratches and wear. Plastic shroud was near perfect but yellowed. The only thing was the translite was broken and had to be glued together. But I did a pretty dam good job unless your inches away it's convincing. I did actually source one but the price was $1500 which i couldn't justify. Side note: Sammy used the same cabinet as the Egrett II, however instead of spot welds like on the Egrett, these have rivets. No idea why, other than that they are identical. (see the rivets in the pics, weird huh?)

a) Cabinet sand blasted and powder coated with exact color and sheen.
b) Correct color matching repro artwork and control panel.
c) Monitor was recapped by Sharp Image Repair
d) New Sanwa sticks and buttons
e) All plastics were professionally painted and clear coated by automotive body shop.
I will foam wrap, blanket wrap and cardboard shell for shipping. I love these games and want them to arrive safely.

The game will come with the Metal Slug 6 cartridge and a back-up monitor chassis, however something is blown on the neck board and will need to be repaired.

** To clear up some confusion, your not limited to just playing Atomiswave games via the carts, this is jamma based and you can simply unplug the harness from the motherboard and plug in any jamma based game same as any other candy cab. Hope that clears things up.

* I extended the coin door wires up to player 2 number 6 button. Got tired of opening the door to credit up. If buyer wants I can simply undo and re attach to coin mech, take 5 minutes.

Listing update* My bad, it's been a few years since I've done anything but play them. It was pointed out that this is not the original monitor. It originally came with a Wei-Ya C3129, 29 in. What is in there now is a Toshiba Tube A68KTB189X, Chassis PB9929.

$4500
 

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Whoops Ii for got it also comes wit the plexi marquee that goes on top.
 

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Minor nit, but the AWSD is actually a rebrand of the Egret 3, not the 2.

Looks super clean! I have a not-cracked translite/illumination panel somewhere, so if the buyer wants a clean one, let me know. ;)

GLWS!
 
Price adjust bump for not having original monitor.....sorry my bad.
 
Minor nit, but the AWSD is actually a rebrand of the Egret 3, not the 2.

Looks super clean! I have a not-cracked translite/illumination panel somewhere, so if the buyer wants a clean one, let me know. ;)

GLWS!
will send you a message
 
100%

The wei ya has nothing on the toshiba imo

I recently did this swap on my atomiswave and it's the best thing I did for it.
The Weiya isnt HORRIBLE tho but it can be a bastard to keep maintained and in a direct comparison the toshiba is going to always beat that.
I run/ran one with a Wei like this one its not a bad picture at all imo

GLWS
 
It's absolutely a win, dealing with a Wei-Ya is not for the faint of heart and definitely not for beginners. Having a Toshiba in there (even if it isn't a PF) is still a win, don't let PM monsters tell you different. :thumbup:
 
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