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2.0 Marvel vs CAPCOM: Clash of Super Heroes for Taito Vewlix Candy Cab

Taito Vewlix Dust Cover / Sneeze Shield:

Project Justice for Taito Vewlix Candy Cab:

Koihime Enbu 恋姫演武 for Taito Vewlix Candy Cab:

Armed Police Batrider for Taito Vewlix Candy Cab:

Pinball Repair and Help / EM Help/Repair Advice
« Last post by UncleMoki on September 01, 2018, 06:57:09 am »
Looking for some advice from the pinball community - I sent my 1974 Bally's EM to a really great repair guy about an hour away from my home.  He was great to work with, did nice work, house calls, great advice, great prices ... can't say enough about the guy.  He and I were having a hard time coordinating a date/time to pick-up my finished machine because of some sudden family emergencies on my part and sounded like some possible issues going on on his side too (his website had suddenly gone down, his phone numbers were suddenly out of service, etc).  I was worried at first but he was communicating fine via email and seemed genuinely interested in helping me get my machine back.  Then suddenly, he goes dark ... no responses to email or FB posts, no way to reach him ... I fear my old EM is gone.  I have zero animosity towards this guy, I really like him and his work ... but I'd really like to have my machine back as it was a present my family had purchased years before for my folks and my folks had recently passed (that was the family emergency I mentioned earlier).  Anyhow, I imagine that there is some way I could pursue this legally but that sounds messy and not really worth it monetarily.  I really just wish I could just find out what happened to that machine and see if I could get it back (hope it's not just sitting in some empty shop or something waiting to be claimed ... or worse, in the hands of someone who doesn't appreciate how amazing those EMs are) ... and out of curiosity, I'd like to find out what happened to that guy.  Any thoughts/advice from the pinball community?  I don't want to mention any names out of respect for the forum rules but any advice would be appreciated. 

BTW - The 2018 CalExtreme Event really sparked a new interest in pinball in my house ... which is amazing to me since they are 13 (girl) and 10 (boy) and only seem interested in smart phones.  To see them genuinely excited and having fun playing a classic pinball game  (almost like they were addicted to them) was AWESOME!
General Show Information / Re: 2016 Cax Tshirts!!!
« Last post by revlib24 on August 29, 2018, 06:32:25 am »
This looks really. I can't help but take a glance at it every now and then.
General Show Information / Re: 2016 Cax Tshirts!!!
« Last post by revlib24 on August 23, 2018, 09:43:41 pm »
Yes. The design is great and very nice!
UNDER NIGHT IN-BIRTH Exe:Late for Taito Vewlix Candy Cab:

Guilty Gear xrd Rev 2 for Taito Vewlix Candy Cab:​

General Show Information / Re: 2018 Speaker Schedule
« Last post by Ken Chaney on July 27, 2018, 12:27:25 pm »
New addition

Galactic Battleground
Kelly Pangburn

Galactic Battleground is breaking into the arcade scene and turning many heads along the way. A new game coming from a small shop in Minneapolis, Galactic Battleground is a 2 player or 4 player retro style space shooter that puts a new PvP twist on the classic arcade formula. Join Kelly Pangburn as he shares the story of what started as an idea by him and his son and see how it has grown into a team called Slackerz Inc. Kelly will be sharing why they decided to go all-in on developing new arcade games and what what he sees for the future of Galactic Battleground.
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