I've corresponded about my "Lord Sega" on the Open Forum but as I've now got "activated" I thought I'd show it here.
As the before pictures show, it was in a right state when I bought it for £50. It had been in a farmers shed for don't know how long. Cabinet received the Nitromores treatment and low and behold pristine Formica sides revealed. From the pictures which were posted for me I tried to identify the paint colours. I ended up with a Ford Red from the local car shop and "Platikote" Creme de la Creme. Some Silver and Satin Black (which I had) and Blue Hammer (£5). Tin of aluminium primer (£4).
Cleaned up all the mechanism and made a top fitting for the coin overflow tube. All the electrics were fine. Fitted a new pump washer. Then had a pile of the rusty chrome parts re-chromed. This included the coin tray. Guy couldn't polish all the pitting out of the tray itself but you hardly notice it. The Alloy front and the "Lord Sega" strip I just had polished not re-chromed. I've done this before on Jukeboxes I've restored. It's half the price of chrome on alloy and looks as good.
All the chrome and polishing was £80.
So I've got a nice looking Sega for about £145. Not bad eh!!