Las Vegas bandit

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Re: Las Vegas bandit

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The Old Dog and Anvil - we always end up there eventually.
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Re: Las Vegas bandit

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I believe it's your round Mr P.

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Re: Las Vegas bandit

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I just found an old piece of aluminium at my work and remembered my machine needed the window surround. It’s a bit rough yet but looks much better for the moment till I will find an original.
Lately there were not so many posts over here, so I think I need to contribute.
Greetings.
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Re: Las Vegas bandit

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Yes very good Dutchboy, I would not have know.

Yes very quiet on the site and have laid low myself for a while. I have been busy though and restored two Aristocrats and now working on a pile of Beromat type machines I took apart years ago and trying to piece together.....
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Also been finally learning Paint Shop Pro after buying a few years back and finding it too complicated.....think I have now worked out enough to do some artwork myself at last...
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Maybe everyone else is busy on machines or just can’t be bothered anymore..
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Re: Las Vegas bandit

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Very nice done on the strips treefrog. I have to say I don’t even have a desktop these days.
So I am not the only one who takes a machine apart and leave it for a very long time :D . I only have to paint my Mills open front and make two coin tubes. Maybe in spring the time will be right.
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Re: Las Vegas bandit

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Very nice job on the reel strip. 👍
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Re: Las Vegas bandit

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dutchboy wrote: Sun Feb 16, 2020 5:20 pm I just found an old piece of aluminium at my work and remembered my machine needed the window surround. It’s a bit rough yet but looks much better for the moment till I will find an original.
Lately there were not so many posts over here, so I think I need to contribute.
Greetings.
Your machine looks very much like a "Mad Money" by Sega. Most of them were red and black. The top box is missing. Good luck with your restoration.
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Re: Las Vegas bandit

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I think the machine is a clone not a Sega so the "las Vegas" logo is most likley original
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badpenny wrote: Sat Aug 25, 2018 3:51 pm Your photo is of the dog and anvil.

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Is the dog piece upside down? Either it is or mine is! I thought the longest part was at the bottom.
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Re: Las Vegas bandit

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The photo is on end, it needs turning 90° clockwise.

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