Also converted my ex-Bosconian cabinet from Krazy Bowl to Capcom Bowling with some parts provided by another local collector. Pretty much the same game play but orders of magnitude less obnoxious.
Took some baby steps towards making it look nicer too…
On the recommendation of one of the local collectors’ mailing lists I tried Motsenbocker’s Instant Latex Based Paint Remover.
It did a decent job… Still took a lot of brute force to get the stuff off, but it loosened the paint and left what was underneath intact. I ended up giving up on doing it by hand by the end and putting some scotch brite on a palm sander.
I think I’ll use this stuff to get the paint up off the side art on another cab, but not for a whole side again. I’ve got a jug of 3M Safest Stripper waiting for the other side of the Bosconian, so we’ll see how it compares soon.
Also finished conversion of the gutted Gun Fight cabinet I picked up a while back and delivered it to its new owner.
It has a handful of imperfections I’m not happy with, but they’re things only I would notice.
The custom monitor surround in progress… It turned out looking incredible.
It was a lot of work though. I pressed my Mario Bros. into service as an impromptu brake for the mat board I used to create it.
Spent a couple days at the office under strenuous quality control testing.