Ok, So finally I decided to take the time to post some pictures, I guess they are quite similiar to pictures from previous pickups from this warehouse.
Most of the games we already bought before but as always we tend to pick-up some loose stuff.
This time I found a japanese SI II coctail table hidden behind and under lots of stuff... funny that you the third time to the same place still find new things
Anyways, here goes the pictures.
Kralleman and Rogerxy came to my town the night before the trip, we started early on the Saturday, Kralleman fixing the bacon so we get the energy we need.
Roger Is ready by my car that will take us 2km to krallemans borrowed car..
Im quite ready aswell
Cold morning with ice on the windshield, no problem with Ice-Remover. We hooked up the rented trailer the night before so we could leave instantly, this was the first time Kralleman drove with a trailer... to us it seemed like he was born to do it so he did all the driving.
Our friend Magnus came with us this time again cause he had a few items to pick up aswell
So, no pictures from the trip itself, lets go straight to the pictures, we start with a few shots of things that are more or less left to rot outside.
Maybe there is som hidden gems in this old well.... Magnus was not able to open it though, maybe bring a crowbar next time.
Look dad im a farmer
Ok, lets go inside, the first pictures is mostly jukebox parts I think, but I think you guys get a better grip of what order we are dealing with when you see these shelfes.
Something Atari on top
Glass and plastics
Loot and more loot
Nice blue monkey PCB
We dont know what we are looking for but we sure will find it somewhere in this building
My empty Phoenix coctail, got a 14" monitor that stood next to it, probablly not working.
Scenery, alot of jukeboxes. I got the Bootleg Rygar in a cabaret cabinet, anyone seen this type of cabinet before? Or knwo who made it??
Radios and control panels, mostly hacked or stripped.
Kralleman inspecting the Challenger cabinet and see that the original CPO is underneath
This tyoe of joystick is on alot of the cabinets, must have been the operators favorite
The lineup pf Chicago Coin Pong clones, the nicest is already sold, note that one has joysticks
The controlpanels again, Roger is trying to find anything useful
I found a couple of monitors laying around, bought one
How the hell did you get out Magnus wondered
We did not buy this SI Deluxe, unknown condition but complete, he wanted around 700€ for it
We got a Xybots converted to NeoGeo! In the background you can see a Star Castle we got )we got one last time to)
Here is the "Rygar" cabaret
Theese Trak-10 is highly priced for some reason, we already have two so we passed on them
I dont like the looks of this type of cabinet
He has both LE and LEII
Midway Submarine ans Sega Rad mobile
Defender and a Morris Mini
Lets try to get Magnus heavy bastard of a game out
Ergonomic way to haul it out from a narrow space
Nice condition anyways. One broken gun but he had one extra
Roger got a free spare monitor for the Road Runner he picked up last time!
I found this and placed my gloves on it to call dibs. Sadly missing PCB
This is the Phoenix on the way out
Ninja-Magnus and Kralleman carries Magnus other buy...
Vintage bubblegum, my favorite
3 guys to open one door!
This is not a minty Galaxian coctail, we did buy it though... need alittle more than a capkit
Who lived in this cabinet??
The award for filthiest coinmech goes to......this galaxian coctail
Back to PCB-looting, we actually found some spare older ones that might come handy, a couple of TANK pcb:s, paddle battle, Trak-10 and so on... and some bootlegs like Bubble bobble, Bombjack, Pacman
atari powerbricks where 100€ a pop so we stayed away.
The right way to keep PCB:s safe
Might post a few more pictures later