Virtual Pinball Restoration

This is the restoration of my first Virtual Pinball. The system was already installed and running, I only dealt with the aesthetic part and organizing some wiring. This system runs Future Pinball, Visual Pinball, PinballFX and PinballFX2. This project was done in a cabinet of a Pinball 2000, perhaps a Revenge from Mars or Star Wars,  but I don’t have the detail of the history of this cabinet.

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I did the same treatment that I normally do in other cabinets, leaving it ready to apply the new decals. This horrendous cabinet certainly deserved a good restoration 😀

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These are some decals that I designed specifically for this machine

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After the assembly of some more new decals and components, the look is much more interesting

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I chose to put a new t-molding in chrome, some iluminated flipper buttons and a blue LED mod under the cabinet.

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This is a machine that works with a coin door with a  timer. I replaced the timer position at the door for a more visible position in the glass next to lockbar.

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I’ve also put a beautiful fan illuminated in blue on the rear of the cabinet to make the PC system’s ventilation.

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Take a look at this simple video I’ve made. I hope you enjoy it!

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