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Old 12-17-2014, 07:56 AM
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Hi Steve,

Thanks! for the update.

The 6 tubes in a crate are most certainly Mike Molnar's. He had a special wooden crate built with a snug compartment for each 15GP22.

From memory, as i saw it at RACS, it was painted black and may have castor wheels.

The 4 other CRTs are 2x Folsom jr/Galanter and 2x Kubbe.

By "broken face" do you mean that the CRT faceplate bowl has separated from the Anode ring? - is the phosphor plate broken?

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Old 01-02-2015, 03:33 PM
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I notice that there are people who collect classic coin op arcade games... I wonder if you'll get alot of those guys wanting the CRTs rebuilt.. They made alot of vertical type of CRTs especially in the early 80s types of games, that are hard to find to replace... That will be interesting if you all would be able to rebuild these CRTs too..
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