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Author Topic: WTB: Atomiswave SD "candy" cabinet [US/CO/Fort Collins]  (Read 504 times)

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WTB: Atomiswave SD "candy" cabinet [US/CO/Fort Collins]
« on: January 26, 2019, 10:33:29 pm »
Hello fellow arcade acolytes,

I am looking to for an Atomiswave SD (Sit-Down) cabinet to purchase as my first Japanese ďcandyĒ arcade cabinet. I have found a couple in decent condition for ~$2000, but I thought I would check here as well to see if I can find one in either better condition, a better price, or that is more local. I will be willing to share information about the two that I found if you DM me, as Iím worrying that posting them publicly on here might get them sniped!

* Must be in good, working condition with pictures etc.
* Must have a monitor with no burn-in
* Mostly stock/original/standard parts. I would need to know what has been repaired/replaced, if possible. If itís an upgrade.
* Must be willing to ship if not in Colorado or share a state border with Colorado for pickup. I can even set up all the freight shipping and carrier on my end, if needed.

* New or like-new condition

Donít care/donít need (but it wonít break the deal):
* An Atomiswave motherboard and/or game included

Please help me out if you have one and are trying to get rid of it or know someone who is. I understand group freight orders from Japan are not what they used to be as far as quality, and not many people are participating these days. That said, if one comes up Iíll still be interested.

Finally: does anyone have experience with Iíve heard from one forum post that there were some major issues involved. Itís not like they take pictures of every machine and their prices seem too good to be trueÖ

Thank you for your time and I hope I can find my starting machine here!