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Author Topic: Missile Command Large Trackball Replacement  (Read 274 times)

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Missile Command Large Trackball Replacement
« on: October 13, 2022, 07:24:14 pm »
I have made a few 4.5" large trackballs Atari like replacements. I have tried to copy the original aluminum construction with modern optic PCB boards. I have a direct replacement that I use with my original Missile Command PCB. I also have a version of the same high quality for 1/2" thick panels and a different one for 3/4" panel. I really like the large trackball for feel and precision. It also allows for some interesting options, you can use candlepin bowling balls that have some interesting designs, actual stone spheres that are 4.5", Happ makes some translucent colored balls ( could light from below ).

Price is $250.00 each plus shipping, just let me know if original steel, 1/2" thick or 3/4" thick control panel. If you don't want to use my ball, you can deduct the $45.00 I paid Arcadeshop.com. If you use this option and use an unique ball, please send pictures. These ended up being way to labor intensive and expensive to make so I will start with one of each.



Please ask any questions.

Thanks Jay
« Last Edit: October 14, 2022, 07:51:33 am by slinghit »