TRADED Championship Sprint for Trade or Sale

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TRADED Championship Sprint for Trade or Sale

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It's gone.

I have a Championship Sprint I have been considering trading away or selling because it's a huge beast and sadly won't go down into my basement. I'd love to trade it for a Pin, but I'm open to offers. You'd be hard pressed to find another in this condition.
I'd take $1200 for the game.
I picked it up a couple years ago as a complete and total wreck and restored it to new. The cabinet and electronics are 110%. It looks and smells like a new machine.
The Good:
  • Completely redid and repaired the cabinet, all new vinyl on the front and inner front panels.
  • Sides are now white laminate so they are tough and will look great forever.
  • New player colour-matched red and blue t-molding.
  • Stripped and rebuilt the control panel, original CPO is in beautiful shape.
  • Stripped and re-painted all metal cabinet trim parts
  • Rebuild coin doors, removed all rusty bits, patched holes in doors and repainted to new.
  • Stripped and completely rebuild pedals with new bearings.
  • CPU, Video, Audio 2 boards all rebuilt with new caps and reflowed where needed.
  • Installed a reproduction metal EFI cage over CPU board
  • Cleaned stripped and restored power supply
  • New switching power supply installed.
  • New Molex adapters and trifurcon pins on wiring harness where needed.
The not so good:
The medium resolution monitor has an issue with curl even after new caps, new flyback and HOT and so on. I got a number for a guy in Toronto who can likely fix it, but I’ve held off because I was pondering selling it and didn’t want to put more money in. It’s a crazy rare monitor, so any old WG4900 just won’t do. Medium resolution displays are practically non-existent now. If you're inclined it can be fixed, if you don't care, I'd happily throw an LCD in it.

Here's my restore thread on KLOV
https://forums.arcade-museum.com/showth ... nt+restore

Here's a quicker shorter read here on MAACA
http://www.maaca.org/viewtopic.php?f=25 ... 5&p=184742

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Many thanks!

Sean
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Re: Championship Sprint for Trade or Sale

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What's your sale price?
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Sparky wrote:What's your sale price?
I'm struggling to put one on it!

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I said it once and I'll say it again; beauty work.

Tough to put a cash value on this cab but it would be tough to get much better than this. Almost NIB.

... and Championship/Super Sprint is a great game! If you're playing someone else with skillz, you'll work up a sweat!

Been diggin' my Super Sprint for 7 years and not going anywhere. Heard there *might* be a chance that the roms will be upgraded with more tracks. We'll see ...

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OTTOgd wrote:I said it once and I'll say it again; beauty work.

Tough to put a cash value on this cab but it would be tough to get much better than this. Almost NIB.

... and Championship/Super Sprint is a great game! If you're playing someone else with skillz, you'll work up a sweat!

Been diggin' my Super Sprint for 7 years and not going anywhere. Heard there *might* be a chance that the roms will be upgraded with more tracks. We'll see ...
Last time buddies were over it was war. Had to protect the button so someone didn't select speed up chopper for you. Yeah, definitely works up a sweat. Lots of activity. It's an amazing game, I just can't get it downstairs. Crazily, a Super Sprint would fit. I'd definitely trade for one of those.

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Looks aaaaaawwwweeeesssooommmmeee!

You did an excellent job on it.

If you want to get rid of it, I am near by so I help you get rid of it :mrgreen:
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Re: TRADED Championship Sprint for Trade or Sale

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shovelhed wrote:It's gone.

I have a Championship Sprint I have been considering trading away or selling because it's a huge beast and sadly won't go down into my basement. I'd love to trade it for a Pin, but I'm open to offers. You'd be hard pressed to find another in this condition.
I'd take $1200 for the game.
I picked it up a couple years ago as a complete and total wreck and restored it to new. The cabinet and electronics are 110%. It looks and smells like a new machine.
The Good:
  • Completely redid and repaired the cabinet, all new vinyl on the front and inner front panels.
  • Sides are now white laminate so they are tough and will look great forever.
  • New player colour-matched red and blue t-molding.
  • Stripped and rebuilt the control panel, original CPO is in beautiful shape.
  • Stripped and re-painted all metal cabinet trim parts
  • Rebuild coin doors, removed all rusty bits, patched holes in doors and repainted to new.
  • Stripped and completely rebuild pedals with new bearings.
  • CPU, Video, Audio 2 boards all rebuilt with new caps and reflowed where needed.
  • Installed a reproduction metal EFI cage over CPU board
  • Cleaned stripped and restored power supply
  • New switching power supply installed.
  • New Molex adapters and trifurcon pins on wiring harness where needed.
The not so good:
The medium resolution monitor has an issue with curl even after new caps, new flyback and HOT and so on. I got a number for a guy in Toronto who can likely fix it, but I’ve held off because I was pondering selling it and didn’t want to put more money in. It’s a crazy rare monitor, so any old WG4900 just won’t do. Medium resolution displays are practically non-existent now. If you're inclined it can be fixed, if you don't care, I'd happily throw an LCD in it.

Here's my restore thread on KLOV
https://forums.arcade-museum.com/showth ... nt+restore

Here's a quicker shorter read here on MAACA
http://www.maaca.org/viewtopic.php?f=25 ... 5&p=184742

Image

Image

Many thanks!

Sean
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By any chance:still for sale?
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