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 Posted: Sat Dec 2nd, 2017 01:49 am
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Dustin Meyer
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In the process of restoring (6) coin ops and asked Donald Coleman to refurbish and or remake the plates and tags. Not a great photo but the work is absolutely outstanding. I strongly recommend Donald for any badges, tags, or switch plates you need redone. :up::up::up:









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 Posted: Sat Dec 2nd, 2017 11:30 am
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Lane Shirey
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He's the master!!

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 Posted: Sat Dec 2nd, 2017 01:24 pm
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I have to agree. Donald's work is the best. I was looking at the tags and it looks like you're doing a couple of three speed coin ops. I don't see the three speed side info plates. They say Vincennes on them and have a different appearance......One speed side plates read Memphis....

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 Posted: Sat Dec 2nd, 2017 02:36 pm
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Dustin Meyer
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Kim they were there. They were missing when I got the fans so I had Donald make two reproductions.

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Look at the info plate I pictured. It is for the three speed fan and is completely different from the one speed plate. The one speeds have corresponding numbers on the handle, side plate, and switch plate. The three speeds have four tags......

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 Posted: Sat Dec 2nd, 2017 06:27 pm
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Dustin Meyer
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Here are the two groupings I am working with.



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Kim Frank
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Here are a one speed and three speed side by side.....

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Dustin Meyer
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Kim here is a 3 speed currently in the gallery. The head wire is routed the opposite of yours. Which one is the correct method?



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Kim Frank
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I run it over the coin slot......

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Donald is the man,he is awesome

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