Let’s Go Mr Driver!
This was one of my favourite arcade games back in the day and is just as awesome as I remember it.
About The Cab
Work Done By Previous Owners
1. Outside of cab cleaned with magic erasers.
2. Scratches on side art and front art touched up with Sharpies, and a few areas of white touched up.
3. Cab internals cleaned.
4. Marquee glass cleaned. Retainer strips cleaned and chips touched up.
5. Coin door cleaned.
6. Wiring cleaned
7. Replacement US250 PSU fitted.
8. Control panel cleaned.
9. Footplate cleaned.
10. NOS high / low metal plate fitted.
11. Pedal blasted and powder coated.
12. Monitor fully serviced with cap kit and new lopt.
-The cab is fully working and plays perfectly.
-The cab is solid, well built and in excellent condition overall.
-The monitor was fully serviced a few years ago and has a great picture with no visible burn.
-The flashing pursuit lights work correctly.
-Overall the artwork is very nice. The left hand side art is near perfect. The control panel overlay, marquee and bezel are in excellent condition.
-The steering is perfect and stops like it should. A common fault on these is the steering wheel spinning endlessly.
-The wheel is in excellent condition and has the original Taito emblem.
-The cab has the original Taito shifter with turbo button.
-The foot plate matting is original and in great condition for its age.
-The cab is nice and clean inside.
-It came with original locks and key.
The Not So Good
-The right hand side art has some wear and marks around the T-moulding.
-There is some small damage to the art on the front of the cab between the pedal and the coin box door.
-There is one small break in the top white vinyl below the marquee on the right.
-The bezel glass has one tiny indent.
I’m really pleased to have these two together at long last!