|Cab at the Op's.|
It was also nice to bee greeted to some paperwork and a service manual in the back of the cab.
|Paperwork in the back of the cab.|
Next up was plugging the monitor power back in, I was expecting to this not to work as I discovered this sign attached to the monitor board.
|Dead or Alive?|
Next up was plugging the game boar back in... I turned the cab on and shat myself as it gave a few loud audio beeps which made me jump! After 30 seconds or so I went round the front of the cab to see this...
The picture on the monitor need some adjustment as to focus looks soft and the image is washed out, but overall this seems to be a solid cab, The game is just a bit poor...
I'm also very interested to see the sticker below attached to the cab. Made by SEGA? Quite fitting as I do intend to turn this into a multi driver SEGA cab. Once my other project are up and running. Cheers to Oll for organising the raid!
|Made by Sega? Interesting.|
To slightly update this post, it seems this cab is the same what Sega used for Scud Race cabs as can be seen in the below photo. It has different pedals and dash but other than the it looks the same profile to me.
The manual for the Cruis'n cab also has the seat (shown on the Scud Race) as an option. I'd really like to find one of those as the pedals do sit quite high.