-Capcom “big blue” arcade cab (pretty sure it’s original, it’s got a silvery capcom sticker above the back panel
-all wiring is in tact, JAMMA w/ cps1 kick harness
-I believe the marquee is original, it was there when I got it, but I can’t be 100% that it’s not a repro
-repro bezel artwork
-repro side art
-brand new happ buttons and cherry switches just installed for original red/white/blue color scheme (video still shows old buttons)
-SFII CE board I believe is a gray market. You can see in the vid I post below, the opening screen says it’s made in taiwan or something, and the main screen says " Hung Hsi" at the bottom. However, it is not one of the rainbow or other wacky versions though, as far as I can tell it plays exactly like normal CE.
The real issue is the monitor. it’s got some issues like the reds are usually dropped out which makes anything red look very dark. Sometimes the character sprites (or part of them) show this weird color variation (almost like some inversion?) which doesn’t show up as well in the vid, but you can kind of see it on geif. When it first starts up it’s even darker, but once it’s been on for a while most of the colors look fine except the reds issue and the blinking.
UPDATE: I’ve identified part of the monitor trouble. I’ve fixed it so all the colors now show, however the fix is just a hack it doesn’t solve the root of the problem. The problem appears to be a loose connection where the jamma connector meets the monitor chassis. It may be a bad solder joint or something- but I’m not really comfortable messing with monitor stuff as I have no experience with that and dont’ want to mess it up. For right now I’ve just mounted the cord down so it doesn’t jiggle around or anything, and that seems to have solved the color problem. See the video bellow to tell the difference between now and the old vid. The issue with the blinking color variation still comes and goes though. If you’d like a picture of the area with the problem/fix let me know.
Video after figuring out monitor issue and making short term fix:
I live about 20 min outside of the Seattle, WA area. Local pickup would be preferred, but if anyone is looking to have it shipped, they’d have to pay for and arrange everything with shipping company themselves. I’m not looking to load or drive the cab anywhere- just have it picked up right out of my garage. Selling as-is, the videos should show pretty clearly that it works and the extent of the monitor issues. If you’re worried about any damage in transit, you’ll have to get shipping insurance yourself to guard against that. Price is obo, but these terms are non-negotiable
Asking $375 obo.