or get an artist friend to digitize/vectorize (sp?) that knowing the dimensions of the game cabinet - which you have handy.
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From Daniel Lejnieks@Dlej@comcast.net to rec.games.pinball on Thursday, December 16, 2021 08:59:14
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This is a three color cabinet - if you sand down you might be able to find enough of the original pattern to make stencils for each color. It is labor intensive but I did it on a Heat Wave and it looked way better than the dirty sticky latex that someone had slopped on.
On Friday, November 26, 2021 at 7:24:46 AM UTC-8, Eddie Joseph wrote:
The man I have used before requires a scan of the original apttern. My cabinet was stripped and repainted white. Can't find any local samples.