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This machine was SOLD in 2007. However this page remains unchanged, to show how it was originally offered for sale.
Below are pictures taken from every angle. If you are on a dial-up
connection they will take a while to load. This R360 is in excellent condition, complete, operational and fully
restored. See my website at
for details on my other R360's. I created a "Terms Of Sale" document to answer most of the questions that a buyer
might have. You can view this Microsoft WORD document HERE.
It has relevant information including power requirements needed and some suggestions for shipping.
Here are a few pictures of the game overall. It's in excellent condition, not abused and has always been kept inside. The big "R360" logo on the back side of the cockpit is backlit by a circular fluorescent lamp. There are also three halogen spot lights mounted around the base that shine up at the cockpit and orange lights that flash around the cockpit's outer diameter. These lights along with the red fluorescent lamps in the base add a dramatic effect and visual attraction to the game.
Three pictures of the Attendant's tower. I was told by Sega that they always removed the coin gear as these games entered the USA because it should never be operated unattended.
A few pictures of the monitor. There is no burn-in, the image is clear and bright. I removed the monitor and cleaned it's chassis PCB. No signs of heat stress or component damage. The last picture shows the cockpit with the monitor removed.
An access cover panel (before and after). I replaced the broken cover panel with a brand new piece.
A view of the cockpit electronics. This is covered by an access panel and is not visible. All components and electrical connections are clean and tight.
This is the "Slipring" assembly. There are two of these units in the game. One at the top of the Attendant's tower and one in the cockpit. Together, they bring all the electrical signals into and out of the cockpit while allowing it to spin 360 degrees in every direction. Both assemblies were dismantled, cleaned, adjusted, reassembled and lubricated with a thin coating of conductive grease on the electrical contacts.
The remaining pictures are all part of the "Restraining System" (that keeps the player locked in nice and tight during game play). There is a picture of the seat and shoulder pads (before and after). The seat was reupholstered with the original colored fabric. The shoulder pads were purchased new from Sega. Also shown is the seat belt and brake handle assemblies. All have been cleaned, inspected, and adjusted for proper operation. The last picture is the cockpit with the seat removed.
Please contact me if you have any questions,
or visit my main webpage at http://www.GameRoomRepair.com for more information.
Thanks for your visit.
Kevin R. Keinert
4351 Beverly Dr.
Santa Maria, California