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Seen this Zaccaria Mr. Do! before?

Dan from arcadeflyers.com emailed me the other day, because he knows I am a Mr. Do! fanatic. He just came across a new licensed Mr. Do! flyer, this one to Associated Lesiure Sales Limited out of the UK. Only, its in a generic Zacarria cabinet…

Best Mr. Do! Conversion Cabinet

That’s my take anyway, best by far. All those ugly wood grain conversions out there, the best of those uglies having that goofy circular sideart decal. To me, this ALS cabinet is the best hands down conversion, if you don’t count other licensed Tehkan Mr. Do! cabinet.

Mr. Do! Associated Leisure Flyer - Zaccaria Cabinet

You’ll recognize this Zaccaria cabinet as it was pictured in several flyers for different games including Cat N’ Mouse and Money Money.

Cat N' Mouse Flyer - Zaccaria

I’ve did plenty of Googlin’ on the interwebs back in the day, and I never ran across an instance of this cabinet. If you have seen a photo of, or know someone who owns this Mr. Do!, drop me a line. If you have any definite information on how ALS and their relationship to Zaccaria also leave a comment.

If you are a Zaccaria artwork / cabinet fanatic like me maybe its time to grab a cup of coffee and blow some time browsing through the photo gallery at Zaccaria.org. Thanks again to Dan at ArcadeFlyers.com for sharing.

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Very nice! Now that’s what Mr. Do should look like!!!

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Wow, that’s a sexy Mr. Do! Amazing that even the generic zac cabs still kick the crap out of the majority of US conversion cabs. Perhaps our next trip should be abroad?

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Very nice conversion. I think Zaccaria was the best european arcade
manufacture – the best own games, the best sideart and cabinet
“personality”

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@francmuz: Thanks for popping by. Was this Mr. Do! really a conversion though? I think by definition, this was a licensed instance of the game. But still puzzling that this UK company didn’t just take on the Zaccaria brand if they were going to use their cabinets.

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I have one of these Zaccaria Mr. Do! machines in the UK and always wondered if it was an operator conversion or a manufactured machine. Now the flyer has turned up, I’m guessing it’s the distributor built them from Zaccaria universal cabinets and Universal licensed games. Nice find!
Paul.

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Thanks for the note Paul.

Do you have photos of it on your site? If so, what section? I see the Mr. Do! referenced on your Zaccaria arcade game list page.

Regardless, I’m slightly jealous – of the Do! and your whole collection.

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I don’t have a great picture, but here it is. It has the wrong glass but I think I have a spare of the right glass to go in it.

http://www.zzzaccaria.com/images/Photos/Mr.%20Do!.jpg

Paul.

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Hey Paul – Thanks for sharing that photo! Really awesome to actually see a Zaccaria Mr. Do!

How did come into possession of this game? What is the story behind it?

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Jeff i have a mr do that my wife got the first year they came out we just got it out of storage and moved it to an area where it can be played there is a short in the cord and you have to wiggle the cord to make it work im getting ready re fix the cord issue. But the game is in really good shape. the stickers are faded a bit but im gonna find some new ones and fix it up. What do you think this might be worth just off the top of your head

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