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From Youtube.com - Posted: May 15, 2010 - 40,477 viewsGame | Arcade Stick Build | Arcade Stick Build
Arcade Stick Build
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Sorry I wasnt planning on a build video so I didnt take much content. But this should give you an idea of how the build is going with my new arcade stand. The leather finish is only temporary. I do plan on getting custom art done for the sides and top. more to come. Last stick build X-23 http:shoryuken.comforumindex.php?threadskasucodes-custom-arcade-sticks.119288page-3

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