I had a Donkey Kong arcade game that needed a little work. Since it was very hard to get a repairman to come where I live, I decided to give away my Donkey Kong. I offered it to Baxter's but they turned it down.\r
They could've repaired it and sold it for $1000 but they still turned it down. I never thought I'd see the day when somebody would turn something down that could earn them $1000.\r
I gave my Donkey Kong to my brother and he made fun of Baxter's for turning it down.\r
Several years earlier I bought a monitor for my Phoenix arcade game at Baxter's. I seldom played it and 6 and a half years later the monitor stopped working. Since I seldom played my Phoenix game, the monitor should've lasted a lot longer than it did.\r
If you want to do business with a great arcade store, please do business somewhere else.