Short(er) Vacation and USPS Shipping Delays (7/23/21)

Headed out for a short vacation on Wednesday (7/28/21) without the kids this time:)  All orders placed while we are away will ship on Tuesday August 3, 2021. Sorry for any inconvience, making up for missed vacations last year due to Covid.

Please note that the US Post Office is still experiencing delays in delivery times. We CANNOT guarantee any USPS delivery time at this time and recommend using UPS if you have concerns about transit times. 

Also we are no longer shipping to some countries (Spain, Greece, Italy to name a few).  We have had too many issues with packages not arriving and will not ship to these countries for the forseeable future.

Manufacturer Bally Midway
Availability

Green T-Molding

3/4" Smooth T-Molding
$15.95
PRICE BREAKS - The more you buy, the more you save
Quantity 20+ 100+ 250+
Price $0.75 $0.50 $0.40  
Quantity Price
20+ $0.75
100+ $0.50
250+ $0.40

3/4" Smooth Green T-Molding. Perfect for your Galaxian restoration and other games that used green T-molding.

Sold by the foot, we do have a minimum 20' order for this item. Each quantity represents 1 foot of t-molding.

Related Game Title Galaxian
Condition 5 Stars
Year 1979
Genre Shooter
Quick Game Facts
Galaxian

Galaxian, released in 1979 was the first game to use a true color monitor and one of Bally Midway’s earlier hits. The game is a vertical shooter that begins relatively easy but after the first couple of levels gets very difficult. The game was followed by a number of sequels, including Galaga, Galplus, Galaga ’88 and Galaxian 3.

Coin-Op Overview

Galaxian’s cabinet features very colorful artwork depicting the alien attack. Unfortunately artwork on many of games has a good bit of wear.

Screen Captures


Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1979
Manufacturer: Bally Midway
Genre: Shooter
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: Namco Galaxian
Monitor Type: Raster
Orientation: Vertical
Monitor Resolution: CGA