greywolf Current Collection

Pinsider greywolf currently owns 7 machines.

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Black Knight

Williams, 1980

“playfields rescreened by CPR 3-2008 all subsurface bulbs replaced with LEDs added two GI bulbs where they were needed/looked good - needs sound board work (big cap) ”

Purchased September 1998


Williams, 1980

“All playfield lights, including GI, are LED. Replaced white saucer inserts with transparent red inserts in 2008. Wired sockets in parallel with lock lights beneath saucers in 2008. Installed flashers for drop target resets on playfield in 2009. Built prototype topper #1 (cardboard) with 12 #89 sockets wired up in June 2010. Built prototype #2 (acrylic) with 12 #89 sockets wired up in September 2010. Replaced Back Glass in 2011. Added ultra-bright LED strips and terminal control blocks for all external lighting (topper, LED strips) to head and cabinet for easy wiring/replacement. ”

Purchased May 2008


Williams, 1979
Purchased September 2012

Old Chicago

Bally, 1976

Sky Jump

Gottlieb, 1974

“Acquired from a client who wanted it tuned up and made playable again.”

Purchased July 2010


Williams, 1974


Bally, 1975

“When I got the game, it was broken and very dirty, and had obviously seen some water damage: Knocker coil was gone, eject hole relay was broken, backglass was cracked, player-coin unit was melted (and was a ball count unit from a Williams EM). Over time, managed to clean it and replace, first off, the backglass and the coin unit, and repaired the eject relay. This was my "learn how to fix and tune up an EM" game, and I returned it to a mechanically sound condition long before I got the replacement playfield for it. Fully restored Summer 2011, including playfield, cabinet, cabinet cards, flip flags and relay labels. It may have lost some "purist collector value", but anyone who likes a clean game that plays like new will want this thing after I shuffle off this mortal coil.”

Purchased August 2005

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