I grew up a child of the 80's. I would sometimes sneak off from school so I could play my favorite video games and Pinball machines. When I was older and had more income I was able to purchase some of my old favorite games for home use. I had at the time a collection that included Tron, Asteroids Deluxe, Centipede, Time Pilot, Rush'n Attack, Star Trek (pinball), 1942. I had these for several years and then my son was born and I had to sell them all to make room. I really wished I had been able to keep them. Fast forward to today now my son is 15 years old and I have the itch again to start another collection. I recently bought my first piece of this new collection with a Data East Jurassic Park pinball machine. It is is good shape but still needs a little love. I haven't worked much on Pinball machines but from what I have seen so far on mine it doesn't look to be an impossible task but challenging for sure. I hope to pull some of the collective knowledge from the forums on this website to help in that endeavor.