So I rescued this machine from a hot Georgia attic where it sat for probably 40+years. The man I got it from remembered playing it as a kid. Brought it home and sat it on it's back for a few months in my shop next to a project Big Ben (Williams 75 EM) that needs a new cabinet and for which the score motor won't stop running (another time).
I was planning to hang the playfield as wall art with its nice printed apron but decided to postpone that as the thread had a few 'restore' or 'don't part' threads. I accidently broke one arm of one of the motors in the back, but figure that can be repaired (though now I need to find where I put the piece). I plugged it in and nothing, so I'll have to start with the basics. I had a Niagara way back 14 years ago or so that I got at an auction and did my best to restore but it is long gone, great looking and fun machine. Not so much into a playfield that is literally just open space, but I'll consider getting her running. I'll post pics in the next day or so.
Looking for thoughts on restoring, perhaps offers for purchase or trade, schematic info, etc. Would love it if someone that owned one of these could help out as well. Turret shooter so an interesting concept that fits the open theme of billiards quite well really.