I bought a NGG years ago from GAP. Wish I still had the email correspondence from Mike, but my computer fried.
I got it for my wife for our anniversary and my dad went with me on his birthday. 4.5 hours each way, I was rushed and wanted to get it home before my wife got home from work.....never buy a game when you're in a rush or the buying mode as I didn't check things over like I should.
For one, the pics he sent weren't of the game I was buying and I printed them out but forgot to take them with me. He said that he sold so many NGG's in the past year about six, so that's where the picture mishap probably happened.
Mike said the game was shopped, but the game was dirty, even the spinning disk decal was dirty. I said I thought you shopped it out and he said yes, but it's been getting played for the last month.
The right gopher was in the up position and he didn't know why. When I got home went through settings and it was disabled. It was stuck due to the coil push spring for the shooter rod was working it way out and rubbing on the coil sleeve.....It continued to work it's way out as I played it and had to eventually get a new rod.
The right side of head had Bondo about 2 x 2 inch fix.....not a biggie.
The insert for the extra ball, shoot again was lifting on top pretty bad and I put mylar on it....this is where I still had his emails. I emailed him and told him about the lifting and Mike said it was never like that. He said it probably came loose when we moved it in the shop.....Yeah that happens alot when I move games too!!!!!!
One of the gophers wouldn't catch all the time, so I had my buddy Eric A. come over to help me and when he took it apart he couldn't believe that instead of using an OEM part, the wire form that makes the gopher catch when it's all the way up, they used a wire coat hanger instead.
Just don't feel that things were disclosed as they should.
In all, it was a fun game for the years we played it.