I should post something here since I can't imagine that anyone else has three, count 'em, three Aztecs.
I acquired Aztec 1 here in Tucson from an arcade vendor. Even though I got it for $50 less than offered, I still overpaid for it. The backbox was wobbly and I thought that it would come crashing down at any moment. The chimes clunked. The backglass had been badly retouched and still had large areas missing. The mechs were filthy. The playfield was the worst part. There was a large area missing, worn to the wood, between and just above the flippers. I spent more than two months fixing this one up. I just fixed one of the last problems, player 1 getting extra balls, just this week. The only problem left to fix is the match lights not working.
Retouching the artwork was quite a challenge. I'm not that artistic, so it took a lot of time and effort to get it right.
Aztec 2 came from Phoenix and was in much better shape. The playfield is nice but the backglass is missing large areas of artwork.
Aztec 3 also came from Phoenix and except for the backglass which is the best of the three still is bad enough to need a repro. It is the most complete EM with the nicest playfield I have purchased. It came complete with a backbox door, original Williams coin box with lid plus manual and schematics.
Why three Aztecs, you may ask. You may ask! This is the fastest EM I have played. I just laugh sometimes when the pinball goes screaming by on the 5+ coats of clear and past my flippers! The spinner is a rush to get when lit for 1000 points. I couldn't turn them down for the prices I paid and I know they will be great players again one day when I am done with them.
I wonder if BGresto gives discounts for three backglasses in one order?
Yep, Aztec is a fun game - overlooked and underrated by the uninformed. That's fine with me.