Quoted from remyjd:
Hello. So..last year I saw an ad in craigslist for a baby pacman 3 days after it was posted. I got ahold of the seller who informed me that his grandmother made him scrap the machine. All he saved was pin playfield monitor bezel and game marquee. No boards. So I said I'd buy what he had. $40 I think. So here is this really rough playfield. The underside is still populated. I think I've got most of the plastics. After looking here I see it used the same board as the grand slam.
So... my noob question is such..can it be made to play as a mini pin with a board if there are available replacements? Can it be a stand alone pin? Or would any sane person just take off all its parts and toss the wooden field?
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My post on your other thread answers most those questions. This is junk, but you can easily get one from Rocketland Coin-op. I see you’re in Texas, next time they have a sale I can head over and pick you up one. If the big drop-target bank is taken off, it probably won’t cost a lot to ship the playfield. About $50 or so, I’d think. I shipped a stripped full-sized playfield for $30.
It uses the super common Bally boards of the day. Easy to source. BPM used a slightly modified MPU, not sure if it can be reverted to normal since you’re omitting the monitor.