I really hate to part out a pinball. but I really may have to do it for this one.
The story of this pinball is that it was actually purchased by the Playboy Club in McAfee NJ. It was either bought for, or donated to the Fire Department in McAfee (the Playboy Club did buy a new fire truck for them, so a pinball machine maybe was included!)
Anyway, this machine was at the firehouse when it had a fire sometime in the 1990s. The machine didn't get burned, but was heavily covered in soot - inside and out.
The soot does not come off easily. To make this machine look respectable, the cabinet would have to be repainted, and every piece would need to be cleaned with whatever works best to dissolve soot...
I'm thinking it's not worth the effort. But I would like to hear you guys weigh in.