Well, here's what you get for sight unseen and delivered! Not too bad, here's the good and the ugly, keep in mind I have not plugged it in yet seeing that the cord was hacked down to a two prong plug. I'm actually glad it's not in pristine condition as I am beginning to enjoy restoring these things! What is wrong with me!
Pinsiders, if you see something below and have a good tip or link to a "guide" please do!
-Boards intact and all there. No acid damage!
-Backglass is good with exception to one bubble, but the artwork is still there so spraying triple thick then pressing with a book should work I guess? (I'll have to study up on that)
-upper, and lower Playfield surface isn't bad, only a few inserts need to be glued back in place
-Coin Door was locked but I used another key to jimmy it open! No drilling!
-came with four legs and playfield glass!
-NO RAT NEST!
--EDIT after plugging it in--
-All six flippers work
-Game boots, GI and Feature lights work, voice works, game sound works in test mode, plays and the lower pf kicks in
-Cabinet art is very poor
-Cabinet is coming apart in the back
-Head is being held up via a tension strap due to the cabinet separation
-Several targets need to be replaced
-one display basically fell out of the back box
-several plastics broken, very warped plastics in the upper pf
-plug was replaced with two prong. One fuse is wrapped with aluminum foil
-all displays will most likely have to be replaced