There are other differences between all three machines than the ones noted.
The EBD "Classic" has the most differences than the other two versions.
Fortunately, most were not "corner cutting" by Bally-Midway.
List of differences from the original 1980 game and LE edition (complete):
1) Partial particle board cabinet with T-molding (backs and bottoms are plywood, sides are particle board)
2) Significantly smaller backglass in comparison to the original
3) Hinged backbox with rounded flared shape and T-molding
4) Swinging backglass frame which mounts both the displays and backbox lighting with a single quick disconnect MOLEX connector
5) PCB light boards for playfield insert lighting
6) Black playfield LE apron (reused) with Bally-Midway logo
7) Decaled cabinet (that used deep yellow colors instead of gold for lettering)
8 ) Improved "realistic" cowboy "chalker" backbox sideart
9) Playfield wire harness game differences to playfield controlled lighting AND coils
10) Non-boarded playfield lights used "green LE" #555 sockets
11) Slight differences in some of the early Bally-Midway game insert colors (primary production was the same as the original, I think there may have been a factory $#%@ up)
12) Brass plaques on backboxes for most of the full production run (many were removed, or not installed at the factory and thrown in the cashbox by operators)
13) Some small assembly wiring differences in the cabinet (minor)
14) Some small coil assembly differences on the underside (minor)
15) Grounding location wire strap differences on the cabinet and backbox (the backbox used a foil mounting system, instead of regular metal)
16) Front of the cabinet is PURE BLACK, no artwork
17) "Bally-Midway" is the proper coin door decal
18) Legs were not chrome, many used a "dulled" grey hammer coat single rib design
19) "Limited Edition" scorecards (leftovers)
20) In lanes were "fixed" from the original design, with higher standoffs to prevent the ball from "jumping" into the outhole (Most of the middle to final range original games had this same fix).
If I think of anything else, I will add it to the list.
Game rom code used is identical to the original.
That is what I can remember off the top of my head, as there are probably a bunch of other minor construction differences.
No machines used the EBD "white pop bumper cap" design.
I only know this because I built a "Classic" machine from spare parts, coupled with work I did servicing all versions over the years.
The only thing that really can bring the value down from the original machine is the particle board cabinet, which is highly susceptible to damage to both its construction and sideart. You have to be careful when moving this machine around as dents "stick".
Fading is notorious on this version to the point of "nuclear blast zone".
If the the game truly "cherry" (PF, cabinet, and BG) the price will be roughly the same as the original, as the cabinet looks great in its prime.