Mike, yes indeed
mine has a good story
the guy i bought my sw from locally is well in his 90s
he was one of the first video game distributors here back in the day
he told me he fell into some financial trouble in the late 70s so asked his accountant to help bail him out
the accountant did and as he was leaving the gents office commented on how it sure would be nice to have a pinball machine like the ones he saw being prepped for delivery
next day he received the in box strange world at his house ... it went in the basement and stayed there until very recently when he called up the distributor and asked him to come collect it as he wanted it out of the basement!!
i don't think it was ever cleaned till i got it (but it cleaned up really nice ... zero wear except for a tiny wear mark at kick out... but having learned my lesson on my c37 where i got too aggressive with alcohol and magic eraser here i decided to leave the center inserts area well enough alone .. for now !!
amazing how white the cabinet is compared to my other wedgeheads, which had been out on routes .. they looked white to me but now they look really yellow beside it
but back to your point .. yes alot of pinball plays .. on approx 40 years x 356 days = 14240 days ... call it 66,000 / 14240 = approx 4.6 plays per day average .. or something like that .. did i get that right?
no matter, just another great pin story, like Darcy's - and really all that matters is it survived and i was fortunate enough to have a chance to pick it up so i and others will be able to enjoy this less common game too
now if i could just find a replacement plastic for one of mine that has a chip in it ... i wouldn't have to remake that one !