I’m an avid researcher of gamatron, I poured my life into a restore, also bought a restored one from TNT amusements for 2k just to trade off for another game, then bought a rats nest gamatron for a buddy to have to restore
What you have there In all seriousness:
Cabinet with coin door needing lots of work
Playfield needing restore... (no replacement flipper mech available anywhere , no replacement plastics available anywhere in case some are broken, they are easily broken when working on this game, no replacement parts for the drop target mech under the playfield in case of issues that can’t be rectified)$700
Pinball head needing lots of work (with no internals)with pinstar Psm board $-50
Better to buy all new boards than to restore and fix that badly thought out psm board
$750 is what you should list this for in all seriousness
The effort to make this game work will take many hours and experience and even still frustration.
There’s no schematics for this machine by the way, the ones that are available are unreadable.
The original Backglass is actually plexi glass and will never be found
It’s not valuable because it’s rare, it’s not-valuable because the value is in the insane amount of trouble it takes to get it playable and restored by even the best of pin techs