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Added: May 7th, 2020
Ended: June 4th, 2020
Condition: Fully shopped/refurbished
This is a unique SS. I will try and list all the mods, but will probably forget some.
First, the game has an internal (see photo) sub woofer amp to power the upgraded installed sub. I believe these are called "plate amps" because they fit like a plate in the cabinet of a subwoofer like you might add to your game (underneath it). This sub is installed IN the game for a kick you can feel.
Also, a timer board and a Pinbits Shaker set-up shakes the game when the ball hits an installed switch in the crate trough (at the point you see the video show the shaking crate and during jackpots of the crate multi ball).
There is a "plasma" globe as a topper which shows "static" arcing when certain switches are hit (and sound on the machine is med or higher) in the lab area. These leaf switches can be removed; they start a timer board that executes the effect on the topper (see photo) for a changeable period in seconds. A sound byte of electricity- "zzzzz" is usually the sound that comes from the game when nearby switches are closed so it is a cool effect.
A spider hangs above and over the globe that's eyes are wired to the spider hole lamps. One could easily just attach the giant spider to the globe.
The "boogie men" have the kick mod so they move when slings kick-- they also light-up momentarily using Clay Harrel's mod (with Gottlieb pop bumper boards to light them).
The dead head pile "multi-colored eye mod" is installed (back right corner-colors of the eyes correspond with modes completed).
The bones glow in the dark as shown in the photos with UV light. I always had a UV light up over the game and one is also installed above the backboard (included) for even light dispersion. At the point the lights go out in the game you see the bones all glow (as in photo).
Floating eyeball shooter rod mod.
Crate is metal replacement with new decals, not the original plastic that breaks. Crate LED board replaced.
Jumping frogs and Boogie Men are updated (bigger & more colorful) versions.
Mylar was apparently installed at the factory in front of the crate (from the spiders) to protect that area. I left it on there, it could be removed.
Elvira has a little discoloration (hard to photograph) on her cleavage in the backglass. Not sure what this is… I can’t see any separation on the backside of the glass (see photo). A discerning collector may want to buy a new backglass from CPR, now available at a reasonable cost.
Batteries are installed off the CPU. See CPU photo- clean, no corrosion. Spider in backbox works correctly and parts of it glow in the dark.
Sadly I need to scale back my collection substantially so I can bring games home that have been in storage many years. This will be sorely missed, it’s a great game and this one is unique! If I were to keep it I would re-rubber with Titan glow in the dark rubbers and replace many of the incandescents with LEDS, though there are a few installed here and there.
Extra Boogie Men, frogs & other stuff included as shown, extra plastic set is not complete.
Game plays fine, no errors. Photos tell the story, ask any questions.
Cash, local buyer preferred but can ship if buyer arranges.
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