Here's what's been done to the machine:
New pinscore LED installed ($200)
Torn to playfield, shopped, white rubbers, all plastics cleaning individually, all new lights (non-LED)
New Transformer ($240)
All playfield decals scrapped off, inserts wet sanded and polished, new reverse screened decals applied including for large Diner and People decal
Minor touchup on left hand side near drop targets
No broken plastics or ramps except small hairline from one screw on ramp.
remote battery pack installed
All GI connectors repinned with trifurcons
New BR1 in Aux Power Driver Board
New sound ROMs
New sound ribbon cable
CPU had minor acid damage which was neutralized with vinegar and cleaned
both flippers rebuilt
ramp up/down has new coil/diode/sleeve and bracket
coil sleeves throughout a good deal of solenoids
new red/yellow drop target decals
I'm sure there are other things, this machine has taken a lot of time. Cabinet is what I consider in "average to good" shape for a routed pin. As you can see, there's some dings and bumps and bruises. One side is really nice, the other you can see a little break here and there in the black. Translite is spotless, speaker panel is great, new LED display, clock works 100%, apron is perfect.
Top half of the playfield is still covered with mylar and in great shape. Bottom half either never had mylar on it or had it pulled at some point. I don't think it ever had it on it honestly, as I can't see the line(s). Because of this, the bottom half had taken much more of a beating on route. I re-decaled all the decals and they came out nicely. I did touchup one spot near the red drop targets. There are a few other spots that I was planning to touch up and spot clear, but since I'm now planning to sell, I will leave that up to new owner on how far they want to go with this machine. There's certainly more things that could be done, I'm much more into the mechanics and playability side of fixing a machine than the cosmetic, and because of that, sometimes feel a little weird about going too far with touchups, etc.
All the plastics and ramps are in good shape. jukebox for skillshot works great, no errors at all in gameplay. This game is 100% functional.
Here are photos (emphasis on any and all spots of wear -- a few photos have a weird flare from flash. Also, first 8 or so was before drop target decals applied): https://www.dropbox.com/sh/oo67x1t94jsp9nn/dY7thk3cH0