NOTE - THIS IS IN THE UK! I'll sell to anyone who can pick it up though, so some mainland EU people might be interested.
Having a games re-arrange, there are 5 machines I want in the house and 4 spaces.
So - my Tron LE is now for sale, which I'm conflicted about because it'll be impossible to replace, but there you go. It's too nice to go in the garage so it'll have to go to someone else's house instead.
1) On light cycle insert near flynn scoop, you can just see on the mid playfield shot that there's some paint missing on the insert edge. It's very small. This is from the factory, the clearcoat is perfectly smooth over the top of it.
2) Marks where the legs fit on the cabinet.
3) Two small marks on the back of the cab near where the back of the hinges sit from shipping. They are small.
4) May be a bad point, may not. Target to the right side of the left ramp has been moved back and rotated a bit. You can easily remove the screws and put it back where it should be, but a small amount of wood was shaved off behind it. You can't see it when the target is on. I left it this way (previous owner did it) because I'm a bad player and it makes the gem shot very difficult instead of frustrating.
Totally stripped, cleaned and waxed with new rubbers less than 10 games ago. Total games around 250 somewhere.
HUO, bought it from Lee Buck, official EU unit.
Shaker motor fitted.
Tron machine LCD mod fitted, runs an animation of the Tron arcade game.
Remote control LED backboard fitted (much nicer even with animations turned off)
Proper plasma display fitted with all correct parts, even the warning sticker.
Pinball Pro speaker kit fitted, kit wiring modified so that the subwoofer has the volume control inside the cab, because it seems some people have funny ideas about sound balance. Original speakers in a box.
Cliffy hole protector, it's the v1 so does cause occasional ball hangup.
Mantis hole protector and cliffy ramp protectors also included.
All original paperwork and spares included (minus the horrible pinled type display - I sold that)
The head will have to come off to get it out of the house, and I'd prefer the buyer to come and see the machine since this one's a bit pricey (still, could be worse - look at the US prices). It's in Cambridge UK. No trades unless an absolutely sparkling mint Who Dunnit is part of the trade which seems unlikely as I only know of one that good and he wants to keep it