1. Kinda. You've got some planking, it looks like, some chewed up inserts, and some discoloration.
2. Not much. Not many people would buy that to even restore because Marco makes reproductions, which kills the restored PF market in the same way MMr killed the value of MM.
Here's what's frustrating for a guy like me: You've got beautiful new white rubbers and nice looking plastics sitting on top of a playfield that's way past its prime. Even your ball trough looks immaculate. You've really done a wonderful job. Sell the parts from the other game, collect $700, and get yourself a new playfield. You can thank yourself (and me) later when you've got a wonderful machine. Of course, you'll need some new cabinet decals as well, but you're still coming in under $1000 to really make the game pop.
Again, I realize that doing this might not be in your wheel house, but the job you did on the bottom of the cab tells me otherwise.