Quoted from CactusJack:
If you like them Fast, you may want to focus on some late model WMS EMs. They went DC first and tended to kick A$$. Since for the most part, many of the Single Players are kind of shallow, you might just as well go for a multiplayer. But nothing comes to mind in the art set you are looking for. DC started at Swinger in 1972. For Bally, it happened around Hi Deal in late 75.
Not too long ago I shopped a 1976 Williams Aztec for a guy and, man was it wicked fast when I was done with it. Not the greatest looker when compared to a Gottlieb wedgehead but the DC pops and slings combined with sensitive switches and a waxed playfield made it a wicked fast game for an EM.
Right now I'm working on a 1977 Williams Liberty Bell. This game don't seem to get too much lovin' especially when compared to the other bi-centennial, Gottlieb's Spirit of 76. Bally had Freedom as well. Anyway, I got me some plans for this baby and, either Pinsiders are gonna love it or curse me up a storm.