One of those finds!
Buddy of mine Jared Guynes was contacted about a Pinball the other day. The Next day was sent photos, and the day after that he went to go see it. Then, the following day we went to go pick it up!
One of those " I can't pass this up " Opportunities, but I always say that to justify a new game purchase ha.
Here you see one of the nicest Hurricanes I have ever ever seen. Has been in a home, and at said home for over 20 years. (They had it first in another state and once they moved to Texas it sat in the house there for over 20 years) The game is so mint it hurts. Besides a few things like the leg marks, and one side is faded.. it's BEAUTIFUL! So stoked! All original! I did have to clean the rubber belt on the ferris wheel as the first one would get stuck when the ball would enter. Just used some alcohol on the rubber belt and on the actual ferris wheel. Need to do this again to keep it from sliding. I do have a replacement belt but I've read on here on how much of a B#$%^ that is to do. Anyways..
The game was upstairs. We had two flights of stairs to choose from (Large House). The first flight we made it halfway but couldn't get it to turn around without damaging the walls or ourselves, so back up we went. We then had to go down a spiral staircase very carefully. Let's just say my arms and legs are still weak. Nonetheless, I couldn't be more happy! Ghostbusters will come soon, I just couldn't pass this up! <-- See I said it again.
What do you guys think, also LEDs or no LEDs... I can't decide.
EDIT: More photos in the comments