Quoted from PinSinner:
If you think 5K is too much, then look at this eBay listing WH20... $15,500 AUD. It's real nice but sheesh.
I will give the guy credit in that he has made some major outlay on replacements parts and gone above and beyond factory specs with the chrome work which I know from firsthand experience does add up very quickly.
The problem is that WH20 has never been regarded as an A list title and will rarely achieve A list pricing no matter how much cash you pour into a restoration and as mentioned before it is one of the bigger money pit titles given the number of replacement parts now available for it. And at this asking pricing level you are in restored AFM territory. A few grand less in the low five figure range and the seller would start to get some bites given the lack of comparable domestic examples.
Just to add that it may be on the high side in terms of pricing, but at least in the $15,500 listing the outlay and labour spent is clearly visible unlike the other option listed locally with missing topper, faded cabinet and cloudy ramps.
To the original question, only if the money has visibly been spent on it with new replacement of major parts (ramps, playfield, cab decals, ColorDMD et al) and more than just a wipe over of the playfield and rubber replacement.