Man this is great. i just picked up my second game. I got a call from a friend who said their mom had an old pinball machine in their basement. I asked which one and he said "its a funhouse!". I was very excited as I have never seen one before, but heard alot of talk about people restoring them. So I looked up the price on a boston repair web-site. This thing sure goes for alot of money. She wanted 5000 dollars for it, which is close to what the nice ones are going for. So I go and look at it and it looks to be in pretty ok shape but does not work. The backglass is flaking a little too. The legs could use some new stain as well as they are pretty old. So I negotiate her down to 2600 bucks! I now have 2 machines to work on!