Thank you Scott, likewise!
So, machine blown apart, time for the heavy lifting, in no particular order...20181012_175847 (resized).jpg20181013_151337 (resized).jpg20181013_151340 (resized).jpg20181018_053840 (resized).jpg20181018_053846 (resized).jpg20181020_202934 (resized).jpg20181020_202950 (resized).jpg20181022_182841 (resized).jpg20181022_183650 (resized).jpg20181023_212215 (resized).jpg20181027_095823 (resized).jpgpasted_image (resized).png
I started with cab repair since our winters can get rather damp, I made use of fair weather days to sand this OUTDOORS and I made sure to wear proper PPE since this was likely lead based paint. You know the drill, sand, repair, sand, repair, lather rinse repeat.
One short pause to deal with poor weather, came home and looked everywhere until I found the watch kitty. Take the TV, leave the pinball cab!
Cab repairs complete, move it into paint, make short work of it so it can get moved out and the PF in for God knows how long.
One step I failed to document on this restore was cutting my own stencils via the Silhouette Cameo. Before you ask, I used Oracal 813 stencil material that I had left over from Atlantis. Cab stencils are tricky since the Cameo can only cut 12" wide, one must make the stencil in sections.
Cab was finally cleared on 27 October.