Just pick up this game in Tacoma this morning!! Other than the front door and panel needing some work it looks great!!
lots more pics please! The lamp panel behind the backglass, the paper instructions inside the head (if any), the back door, inside the head, inside the cabinet if you raise the playfield, the bottom of the playfield, etc.
if you have to take the chain/numbers unit apart, lots of pics of that process
I don't have any games left ... sold them all when I was planning on moving. That's why I have to bug people for pictures
ok, not quite true - at the moment I have a machine that belongs to the pacific pinball museum in alameda, ca ... but it's been so long since I started taking it apart I forget what it is. It's one of the very early ones.
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