Quoted from Luzur:
Yeah, the game is based and named after "Lethal Weapon" which have guns all over, but they made the handle look derp anyway.
Ha! So true.
My last batch of powder coated parts came in today so I built the drop target assemblies and installed them. They turned out great. The camera doesn't capture the true color which is like a fire engine red.
Pop bumpers installed and new flipper assemblies. The original bank targets were broken so they were replaced as well.
It's going to be a close call with completing this build and bringing it to TPF but I will try my best.
Thanks for the comments, I couldn't leave well enough alone. I replaced all the rubbers with Titan Pinball rubbers. I will take some more updated pictures.
We had a great time at TPF this year and was able to walk away with Best 90's pin runner up. It was an honor to be recognized alongside all the great work others have done.
Amazing restoration! I saw this game before he started the restore. What was done to this game is what pinball restoration is about, saving a game that others would part out instead of seeing the possibilities. The attention to detail inside is every bit amazing as the outside. James is also one of the nicest people I have met since getting into pinball. Great work.
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