Arduino home pinball projects for sale --take it all for $200.
2x Zizzle pins. Neither one is working now. One has fried boards so I semi disssassembled it (took the bottom panel off) to drive it with arduino parts (which worked okay). $125?
Brunswick Alpine "home" pinball machine. Has two flippers, separate slings, a pop Bumper, a spinner and some standups. The inserts are basically popping out. No head. Switch matrix is simple and a student of mine had this running with an arduino for scoring when I had brought it to campus. All the coils/parts are Stern model 1 stuff and it's wired up to direct flip on the switches, so even without a head the flippers, slings, and pops all work. $100?
You can see the Alive over in this thread where it's shown running an Arduino setup that I posted on pinside a while back. I'm not including the arduino, but I will include the wiring harness. "Lockdown bar", legs, and glass are included. If I had the time, I would rebuild the arduino setup, but I kind of just need this stuff gone ASAP.