I would advise all to beware of any Pinball Pimp restoration. I paid a very high price for a "Pinball Pimp Restoration" when it arrived it looked perfect. Cabinet and head were perfect. I plugged the game in and immediately notice lights out and not functioning. They weren't burnt out bulbs the sockets were not active. I called and he said well when it left here it worked.
The next day I moved the game into my game room and played a few games on the third game while holding the ball on a flipper the game just completely died. Only the GI lights were functioning. All else dead. Found a 5a fuse blown in the power supply. Replaced it and half the game was still out including multiple switches and approx 19 lights. I called him no answer. Sent an email and FB message. No responses for 2 days. Then he didn't even return the call just sent me a long email about how games that are 40 years old have problems and traveling 1800 miles can cause major problems. Blah blah. "Everything worked while it was here". He hen suggested to get a local repair company and it probably wouldn't be any big deal and we can see what we can do after that. So a week later I had a company out. After 3-4 hours of working on the game replacing multiple transistors, replacing the wiring from the credit button that was somehow wired to a tilt switch. Multiple pins in connectors that were bad and it goes on. Ultimately $400 between parts and labor which to be honest in thought wasn't that bad for all the issues.
So I email the Pinball Pimp assuming he would just reimburse me since it was clear that no amount of travel etc could cause such adverse issues. What do I get? A bunch more blah blah about how it's not his fault and the game is old and travel and then wants to criticize the repair guy that he charges too much for 3-4 hours of labor and wanted a itemized bill for such insane charges. Come more to find out with this overhaul. All original boards no reheating or checking any. All sockets and flippers original nothing rebuilt
Essentially he's great at painting new cabinets forget about the actual parts that make the gamer work!
I would be very cautious with anything you buy from him.