Have a Seawitch project if anyone is interested. Project being the operative word here.
The game has a transformer that doesn't work. It has a full board set, but all assumed non working. The playfield on it is completely trashed, like missing 50% of the paint trashed. The slingshot are missing the kicking arm, but the coil and bracket is still there. It has one broken plastic, and one cracked plastic. The backglass has some fade, but is actually pretty solid overall. Cabinet head has a plywood back, it was replaced by previous owner, lower cabinet is solid but not the prettiest. Rectifier board will likely just need replaced, rest of the boards don't look too bad, but again assumed non working, mpu does have some corrosion. Legs are black so I assume not original but not sure what seawitch came with. Has original correct playfield posts for the most part, the unique dark blue ones, playfield hardware for posts has been tumbled, but didn't get the posts in the ultrasonic cleaner as of yet....PBR has correct reproduction posts anyway. Has set of replacement side rails included. At some point someone added a second flipper button to each side of the cabinet, I have no idea why because they aren't wired up, but the new side rails will cover that hole.
The game comes with a spare playfield that is in very good shape for a Seawitch. It is missing three inserts, the two yellow arrows near the upper orbit, and the lower left side special round red insert. All three could be transferred from the blown out game easily. The back side of that playfield still has most of the harness, but all mechs have been removed, the harness was cut at the top side of the playfield so no connectors attached. It is really the selling point of this game to be honest.
This game is obviously a major project, but I do believe it is salvageable, and with Seawitch being pretty rare rather see someone buy it who is has the time and skill to save it rather than just part it out....I could part it out, I'm good at taking them apart its that whole putting it back together thing that gets me. I do have a friend in Missouri with a transformer for sale so that should get you a good part of the way there, also its completely compatable with the Altek board system so instead of spending a few $100 on repair of a 30 year old boar set you could go all new for $415 and along with the playfield have yourself a pretty damn nice looking game.
I'm located in Lafayette, IN, but I do a fair amount of driving around for games and happy to help out on that if needed. You are welcome to come see it in person as well. I am also willing to ship but really want you to understand how big of a project this game is. Cool with cash and paypal gifts.
Any questions feel free to PM, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or text 574-596-2668.