Don't like to do this, but with Allentown coming up I figure I might as well see if anyone has a better home for this:
I've got a Williams Laser Ball project currently set up and hogging two machines' worth of space what with it being a wide body and me needing the sides clear to work on it, I'm almost out of space and may be picking a game up next Monday, so soon this will be going into the garage; it's always on the backburner behind 'one other project' and then I pick something else up that goes in front of it in line.
No driver board (stole it for another game). Has an MPU, but has acid damage (I neutralized it with vinegar, etc, but haven't gotten to testing or replacing other components besides the interconnect). Think the head was stored on its side for a while, judging from the stain in the back:
Acid doesn't seem to have touched anything besides the bottom inch of the board and the area immediately below the (removed) battery holder though, so not that much important to actually be damaged. Even before replacing the interconnect, I managed to get it to boot once, and saw that all the displays were working, the next thing I do when/if I get around to it again is replace the ram and cpu socket (new sockets included if you want them). It's not the rom sockets because I also tested it with a 2764 adapter: http://www.siegecraft.us/pinball/firepoweradapter.htm (great product, and I recommend you buy one, they're only sold out because he can't include the roms due to licensing, but I made my own 2764 that I can include). No idea if any of the original proms are good because they're some weird old pinout that my rom burner can't read. There's also a burn mark under the PIA for the displays, but I've verified all the traces are still good and the displays did work when I got it to boot.
PSU works, verified all voltages, but haven't replaced any caps or anything. Haven't tested the sound board.
Player 4 display missing, forgot to get it when I bought the game originally.
Cabinet is solid but has lots of scratches.
Two different size rusty legs (but I tend to do that anyway to get my games tilted up enough...)
There's a chunk missing from the corner of the playfield glass:
Backglass was spraypainted on the back by a prior owner to prevent flaking:
Playfield is complete with all mechs, though some of the brackets are a bit rusty. No major wear marks besides from in the outlane kicker things and under the sling mylar, but light insert wear and ball swirling. Haven't gotten around to trying to clean it at all. One plastic is broken (left of the pops) but I have a replacement
Have the apron, but it's bent (currently at a metal working friend's to see if they can straighten it). Also have a compatible apron from a Scorpion, but it has a 'lane change' text that isn't applicable to this game.
Comes with a second playfield with much less insert wear and lane wear, just one spot near the kickout hole:
Also a new rubber kit from PBR.
Currently located in Duanesburg, NY (half hour west of Albany) but can bring to Allentown with a commitment. Can take more pictures or give you any other info you need. Asking $350.