Quoted from blownfuse:
mine seems to be one of the very few that match the flyer. It has blue/red on the card holder instead of black/red
wow! the blue and red actually adds a bit of flare and looks nicer than the black and red. I've owned 3 williams jousts at one point (sold 2 of them) and all had the black/red plastics as well as the rounded t-molding on the legs.
and while mine is really, really nice shape, I'm looking forward to CPR getting the repro playfields on the docket (hopefully with repro plastics too!) jim smith did a fantastic job re-creating the artwork for the playfield, so I've got really high hopes that even if kevin makes this a really small number boutique run, it may bring a few more [broken] machines back to life that are currently sitting idle and unplayable.
can you provide a few more [hires] photos of your apron plastics? as well as the ones for end cap of the cabinet and one player - two player start buttons?
btw, the last machine that I sold, went for $4200 and that was about 4 years ago. the machine was pretty fine cosmetically, and played great. about the only thing that I needed to work on (but didn't get around to it prior to selling it) was to replace the connectors for both the MPU and the driver boards due to the inheirent issues with william's design of the system 7 boards (how they mate together)