Thanks again for all the tips everyone! I checked the pin out tonight and everything was in working order, both Red's and Ted's heads are working well, he actually had Red's head rebuilt a couple of years ago, and all the sensors were working properly. The seller said that it has the shaker and it works but he had his technician turn it off because he was in an apartment and wanted to keep the noise down as much as possible, so I didn't test it out. Is it easy to turn the shaker motor back on? I assume it's an option in the menu? The area in front of the kickout hole does have some wear but I don't know if there's anything to do about that, but the rest of the playfield was in good shape. The cab has a few dings and peeling here and there but seems to be decent overall.
I played and game and everything felt great! All the flippers worked well with solid strength and all the shots felt good. It honestly is the best one I've played (I've only played 3 or 4 but having a few others to compare it to made me feel confident about buying it). I offered $2,800, he countered with $3,000 and we settled on $2,900. It's sitting in the back of my van in my driveway but my wife is sound asleep so I don't have any help me unload it! Unfortunately I've got to work tomorrow so we'll see if we get up early enough in the morning to unload it or if it doesn't happen until tomorrow evening. Apparently the pin was originally in a Russian bar and it's instructions are still in Russian so that's interesting.
@dsuperbee, thanks for the offer, I really appreciate it! I'll hit you up if I have any issues after I get it set up. I'm a complete noob when it comes to pinball machines so I'll need all the help I can get! I'll be sure to post some pics as well as soon as it's up, I don't know who's be more excited for it, me or my 7 and 5 year old boys!