*Black Hole- Auto grade repaint, nice playfields, new MPU and power supply board. Spare new playfield window and spinning disc.
*Sorcerer- New plastic set, playfield protected by factory Mylar, nice backglass, other new parts, need to reassemble.
*Grand Lizard- Playfield wear 2 small spots, missing lockbar, nice backglass.
*No Fear- Cab fade..
Roller Coaster Tycoon- Nothing wrong with it, present for my wife.
Rocky and Bullwinkle- Ball Launch button slightly funky, nothing else. Minty paint.
Kings of Steel- Nice playfield which is unusual, credit display has some burns.
*Vector- New MPU and SDB, recapped S&T, nice all around.
*Haunted House- Extremely nice cab and playfield, no broken plastics, new boards, need some work to sound board wiring.
Cyclone- Very Nice.
*High Speed- No boot, nice condition otherwise, suspect 5V regulator.
*Jurassic Park Lost World- Pick up magnet inop, slight cab fad.
Two new Swemmer System 80 Sound and Speech boards with SC-01A chips (new)
And Wico pinball machine lift missing the hydraulic assembly.
Pins with the asterisk will be available more or less in the very near future so if interested drop me a line. I'm leaning towards "they work but could use a minor shop status" in regards to pricing. No Fear, Vector (which is nice and has new boards) and Black Hole already have interested parties. The ones without asterisks I plan on playing for a little bit, a few weeks at best before putting up for sale.
R&B is very, very nice and I'm aiming for a $3000 price, which is below the lowest price of pinside average $3050 - $3550 for example. Matter of fact everything here will be listed below $3000 with Kings of Steel below $2000 even though it has decent cab and backglass and the playfield is NOT blown out like all of them seem to be. I'm still thinking about that one as it doesn't get much love but examples that are not utterly blown out are scarce.