Quoted from Okarcades:
It did need a warp ramp replacement. I had the ramp. But it was cracked but never effected game play.
The back light wasn't working and I replaces starter, bulb and ballast. Not sure what that was.
Flippers were worn out
A bit of playfield wear at drop target.
All. In all I figured it needed $200-300 in work and 5-8 in work to get it to the $4,000 mark. Maybe I'm too fair Haha!
You're extraordinarily generous with your sale pricing. In this case, if I bought it for home use, I wouldn't have even replaced a cracked ramp that didn't affect play. Lots of people have cracked ramps at the entrances on their games RIGHT NOW and don't even know it.
Backlight is the biggest pain. Sometimes those are hard to nail down.
Basically I'd hand you $3200, rebuild the three flippers, clean the machine, mylar by the target and start playing it. Eventually the backlight would bug me enough that I'd fix it. $150+time max for all of it. $3350 is a killer deal for a Star Trek Pro that plays great.
Anyway, everyone that lives near you are lucky ducks when it's time to sell your next pin.