Quoted from Haymaker:
The one copy that that one guy owned (I forget his name now) that everyone was sharpening their pitchforks for now resides at galloping ghost arcade I think. Not sure where some of the other ones ended up
yeah, I believe that the one that tim fife originally owned is the one that's now in the galloping ghost. to the best of my knowledge there were only 2 complete games ever built. additionally, there were 10 bare playfields, 6-8 empty cabinets, some playfield plastics, and a bag full of the de-fleshed hanging bodies and a couple of the bloody spines with baby heads from back alley creations. rumor has it that what little there was to begin with, was sold to a private collector out of state.
the machine at the vintage flipper world (VFW) pinball museum in ann arbor, mi was built entirely by hand, using only a bare, screen printed playfield. in fact, other than following an initial wiring harness diagram, there isn't too much on that particular game that wasn't conceived by clay harell and the people at the club. all of the game's programming was also done from the ground up and doesn't share any code from the two that kk built.