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There's one more Scared Stiff


By wallybgood

2 years ago

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#1 2 years ago

Built a Scared Stiff, a Dennis Nordstrom masterpiece, completely from parts this winter. (No donor pin used). NLA parts that were handmade include wire harnesses, ball guides / metal parts, plastic subway, light insert panel/plastics and back board. Fab’d dancing boogie men and lighted skull pile. Lamp boards were used from other pins, some modified, for any that were unavailable. Measured all guides, backbox mounting plate and have them in CAD if anyone needs them. Laser cut from 18ga stainless by HeMan40 (Dino) then I bent with a small brake and hand tools.
Painted and decaled the head/cab last summer. Local dude, Bill Webb built the sweet bare cab. More pics on my OneDrive https://tinyurl.com/y536wr62
Wouldn’t be possible without these most excellent parts suppliers- Pinball Life, Marco, Mirco, MantisA, PSPA, PPS/BAA, SF, PB Inc, PBits, Cliffy, MrP, Arakissun. Thank you IPDB for archiving parts lists, manuals, ROM images.
Wally

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#2 2 years ago

Amazing as always Wally!
Thx for sharing

#3 2 years ago

Curious what it costs to do this (man hours not included of course)

What was the BOM?!?!

#4 2 years ago

That’s awesome!

#5 2 years ago

That machine looks great......

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#6 2 years ago
Quoted from CrazyLevi:

Curious what it costs to do this (man hours not included of course)
What was the BOM?!?!

Hey Crazy
Around $5500.
I generally start looking for parts a year in advance of starting so I run into some really sweet deals. For example, the cab/head decals were $100, the power transformer was $80, and a complete wiring harness (from a different WPC-95 pin) was $50. Great deals are always found at the pinball shows. I restore many used parts like the coin door, pop mechs, sling mechs, flipper mechs and targets. If you want all new parts and you want them tomorrow, costs will be substantially higher.
Wally

#7 2 years ago

Congratulations on another successful build!

#8 2 years ago

Nice work Wally!

rd

#9 2 years ago

As always amazing work Wally!! What one you thinking about next?

John

#10 2 years ago

Wow, great job!

#11 2 years ago

That’s awesome! Great work!

#12 2 years ago

So you spent $5500 in parts. How many hours did it take to complete? Did you document the time to build? Amazing job on the finished pin.

#13 2 years ago

Jesus. Amazing....

#14 2 years ago

Beautiful!

#15 2 years ago

so awesome

great job

#16 2 years ago

Awesome!

#17 2 years ago

Nice Work Wally and good choice on which game to do!

#18 2 years ago
Quoted from Dayhuff:

As always amazing work Wally!! What one you thinking about next?
John

Hey John
Maybe TAF.
Wally

#19 2 years ago

This is the most amazing I’ve ever seen. Amazing.

#20 2 years ago

Well done, sir. Truly an impressive feat and one that stands out amongst the superfluous threads on this forum.

#21 2 years ago

Great job once again Wally! You are an inspiration not only to me but many others!

It was nice running into you at TPF.

#22 2 years ago

Well damn that’s nice! How many games did you biuild from scratch already?

#23 2 years ago

DAMMIT MAN

#24 2 years ago

User name checks out.
Wally you're awesome man.

#25 2 years ago

Major boom.

And hey a brand new $5500 scared stiff ain’t bad. Of course you work cheap...

#26 2 years ago
Quoted from NPO:

Well done, sir. Truly an impressive feat and one that stands out amongst the superfluous threads on this forum.

Agreed. It’s great to know that amongst all the bickering bs around here Wally is doing this. Amazing.

#27 2 years ago

I restore pins great job on SS Wally looks so good

#29 2 years ago

Great job! That’s a fantastic looking SS.

#30 2 years ago

How do you color your wire, or where do you get your colored wire?

#31 2 years ago
Quoted from dankme:

Great job once again Wally! You are an inspiration not only to me but many others!
It was nice running into you at TPF.

Hey Steve
Likewise, one of my high points at TPF.
Wally

#32 2 years ago
Quoted from Coz:

So you spent $5500 in parts. How many hours did it take to complete? Did you document the time to build? Amazing job on the finished pin.

Hey Coz
Don't keep track of time too much. Love every aspect of this hobby from looking for parts, to sanding/painting, making parts that aren't available, building wire harnesses, bending metal, everything.
Maybe 1000 hrs?
Wally

#33 2 years ago
Quoted from arcademojo:

Well damn that’s nice! How many games did you biuild from scratch already?

Hey Ar
Two MMs, an AFM, a CC, a MB, and SS. Pics at " There's one more ....."
Wally

#34 2 years ago

Nice work as always! Looks great!

#35 2 years ago

Boy I would like to get a glimpse at your notes on those wiring harnesses.... those harnesses must have been a nice chunk of 1000 hrs!

#36 2 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

How do you color your wire, or where do you get your colored wire?

Hey FF
BAA has a nice selection of color coded wire in 18 ga and 22 ga. 10 foot lengths.
I have also striped wire using a tool that my son made (and granddaughter painted) The tracer is functional but does not look original without the spiral. Rubber band keeps a little pressure on the pen. Solid color wire is available at McMaster.
Every so often, reasonably priced WPC and WPC-95 harnesses are for sale on Ebay or shows. Usually $50 or less.
Wally

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#37 2 years ago

Great work.

#38 2 years ago

Nice work I wish I had the patience and talent to do this!

#39 2 years ago

Fantastic! That's a TON of dedication right there!

Here's the big question - what serial number are you going to give it?

#40 2 years ago

I'm amazed at some of the talent on this forum. Well done, Wally.

#41 2 years ago

huge props. That is amazing.

#42 2 years ago

Wow. You are seriously talented!

#43 2 years ago

Super job!

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#44 2 years ago
Quoted from RobertWinter:

Fantastic! That's a TON of dedication right there!
Here's the big question - what serial number are you going to give it?

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#45 2 years ago

Halloween, love it.

#46 2 years ago

Awesome Wally!

Is this the game you had me do the surface mount ICs on?

--
Rob Anthony
Pinball Classics
http://LockWhenLit.com
Quality Board Work - In Home Service
borygard at gmail dot com

#47 2 years ago
Quoted from Borygard:

Awesome Wally!
Is this the game you had me do the surface mount ICs on?
--
Rob Anthony
Pinball Classics
http://LockWhenLit.com
Quality Board Work - In Home Service
borygard at gmail dot com

Hey Rob
Thanks.
The A/V board that you installed the SMD's is presently in my MM. Check out https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/there-s-one-more-wpc-95-a-v-board
Wally

#48 2 years ago

You should have had the serial number sticker say WALLY Manufacturing Company instead of Midway!

#49 2 years ago

Nice. I often wondered what it would cost with used parts. Inspired

#50 2 years ago

Hey wally did you purchase my FB a few years ago and make it into the MM? I know the person that picked it up said they were going to do that, and then was starting to think it was you - your threads are fun to read regardless. Louisville

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