I found some photos of a Williams "Jig-Saw" woodrail that I repainted years ago. What I started with is without a doubt the craziest, wackiest modification and artwork I've ever seen on a pinball machine.
Machine as found:
No legs, but check out those huge wagon wheels! The game was actually found by a friend of mine. I worked a deal with him and ended up getting this cabinet! He had removed the wagon wheels before I got it.
It had a "bonnet" thingy on top of it. The artwork was very nicely handpainted, and I was a little reluctant to remove it.
Cabinet before stripping. Really very ornate, but why would anyone do this to a pinball machine?
Cabinet head in process:
This was a tough cabinet to paint because of the parallel curving lines, but it turned out pretty good.
I had to make a back door for it too which wasn't too difficult since the original is just plywood.
I brought this game to the York show several years ago. Thought you'd get a chuckle out of this.