A few months ago I picked up a Williams Millionaire that was in pretty sad shape. Rather that part it out, I decided to take the time to go through it and get it more or less working. I honestly didn’t expect much from the machine. I fixed it up mainly using leftovers from various restorations I’ve done over the years.
Now what I didn’t expect that when I finally got it flipping, I would discover that it is actually a pretty fun game. The progressive multi ball is more fun than I expected.
So this leads me to my question: the playfield is pretty blown out down the middle, and replacement playfields are pretty rare for this machine, and honestly if I spent the coin to buy one, I don’t think I’d ever recoup the cost. This is an $1100 hame at best. So am honestly thinking about sanding it down to white wood, making some simple graphics for over the inserts and putting a nice coat of clear on it.
Anyone else have any suggestions as to what to do with the playfield?