EK77 spot on. I purchased my BOPP locally (San Antonio), partially working, for $750. Willing to pay a bit more due to the pins history, overall condition and no shipping costs incurred. Pin owner purchased machine from a retail/coffee shop in Switzerland while residing there, over 25 years ago. The individual relocated twice, to Canada and then Texas, before this exchange.
One of my favorite Bally early SS era pins. Looks stunning when restored. I have an NOS BOPP backglass and CPR playfield and plastics stored away for this project. This is the era I first started playing pinball while tagging along with my father on league nights at the bowling lanes. Sadly, my father has passed away. I have this treasure as a recollection of his time with our family. This will be passed down to many generations to follow. To me this pin is priceless!