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Added: February 1st, 2016
Ended: March 2nd, 2016
Condition: Used - shows wear but 100% working and clean
The Machine: Bride of Pinbot
I am not sure of the history on the first part of her life but for the last 16 years she has been a HUO pin and well taken care of.
Freshly shopped by a man who has been in the gaming business for 30 plus years so all the mechanics are working correctly.
Brand new legs and balls.
Under playfield and interior cabinet is clean.
No electrical hacks that I know of
Coin door looks new to me (not sure how important that is)
New plastic posts and rubbers. Flat plastics that are in very good shape
Trough in great shape
LEDs installed. I like them - makes it the game brighter
Backbox electronics are clean, no corrosion.
I think the playfield is in very good condition with the exception of the notes below
It looks like maybe it was on route at some point in it’s past. There is no coin box but it looks like a patch in the floor of the cabinet right in front of coin door. Not sure if it is supposed to be that way but I doubt it.
Corners under the lock down bar look worn with age but they are solid, not rot or anything like that, just pointing it out.
W in Williams symbol has some chipping in the paint
Picture 732 - Looks like the ramp was “fixed” at some point in time. I think the rest of the ramp is in very good condition
Picture 739 - the mylar has bubbled up on the shuttle ramp. Doesn’t affect play
Picture 740 - the mylar has bubbled up on the heart. Doesn’t affect play
For both these areas I had to shine a shop light in the area to highlight it. In general you don’t see either one.
Picture [phone number removed] the silver coating on the helmet is off on the left and right projections. It isn’t something you see unless you are looking for it.
Pictures 753- 758, 760 The cabinet has been repainted in spots around the legs and backbox. It isn’t something that you would notice unless you are looking for it. Again, I used a shop light to highlight it so you can see it.
Playfield glass is original and has some scratches in it. I took the photos without the glass to better show the playfield, etc. You’d probably want a new sheet of glass from a local glass shop.
Come play her. I really think you will like her. $2345
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The seller ended this ad and indicated the game eventually sold for $ 2,345
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