1977 was the first year of Solid State pins for most manufacturers. This machine Was produced for the first half of the year as an electromechanical game. For the remainder of the run they were converted to a solid state version.
Legs were cleaned and painted, new leg bolts and leg adjusters were installed. All boards were removed and serviced for reliability. Battery was remoted off board. This game features in Altech MPU Board that has a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty. Game was vacuumed inside and washed inside and out. Outside Cabinet head some paint touch up before we got it and we also did some paint touch up ourselves. Original power cord was replaced for safety.
Playfield was disassembled, cleaned, polished and waxed. All playfield plastics and metal were washed and polished. Game was converted to LED bulbs. All playfield posts were replaced with new, all playfield inserts were cleaned underneath to remove EMF dust. All flippers and bumpers were fully rebuilt with new parts above and below the playfield. New rubber bands were installed. All playfield inserts add slight cupping so they were leveled off with polyurethane.
Front side of backglass was cleaned and polished. New chrome backglass lift tray was installed. Coin door was cleaned and shined. Lock down receiver was removed, cleaned then painted. Ball shooter housing was removed, cleaned and polished. Lock down bar and siderails were cleaned and polished. New piece of tempered playfield glass was installed. All games come with manual, wiring schematics and copy of the original sales flyer.