This is likely the nicest EM pinball machine I have ever worked on. It has been stored for the last 15 years. I believe it was a QC reject that was sold to an employee. I think it was rejected because of the black wood grain in the unpainted areas. Now fun will find it down in Arizona as the customer is looking forward to sharing it with grandkids.
The ball count and credit units were seized, all 4 score reels needed disassembly and reassembly, several switches needed adjustment or dressing: trough and eject hole.