(No picture of it assembled yet)
I just picked this game up and it'll make a nice project, when I get the time. For now it's being stored until I have the time and space to finish it.
It has a pretty decent backglass - one issue in the upper right corner, and a few pinholes, but that's about it as far as problems go.
The playfield is OK, but there are some wear spots here and there, and the paint is a little dried out and cracking in places. But still, I only paid $100 for the machine, so I'm not complaining. All the plastics are intact and that's a real good thing! All the inserts are loose, and a one is missing, so I have my work cut out for me, that's for sure.
The inside of the head is in pretty good shape, and as far as I can tell, there are no missing parts or hacks!
The bottom board in the cabinet looks typical, intact but kind of dirty. To my suprise, the underside of the playfield looks very nice. No dirt or nastyness anywhere. It almost looks new. The wrappers on the coils are nice an bright. Too bad the bottom board didn't look as good.
That's all for now. When I get around to working on this machine, I'll add more info.
Here's some more information on Star Pool, if you're interested. If you own a Star Pool machine but do not have a manual for it, some of this stuff may be of use to you.
For now all this stuff is empty, but as I learn more about this machine, I'll fill it in later
Thanks to PHoF Flyer Reference for their nice collection of pinball flyers, including Star Pool
If you own a Star Pool, I'd love to hear from you and share info/parts/etc. Just send me an e-mail by removing the NO_S*P*A*M_ and tell me all about your machine.
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