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Williams  

Toledo

 

 

I bought this one from Steve in Montrose, Michigan in November of 1999.  At the same time, he sold me a  Night Rider  and Pat Hand . Steve also traded is  Big Indian for Dave's Spin-a-Card.

I sold this one to a nice guy named Gordie Schafer who lives north of me.  I also fixed his Segasa Monaco for him. 

I had two problems that I think turned out to be built into the game.  Can someone who has this game confirm the following: 1.  The orange "Spot Number" rollover in the middle of the playfield does not score any points.  It just moves the spot target light. 2.  The lower two orange advance bonus rollover buttons do not score any points.  They just advance the bonus. When the ball hits one of these rollovers you can hear the wheel mechanism ratchet, but no points are scored and no bells ring.  Personally, I think this is really cheap and it does not feel right playing the game.  My solution was to add an extra set of switches to each stack.  I made the Spot Number rollover score 500 points (wired into the top 500 point rollover), and the two advance bonus rollovers score 10 points (wired into the slingshot 10 point switch).  I think the game plays much better and it does
not seem like anything is wrong.  It seems to me that  when you hit something, you should get points. Send me an e-mail with your comments about this

The inside of the game has been completely cleaned.

The cabinet is in excellent condition

 

 

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