I purchased this at the 1998 Chicago Expo from a booth. It wasn't working, had
a terrible backglass and
was really in pretty sad shape.
Dave bought an Aztec
and I also bought a 300
from another booth. No luck at the auction but still a very successful
trip I would say.
Steve Engel had a backglass that I bought the next year
after I had completely restored the rest of the game. I had to do alot of touch up work on
the playfield. I followed Clay's instructions and varathaned the playfield when I was
done. The game was missing the center plastic. Someone sent me a laser printed copy on a
transparency that I glued to a piece of plastic. It would be very hard to notice if you
did not know it was there.
In May of 2003, I put this game for sale on Mr. Pinball. I had a
great response. A guy named Jerry from Sterling Heights was first to
reply. He stopped by and bought it on the spot. It
turns out that he has the Pat Hand
that I sold in about 2000 that is still
working trouble free.