1996 Junkyard by Williams - SOLD

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This game is great for the family. It has great artwork. It has many modes including video modes. It is a fun game and very pretty.

The pictures have been taken with the glass off to get a better picture.

This game comes with a manual.

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The artwork on this game is great. I took thepicture above without the flash to show off the LEDs. THe display was captured right at a transition but works great.

 

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The playfield is beautiful. It is not cluttered but is very engaging.

 

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Top playfield.

 

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Middlle playfield.

 

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Lower playfield. I haven't found paper inserts yet but will keep looking.

 

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Cabinet artwork is great. Some small scratches but looks great.

 

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Header.

 

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Left cabinet. It looks great but has a missing area on the "K". See next picture.

 

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A little artwork is missing on the "K".

 

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Left header.

 

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Front. I have the lock bar too.

 

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Back glass. Most lights are burnt out.

 

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The play field is dirty but will clean up nicely.

 

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Top play field.

 

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Middle play field.

 

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Lower play field.

 

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Flipper/apron area.

 

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Right cabinet. Some small scratches but nice.

 

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Right back box. Pretty nice too.

 

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Left cabinet. Really nice but a small area (about 1") missing in the "K".

 

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Left back box. Pretty nice.

 

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Front. I haven't added the lock yet hence my hand holding the door closed. I also have a lock bar that I bought new for this game.

 

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Before cleaning.

 

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After. I still got more to clean but it cleans nicely.

 

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Cleaner flipper area.

 

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Before.

 

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After.

 

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After.

 

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After

 

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Before LEDs installed. Most lights burnt out.

 

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After LEDs installed.

 

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I will start to take apart the playfield.

 

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The bottom subway is dirty. Plus it needs to be taken off to reach lights. But will need to take the VUK off on the left side at the top left.

 

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Before I take off the VUK, I mark the 3 connectors.

 

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The dirty subway out of the game.

 

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The rest of the subway.

 

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Another view, film is free.

 

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Subway and VUK removed.

 

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Cleaned.

 

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Cleaned.

 

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Put back together and.... clean.

 

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The right side of the left ramp does not have a protector. It will be added later. But will stick out a little so will make the enttance about 1/16" smaller. The price to pay for safe ramps.

 

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The above light was not working. The diode was bad and needed to be replaced. Since it was closed, I just added a diode. If the diode was open, I would have removed it to work correctly.

 

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Apron off to get to the flasher and blue post and to clean. Look at the copper things in the cubbby hole to the right.

 

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They are the keys to the backbox. What a strange place for them to be.

 

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Removing and cleaning plastics.

 

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Right side cleaned.

 

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Adding the jam protector to the trough.

 

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It slides right in.

 

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The ramp is coming off.

 

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Hard to get nut. And harder later to put back in. (I magnetized the nut driver tip to do it.)

 

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This picture is showing the location of the wires. Wish I remembered this later and put them back in the same place. I put both wires between the plastics to the right. One was tight but fit. Now I remember why.

 

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New rubbers, cleaned, plastic protector and cleaned plastic.

 

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Showing this plastic goes over the two below.

 

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The two wires to disconnect.

 

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I am going to put in the Cliffy protector but need to remove the ramp lifter and move the other metal part (since it can't be removed easily.)

 

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Label the connectors and remove the ramp lifter.

 

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Ramp lifter removed. Note that I previously added electrical tape to the light to stop it from touching all the metal parts in the area.

 

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In order to get the Cliffy protector installed, a post needs to be unscrewed and removed. It is right under the metal ramp that can't be moved so I have just got the nut driver in to remove the nut.

 

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Top of the playfield about to add Cliffy protector.

 

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And here it comes....

 

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And installed....

Note the writing on the playfield. In retrospect in that area a VERY BAD idea. (in the future I will write onto masking tape.... lesson learned). Usually these areas are covered, but the LED is seen through a clear plastic and so is my writing. I fixed it by laying down strips of yellow masking tape over my writing. Bad Michael. Bad Michael...

 

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All targets have foam backs. They are usually worn out. I replaced all of them.

 

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The removed old foam.

 

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The new foam in place behind the yellow target at the lower right.

 

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Left front ramp removal.

 

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Removed.

 

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The tiolet bowl comes off with the two bolts to the right. I also removed the blue post for easy access.

 

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Left ramp and tiolet removed.

 

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Showing off my "writing" which is bad here.....

 

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...but okay here.

 

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Before

 

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After

 

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To remove the larger ramp, I removed the back of the wrecking ball plastic semi-circle first to get the clearance needed since I did not want to remove the crane.

 

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Before

 

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After

 

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More stuff removed.

 

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This is a great game but this area of the playfield is wasted space (in my opinion). [Of course this is my web site, so everything is my opinion....]

 

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Old decals removed...

 

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...and replaced.

 

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all decals replaced. The game is coming back together.

 

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Put the ramp on first....

 

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...then the back of the wrecking ball semi circle plastic.

 

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left ramp installed. All the stuff on the left side over laps so now I can get it all together.

 

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Tiolet bowl and new blue post.

 

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Front left ramp installed.

 

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Bus installed.

 

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Need to put the two wires into the hole before this plastic can be installed. Not ethe big clear see through area that will show off my stupid writing on the playfield that I will cover with yellow masking tape and save the day.

 

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With the plastic protector I bought not cut correctly, the ball gets stuck. I need to dremel out the area.

 

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The ramp installed (almost) and the ball stuck.

 

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You can see the clear area that needs to be removed. Now you see it....

 

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Here is the dremel.

 

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...Now you don't see the offending plastic.

 

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Looking nice.

 

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Subway installed.

 

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Left VUK installed.

 

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Before flipper rebuild.

 

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After flipper rebuild.

 

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Before apron.

 

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After apron.

Virginia Sales Tax

Virginia sales tax is currently 6.0%. Sales tax for in-state orders applies to machines and parts. It does not apply to the delivery or repair services.

Warranty

As of August 1, 2014, we will no longer provide a warranty with our pinballs unless you purchase a separate warranty from us. A 1 year warranty is $500 or pay as you go if you even need it. If you buy it directly from us and take it home yourself, you will be inspecting it to ensure it works. If we deliver, we will ensure that it works 100% when delivered.

Reasons You Should Let Us Deliver Your Pinball (or Another Machine)

  1. We will NOT provide a warranty for the machine since we cannot be assured that a problem did not happen when you transported the machine. (As of August 1, 2014, we will no longer provide a warranty with our pinballs unless you purchase a separate warranty from us. A 1 year warranty is $500 or pay as you go if you even need it. If you buy it directly from us and take it home yourself, you will be inspecting it to ensure it works. If we deliver, we will ensure that it works 100% when delivered.)
  2. We take responsibility for any damage that may occur during the delivery process.
  3. We professionally set up the machine, connect all the connectors, attach the legs, head, etc. and ensure that the pinball works properly. If anything is out of adjustment due to moving the machine, we can fix it in a few minutes as compared to having to come to your house later and charging you a trip fee and repair charge.
  4. If anything major is out of adjustment, we can order parts and repair. This hardly ever happens but it could and you and the machine are protected.

Delivery Options

We are currently set up for local delivery only within the Northern Virginia, Washington DC, Maryland, and North-Eastern West Virginia area. If you are interested in shipping the pinball machine, we will contact a shipper. You will pay all crating and postage costs.

If you would like us to deliver and set up within 50 miles of Purcellville, the charge is $300; within 100 miles $475. The delivery charge includes delivery to a first floor or basement level if walk-out.

We will not sell you a game/deliver the game if the only entrance to your basement is an inside the house staircase. They are too narrow. Plus we have to ensure we don't mess up carpet or wood. It just isn't worth it.

You may also come and pick up the machine from our location.