Now for the playfield, you might even laugh at this.
So let's start off with the fact that it appeared all the plastics were in good shape, until I lifted this one. Since the plastic was cracked, the previous owner decided the best fix was to just glue it to a piece of galvanized steel (which is great for allowing light to shine through):
All the rubber was so aged, it was flaking off into a fine powder. My favorite though, the flipper rubbers were falling off so badly he decided that rather than spending $1.50 that he would simply wrap them with electrical tape:
This is my favorite though, this artist has decided to touchup the center playfield with what looks like a hobby paint set (thankfully this was not directly on the playfield, but on a top mylar layer):
So aftert stripping all that crappy plastic off (which was also scotch taped on the edges), I finally have a cleared off playfield. Granted the paint is still missing, at least you can see the playfield instead of a muddy mess:
I removed the rest of the plastics and posts (still have a few things to remove). Just as a test, I printed out a chunk of the center of the playfield (I'm working Photoshopping a clean play-field by starting out with a playfield image from visual pinball, and merging chunks from the web). I simply printed it on photopaper and glued it down with some wood glue.