The cabinet on Jokerz was pretty worn and DIRTY! The playfield itself was even worse with missing inserts,
discolored/torn mylar and a dull shine. The game itself was obviously a heavily played
location game (and an import as well).
I documented some of the stuff completed on it in a set of Jokerz Project pages.
The game was sold to Mike in Canton, OH. He bought it 95% finished with only the flipper
rebuild, coindoor spraying and cabinet touchups remaining in my "to do" list.