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Capt. Fantastic, 1976 Bally: $1,300 OBO
Excellent glass and playfield; some flaking on cabinet; some lights need replacement but flippers flip, she still plays and bumpers bump. Score reels need work as does left side target for bonus. Comes with manual and schematic. Never in a bar, smoke free.
Bill
Jacksonville, Florida
Posted: 30 March 2015

Night Rider, 1977 Bally: 950.00
New CPU, new pop bumper bodies, all coil sleeves replaced, new lock, flipper buttons, flipper bushings and bats all plastics very nice, glass is near perfect, playfield has minimal wear. I can help with shipping.
Paul, Phone: (574) 361-9561
Elkhart, Indiana, Northern Indiana
Posted: 30 March 2015

Scared Stiff X2, 1996 Bally: 5500 each
Leave a number. No shipping no trades.
Phil
Elk Grove, California
Posted: 30 March 2015

Star Trek: The Next Generation, 1993 Williams: 4000
Leave a number. No shipping no trades.
Phil
Elk Grove, California
Posted: 30 March 2015

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, 1991 Data East: $2500
I've owned this one a long time. Cabinet is an 8.5. Playfield is a 9.7. Backglass is a 10. Inside of the game is as far as the coils and the underbelly 9.8. $2500 and with the new movie that just hit this pinball machine will not last long. If you love the Ninja Turtles the way we did you will love to own it. Must sell. However I have to sell a few machines.
Brett, Phone: 434-386-7530
Forest
Posted: 30 March 2015

Theatre of Magic, 1995 Bally: $5,500
I am moving and have no room for this pin in the new house. Priced to sell. This pin is in perfect shape and ready to go. The pin plays perfectly. It has cabinet protectors, plastic protectors, new trunk that has been reinforced to withstand a lot of play. It also has a motorized mirror glass tiger saw blade. The cabinet is beautiful with no fade. The legs are perfect with new bolts and levelers. The rest of the metal parts look great. The translite and speaker panel are excellent. Playfield has no wear. The ramps are clean and clear with no visible cracks or other damage. All other plastics look great as well with no issues. Pin plays perfectly with no errors. The pin also has a remote battery holder to protect the board in case of any battery leakage. Pictures available. For pick up only. I don't have the ability to ship, but if you want to arrange a shipper, I am more than happy to accommodate.
Ken Silverstein, Phone: 609-577-6241
Princeton, New Jersey
Posted: 30 March 2015

Big League Baseball (pitch & bat), 1965 Chicago Coin: 1500 OBO
Used very little, near mint condition, outs don't work and some light bulbs out. Would like to sell or trade for another regular pinball machine.
Gary Killinsworth, Phone: 602-663-7017
Phoenix, Arizona
Posted: 29 March 2015

Gorgar, 1979 Williams: 1300 OBRO
Beautiful Gorgar pinball machine for sale. Owned 20+ years second owner. A collector-owned very good quality. Over all this pinball is a "8+ on a scale on 1-10" LED lights behind backglass coin door all crome in great condition. Plastics new and playfield in good condition. This pinball machine won't last long at $1300 or best reasonable offer. Looks like it was just wired up from the factory new harnesses and all wiring. 40 pin edge connector all molex connectors new. Filter caps replaced. 434-386-7530 434-944-9219 434-665-9334.
Scott Woods, Phone: (434) 944-9219
Forest, Virginia 24551
Posted: 29 March 2015

Lot of 9 EM Games (4 Square, Travel Time, Bus Stop, Crossword, ...), 1959+ Williams, Gottlieb, Bally: 2875
Games available individually as well (contact me for details, most are project games): 4 Square (fair condition) - $400; Big Ben (good condition) - $250; Bus Stop (nice) - $350; Crossword (nice) - $600; Derby Day (nice) - $500; Juke Box (2 games) - $450; Lucky Ace (poor) - $150; Travel Time (nice) - $500; all for $2875 ($320/game).
Matt
Paicines, California, Near Hollister, CA
Posted: 29 March 2015

Revenge From Mars, 1999 Bally: $2999
Cleaned, waxed, and repaired; new lamps and rubbers; working 100%; inside cabinet vacuumed and wiped with Murphy's Oil Soap; outside cabinet has some scratches.
Jeff Murphy, Phone: 574-453-7364
Warsaw, Indiana, 2 hour drive from Chicago and Indianapolis
Posted: 29 March 2015

Travel Time, 1973 Williams: 500
Nice to excellent condition. Contact for details.
Mat, Phone: (831) 628-0288
Paicines, California 95043
Posted: 29 March 2015

Addams Family, 1992 Bally: 5700
Machine plays 100%. Nice cabinet, some wear around the flipper buttons. Playfield is in nice shape as all plastics wear removed and polished a year ago and new rubbers installed. Could use a new ramp as it has been repaired. They are available on line for $150. All in all it is a nice machine. $5,700 or best offer.
Mike
Willowbrook, Illinois 60527
Posted: 28 March 2015

Aladdin's Castle, 1976 Bally: $950.00
Very clean machine. Fully working and backglass is perfect. Shopped and ready. Shipping available and pictures as well.
Chad, Phone: 815-218-2324
Illinois
Posted: 28 March 2015

Deluxe Official Baseball (pitch & bat), 1960 Williams: 3000.00
Excellent condition. Works 100%, all original playfield men in great condition. Flawless playfield, original bat and bat handle. New repro backglass (still have orig one too), cabinet nice, I believe it was repainted many years ago, but looks very good and age appropriate.
Mike Hooker, Phone: 516 662-3949
Sayville, New York, 11782, Long Island
Posted: 28 March 2015

Hurdy Gurdy, 1966 Gottlieb: 800.00
100% working when stored in my home. Excellent playfield, excellent backglass. No broken plastics, new monkey from PBR. Cabinet is solid, but lots of scratches, scuffs, initials, names carved. Head has some kind of spray paint in one spot. I was thinking of restoring the cabinet, but don't know if I'll ever get to it.
Mike Hooker, Phone: 516 662-3949
Sayville, New York, 11782 LONG ISLAND
Posted: 28 March 2015

Indiana Jones, 1993 Williams: $6,750.00
Excellent condition, nice cabinet, little fade on left side. Playfield is in perfect condition with rebuilt flippers. Some cool mods email for pictures or call with any questions. Pick up OK. Will help with shipping prep work shipping to be arranged and paid by buyer.
Charlie, Phone: 201-638-8559
East Rutherford, New Jersey 07073
Posted: 28 March 2015

Lucky Strike, 1965 Williams: $750.00
Shopped out and ready to play. Good playfield condition, backglass good but has small crack in upper right hand corner. Backbox annimation.
Chad, Phone: 815-218-2324
Illinois
Posted: 28 March 2015

White Water, 1992 Williams: 4350
It can play up to 4 people at a time. Machine is in overall great condition. It plays 100% and is plug and play. Everything except some lights, rubbers and balls are original. All of the boards including the dot matrix display serial numbers match with the machine. No burnt connectors in the backbox. Cabinet is in great condition with only some touch ups on the side of the head. No security holes in the cabinet. No fade on the sides. All electronics are in great condition as well. Dot matrix display has no missing lines or segments. Playfield is in great condition with no insert decals applied. Playfield is very smooth and is DiamondPlate. Topper is in excellent condition along with the topper housing. The machine is very clean top to bottom. No water damage in cabinet or water corrosion to any metals. If you have any questions, please ask. I will ship if needed. Rather just have cash sale but will consider trades if you like. I am located 20 minutes north of Richmond.
Kevin
Hanover, Virginia
Posted: 28 March 2015

Apollo 13, 1995 Sega: $3,700
Fully shopped rare machine with only 2000 produced and has the most multi-ball at one time 13. I installed $300 worth of higher end nifty LEDs and this pin is a light show. The machine also got a brand new translite new flipper bats with blue Super Bands, new motor for the rocket launch from Stern and brand new complete playfield plastics set have been installed, new playfield glass and custom apron cards. All electronics has been serviced and remote battery pack has been installed. Game manual with schematics included, no cashiers checks please. For more info and pictures please call, text, or email.
Josh, Phone: (559)786-3322
Visalia, California 93292
Posted: 27 March 2015

Black Knight 2000, 1989 Williams: 2500
Works and plays 100% as it should. Playfield is in great condition, few spots of wear that are extremely small, the slingshot plastics each have a corner nicked off, but otherwise the playfield is perfect. Backglass is absolutely mint. The display is bright and clear with no missing lines or segments. Cabinet is in above average shape. $2500. Can assist with delivery.
Brian
Buffalo, New York
Posted: 27 March 2015

Deluxe Short Stop (pitch & bat), 1958 Williams: 750.00
This is a project it is missing the lock down bar and pitch coil I will trade it for a ball bowler or puck bowler but trade must be local in California.
Rick, Phone: 951-203-7307
32816 Wesley St, California
Posted: 27 March 2015

Funhouse, 1990 Williams: 3400
Plays perfect full LEDs and new displays B/O.
Walt, Phone: 585-509-4488
Hilton, New York 14468
Posted: 27 March 2015

Genie, 1979 Gottlieb: $1750
A real historic beauty. 4 player fun for the whole family. Playfield is in great shape with hardly any wear and the artwork has to be among the best of all time. It's simply a drop target heaven with 5 flippers, drop targets, bumpers, spinner, and lots of fun stuff on the playfield. With those five flippers you can pretty much hit everything on the playfield. Overall easy ruleset, simple and fun to play. The backglass is legendary with bikini sporting genies popping out of bottles. This machine, while a digital, can be modified to make old fashion.
Johnlescher, Phone: 908-514-0143
New Providence, New Jersey
Posted: 27 March 2015

Indiana Jones, 1993 Williams: 6500.00 OBO
Please contact me, if you would like to know more about this game. It has been in my personal collection for 10+ years and is in very nice condition all around.
Bob, Phone: (646) 483-4026
Louisville, New York 40207
Posted: 27 March 2015

Jungle Queen, 1977 Gottlieb: 2100
Very nice and working condition installed new targets and rubbers backglass and playfied and cabinet in good condition ready to play.
Robert, Phone: (514) 662-4847
Montreal, Canada
Posted: 27 March 2015

Lord of The Rings, 2003 Stern: $5800
Home use only. Purchased new by me. I estimate less than 200 plays.
Doug Huse
New Milford, Connecticut
Posted: 27 March 2015

Mata Hari, 1978 Bally: 2450
Very nice and working condition installed new targets and rubbers backglass and playfield in good condition cabinet has a little wear ready to play.
Robert, Phone: (514) 662-4847
Montreal, Canada
Posted: 27 March 2015

Solar City, 1977 Gottlieb: 1700
Very nice and in good working condition installed new targets new rubbers backglass and playfied in good condition cabinet has some wear.
Robert, Phone: (514) 662-4847
Montreal, Canada
Posted: 27 March 2015

Theatre of Magic, 1995 Bally: 7,400 FIRM
Very serious inquiries only please. No trades, no spammers. Collector quality machine. I have had for 2 years and I bought from a collector as HUO machine. I am only selling to make room for a new Hobbit. I did repair/paint the cabinet in a small area on the back, near the back leg where NAVL chipped the wood when they shipped it to me. Here are some of the features of this wonderful machine: - invisiglass - gold trim including gold legs, leg bolts - has chrome molding added around head of machine - blue leg protectors - completely checked out by pinball tech 3/15/15 (prior to listing) - non-smoking home - LEDs - mirror blades - added mods include: 1. Trunk chain/lock and handcuffs 2. 2 sets of dice 3. 2 doves 4. 2 rabbits 5. Lighted want 6. A few extra lights - operator handbook is included I will send pictures or video as requested. Again, very serious inquiries only. Price is firm. The quality of the machine speaks for itself and you will not be disappointed. If you want the machine shipped, you will need to arrange. Located near Flint, Michigan. Contact Jim via email and include your phone number for prompt response.
Jimmy Brandon, Phone: (810) 922-9190
Grand Blanc, Michigan, (Flint)
Posted: 27 March 2015

Time Zone, 1973 Bally: 500
Game was fully restored by the previous owner, flawless reproduction backglass. Great game, everything works. I'm preparing for a move and will be sad to let it go. One of the most fun EM machines out there - email for pictures. Pickup is preferred, but I could deliver along I-65 down to Indianapolis and I-70 east of Indy if we can coordinate timing.
Ben
Lafayette, Indiana 47904
Posted: 27 March 2015

4 Bagger (pitch & bat), 1956 Williams: $1500 OBRO
All original. Semi-working condition. Comes with original backglass & a brand new one. Extra parts as well.
Fred
North Cape May, New Jersey 08204
Posted: 26 March 2015

Diner, 1990 Williams: 2195
In very nice condition. We take Visa/MC and PayPal. Shipping no problem via NAVL.
Mirage Games, Phone: 303 884-8786
Littleton, Colorado
Posted: 26 March 2015

Green Pastures, 1954 Gottlieb: 5000.
Ultra rare Gottlieb Green Pastures. Generally good condition; I just ordered a new backglass for it. Playfield is an 8/10, (one wear mark near left kick-out hole). Cabinet is original, unpainted, about a 6/10. Game works though I'm looking for a new front door for it. This is a rare offering; not many of these games left-(all scammers will be ignored). Serious enquiries please text me.
Chris, Phone: 403 835-3155
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Posted: 26 March 2015

Lady Luck, 1968 Williams: 1500.00
This pinball machine is in great shape the backglass is in great shape the cabinet is also in great shape the playfield is in good shape.
Rick, Phone: 951-203-7307
Wildomar, California
Posted: 26 March 2015

Solids & Stripes, 1971 Williams: 600
Works good, have paperwork that came with machine, 2nd owner.
Doug
West Warwick, Rhode Island
Posted: 26 March 2015

Subway, 1966 Gottlieb: 1050
Repro backglass perfect condition, good playfield with new bumper caps etc. Cabinet is solid but paint is rough, shopped a few years ago with little use since, game is complete and working. Can send pics and video.
Larry
Parsippany, New Jersey
Posted: 26 March 2015

Twilight Zone, 1993 Bally: 6800.00
Collector quality machine in exceptional shape. Everything on it is beautiful. Email for pics or come see it for yourself. I will be happy to pack and ship NAVL. Will consider a trade for a Walking Dead LE in similar condition.
Tim, Phone: 330-766-0115
Warren, Ohio
Posted: 26 March 2015

Advance (big ball bowler), 1959 United: 1000
Nice cosmetics. Needs some work but plays as is. 13 foot model. Seems to have led a good life. Price is negotiable.
Carl
York, Pennsylvania
Posted: 25 March 2015

On-beam, 1969 Bally: 300.00
Fair condition, has been fully shopped, cabinet rough, backglass a 5.
Randy Galati, Phone: 618-235-0179
Swansea, Illinois 62226
Posted: 25 March 2015

Rack A Ball, 1962 Gottlieb: 775.00
Excellent condition, fully working, good as one you will find.
Randy Galati, Phone: 618-235-0179
Swansea, Illinois 62226
Posted: 25 March 2015

Skyline, 1965 Gottlieb: 950.00
Fully shopped and working, good condition.
Randy Galati, Phone: 618-235-0179
Swansea, Illinois 62226
Posted: 25 March 2015

Spot A Card, 1960 Gottlieb: 775.00
The pinball is in very good condition and fully working.
Randy Galati, Phone: (618) 235-0179
Swansea, Illinois 62226
Posted: 25 March 2015

Air Attack (gun game), 1972 Sega: Best offer
A super rare Sega EM, with only two known. Trades and international sales are welcome. This game has been gone through by renown game restorer Ray Weisenthal. I have a lot invested in this game. Other rare Sega EM titles also available.
Joseph Koval, Phone: 609 204 0099
Palermo, New Jersey
Posted: 24 March 2015

Base Hit (pitch & bat), 1967 Williams: $2895
Found in a Brooklyn garage and brought back from the grave. Practically dug my own grave to fully restore it. Everything gone thru: new repro backglass, new legs. New bulb sockets. New balls. New formica front panel. Cabinet and head re-painted. Custom graphics added. Plays 100%. Available at Allentown, PA show. Call for more information.
Bob Thurman, Phone: (516) F-L-i-P-P-E-R
Allentown, Pennsylvania
Posted: 24 March 2015

Crosstown, 1966 Gottlieb: 950
Fully shopped and working, good condition.
Randy Galati, Phone: 618-235-0179
Swansea, Illinois 62226
Posted: 24 March 2015

Twilight Zone, 1993 Bally: $6500
$6500 Cdn or $5200 USD.
Todd, Phone: (905) 570-4557
Ancaster, Ontario, Canada, Hamilton
Posted: 24 March 2015

Jurassic Park, 1993 Data East: 2000.00
Pf: good shape with no visible wear. Cliffy protectors around scoops (some wear under protectors). Bg: perfect shape (it's a translite). Dot matrix display is new with less than 12 hours of play on it. Cabinet: Okay for a game this age- some wear spots and touch-ups. Game includes a topper, subwoofer, and manual. Game play: everything on this game works- including the T-rex. Pictures available- please email. This game must be collected from my home and will only be available April 6-10. Cash only.
Bob, Phone: (646) 483-4026
Bostic, New York, Forest City (28018)
Posted: 23 March 2015

Queen of Hearts, 1952 Gottlieb: for trade
I'm bringing a freshly shopped Queen of Hearts to the Texas Pinball Festival, but I will be there Friday March 27 only. Looking to trade for a similar woodrail or a Pinch Hitter. Email for pics.
Fred Siegele
Austin, Texas 78704
Posted: 23 March 2015

Star Trek 25th Anniversery, 1990 Data East: 2200.00
The machine is fully functional including the Transporter back box animation. Recently replace all new rubber bumpers. Playfield is pristine and has no swirl marks or ball track lines. In addition the cabinet is in decedent shape. Email for pics and questions.
Jeremy, Phone: (760) 436-8648
Encinitas, California 92024
Posted: 23 March 2015

Creature From The Black Lagoon, 1992 Bally: 3975
Playfield has a decal over the film area. While it makes the area look a lot better, it also dims the film insert lights. The snack bar hole is not bad. All switches register, and all coils fire. The hologram is good, but blue-ish. The dot matrix display is good. The boards are decent. There are a couple connectors that are browning. No obvious hacks. The slide ramp has its mounts cracked, and will need attention. Overall the game looks good and functions well.
Pete Mathis, Phone: 517-741-7234
Union City, Michigan 49094
Posted: 22 March 2015

Dirty Harry, 1995 Williams: 2550
Works fine, except for an opto switch in the gun mechanism. The game is fully LED'd and plays fine. I think the right ramp needs some kind of adjustment. Even on a solid shot, the ball rarely makes it all the way around. It might be hanging up on the plastic above. In any case, everything is in decent shape, and the LEDs make the game look nice. There is a bit of wear by the top saucer kickout where the ball lands after being ejected. The dot matrix display is nice and bright with no lines out. The only real troubleshooting you'd have to do would be the ramp position, and the gun mech. (although, in test mode, the gun tests fine). Cabinet art is nice and bright. Playfield has a decal by the flippers that is likely covering wear, but it looks nice.
Pete Mathis, Phone: 517-741-7234
Union City, Michigan 49094
Posted: 22 March 2015

Rocky, 1982 Gottlieb: $6,500.00 OBO
In excellent working condition. They only made 1,504 of this model. This one of the few sample games known to exist. The cabinet has no fade and it rates a 9.5 the backglass is 9.5 and playfield rates a 9 with some slight wear in the circle kick out holes black ring area. Basically the playfield is pretty much a nice as you will find. The game was shopped out about a year ago and it plays like a dream. Note I can bring this to the Chicagoland coin-op show in St. Charles Illinois for a fee of $200.00. I will be at the show for 5 days starting on April 8th 2015. I can also bring it to the Allentown pinball show the first weekend in May for $200.00. Note you must pay for the game in full. I have shipped over 300 games in my lifetime so I know how to wrap and pack a game. I use STI Beltman Group or North American Van Lines. Cost to ship in the USA depends on your location. Anywhere from $375.00 to $550.00. I have pictures and a youtube video of the game. Please email me for them. If you need further info pick up the phone and call.
Mickey, Phone: 585-747-0605
Rochester, NY
Posted: 22 March 2015

Scared Stiff, 1996 Bally: 5500
Leave a number for serious inquiries.
Phil
Elk Grove, California
Posted: 22 March 2015

Shadow, The, 1994 Bally: 2950
Game works fine. A couple switches are reporting errors, but I haven't looked into them. There is wear at The Sanctum, but I have a decal. The wall target will eventually need to be replaced. It doesn't go down smoothly. I don't think I have a spare, but I could check. The dot matrix display is nice and bright with no lines out. The ramp diverters all work fine. Again, the game plays nicely, and only needs minor attention. General illumination is working fine, and the boards are in nice shape.
Pete Mathis, Phone: 517-741-7234
Union City, Michigan 49094
Posted: 22 March 2015

Twilight Zone, 1993 Bally: $5600 OBO
Bright unfaded cabinet, beautiful playfield, unhacked. Tasteful mods that are completely reversible: blue clock housing, proto white clock face, gumballs, gumball light kit, street lamp (LED lit), LED clock board. I think TZ is one of those machines that looks best with incandescent lights, but I have installed a few LEDs in select locations.
Alex
Central Point, Oregon
Posted: 22 March 2015

Twilight Zone, Bally: 4800
Leave a number for serious inquiries.
Phil
Elk Grove, California
Posted: 22 March 2015

World Cup Soccer, 1994 Bally: 1975
Working and playable. Display has a couple vertical lines out, and the display plastic is scratched. One spot of wear by the flippers, and a couple inserts are damaged. Cabinet is nice. Boards look nice, with no hacks. All solenoids are working.
Pete Mathis, Phone: 517-741-7234
Union City, Michigan 49094
Posted: 22 March 2015

Tales of The Arabian Nights, 1996 Williams: $8,000.00 obo
This is a great game. Almost 20 years old looks like new. I have had it since 2007 and I bought it off a local vendor that I am friendly with and have gotten other games from him as well. They had bought it brand new then I got it. It all works. It has new dot matrix display, ramps, plastics, rubbers, upgraded sound system, all new coils. Has original cabinet art work. It's in great shape for 20 years old. Pics available. Plug in and play. No work to be done.
Mark, Phone: 321 960 7770
Cocoa, Florida 32927
Posted: 21 March 2015

Black Knight, 1980 Williams: 1995
In very nice condition. We accept MC/Visa and PayPal. Shipping no problem via NAVL.
Mirage Games, Phone: 303 884-8786
Littleton, Colorado
Posted: 20 March 2015

Comet, 1985 Williams: $1,390.00
Family friendly restored pinball machine with complete nifty LED lighting, all circuit boards have been serviced and a remote battery pack has been installed. The machine has a brand new set of playfield plastics, all new pop bumpers, housings, skirts, coils and hardware, complete flipper rebuild kit and coils, new orange with black trim spiral ramp, and new playfield glass. A graphic artist repaired some of the upper playfield art work next to the cycle jump ramp and it looks as good as new with four coats of automotive clear on the upper portion of the playfield, the lower portion still has the original factory mylar. The machine is currently set up for free play and plays 100% with excellent audio announcing the one million shot. Game includes game manual and schematics. Serious buyers only please, no cashiers checks. For pictures or more info please call, text, or email.
Josh George, Phone: 559-786-3322
Visalia, California 93292
Posted: 20 March 2015

Disco Fever, 1978 Williams: 795
In very nice condition. We accept MC/Visa and PayPal. Shipping no problem via NAVL.
Mirage Games, Phone: 303 884-8786
Littleton, Colorado
Posted: 20 March 2015

Hi Lo Aces, 1973 Bally: 650.00
This game has been completely shopped including new lamps, high powered flipper coils and springs, power cord, cleaned and adjusted score reels, pop bumpers and trip bank, playfield stripped and waxed, and new levelers. All metal parts have been buffed. Condition: cabinet 8/10, play field 7.5/10, back glass 10/10. No broken or repaired plastics. All features on this game work perfectly and the game play is smooth and fast. High definition pictures and video are available by request. Schematics included with the game.
Sean Seth, Phone: (815) 450-8954
Northeast, Pennsylvania 16428
Posted: 20 March 2015

Maverick, 1994 Sega: 2095
In very nice condition including LEDs. We accept MC/Visa and PayPal. Shipping no problem with NAVL.
Mirage Games, Phone: 303 884-8786
Littleton, Colorado
Posted: 20 March 2015

Medieval Madness, 1997 Williams: 9000.00
Collector quality machine. Playfield and cabinet art in beautiful shape with no damage or fade. Coils and flipper are strong and work as they should. Ramps and cabinet legs are like new. Merlin hole cliffy installed no damage to the hole. Full LEDs installed in game with LED troll mod as well. I have pictures if needed text or call. Sorry no trades.
Shawn, Phone: 419 934 2094
Curtice, Ohio, near Toledo
Posted: 20 March 2015

Mermaid, 1951 Gottlieb: $13000
It is in great working condition. I'm looking to get $13,000. I have pictures upon request and will answer any questions to the best of my ability.
Michael
Florissant, Missouri 63031
Posted: 20 March 2015

Pirates of The Caribbean, 2004 Stern: $4800 OBO
Excellent condition HUO, some LEDs installed on playfield, shipping by NAVL.
Hugh, Phone: 504 210 9448
Luling, Louisiana 70070
Posted: 20 March 2015

Pot O Gold, 1965 Williams: 425.00
Cabinet is painted black, backglass is touched up, playfield is nice. Plays great.
Email
Pennsylvania
Posted: 20 March 2015

Silver, 1957 Gottlieb: $900
Woodrail, working great, playfield backglass has some flaking sealed, good cabinet new plastics.
Chuck, Phone: 401-871-5715
Johnston, Rhode Island 02919
Posted: 20 March 2015

Stampede, 1977 Stern: $2500 OBO
Good working condition.
Keith Kingsland
North Fork, California, oakhurst
Posted: 20 March 2015

Terminator 2, 1991 Williams: 2900
Terminator 2 this is an original survivor in excellent shape. As close to collector quality that you could get without being fully restored. Will not disappoint. In great condition. Fully-modded. No broken plastics. Was shopped in past few months. Flippers rebuilt. Playfield a strong 9/10. Cabinet bottom has no sag. No bar/saloon odors. Just waxed and cleaned. Plays fast. Plastics protectors installed on slingshots and around skull. New plastic ramp and playfield insert decals. Cannon has rebuilt gearing. Gun has new trigger spring and has been refinished. Cliffy's yellow and red post rubbers added. Cliffy's shooter VUK protector not installed, but included. Pinball decals HK ship LED mod. Pinball decals LED red eye mod ont2 top left corner. Pinball decals T800 mod. Helicopter mod. L8 profantiy ROM added (can be set to family friendly setting). Brand new legs and black cabinet protectors. Coin door has been repainted. New pop bumper caps. *New sheet of playfield glass $2900 OBO cash and carry. Trades would be considered.
Dave, Phone: 281.726.4549
Houston, Texas
Posted: 20 March 2015

Tom Tom, 1963 Williams: 425.00
Cabinet is painted, backglass touched up, playfield is nice. Plays great.
Email
Pennsylvania
Posted: 20 March 2015

Comet, 1985 Williams: $1,000 OBO
Non-working. Needs main board and new rubbers. Original graphics and playfield. Very clean and not worn.
Michael
Valhalla, New York
Posted: 19 March 2015

Spiderman, 2007 Stern: 5200.00
Excellent condition Stern Spiderman pinball 5500.00. Photos available. Electrical/electronic repairs & upgrades all general illumination has been upgraded to single smd LEDs in most spots and twins in the more hidden/darker areas in the rear of the playfield all playfield feature lights have been upgraded to color-matching twin smd LEDs shaker motor installed pre-wired for external sub-woofer latest code installed all boards are 100% functional-no hacks mechanical repairs inspected: everything clean and working playfield all ramps, figurines and plastics intact and clean sandman plastic replaced with higher density lexan playfield cleaned polished, and waxed all rubber replaced all metal polished mirror blades added all figurines have working spotlights cabinet everything touched up as needed speaker panel re-blacked chrome spider speaker grills chrome accents on front edge of back box noteable flaw: this is a beautiful game. If I had to pick out one flaw it would be the qty of touchup spots on the outer cabinet. That being said they are all really small and you need to look for them to spot them about me: I am a hobbyist first and this is the newest and nicest game out of my main lineup. I take pride in my work as you will see in the pictures. I also play these games four or five nights a week to make sure there are no bugs before I offer them for sale. I can provided references from people that have bought from me before if you like. Terms: I have this game listed locally and maybe elsewhere.
Robert Brown, Phone: 585-406-5374
Webster, New York 14580
Posted: 19 March 2015

Spin Wheel, 1968 Gottliebh: $775.00
Nice fully restored Spin Wheel 4 player machine. Plays fast and correctly. Touched up cabinet backglass and playfield. All look real nice. Nice metal and plastics. Will be set up for free play and sale at the Ohio Show. No scammers.
Dave Metrando, Phone: 845-464-3405
Highland, New York
Posted: 19 March 2015

Big Bang Bar, 2007 IPB: $18000
Selling my BBB in mint 'all original' condition. I have all the original boxes, the IPB original paperwork correspondence, owner's manual, and original brochures. Everything is in mint condition as one would get buying NIB. Spent most of if life under custom made light blocking covers. Prefer local pick up but will pack & ship carefully. Come see in person as I live 15 minutes for the Texas Pinball Festival. Please contact me for more information and pictures.
Ben
Ft. Worth, Texas
Posted: 18 March 2015

Iron Man Vault Edition, 2014 Stern: $5200
HUO with low plays. Basically stock except for some LEDs changed to enhance the lighting effects.
Mark
Baltimore, Maryland
Posted: 18 March 2015

Jungle King, 1973 Gaottlieb: 550
This is a working project start relay won't reset needs some contact work cabinet needs repainted the playfield is in great shape. The backglass is in very good shape.
Richard, Phone: 951-203-7307
Wildomar, California
Posted: 18 March 2015

Addams Family, 1992 Bally: $7100.00 OBO
Was shopped about four years ago, new clearcoated playfied installed. It has had very little play since. Playfield 10, plays fast. All plastics are fine. The cabinet is a 9+, one lamp bracket over coin mech is broken. No missing lines in the display. The boards in the backbox look fine, no battery leakage. Reproduction topper (black). Manuals and keys are included. I am listing this game for a friend who lives in Westland, MI. It is for local pickup. Game available for inspection most evenings and weekends. Email for pictures.
Bob
Westland, Michigan
Posted: 17 March 2015

Heavy Hitter (pitch & bat), 1949 Bally: 1850.00
A very nice fully restored game, that is 100% functioning. Restored in 2009. Comes with a rare stand that matches the game colors, made of hard wood. One player. Small pitch and bat, 32.5" long by 15" wide by 55" tall with the floor stand. Backglass running man unit uses five 5/8" steel balls. And one 5/8" ball for the playfield. Top glass size is 26" X 14" X 3/16". Despite its small size (15" X 27" footprint). It's fun because of its very fast play. The pitched ball is done automatically and quickly by the game, not by a player pressing a button to pitch (unlike the later 1950s Williams pitch and bats). The bat is powerful, and can really kick the ball up the playfield (it is common for the ball to bounce and hit the top glass). There are two reostats inside the game to adjust the pitching power and bat power. Heavy hitter also has an vertical running man unit in the backbox. One of five 5/8" steel ball moves from base to base as a hit is generated. When a ball moves from third base to home, the ball closes a switch, which generates a run on the lighted score backglass. The single 5/8" ball on the playfield goes into the hole scoring playfield registering the hit or an out. The game does not allow for multiple inning; three outs and the game is over. Heavy hitter was the first game to use the (1950s and later "standard") pitching flap and ball delivery. This used a mechanism to pitch the ball out from underneath the playfield, using a .008" thick spring steel flap to hide the playfield ball slot when the ball was on top of the playfield. This idea was invented and patented in 1946 by a Royal Oak, Michigan cabinet driver (Jimmy Keller), and he sold the invention to Bally.
Paul
Los Angeles, California
Posted: 17 March 2015

Little Pro (manakin golf arcade), Bromley: 1750.00
Nice fully working manakin golf game. 1750.00 cash or will swap for Bally Eight Ball Deluxe in decent condition. Have photos.
Matthew Dillon
New Orleans, Louisiana
Posted: 17 March 2015

Nip It, 1972 Bally: 1500
Very nice condition. Fully shopped and working. Backglass is perfect, playfield very nice, cabinet above average overall. I can deliver to the coin op show in Chicago in April for $125. I can provide pics and I will work with your shipper.
Darryl Anderson
Brooklyn Park, Minnesota
Posted: 17 March 2015

Sky Ride, 1933 Genco: 800.00
A very nice condition machine. A fully mechanical game. 10 balls for a nickel. Game sold for $12.50, a matching metal stand was $1.50 extra, back in 1933. Object is to manipulate the balls into the higher scoring holes. There is a tilt mechanism so be careful. Add up your score total. This is/was a gambling game. Walnut cabinet is 33 1/2 inches long and 16 1/2 inches wide. 10 new steel balls the sky ride was an attraction built for the Century of Progress Exposition (or World's Fair) in Chicago, Illinois (located near what became Meigs field) in 1933. It was a transporter bridge (or aerial tramway), designed by the bridge engineering firm Robinson & Steinman, that ferried people across the lagoon in the center of the fair. It was demolished after having carried 4.5 million riders during the run of the fair. The sky ride had an 1,850-foot (564 m) span and two 628-feet (191 m) tall towers, making it the most prominent structure at the fair. Suspended from the span, 215 feet (66 m) above the ground, were rocket-shaped cars, each carrying 36 passengers.
Paul
Los Angeles, California
Posted: 17 March 2015

Star Series (pitch & bat), 1949 Williams: 2850.00
A high quality restoration. Everything has been gone through to be cleaned, replaced and or massaged to perfect working condition. This game is 100% working, and looks brand new. Others at lesser quality sell for $10,000.00. This one is much less and is worth every penny. One player, backglass style running man unit with players that run the backglass basses. The interesting thing about this game is the pitching unit; it does *not* use a motor like later baseball games to pitch the ball. Instead it is a manual ball pitch, where the player pushes in a plunger on the front left of the cabinet to pitch the ball (much like the ball lift mechanism used on manual ball load pinball games). The other control on the game is the "bat" lever on the front right of the cabinet. The player turns this to activate the flippers.
Paul
Los Angeles, California
Posted: 17 March 2015

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