○ Some Flipperless just came up on CL / E-bay ○

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○ Some Flipperless just came up on CL / E-bay ○


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    #451 1 year ago
    Quoted from way2wyrd:

    Looks amazing its a 1936 Cali Exhibit Big Shot
    http://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?id=273
    Ill add it to the pinside database now
    --Jeff

    Thanks Jeff!
    I think there where two versions. Note the tilt mech is down by shooter lane on mine. I have the 5 ball version i believe, not the 1 ball payout, which is the IPDB you posted. My 3 bottom center lanes are marked with points. The payout version has some sort of revolving wheels, and unmarked bottom lanes.

    #452 1 year ago
    Quoted from Ericpinballfan:

    I think there where two versions. Note the tilt mech is down by shooter lane on mine. I have the 5 ball version i believe, not the 1 ball payout, which is the IPDB you posted. My 3 bottom center lanes are marked with points. The payout version has some sort of revolving wheels, and unmarked bottom lanes.

    Interesting the ipdb claims both the 5 ball and 1 ball for that entry. I dont know if there is/ should be a different entry for that.

    Can you confirm the manufacturer on yours?

    #453 1 year ago
    Quoted from way2wyrd:

    Interesting the ipdb claims both the 5 ball and 1 ball for that entry. I dont know if there is/ should be a different entry for that.
    Can you confirm the manufacturer on yours?

    Confirmed, same manufacturer.

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    #454 1 year ago

    Cool,
    id email IPDB and get a new entry for yours and def send pics.

    Its cool to find this low run? machines

    #455 1 year ago

    Found this payout card in cabinet.
    And 2 Buffalo nickels, 1936.

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    #456 1 year ago

    Ive been carefully cleaning cab and playfield for 2 days. The paint is very thick and is holding up to polishing.

    #457 1 year ago

    The dry cell batteries and wiring are creative, as you can see in pics previous page. Only the 2 lights for "OK" and "Tilt". 15volt total. During its day those would have lasted 10 plus years. Im leaving it untouched for history and Pin archeology.

    #458 1 year ago

    The feed plunger and shooter knobs are wood, not metal. Never seen that before.

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    #459 1 year ago
    Quoted from Ericpinballfan:

    Post from 67 days ago...
    Well, took almost as long but the guy called me out of the blue. I had asked a bunch of questions. Well, had a Day off and nabbed it!!!
    No clue, tons of questions.
    What year?

    Eric!!!

    Congrats on the pick-up! So great to see all these pix, too, especially with such little documentation on IPDB.

    PLEEEEEASE send pix to Jay at IPDB.

    Quoted from I_P_D_B:

    BTW, this is a good time to let everyone reading this know that, if you ever see games on ebay or leboncoin or Craigslist or any other site that has a timed deadline, and you think the IPDB could benefit from having those pictures, please consider emailing us direct about it. In the body of the email, show the URL of where the pictures appear. Do NOT email us their pictures or submit their pictures via our interface. The URL will be enough. We also ask that you put the name of the game in the email Subject line along with the name of the hosting website, (ebay, Craigslist, etc.). We do not open every email the instant it comes in so if I see in the Subject line the word ebay or Craigslist, I will know there is a timed deadline and I will jump on that email right away.

    I look forward to hearing from you, Ryan.

    Happy New Year, folks!

    Jay
    jay@ipdb.org

    #460 1 year ago

    19?? 'Egyptian Pin Game' (!??!) - $625 near Kansas City, MO

    kansascity.craigslist.org link

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    #461 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    Eric!!!

    Congrats on the pick-up! So great to see all these pix, too, especially with such little documentation on IPDB.
    PLEEEEEASE send pix to Jay at IPDB.

    Sending pics later in week and uploading on pinside. Just want it cleaned up better.
    By the way, Big Shot nice player, pretty fun.

    1 week later
    #462 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    Welcome, Flukebat!

    Congrats! Looks like a neat game! Always nice to see another flipperless game in some caring hands.

    Here's another opinion for you. I would suggest not for a couple reasons:
    1) LED's were not around when this game was made and would look quite out of place. As BingoPodcast mentioned...

    2) PERSONALLY...I wouldn't worry much about the heat because you're not going to be leaving it on day-in day-out for 8 hours a day in an arcade waiting for someone to stuff a nickel in it. Now that it is in your care, it will be powered on far less frequently in the privacy of your home. For the scant minutes or hours you turn it on, it's not going to start warping plastics or burning the house down.
    ...again, just another opinion for you.

    Loving the feedback!! I think I agree with you on keeping it as close to period as possible so I ordered new #47 incandescent bulbs to replace the old ones. Now I'm trying to tackle the next most obvious issue... when the coin slide is pushed in to start the game the ball ejectors on the playfield run constantly until I depress the "reset" button on the underside of the machine, which stops the ejectors but the playfield seems to deactivate and the "Tilt" light on the backglass turns on. I cleared all the debris and made sure the sensor switches weren't stuck in the "on" position but that did not help. Any ideas on what could cause that?

    #463 1 year ago

    Flukebat, you may wish to create a separate thread to keep your troubleshooting separate from these sale ads. The game likely thinks there is a ball in one of the kickouts because a switch is stuck closed. Look closely from under the playfield.

    When you hit the knock off switch (under the cab), it throws to tilt because the game should not be running while you are removing credits.

    1 week later
    #464 11 months ago

    "The Big Parade" Sausalito, CA $300
    sfbay.craigslist.org link

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    An IPDB picture shows what appear to be flipper on one of these. Curiously, so does the game in the CL ad:

    http://ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=265&picno=42779

    "The game in this image has stationary posts shaped like flippers which are not factory-original."

    #465 11 months ago

    A nice-looking...

    1940 Chicago Coin "Yacht-Club"

    ...listed for $300 near Philly:

    philadelphia.craigslist.org link

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    #466 11 months ago

    1932 J.P. Seeburg "Gold Coast"

    $650 in Florida:

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    #467 11 months ago

    1932 Bally "Goofy"

    ...with a goofy $1800 price tag to match.

    dayton.craigslist.org link

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    #468 11 months ago

    Hot dang...

    1933 Gottlieb "Big Broadcast"

    ...a really nice toilet seat game for $900. Jeff way2wyrd , are you traveling through KY anytime soon?

    lexington.craigslist.org link

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    #469 11 months ago

    Huh! I've not seen this one before...

    1939 Keeny "Big Six"

    grandisland.craigslist.org link

    $500 in Grand Island, NE

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    #470 11 months ago

    I have a friend driving up to lexington this week actually. Hmm.....

    #471 11 months ago
    Quoted from way2wyrd:

    I have a friend driving up to lexington this week actually. Hmm.....

    Looks like it's right up your alley, Jeff.

    #472 11 months ago

    1946 Bally "Entry"

    $300 around Seattle, WA

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    #473 11 months ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    1946 Bally "Entry"

    $300 around Seattle, WA

    Anybody headed east from Seattle sometime in the next few weeks?

    #474 11 months ago

    Looking for a stoner Baby Leland

    #475 11 months ago

    From Mr. P this morning:
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    Whizz Bang, 1932 Gottlieb: $400.00
    This gorgeous all wooden machine has been in grandpa's bedroom closet for many years and is in excellent condition except for being dirty. Lots of great pictures available. I don't want to try to clean it and ruin its value.
    Cindy Flowers Phone: (708) 712-3651
    cindyf510@aol.com, Orland Park, Illinois 60467
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    #476 11 months ago

    Another horsie game...

    Bally "Lexington"

    ...for $350 in Washington (State). Have we seen this one before? ...I can't remember and I'm too lazy to check. Regardless, here we go:

    yakima.craigslist.org link

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    #477 11 months ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    Another horsie game...

    Find a third pony in Washington state, and I'm on my way... It's only a 58 hour round trip.

    #478 11 months ago

    cincinnati.craigslist.org link

    'Large storage bin full of pinball machines. Over 100'

    And there you have it.

    #479 11 months ago
    Quoted from Hula:

    cincinnati.craigslist.org link
    'Large storage bin full of pinball machines. Over 100'
    And there you have it.

    Beware.

    #480 11 months ago

    That goes without saying. The ad leaves quite a bit to be desired.

    #481 11 months ago
    Quoted from Hula:

    That goes without saying. The ad leaves quite a bit to be desired.

    I'm speaking from personal experience with Jack, the owner of these games.

    #482 11 months ago
    Quoted from DennisDodel:

    I'm speaking from personal experience with Jack, the owner of these games.

    You've gone to see them? I admit I've always been a little curios about this pile of games. I keep hearing they are a dilapidated pile of mismatched wood rails. Must be something in there worth salvaging? Maybe not at his price point?

    #483 11 months ago
    Quoted from Hula:

    'Large storage bin full of pinball machines. Over 100'

    Yup, this ad comes up frequently.

    #484 11 months ago
    Quoted from AlexF:

    You've gone to see them? I admit I've always been a little curios about this pile of games. I keep hearing they are a dilapidated pile of mismatched wood rails. Must be something in there worth salvaging? Maybe not at his price point?

    I bought 2 project woodrails from Jack Koch years ago, a Southern Belle and a Spot Bowler. The transaction was seamless. While his best condition games were sold 2 decades ago, there are games in his inventory which are ambitious restoration candidates. He will send photos, if requested.

    #485 11 months ago

    1947 Chicago Coin's "Play Boy" for $300:

    easternshore.craigslist.org link

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    #486 11 months ago

    1932 Mills "Official"

    FOR TRADE in Pueblo, CO

    pueblo.craigslist.org link

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    #487 11 months ago

    1933 Gottlieb "Big Broadcast"

    $400 in South Carolina:

    myrtlebeach.craigslist.org link

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    #488 11 months ago
    Quoted from ZNET:

    I bought 2 project woodrails from Jack Koch years ago, a Southern Belle and a Spot Bowler. The transaction was seamless. While his best condition games were sold 2 decades ago, there are games in his inventory which are ambitious restoration candidates. He will send photos, if requested.

    I located the "before" and "after" photos of these two restoration projects, posted here.

    As the photos reveal, the Spot Bowler was in need of a lot of love. Jack sent photos in advance so I knew the extent of my undertaking. I found Jack to be delightful. I much enjoy sharing pinball stories with longtime enthusiasts, like Jack. I know that Jack had hoped to sell his remaining games in large lots. Alas, piecemeal sales are more likely and he has probably acknowledged that reality by now.

    The only game which consumed more of my restoration time than this Spot Bowler was my EM Whoa Nellie (Continental Cafe conversion). Who can resist a Spot Bowler, even a half-dead one? Apparently, not me.

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    #489 11 months ago
    Quoted from ZNET:

    I located the "before" and "after" photos of these two restoration projects, posted here.
    As the photos reveal, the Spot Bowler was in need of a lot of love. Jack sent photos in advance so I knew the extent of my undertaking. I found Jack to be delightful. I much enjoy sharing pinball stories with longtime enthusiasts, like Jack. I know that Jack had hoped to sell his remaining games in large lots. Alas, piecemeal sales are more likely and he has probably acknowledged that reality by now.
    The only game which consumed more of my restoration time than this Spot Bowler was my EM Whoa Nellie (Continental Cafe conversion). Who can resist a Spot Bowler, even a half-dead one? Apparently, not me.

    Can you please move closer to Michigan so that I can visit your collection?

    Great work, as usual, Bruce.

    #490 11 months ago

    1940 Genco "Cadillac" (not a 1942 Sullivan Nolan "Cadillac" [conversion game] as the ad mentions and I originally listed here) in nice shape:

    mansfield.craigslist.org link

    Please pay no attention to the following sentences, as they were typed prior to chatting with Jay of IPDB: (No pix on IPDB. Jay has been notified. Anyone have ideas of what this game was a conversion OF? A-hem stoomer a-hem...'scuse me.)

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    #491 11 months ago

    That Cadillac is very attractive. Nice condition, too!

    #492 11 months ago

    I heard back from Jay at IPDB already. Despite STILL being in the throws of correcting the site mishap of this past week, he's still returning my email. Good guy. Anyhow, he rightfully pointed out that the pictures shown above were from a GENCO "Cadillac", not the conversion game by Sullivan Nolan. Darn it...thought we had another undocumented gem here. Oh well.

    Because I've Jay's astute observation, I've revised my original post.

    #493 11 months ago

    A beautiful project 1940 Bally "Triumph"

    ...and the price is right at only $200 in Sacto, CA:

    sacramento.craigslist.org link

    Enjoy...

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    #494 11 months ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    A beautiful project 1940 Bally "Triumph"
    ...and the price is right at only $200 in Sacto, CA:
    sacramento.craigslist.org link
    Enjoy...

    P.S. The cabinet looks like it's different than the promo photos for this game:

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    ...and the images uploaded to IPDB:

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    Just curious if anyone knows what game this cabinet:

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    ...was originally paired with.

    P.P.S. Looks like the backbox is original:

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    #495 11 months ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    P.S. The cabinet looks like it's different than the promo photos for this game:

    ...and the images uploaded to IPDB:

    Just curious if anyone knows what game this cabinet:

    ...was originally paired with.
    P.P.S. Looks like the backbox is original:

    Hi, I am owner, guessing that it is either model 1 or 2 as it appears there were two models of this game, and they may have had different cabs. Jay at ipbd is trying to sort it out. Bought this with Chicago Coin Swing in a package deal and can only keep one. Seller commented someone had talked about a coffee table conversion for it and didn’t want it to have that fate. So really hoping to find a home with someone who will restore it. I just don’t have room.

    #496 11 months ago
    Quoted from ZNET:

    I located the "before" and "after" photos of these two restoration projects, posted here.
    As the photos reveal, the Spot Bowler was in need of a lot of love. Jack sent photos in advance so I knew the extent of my undertaking. I found Jack to be delightful. I much enjoy sharing pinball stories with longtime enthusiasts, like Jack. I know that Jack had hoped to sell his remaining games in large lots. Alas, piecemeal sales are more likely and he has probably acknowledged that reality by now.
    The only game which consumed more of my restoration time than this Spot Bowler was my EM Whoa Nellie (Continental Cafe conversion). Who can resist a Spot Bowler, even a half-dead one? Apparently, not me.

    Beautiful Spot Bowler, I found mine in horrible condition too. But don’t have the pf touch up skills you have, so just removed the varnish, yes varnish from pf and keeping it well waxed. Also had to remove the blue paint from cab, back box and legs.

    #497 11 months ago
    Quoted from DCRand:

    Hi, I am owner, guessing that it is either model 1 or 2 as it appears there were two models of this game, and they may have had different cabs. Jay at ipbd is trying to sort it out. Bought this with Chicago Coin Swing in a package deal and can only keep one. Seller commented someone had talked about a coffee table conversion for it and didn’t want it to have that fate. So really hoping to find a home with someone who will restore it. I just don’t have room.

    Thank you for offering a very fair deal to someone who will keep it as it's intended use, A PINBALL TABLE, not a coffee table.

    Finally, welcome to the thread. It's a beautiful game. I hope you can find an interested buyer with the right skill-set to bring it back to life. You're in a good place for such a search.

    #498 11 months ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    P.S. The cabinet looks like it's different than the promo photos for this game:

    ...and the images uploaded to IPDB:

    Just curious if anyone knows what game this cabinet:

    ...was originally paired with.
    P.P.S. Looks like the backbox is original:

    Ryan,

    Good eye. Just found the label in pic below inside side cabinet door. So I have a Beauty of a Triumph. What the heck do I do with this machine? I really can't keep it and would be a shame to part it out or have it junked. Any ideas?

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    #499 11 months ago
    Quoted from DCRand:

    Ryan,
    Good eye. Just found the label in pic below inside side cabinet door. So I have a Beauty of a Triumph. What the heck do I do with this machine? I really can't keep it and would be a shame to part it out or have it junked. Any ideas?

    There are some Facebook groups you could post to. If you want some help with that, please let me know. I'd be happy to help post on your behalf if you're not on Facebook. Perhaps that would get it in front of some more non-coffee table enthusiasts eyes.

    It really is a beauty!

    #500 11 months ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    I heard back from Jay at IPDB already. Despite STILL being in the throws of correcting the site mishap of this past week, he's still returning my email. Good guy. Anyhow, he rightfully pointed out that the pictures shown above were from a GENCO "Cadillac", not the conversion game by Sullivan Nolan. Darn it...thought we had another undocumented gem here. Oh well.
    Because I've Jay's astute observation, I've revised my original post.

    Hey Ryan...you had me confused with your first post...that game Jay had no pics of sure LOOKED alot like I remembered Cadillac looking like, and I sure thought I sent pics...glad it all got straightened out. )

    Sean

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