○ 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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    #201 1 year ago

    1938 Stoner "Chubbie"

    ebay.com link » Original Rare Antique Pinball Machine Chubbie 1938 Stoner Company Aurora Illin

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    #202 1 year ago

    A 1940's(?) Bally "Play Feature"

    ebay.com link » Very Rare 1940s Bally Play Feature Horse Racing Pinball Arcade Game

    The ad heading says "Very Rare" and I'm actually inclined to believe them for once...as I couldn't even find a listing for it on IPDB:

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    #203 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    A 1940's(?) Bally "Play Feature"
    ebay.com link » Very Rare 1940s Bally Play Feature Horse Racing Pinball Arcade Game
    The ad heading says "Very Rare" and I'm actually inclined to believe them for once...as I couldn't even find a listing for it on IPDB:

    It's a Bally Citation with an altered glass. Was talked about on the Bingo Forum a while back.

    #204 1 year ago

    I like that they used a similar font for 'Play' as used on 'Bally'.

    #205 1 year ago

    Here's a thing...

    dubuque.craigslist.org link

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    #206 1 year ago

    OMG...Just discovering this thread!
    Love this old classic stuff!
    Thank God, so far, all listings are to far from me.

    #207 1 year ago

    Merry Christmas:

    "1930's Whiffle Game Pinball"

    norfolk.craigslist.org link

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    #208 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    "1930's Whiffle Game Pinball"

    $1200 and its 3 times lower than the value and its missing the ball lift lololololo

    #209 1 year ago
    Quoted from way2wyrd:

    $1200 and its 3 times lower than the value and its missing the ball lift lololololo

    1930's parts...those should be easy to come by.

    Okay, here's another from the 30's, TRIGGIE(?):

    ebay.com link » Like

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    #210 1 year ago

    So here's another item of interest, a 1940 Bally "Vacation"

    muskegon.craigslist.org link

    There are no images or price on the c-list ad, but I contacted the seller, James, since he's sort of in my neck of the woods, and got some pictures and a price from him.

    $500 firm.

    It's not working, but a pretty cool lookin' game. I tried my diplomatic best to let him know that non-working flipperless games are a tough sell and that he's not likely to get his asking price. However, I also told him I'd try to help him by spreading the word. Here's hoping someone proves me wrong and saves this machine with an asking price. ...or does a better job of diplomatic haggling than I did. Here it is:

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    #211 1 year ago

    1937 Chicago Coin "Homerun"

    nh.craigslist.org link

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    #212 1 year ago

    Also...

    1943 United "Arizona"

    milwaukee.craigslist.org link

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    #213 1 year ago

    I like that home run

    #214 1 year ago
    Quoted from way2wyrd:

    I like that home run

    Still available...albeit several states away.

    #215 1 year ago

    Found a non working bingo in Barstow. Thing was trashed, 300, gone before i could call!
    Still hoping for a nice one in so cal eventully.

    #216 1 year ago

    The playfield says the name of this game is "Big Shot," but I couldn't find it on IPDB. Looks purely mechanical so I'm guessing it is from the 30's.

    ebay.com link » Like

    Any info on this one?

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    #217 1 year ago

    Ad says 1931 but IPDB says 1936. Regardless, it's a Rockola "Big Bank Nite"

    ebay.com link » Like

    ...and it has no photographs on IPDB! (I messaged the seller to ask if he would great permission to post these photos on IPDB.)

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    #218 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    ...and it has no photographs on IPDB! (I messaged the seller to ask if he would great permission to post these photos on IPDB.)

    Great news! I heard back from the seller...

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    ...and have uploaded his 8 images to IPDB.

    #219 1 year ago

    Thats great. May not be but a few left.

    #220 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    Regardless, it's a Rockola "Big Bank Nite"

    I sure would like to know how that 'Banknite Bank' meter works. Does it work like a clock every time points are scored? The same goes for that Tilt mechanism.

    The instructions look interesting too:

    6 BALLS 5¢
    ANY ONE LINE UP AND DOWN - 5 Skill Points
    ANY ONE LINE ACROSS - 6 Skill Points
    ANY ONE LINE LIKE THESE - 8 Skill Points (Diagonally)

    3 STARS WIN BANK

    1 REGISTER
    2 WINNING NUMBER
    3 PLAYER PRESENT

    SCORE VOID IF TILTED

    This game appears to be a lot more complicated than it looks at first glace. Very interesting!

    Just looked at the price. WOW! I won't be buying this one anytime soon!

    #221 1 year ago

    I didn’t see flippers or flipper buttons!

    1960's Pinball Machine

    The scoring counter does not work and it does not have flippers.

    It has a 10 cent vend.

    $350 OBO

    northernwi.craigslist.org link

    #222 1 year ago

    1932 Pierce "Hoop-er-doo"

    ebay.com link » 1942 Antique Nickel Coin Op Pinball Machine

    I mean, you kinda have to get this one for the name alone, right?

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    #223 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    I mean, you kinda have to get this one for the name alone, right?

    I've seen like 6 variations on this game. Never seen this one. It's probably 32 or 33 not 42

    #224 1 year ago
    Quoted from way2wyrd:

    I've seen like 6 variations on this game. Never seen this one. It's probably 32 or 33 not 42

    Ha-ha! Right. IPDB said '32, I corrected the listing here. Looks like a copy of Ballyhoo. I'm guessing that's why you've seen so many like it. But, hey, that listing is in your backyard, Jeff! Fort Worth!

    #225 1 year ago
    Quoted from northvibe:

    I didn’t see flippers or flipper buttons!
    1960's Pinball Machine
    The scoring counter does not work and it does not have flippers.
    It has a 10 cent vend.
    $350 OBO
    northernwi.craigslist.org link

    Thanks for the help on here, northvibe!

    #226 1 year ago
    Quoted from Pecos:

    I sure would like to know how that 'Banknite Bank' meter works.

    Amen, brother! Maybe I'll shoot that seller another message. I was awfully curious, too.

    #227 1 year ago

    Here's another in the Wisconsin area...ESCO Crossfire

    racine.craigslist.org link

    #228 1 year ago

    Here's a 1941 Genco "Victory"

    ebay.com link » Genco Mfg Co Not Inc 1941 Victory Usa Antique Pinball Machine Arcade Military

    Pretty beat, but...maybe in the right loving hands? *hopeful*

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    #229 1 year ago
    Quoted from setzkor:

    Here's another in the Wisconsin area...ESCO Crossfire
    racine.craigslist.org link

    Thanks for the post, Setzkor!!! I would not have found that one. Nice work!

    Looks like it's a 1947 Exhibit "Cross Fire"

    Man, were those flipperless Exhibit backglasses ever gorgeous. Seems like they were mandated to use every color of the rainbow. Haha! Love it.

    Odd thing about that ad, tho, is they've posted screen shots of the pictures (!??!) instead of the actual pictures themselves.

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    So weird. As my homie Pecos would say, "Proceed with caution."

    #230 1 year ago

    Ahhh, nice catch. Didn't notice that, just that they were bad pictures. That would be an awesome scam, talk about being after a very specific mark. Perhaps they figure someone coming after a flipperless for 600 would be less dangerous than somebody coming after a DMD for 1k???

    #231 1 year ago
    Quoted from setzkor:

    That would be an awesome scam, talk about being after a very specific mark.

    I thought about that, too. In all likelihood, its an older seller who couldn't find the folder for his photos. *shrugs*

    Anyhow, here's a REALLY NICE Gottlieb "Lucky Star":

    philadelphia.craigslist.org link

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    #232 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    Rockola "Big Bank Nite"

    Quoted from Pecos:

    I sure would like to know how that 'Banknite Bank' meter works.

    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    Maybe I'll shoot that seller another message.

    So I did message the seller and here's what I got back:

    "Hi ryan, I am just running the Estate sale at this location. Not really a pinball person. Just selling it. I will ask the son. The mom passed away and had the machine in her game room."

    - --- ------ --- -

    In other news, a 1946 Genco "Spellbound"

    kansascity.craigslist.org link

    No images in the ad, but I'll spare you the trip to IPDB:

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    #233 1 year ago

    At first I thought this 1932 Seeburg "Gold Coast":

    spacecoast.craigslist.org link

    ...might be a repeat listing of this ebay ad I previously posted...

    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    Happy Saturday.
    A neat old Seeburg table for your weekend:
    ebay.com link » Pinball Machine Seeburg Antique Pin Table Vintage Mechanical Wood Rail Marble

    ...however, since they are at opposite ends of the East Coast (the former in Maine, the latter in Florida) I'll assume they are not duplicates.

    Also, while that ebay listing I posted a while back has ended, it has been relisted here:

    ebay.com link » Pinball Machine Seeburg Antique Pin Table Vintage Mechanical Wood Rail Marble

    ...and currently sits at a 99cent bid.

    Good luck meeting the reserve!

    #234 1 year ago

    I'm guessing this ad:

    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    A 1939 Exhibit "Flash" is buried in this ad:
    nh.craigslist.org link

    ...got relisted as this ad:

    nh.craigslist.org link

    ...with a different picture?

    Expired pic:

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    Current pic:

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    #235 1 year ago

    And just in case you haven't had enough harkening back to previous ads, I believe the seller of this...

    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    REALLY NICE Gottlieb "Lucky Star":

    philadelphia.craigslist.org link

    ...is also selling the machines on either side of it, both in pretty amazing original condition. First...

    1939 Chicago Coin "O' Boy":

    philadelphia.craigslist.org link

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    Then a 1939 Chicago Coin "Majors":

    philadelphia.craigslist.org link

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    Man, these games...

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    #236 1 year ago

    1937 Chicago Coin "Dux":

    winstonsalem.craigslist.org link

    Wows, a couple things...

    1) I think these photos are better than those on IPDB (to that end, I attempted to contact the seller...let's hope they take the same stance as the "Big Bank Nite" seller)

    2) This looks like it has a similar mechanic as that Chicago Coin "Mars" listed on eBay a little while back that had us all salivating. In the backglass there's a pair of ducks (dux...ha!) that rotate into view. Bumpers score when birds are in view and turn off when not visible. So cool and theme appropriate. Additionally, from this picture of the backglass it appears to also (like "Mars") have a multi-tiered backglass(!!!)

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    Unfortunately, it looks like the background artwork in the backbox is gone, though. Regardless, wows again.

    #237 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    1937 Chicago Coin "Dux":

    who do i know in the Carolinas hmmmm--

    #238 1 year ago
    Quoted from way2wyrd:

    who do i know in the Carolinas hmmmm--

    GET IT!!!

    #239 1 year ago

    Okay, I'm about to leave on a 4-day trip to go pick up a flipperless gem of my own. I'll report once I'm back, but all that to say...you might need to take care of this place in my absence.

    In the meantime, here's another beauty and my farewell (until next week) ad...

    1940 Genco "Blondie":

    stlouis.craigslist.org link

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    #240 1 year ago

    Has anyone looked at the Big Game in the pinside marjket

    https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/for-sale-big-game-2

    #241 1 year ago

    Okay, I lied...and I'm addicted. One more before bed.

    1937 Bally "Skipper":

    madison.craigslist.org link

    This one looks VERY very clean, plug-and-play, and sports dual projection units(!!!). *drools* Looks like it's had an alternate color scheme painted on it's cab at some point, which I actually quite like.

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    It's true. The light/blue/grey goes with the backglass and playfield a lot more harmoniously than the original brick red. But peep those individually hand painted dots on the cab. Ha-ha! Those...I could do without. Nit-pick, nit-pick...here it be:

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    #242 1 year ago

    The Big Parade, 1941. $350 Exhibit Supply Company

    sfbay.craigslist.org link

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    #243 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    The playfield says the name of this game is "Big Shot," but I couldn't find it on IPDB. Looks purely mechanical so I'm guessing it is from the 30's.

    "Previous owner purchased it in Las Vegas around 1930.
    The machine was used by her and her husband for approximately 8 years until her husband died. It then went into storage. I received it in 1972 and again it went into storage. It has been covered and stored since.
    It has the original balls. The ball loader and plunger both work; the coin mechanism is able to be pushed in and pulled out to drop the balls with no coin. It was fixed this way for the elderly couple and believe it can be restored to its original operation requiring a coin of a nickle ($.05)
    The red door in the front has a lock to access the change box, but the key that came with it does not open the access panel.
    Don't know what battery is needed to operate the two tilt lights because I've never taken any part of it apart.
    The unit is all wood with a glass top and has bolts to secure the legs to the body of the game machine. It's in good condition for its age.

    Game Name: Big Shot
    Approximate measurements:
    2 feet wide
    46 inches long from front to back
    44 inches high at the far end
    42 inches at the near (player) end"

    $400 - inlandempire.craigslist.org link

    #244 1 year ago
    Quoted from Pecos:

    "Previous owner purchased it in Las Vegas around 1930.
    The machine was used by her and her husband for approximately 8 years until her husband died. It then went into storage. I received it in 1972 and again it went into storage. It has been covered and stored since.
    It has the original balls. The ball loader and plunger both work; the coin mechanism is able to be pushed in and pulled out to drop the balls with no coin. It was fixed this way for the elderly couple and believe it can be restored to its original operation requiring a coin of a nickle ($.05)
    The red door in the front has a lock to access the change box, but the key that came with it does not open the access panel.
    Don't know what battery is needed to operate the two tilt lights because I've never taken any part of it apart.
    The unit is all wood with a glass top and has bolts to secure the legs to the body of the game machine. It's in good condition for its age.
    Game Name: Big Shot
    Approximate measurements:
    2 feet wide
    46 inches long from front to back
    44 inches high at the far end
    42 inches at the near (player) end"
    $400 - inlandempire.craigslist.org link

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    This looks like it on ipdb.
    Great thread love seeing these oldies. I would love to have a Rockola game if the opportunity ever arises

    #245 1 year ago
    Quoted from Snorzel:

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    This looks like it on ipdb.
    Great thread love seeing these oldies. I would love to have a Rockola game if the opportunity ever arises

    Similar, but there are a few differences. Graphics, tilt etc.

    #246 1 year ago

    Not mine but here is one on Seattle's Craigslist.

    seattle.craigslist.org link

    #247 1 year ago

    HI AGAIN!

    Quoted from Pecos:

    The Big Parade, 1941. $350 Exhibit Supply Company
    sfbay.craigslist.org link

    Quoted from Tyamry:

    Not mine but here is one on Seattle's Craigslist.
    seattle.craigslist.org link

    Pecos & Tyamry, thanks for posting here in my absence. Keep 'em comin'!

    Also...

    1936 Jennings "Daily Limit"

    ebay.com link » 1936 Jennings Daily Limit Payout Pinball Machine

    ...coincidentally, another machine with VERY few pictures (1) on IPDB.

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    Love that metallic-gold playfield!

    #248 1 year ago

    1935 Automatic Industries "Dealer"

    ebay.com link » Like

    Jimeney...I'm starting to think we might need to make form an UnscrupulousIPDB.org to house all these found images, cause it sure would take a lot of time to ask each of these sellers for permission to post. Maybe that's what this thread is becoming. Ha-ha! Just for instance, here's another game with only a single black and white ad image for the game:

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    ...when there are a couple handfuls of reasonable-quality, full-color images just waiting to be preserved:

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    Sooooo...who wants to contact this seller for permission and upload 'em to IPDB.

    #249 1 year ago
    Quoted from RyanClaytor:

    1935 Automatic Industries "Dealer"
    ebay.com link » Like
    Jimeney...I'm starting to think we might need to make form an UnscrupulousIPDB.org to house all these found images, cause it sure would take a lot of time to ask each of these sellers for permission to post. Maybe that's what this thread is becoming. Ha-ha! Just for instance, here's another game with only a single black and white ad image for the game:

    ...when there are a couple handfuls of reasonable-quality, full-color images just waiting to be preserved:

    Sooooo...who wants to contact this seller for permission and upload 'em to IPDB.

    It's better to just send a link to the ads to Jay at the IPDB. He has to contact them directly for permission to post the photos. Some folks will not give permission for various reasons while others are very happy to and will sometimes send other detailed photos to Jay.

    #250 1 year ago

    Check out the amazing Rockola Army Navy for sale
    https://www.facebook.com/prewarpinball/

    --Jeff

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