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1962 Liberty Belle playfield glass size

By NextoPin

9 years ago


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#1 9 years ago

http://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?id=1438

My friend just picked one of these up but the glass was broke. I have a spare piece from my BK2K that I was going to give him, anyone know the dimensions for Liberty Belle?

Thank you.

#2 9 years ago

Your spare glass should work. Standard glass fits wood rails to DMD era. 21" x 43" x 3/16".

#3 9 years ago

Thank you Alex, I'll let him know.

#4 9 years ago

Thanks AlexF. NextoPin really really really wants me to get this workin and come over and play it

#5 9 years ago

I don't know about all that, but I would like to try it, and if a piece of old glass will help then I'll offer it up for the cause.

When he turns it on, the cam just keeps spinning. all the reels are at zero so maybe that's a good sign. it could also be that it doesn't have a pinball in it, duh.

Maybe dave will post a pic when he gets it going.

#6 9 years ago

This is what it looked like when we got it
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#7 9 years ago

It will be nice to get a tempered upgrade.

#8 9 years ago

I'm not actually positive that the glass I'm giving him is tempered, It's from my choggard pin, so who knows, but it will get him by until he can get a proper piece. The playfield looks pretty nice, and he got a brand new set of chrome legs with it! Backglass is a flaky as a high school science teacher.

#9 9 years ago
Quoted from AlexF:

Standard glass fits wood rails to DMD era. 21" x 43" x 3/16".

Hey Alex, my Magic Clock seems to be wider than the normal size, but not quite a widebody. You know, the futuristic cabinet with the built in beverage bar. Have you noticed this on yours?

#10 9 years ago

Hmm, I'm not sure. It's possible. I know there were a few exceptions to the rule out there but I always assumed my Jungle was standard. It's one of the few games I've bought in the last few years that even had a real glass in it. Usually they are missing entirely or have plexi it seems.

#11 9 years ago
Quoted from AlexF:

I always assumed my Jungle was standard.

If it is the same as MC, it may be an inch to two wider. I will have STI come to your place, bring it to me, and I will measure it for you.

#12 9 years ago

Heh, I'd miss it O-din but I know it would have a happy home.

#13 9 years ago
Quoted from AlexF:

Heh, I'd miss it O-din but I know it would have a happy home.

Very happy indeed! Then I will have a place for both whisky and beers.

#14 9 years ago

I just measured and Jungles glass does appear to be a bit wider. So no need to send it to Ca.

#15 9 years ago
Quoted from AlexF:

I just measured and Jungles glass does appear to be a bit wider. So no need to send it to Ca.

But I feel the need.

#16 9 years ago

I want to add one of these to every cab I own! Totally futuristic!

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#17 9 years ago

That's O-din's machine. Check out his drink holder.

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#18 9 years ago

That is very cool, don't you hit you knees on it when you are playing? If I had one it would be broke off from the kids standing on it lol.

I'll take a double if you're serving.

#19 9 years ago

Nah, it doesn't feel awkward when you're playing. It's actually perfect for small kids. Now that my grandson is 3 he likes to sit on a bar stool and set his feet on the shelf.

#20 9 years ago
Quoted from AlexF:

Nah, it doesn't feel awkward when you're playing.

Getting legs on and off of these takes more effort and thought though.

#21 9 years ago

I was wondering where I left my drink.

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#22 9 years ago

I still don't know if the glass fits because someone, possibly named FunTimeWithDave, hasn't come to get it

#23 9 years ago
Quoted from AlexF:

That's O-din's machine. Check out his drink holder.

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Got some Coke in with the JD I see. Nuthin' wrong with that!

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#24 9 years ago

Hey Dave, how about a pic of that machine with the glass installed?

#25 9 years ago
Quoted from NextoPin:

That is very cool, don't you hit you knees on it when you are playing?

No, that usually comes later.

#26 9 years ago

It's a nice place for your lady to sit while you are playing.

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