1970 Bally Double-UP
Although my EM preference over the last few years has been Gottlieb woodrails, I do like to have a variety of different metal rail manufacturers in my collection and always have my eye out for an interesting or unique game. This hobby has cursed me…each time I say that I’m not going to buy anymore, another one calls out to me.
Yesterday, I found my first Ted Zale/Christian Marche “pointy people” game. Seller had sent two pix to intrigue me and I was pleased to see that the game was in great original shape. Already started the shopping and refurbishing with Russ Snyder/Pinrescue, and, thus far, it is noted that most of the game is solid and won’t be an extensive project. A few silly hacks are evident, but will be corrected. Glass, cabinet and playfield were well caredfor, original coin box, coin mechs work, and will certainly clean up well. Pix are “as found” Will send final pix and a video of the game playing when done.