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Can anyone identify this machine

By Texas-Mark

7 days ago


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#1 7 days ago

May be a long shot asking, but does anyone recognize this cabinet. I "think" it was a baseball machine, but am not certain. It is definitely from before 1972.

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#2 7 days ago

looks like Williams art style.

#3 7 days ago

Yes it does, but I'm not having any luck matching it. Also, someone else is remembering it as a car racing game. LOL

#4 7 days ago
Quoted from Texas-Mark:

May be a long shot asking, but does anyone recognize this cabinet. I "think" it was a baseball machine, but am not certain. It is definitely from before 1972.
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It’s not a baseball pitch and bat since his hands are on flippers.

#5 7 days ago
Quoted from bluespin:

It’s not a baseball pitch and bat since his hands are on flippers.

I think it's a single player too looking at the black surround on the head and general head size but not 100 % sure.

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#6 7 days ago

Lunar Shot, Williams, 1967
https://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?id=1501

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#7 7 days ago

Actually have the glass for that one. Don’t really think many were made

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#8 7 days ago

Wow, we were not even close. LOL. Thanks a lot!! We have been trying to figure this out for days (after looking at some old pictures).

#9 7 days ago
Quoted from ReadyPO:

Lunar Shot, Williams, 1967
https://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?id=1501
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Excellent!

#10 7 days ago
Quoted from Electrocute:

Don’t really think many were made

It's a special add-a-ball model for Italy. Gottlieb models for Italy were made in pretty good quantities. Williams probably wasn't so fortunate, and they did not continue making special Italian models.
.................David Marston

#11 7 days ago

The other great thing about that picture is the 70s “Keep on Truckin” poster. Remember it well along with the song by Eddie Kendricks.

#12 6 days ago
Quoted from dmarston:

It's a special add-a-ball model for Italy. Gottlieb models for Italy were made in pretty good quantities. Williams probably wasn't so fortunate, and they did not continue making special Italian models.
.................David Marston

It’s an oddity, purchased it on eBay with some other OEM glasses.

#13 3 days ago
Quoted from ReadyPO:

Lunar Shot, Williams, 1967
https://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?id=1501
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I knew someone from the "visual quiz show" thread would get this.

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