(Topic ID: 300036)

Dirtiest playfield ever?

By Sea_Wolf

40 days ago


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#1 40 days ago

This one might be the worst I’ve seen in awhile.

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/241434131219468/

#2 40 days ago

Good Lord, kill that with fire....but save the coin door first.

#3 40 days ago

Knew you were gonna post that. It was post a day or so ago in the project thread.
Terrible

#4 40 days ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

Knew you were gonna post that. It was post a day or so ago in the project thread.
Terrible

I missed that post. I was looking at local pins and came across that. You’d think they could at least made an attempt to get a little of that black (mold?) off before posting it. Yikes

#5 40 days ago

Buy this pinball machine. Also this pinball machine is going to need a new pinball machine.

#6 40 days ago
Quoted from Gotpins:

Good Lord, kill that with fire....but save the coin door first.

And the back door. If it has one.

#7 40 days ago

That one is just down the street from me. You know prices are crazy when stuff like this is listed for $700, and they probably have multiple people trying to beat their door down to buy. It obviously spent some time outdoors in the rain. And that's mold. I like the condition "used-fair". Fair for firewood I guess.
With the parts available this could be made to look new if you wanted

#8 40 days ago

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Holy shit that's bad

#10 39 days ago

It's as if someone dumped the hepa filter on it after 10 years of use.

#11 39 days ago

The amazing part is that it actually seems to have a nice sheet of glass on it.. lol

#12 39 days ago
Quoted from chad:

It's as if someone dumped the hepa filter on it after 10 years of use.

The posts on here are cracking me up.

#13 39 days ago

My favorite part is that there appears to be a playfield rubber laying between the slingshots and flippers but it hard to tell because of all the soot on top of it.

#14 39 days ago

We need to crowd source the restoration of this game.

#15 39 days ago

One of my competitors had an NBA Fastbreak on route at a local theater years ago that had a Playfield that was almost that dirty-sans the soot piles. You seriously couldn’t see the inserts. If it weren’t for an EF5, it would probably still be on route…in the same condition.

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