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EM : Show us your EM Pinball Machines!

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#13751 82 days ago

Where there's a Bill, there is always a way. Especially when there is a deal to be had! No van, no problem.

But I can't tell you what he paid for it. It might make you all cry.

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#13752 81 days ago
Quoted from o-din:

A buddy of mine just sent this pic of his latest out of town score.
I'm enthused! I told him bring it to me...
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Was he going to launch it from the boat ramp and maybe sail around for a while?

#13753 81 days ago
Quoted from RCA1:

Was he going to launch it from the boat ramp and maybe sail around for a while?

He is on vacation. At least there is water there.

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#13754 81 days ago

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#13755 78 days ago

We are new to owning a pinball machine. My husband’s boss gave us this and I am so excited about it. It has an extremely loud knock to it when we plug it in but everything is functional. Hoping to get that knock figured out and fix it up a bit!

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#13756 78 days ago

Focused on building a great 70’s Gottlieb
Collection…added 8th this weekend.
Welcome home Princess.

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#13757 77 days ago

This happened today. I found a guy who had bought a storage unit full of games, and I helped facilitate a deal between him and the company I work for. We bought the lot. 18 beautiful EMs, all in cherry condition (for the most part). Didnt get a pic of all the truckloads but heres the main one. Pic included of the game list. Also got 4 Wurlitzer and 1 Rock Ola jukeboxes. Theyve clearly been sitting for a whole so theyll need work. Im gonna take a couple games home for myself

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#13759 77 days ago

DING! Ding.

#13760 77 days ago

I realized looking back at the list that I mistyped. Only one fireball! What's funny is that I drive past the storage unit every day for work. These were right under my nose the whole time. Makes me dream about the other storage units full of games still out there waiting to be unearthed.

#13761 77 days ago
Quoted from Knxwledge:

I realized looking back at the list that I mistyped. Only one fireball! What's funny is that I drive past the storage unit every day for work. These were right under my nose the whole time. Makes me dream about the other storage units full of games still out there waiting to be unearthed.

You missed one Bally, the white cab with green and black.

EDIT: Damn dude you have an Alligator or Gator. That is one of my favorite Zale designs!

https://pinside.com/pinball/machine/gator

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#13762 67 days ago

Just finished this Bronco a couple nights ago and it went home with its new owner today.

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#13763 65 days ago
Quoted from dagger:

Bringing this Bally Bow and Arrow back to life.
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Funny I’ve been doing the same thing. Don’t have pics yet, but mines up and playing, although not scoring right on the bonus and alternates between starting a four player game and starting a one player game but stuck on ball one. Will get it eventually. Hope you enjoy yours.

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#13764 52 days ago

Just finished this Aladdin's Castle up today. This game is really fun. I LOVE the horseshoe shot! And the spinner on the opposite side. Fast playing game.

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#13765 51 days ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

"Darts" is the only Williams game which was produced in both woodrail and "styling of the sixties" cabinets.

JR,

Do you know anything about who prompted Williams to start design on the short-lived "Styling of the Sixties" cabinet and who worked with Williams to create the cabinet?

It didn't last long, was copied by two companies for other games, but was a transition to the metal rail games of the 1960's.

Whatever light you can shine on it would be helpful.

#13766 51 days ago
Quoted from budafam:

We are new to owning a pinball machine. My husband’s boss gave us this and I am so excited about it. It has an extremely loud knock to it when we plug it in but everything is functional. Hoping to get that knock figured out and fix it up a bit!
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Something is activating the match/extra ball feature. Does it play like normal after the initial plug-in?

#13767 50 days ago
Quoted from OldHockeyGuy:

JR,
Do you know anything about who prompted Williams to start design on the short-lived "Styling of the Sixties" cabinet and who worked with Williams to create the cabinet?
It didn't last long, was copied by two companies for other games, but was a transition to the metal rail games of the 1960's.
Whatever light you can shine on it would be helpful.

I don't have the slightest idea. It wasn't a very good idea though.

#13768 50 days ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

I don't have the slightest idea. It wasn't a very good idea though.

The one thing that has been suggested, is that the extended front of the game prevented the door from being kicked in.

#13769 50 days ago
Quoted from Darcy:

The one thing that has been suggested, is that the extended front of the game prevented the door from being kicked in.

more importantly, a shelf to hold your beer or coke or pack of cigs.

#13770 50 days ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

I don't have the slightest idea. It wasn't a very good idea though.

Knowing nothing about Williams "Styling of the Sixties" or what it looked like, I did a search and found this video shows the cabinet and talks a little bit about it.

#13771 49 days ago
Quoted from Scottopus:

Knowing nothing about Williams "Styling of the Sixties" or what it looked like, I did a search and found this video shows the cabinet and talks a little bit about it.

Thanks!

#13772 49 days ago

Sorry to post in this thread, but I figured you EMers would be able to answer this. I'm looking at some EMs stuffed into a storage unit where I can't fully access the pins and the EMs are broken in two. But I do have photos of two that I can't identify and I'm looking for their titles. Based on these photos, can someone recognize the PF and cabinet to identify this pin or pins?

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#13773 49 days ago
Quoted from JOESCHALL:

Sorry to post in this thread, but I figured you EMers would be able to answer this. I'm looking at some EMs stuffed into a storage unit where I can't fully access the pins and the EMs are broken in two. But I do have photos of two that I can't identify and I'm looking for their titles. Based on these photos, can someone recognize the PF and cabinet to identify this pin or pins?
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Gottlieb Preview and Williams Alien Poker

#13774 48 days ago
Quoted from Bonk:

Gottlieb Preview and Williams Alien Poker

Perfect. Thank you!

One last question: Can anyone point me to an EM thread where I might get a sense of some value of a complete Palisades? That's another of the titles found in this storage unit that I can actually get a full look at, but there is no value for it on pinside. I have to assume it has project status.

#13775 48 days ago
Quoted from JOESCHALL:

sense of some value of a complete Palisades?

I would say $400-800 depending on condition
this is based in part of Mr Pinball Price guide from a few years ago.

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#13776 48 days ago
Quoted from pinwiztom:

I would say $400-800 depending on condition
this is based in part of Mr Pinball Price guide from a few years ago.

Very good. Thank you!

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#13777 45 days ago

After months of work and the help of a lot of kind people in this community, my 1972 Flying Carpet restoration is finally complete!
From a warehouse where it barely worked and was not the prettiest to look at, to a finely tuned and beautiful (even just sitting there, not playing) machine.
And boy does she ever play fast! I'm running leveled 27 3/8" legs in the front, 31" in the back and "high tapped" for a little extra power and challenge!

Many thanks to Ken Head, Ron Webb and Chris Zumwalt for their time, talent and resources in helping me with my first (of many upcoming) EM restores.
Here's a (not so) short list of the work completed over the past three months:
- Cleaned, touched up, mylar removal and waxing playfield
- Restored previous owners' "attempt" of the cabinet paint job
- Reinforced failing bottom cabinet with repurposed panel and sheet metal assembly from a 1965 "Ice Revue"
- Restored original apron and shooter gauge
- Rebuilt score units
- Refurbished and restored entire coin door and mechanism from a doner 1975 "Fast Draw"
- Restored and new coin entrance and shooter assembly (PBR)
- Brand new back glass (Ron Webb)
- Brand new full plastic set (Chris Zumwalt & Ken Head)
- Color matched themed posts (Andy and Chrissy via Rocket City Pinball)
- Full LED lighting kit
- New target decals
- New rubbers
- New pop bumper caps
- Rebuilt and new flipper assembly and flippers
- Refurbished / recalibrated Total Play Meter
- Refurbished cabinet glass channels
- New back box rear door
- New playfield lock channel bar
- NOS power switch cover
... and finally, a new certification label (06190)

If you've read this far, thank you. Here are some photos to illustrate the before and after.
(The first four are the "before", the rest "after")

*Yes, that's an original Ken Head "HeadsUp" Abra Ca Dabra restoration sitting next to the Flying Carpet. My inspiration for this project.

I really appreciate all the support and notes along the way!

Gary
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#13778 45 days ago
Quoted from garyinmotion:

After months of work and the help of a lot of kind people in this community, my 1972 Flying Carpet restoration is finally complete!
From a warehouse where it barely worked and was not the prettiest to look at, to a finely tuned and beautiful (even just sitting there, not playing) machine.
And boy does she ever play fast! I'm running leveled 28" legs in the front, 31" in the back and "high tapped" for a little extra power and challenge!
Many thanks to Ken Head, Ron Webb and Chris Zumwalt for their time, talent and resources in helping me with my first (of many upcoming) EM restores.
Here's a (not so) short list of the work completed over the past three months:
- Cleaned, touched up, mylar removal and waxing playfield
- Restored previous owners' "attempt" of the cabinet paint job
- Reinforced failing bottom cabinet with repurposed panel and sheet metal assembly from a 1965 "Ice Revue"
- Restored original apron and shooter gauge
- Rebuilt score units
- Refurbished and restored entire coin door and mechanism from a doner 1975 "Fast Draw"
- Restored and new coin entrance and shooter assembly (PBR)
- Brand new back glass (Ron Webb)
- Brand new full plastic set (Chris Zumwalt & Ken Head)
- Color matched themed posts (Andy and Chrissy via Rocket City Pinball)
- Full LED lighting kit
- New target decals
- New rubbers
- New pop bumper caps
- Rebuilt and new flipper assembly and flippers
- Refurbished / recalibrated Total Play Meter
- Refurbished cabinet glass channels
- New back box rear door
- New playfield lock channel bar
- NOS power switch cover
... and finally, a new certification label (06190)
If you've read this far, thank you. Here are some photos to illustrate the before and after.
(The first four are the "before", the rest "after")
*Yes, that's an original Ken Head "HeadsUp" Abra Ca Dabra restoration sitting next to the Flying Carpet. My inspiration for this project.
I really appreciate all the support and notes along the way!
Gary
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Not one of my favorite games, but an excellent restoration!

#13779 45 days ago
Quoted from garyinmotion:

After months of work and the help of a lot of kind people in this community, my 1972 Flying Carpet restoration is finally complete!
From a warehouse where it barely worked and was not the prettiest to look at, to a finely tuned and beautiful (even just sitting there, not playing) machine.
And boy does she ever play fast! I'm running leveled 28" legs in the front, 31" in the back and "high tapped" for a little extra power and challenge!
Many thanks to Ken Head, Ron Webb and Chris Zumwalt for their time, talent and resources in helping me with my first (of many upcoming) EM restores.
Here's a (not so) short list of the work completed over the past three months:
- Cleaned, touched up, mylar removal and waxing playfield
- Restored previous owners' "attempt" of the cabinet paint job
- Reinforced failing bottom cabinet with repurposed panel and sheet metal assembly from a 1965 "Ice Revue"
- Restored original apron and shooter gauge
- Rebuilt score units
- Refurbished and restored entire coin door and mechanism from a doner 1975 "Fast Draw"
- Restored and new coin entrance and shooter assembly (PBR)
- Brand new back glass (Ron Webb)
- Brand new full plastic set (Chris Zumwalt & Ken Head)
- Color matched themed posts (Andy and Chrissy via Rocket City Pinball)
- Full LED lighting kit
- New target decals
- New rubbers
- New pop bumper caps
- Rebuilt and new flipper assembly and flippers
- Refurbished / recalibrated Total Play Meter
- Refurbished cabinet glass channels
- New back box rear door
- New playfield lock channel bar
- NOS power switch cover
... and finally, a new certification label (06190)
If you've read this far, thank you. Here are some photos to illustrate the before and after.
(The first four are the "before", the rest "after")
*Yes, that's an original Ken Head "HeadsU" Abra Ca Dabra restoration sitting next to the Flying Carpet. My inspiration for this project.
I really appreciate all the support and notes along the way!
Gary
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Wow! Well done sir! Beautiful game.

#13780 45 days ago
Quoted from garyinmotion:

After months of work and the help of a lot of kind people in this community, my 1972 Flying Carpet restoration is finally complete!
From a warehouse where it barely worked and was not the prettiest to look at, to a finely tuned and beautiful (even just sitting there, not playing) machine.
And boy does she ever play fast! I'm running leveled 28" legs in the front, 31" in the back and "high tapped" for a little extra power and challenge!
Many thanks to Ken Head, Ron Webb and Chris Zumwalt for their time, talent and resources in helping me with my first (of many upcoming) EM restores.
Here's a (not so) short list of the work completed over the past three months:
- Cleaned, touched up, mylar removal and waxing playfield
- Restored previous owners' "attempt" of the cabinet paint job
- Reinforced failing bottom cabinet with repurposed panel and sheet metal assembly from a 1965 "Ice Revue"
- Restored original apron and shooter gauge
- Rebuilt score units
- Refurbished and restored entire coin door and mechanism from a doner 1975 "Fast Draw"
- Restored and new coin entrance and shooter assembly (PBR)
- Brand new back glass (Ron Webb)
- Brand new full plastic set (Chris Zumwalt & Ken Head)
- Color matched themed posts (Andy and Chrissy via Rocket City Pinball)
- Full LED lighting kit
- New target decals
- New rubbers
- New pop bumper caps
- Rebuilt and new flipper assembly and flippers
- Refurbished / recalibrated Total Play Meter
- Refurbished cabinet glass channels
- New back box rear door
- New playfield lock channel bar
- NOS power switch cover
... and finally, a new certification label (06190)
If you've read this far, thank you. Here are some photos to illustrate the before and after.
(The first four are the "before", the rest "after")
*Yes, that's an original Ken Head "HeadsUp" Abra Ca Dabra restoration sitting next to the Flying Carpet. My inspiration for this project.
I really appreciate all the support and notes along the way!
Gary
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Abra ca dabra is one of the best EMs ever made. Both look good, however

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#13781 45 days ago

Slick Chick comes home. Sold this game to a friend a few years back, missed it the day it was gone. A few weeks ago it came back went through a PF tear down, deep clean and a mechanical refresh. Thanks again to Steve Young for the ring kit and new decals for the targets. I am trying to find room to fit it in my truck for the PNW show it is playing very nice.

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#13782 43 days ago

just putting the final touches on a gottlieb grande domino from 1968. this is the add a ball version made for italy.

has a 'extra ball launch' below the flippers. so when an extra ball is won, once the ball is lost it is launched back up the playfield.

it's a pretty cool feature.

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#13783 43 days ago
Quoted from Judoratt:

Slick Chick comes home. Sold this game to a friend a few years back, missed it the day it was gone. A few weeks ago it came back went through a PF tear down, deep clean and a mechanical refresh. Thanks again to Steve Young for the ring kit and new decals for the targets. I am trying to find room to fit it in my truck for the PNW show it is playing very nice.
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Nice work! Hope to play at the show this weekend!

#13784 43 days ago
Quoted from illawarra92:

just putting the final touches on a gottlieb grande domino from 1968. this is the add a ball version made for italy.
has a 'extra ball launch' below the flippers. so when an extra ball is won, once the ball is lost it is launched back up the playfield.
it's a pretty cool feature.[quoted image][quoted image][quoted image]

Same game as "Play Mates", except for that relaunch feature. I've had several of them.
What's the window in the guitar case? Is that the extra ball counter?

#13785 43 days ago
Quoted from illawarra92:

just putting the final touches on a gottlieb grande domino from 1968. this is the add a ball version made for italy.
has a 'extra ball launch' below the flippers. so when an extra ball is won, once the ball is lost it is launched back up the playfield.
it's a pretty cool feature.[quoted image][quoted image][quoted image]

Williams Post Time had the same feature which I thought was unique. Operator could turn on/off feature.

#13786 43 days ago

Bally "King Rex" as well. Had one once. When the feature was turned on (Italian mode), the words "extra balls" would not be illuminated.
Only the five hieroglyphs which represent extra balls would light.

#13787 42 days ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Same game as "Play Mates", except for that relaunch feature. I've had several of them.
What's the window in the guitar case? Is that the extra ball counter?

the backglass is a reproduction, it was a mistake that i didn't pickup that wasn't noticed until it arrived.

#13788 42 days ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Bally "King Rex" as well. Had one once. When the feature was turned on (Italian mode), the words "extra balls" would not be illuminated.
Only the five hieroglyphs which represent extra balls would light.

Thanks, JR! The Silverball Museum in Asbury Park has this striking cubist "angular people" modern art game. Its description is this:
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The artwork for this game was done by Christian Marche:

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#13789 40 days ago

Here's a beauty! Purchased last fall and just now getting to lay hands on it for the first time. Had to drive 1600 miles to get her but definitely worth the trip. I'm in love.

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#13790 25 days ago

Picked this one up today. Beautiful game.

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#13791 25 days ago
Quoted from crujones4life:

Picked this one up today. Beautiful game.
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Score inflation was rampant back then.

#13792 24 days ago
Quoted from ElectroMagnetic:

Score inflation was rampant back then.

Currency fluctuations. The peseta was weak back then.

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#13793 23 days ago

Finished this one up today. Player's condition for sure. But working as it should.

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#13794 23 days ago

Last stop on the line… new home!

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#13795 23 days ago

Cool. crujones4life is that Monaco the same playfield layout as Space Mission?

#13796 23 days ago
Quoted from DanMarino:

Cool. crujones4life is that Monaco the same playfield layout as Space Mission?

Close. Not exactly the same though.

#13797 23 days ago
Quoted from DanMarino:

Cool. crujones4life is that Monaco the same playfield layout as Space Mission?

Yes, it does have the same layout.

I laughed hard about this years ago... I have a Space Odyssey myself, and one time while helping my mom clean out the attic in her new home we found a manual for a Segasa Monaco hiding away in all the crap that the previous owner had left behind.

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#13798 22 days ago

Just finished clean wax and shop out of Royal Flush. A little over 5 years since last shop out. Game play is really improved.

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#13799 22 days ago
Quoted from Judoratt:

Just finished clean wax and shop out of Royal Flush. A little over 5 years since last shop out. Game play is really improved.
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Man that game is CLEAN! Look at those reds and yellows!

#13800 21 days ago

Looks great, Bert!

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