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For sale: 1970s EM parts - numerous -

By 890khz

5 years ago

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#1 5 years ago


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1970s EM parts - numerous -

Added: June 10th, 2015 Ended: April 10th, 2017


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I've been trying to trim back some of my spare pinball parts pile. Below, I've listed some parts that I've got for sale or trade:

1979 Bally Coin Door Coin Entry chutes [2] & Holder brackets for coin acceptors [2] - make offer,

Three early/mid 70s Williams Stepper Units (one is a coin Unit) - $5 each,

Three early/mid 70s Williams "Single target" drop target assemblies (targets missing) - $5 each,

Bally early 70s Credit Unit (one coil missing) - $15,

1970s Bally Coin Box with lid [It's dimensions are 11 7/16" wide, 8 3/16" deep (as measured from top of the box back lip to front lip}, and 3 9/16" tall] - $20,

Williams early/mid 70s Switch Bank (with 115V coils) - $15,

Two 1970s Williams EM Coin Box lids - $5 each,

Two Switch Bank Assys (appear to be Gottlieb design, but black steel finish, not annodized gold finish or steel, like Gottlieb usually is) - $10 each,

Numerous relays, including a light box 10s/100s/1000s relay board with relays mounted (Complete assy) - $15,

1973 Gottlieb Hot Shot Wiring Diagram - $5,

1948 Bally Yanks light box (no backglass) - $175,

1970 Gottlieb "Snow Queen" light box (backglass excellent shape, and guts complete, but Light box only. Light Box exterior painted white) - $200,

1976 Bally "Flip Flop" Light Box (this is the wood cabinet only, all guts are removed) - $50,

1977 Gottlieb "Jungle Queen" Light Box (Complete guts, No Back Glass. Wood surface of exterior gouged/scarred from unit being slid around on ground. Again, Light Box only) - $150,

Four sets of black 28" legs - $20 per set of 4,

Two Gottlieb 1961 Flying Circus backglass (poor condition) - $10,

Gottlieb 1979 Countdown backglass (OK condition, flaking of tan color) - $10,

Williams 1975 Pat Hand backglass (OK condition, has heavy chipping along bottom edge) - $10,

....and some project machines.......

1974 Williams Strato-Flite machine (Playfield very good shape, BGResto backglass, missing back door and Playfield glass) - $250,

1961 Gottlieb Flying Circus (BGResto backglass, back door missing) - $375,

1961 Gottlieb Oklahoma (Backglass very poor shape, no lockdown bar) - $250,

1962 Gottlieb Liberty Belle (Backglass missing, no lockdown bar) - $250,

...and 1 complete machine that is being scrapped due to playfield totally shot (let me know what part you need [phone number removed]

1975 Williams Pat Hand machine (Playfield paint severely chipping, back door and Playfield glass missing, otherwise intact) - $175,

Pics available. Prices do not include shipping.

Parts located in Muskegon County, Michigan. Can deliver to Northern Michigan or Chicago, IL.

Will consider trade offers for complete Gottlieb EM machines, project machines, or parts.

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Holton, MI, US

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#2 5 years ago

Hi I am looking for a good clean working Gottlieb coin stepper unit that would work in a Target Alpha, would you have any? Also any good condition working solenoids and switches too for the same machine would be great.

Do you do email money transfers?

Thanks James.

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