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For sale or Trade: Grand Tour


By gdonovan

8 months ago



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$ 1,250


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For sale or Trade: Grand Tour

Added: April 1st, 2020 Ended: April 16th, 2020
Condition: Partially restored (almost original)

Item description

Selling or trading my Grand Tour, you can see the refurbishment thread here:

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/1964-bally-grand-tour-not-dead-yet

From Riverside Park (now 6 Flags) in Massachusetts, was rescued from a basement game room where it resided for 35 years. Playfield was stripped and clear coated, cabinet was stripped, webbed, repainted with stencils and clear coated, aprons and trim stripped and repainted with new apron decal, manufacture certificate was recreated and reapplied (with correct serial number of course) everything on the playfield was polished. One plastic was broken and repaired. All mechs were cleaned and adjusted, fuse holders were all replaced (common failure item on this vintage Bally) flipper were rebuilt and converted over to conventional flipper bushings, NOS coil for bell, one of the flipper coils was replaced. Only weak spot is the backglass while generally good with some touchups a reproduction would make this show room and the end caps of the lockdown should be re-chromed.

$1250 or consider trade for a different EM or solid state project. LMK what you have. Time to rotate some pins out, will be at Allentown and Pintastic when they finally come up with a date.


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Montville, CT, US


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