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Mustang pinball pics


By sepins

6 years ago



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#1 6 years ago

I'll post vid in a while

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#2 6 years ago

Oh damn, pretty nice. Show us the Translight!!! Thanks for posting pics, finally

#4 6 years ago

So this is a Gomez design?

#5 6 years ago

AND GO FOR POPCORN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

chris

#6 6 years ago

Hmmm don't know what to think about this one... i"m not that amazed so far. But glad to see pics. thanks

#7 6 years ago

Standard LED DMD I assume?

#8 6 years ago

backglass pics?

#9 6 years ago

Interesting. I don't know about this one so far. Looks rather basic and stripped down compared to Stern's other recent offerings. I assume this is the pro model. The cabinet art looks pretty cool but it doesn't seem to match the playfield art which just comes off as "clunky" in my opinion.

Where's the main toy at? I hope it isn't the plastic car model in the middle of the game...Why couldn't Stern have a V8 crate model toy in the game where you have to lock up to 8 balls into representing one of 8 cylinders? Have left and right ramps be able to feed balls to the engine during locks using divertors or the balls just loop back to the return lanes. One you get at least 3 balls locked you can do a 3 ball multiball or risk going for a 4,5,6,7, or 8 ball multiball. Have a shot going into the front of the engine to represent fueling the car.

#10 6 years ago

Not for me but, It looks like a fun layout. I bet it will be fun to play.

#11 6 years ago

Looks dull at first glance.

#12 6 years ago

Oh I like it!!

#13 6 years ago

Even with the close ups, I can't quite figure out what's going on on that left side in the ramp area. Looks like a drop ramp? Guess I will wait for the video. Thanks for posting!

#14 6 years ago

first impressions are not positive, hopefully the gameplay is very good

#15 6 years ago

Get as many pictures as you can, let's really test Robins photo upload functions Closer details and more shots please

#16 6 years ago

What year Mustang is that toy in the middle? Also, what does the toy do in the gameplay?

#17 6 years ago

I don't want to wait for the software for this game
No more Stern for me

#18 6 years ago

Is this an LCD or the same red dmd? Its supposed to be running the new system...

#19 6 years ago

It will all about gameplay for me. I like nice looking cars in person, but I'm not a person that is going to put up pin ups of cars on my wall so the art package is not doing anything for me. I had a Getaway. Gameplay was fun and liked ZZ Top. Art didn't do much for me but fit the theme just fine. Same here?

#20 6 years ago
Quoted from luvthatapex2:

Is this an LCD or the same red dmd? Its supposed to be running the new system... thanks for the pics!!!!!

#21 6 years ago
Quoted from tbanthony:

Even with the close ups, I can't quite figure out what's going on on that left side in the ramp area. Looks like a drop ramp? Guess I will wait for the video. Thanks for posting!

Like the ramp on Pinbot, man. You can shoot under it to what looks like an orbit, or some other target, or it can drop down to shoot the ramp. Same deal on Getaway (huge shock, right?).

Funky feed at the top lanes, I like it. Is that a scoop at the right of the car, and if so, looks like they already have a protector on it?

#22 6 years ago

Are those Hulk-like drop targets in the middle of the play field? please no

#23 6 years ago

Can't believe I'm as excited about this all of a sudden, apparently my left foot has been neglected far too long this winter with my 'fun car' stuck in the garage till spring. Show me more!

#24 6 years ago

+1 on getting a pic of the translite and display posted. Thanks!

#25 6 years ago

The Mach towards the bottom of the playfield looks out of place. The rest of art looks nice.

#26 6 years ago

Even if it's an LCD, they're still doing the graphics in monochrome apparently... look real close at the top of the first pic. That doesn't look like a DMD to me....detail is too fine.

#27 6 years ago

It looks like it has a lot of shots. They also look to be moderately tight shots like Metallica.
Also, great to see the pop bumpers moved from the typical locations.

#28 6 years ago

Not a horrible looking design, curious if the car will move or rumble. Anyone notice the toilet bowl ramp on the right?

Quoted from Frax:

That doesn't look like a DMD to me....detail is too fine

Looks like red DMD to me
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#29 6 years ago

This is clearly a generic pin made at the behest of, and financed by Ford. Where's my Walking Dead??

#30 6 years ago
Quoted from DCFAN:

What year Mustang is that toy in the middle? Also, what does the toy do in the gameplay?

Is it a 66 fastback? I'm not an expert.

#31 6 years ago

They use a 2003-04 Mach 1 as the centerpiece car at the bottom of the playfield? Where is the new 2015 Mustang (which looks incredible IMHO)?

#32 6 years ago
Quoted from ozno:

This is clearly a generic pin made at the behest of, and financed by Ford. Where's my Walking Dead??

I didn't want to say that but I was thinking the same thing. Stern has done a couple of those and this has that vibe to it. Hopefully playing the game will change my view. This just seems like a step backwards from ACDC, Metallica and Star Trek.

#33 6 years ago

FYI: Click on a picture to make it bigger... shows how much I know about checking out pics on pinside

#34 6 years ago
Quoted from gearheaddropping:

They use a 2003-04 Mach 1 as the centerpiece car at the bottom of the playfield? Where is the new 2015 Mustang (which looks incredible IMHO)?

I was thinking that as well. You would think Ford would want the 2015 Mustang front and center.

#35 6 years ago

Man, Stern just loves that pop up post at the top of the orbit don't they.

#36 6 years ago
Quoted from ozno:

This is clearly a generic pin made at the behest of, and financed by Ford. Where's my Walking Dead??

I don't believe it received half of the development investment as Trek, but anytime a manufacturer actually delivers a new machine as opposed to teasing about one I won't complain.

#37 6 years ago

I just sold my Azure blue 2003. Great car, but not a showcase Mustang. I would expect the 1965 Shelby to be in that place.

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#38 6 years ago
Quoted from Don1:

Is it a 67 fastback? I'm not an expert but the scoops on the rear roof pillar are on that year (and others?)

Hopefully it is a 60's. The rear looks strange in the picture which is likely an optical illusion.

#39 6 years ago
Quoted from toyotaboy:

Looks like red DMD to me

I would agree.

#40 6 years ago
Quoted from gearheaddropping:

They use a 2003-04 Mach 1 as the centerpiece car at the bottom of the playfield? Where is the new 2015 Mustang (which looks incredible IMHO)?

As a torch red 03 Mach 1 owner that's fine with me.

#41 6 years ago

Thanks for the pics, please throw one up of the backglass, thx.
I'm a mustang guy, so I'd be interested in at least playing it to see how it plays.

#42 6 years ago

Pass. $ still safe! Can't wait to see what lawlor will come up with.

#43 6 years ago

For sure this is probably the pro version.. i hope the premium and L.E's have better side art and playfield.. looks kinda empty to me

#44 6 years ago

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#45 6 years ago

I am going to guess that the toy is a 1967 fastback as well. Hard to tell.

Center section sure does look like Corvette....

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#47 6 years ago
Quoted from PanzerFreak:

This just seems like a step backwards from ACDC, Metallica and Star Trek.

You forgot Tron! I agree completely!

#48 6 years ago
Quoted from Jimmyd044:

As a torch red 03 Mach 1 owner that's fine with me.

I agree. If I still had the Mach, I would probably be much more interested.

I have an extra set of stock 03-04 Mach wheels in my garage. If you need an extra set, I will let them go cheap. PM me.

#49 6 years ago
Quoted from gearheaddropping:

Center section sure does look like Corvette....

That's exactly what I was thinking.

#50 6 years ago

It does look like there might be some depth to it, with the main car inserts to move through/award, the table in front of the drop down targets to fill in, the red/yellow/green stop lights to play with, the six gears to light, seven white lights that do something I hope, rollovers that aren't a gimme as the pops won't just throw the ball back through them you'll need to shoot the loop to get the ball up to the top again with the post to stop the ball, moving ramps with multiple paths/reactions for variety, spinners (pheew!).

Poor Stern, I wonder how long they thought it would take before a Pinsider walked past their machine after they set it out.

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