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#3101 2 years ago

Cool art, cool name.
Manufacturer: Genco
Game/Type: Bosco / EM 1 Player
Features: Flipperless
Month/Year: November 1941
Production: Unknown
Cost: $300
Location: Sarasota , FL
Contact/Link: sarasota.craigslist.org link
Condition: Those don't look like original passive bumpers/caps. OP: "... Lights come on - does not work"
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#3102 2 years ago

Welcome etlandfill! Hope you find what you are looking for here.

#3103 2 years ago
Quoted from hoov:

I usually use a piece of packing tape just on big pieces to seal them down.

Ugh, that just makes the backglass harder to restore later when it gets worse. My Pharaoh has a backglass like that, and it's completely ruined and unrestorable because of packing tape being used on sections of it.

Packing tape is a short-term fix at best.

#3104 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Card Whiz / EM
Year: May 1976
Production: 3,250
Cost: $250
Location: Dunedin, FL
Link/Contact: https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/ad/38987

OP: Play field is damaged. Won't turn on. Possible termite problems. Guy who owned it before me painted the side.
If you know what you're doing this could make a great project. Very low price for this machine, as I know mine is in terrible condition.

#3105 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Stern
Game/Type: Trident / SS 4 Player
Month/Year: March 1979
Production: 4,019
Cost: $400 (Open to Offers)
Location: Louisville, KY
Link/Contact: https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/ad/38978

OP: *project*Needs some work. Sometimes boots. Needs to be shopped and cleaned.

#3106 2 years ago
Quoted from Captive_Ball:

Manufacturer: Stern
Game/Type: Trident / SS 4 Player
Month/Year: March 1979
Production: 4,019
Cost: $400 (Open to Offers)
Location: Louisville, KY
Link/Contact: https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/ad/38978
OP: *project*Needs some work. Sometimes boots. Needs to be shopped and cleaned.

Wonder if that's one of the 4 with Quicksilver, FG and Galaxy.

#3107 2 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

Ugh, that just makes the backglass harder to restore later when it gets worse. My Pharaoh has a backglass like that, and it's completely ruined and unrestorable because of packing tape being used on sections of it.
Packing tape is a short-term fix at best.

I know, I talked with the techs @ Blairalley barcade in Eugene, OR & that's how they handle lifting backglasses.
I cringed, but I suppose they need to fix them at a low cost with quick turnaround. He said they just cover the whole back of the glass.

#3108 2 years ago
Quoted from dasvis:

I know, I talked with the techs @ Blairalley barcade in Eugene, OR & that's how they handle lifting backglasses.
I cringed, but I suppose they need to fix them at a low cost with quick turnaround. He said they just cover the whole back of the glass.

Seems like that "triple thick" stuff I keep reading about on these forums would be better, cost less, and probably a heck of a lot easier to work with?

#3109 2 years ago
Quoted from dothedoo:

Wonder if that's one of the 4 with Quicksilver, FG and Galaxy.

Seller also has a Galaxy and Flash up for sale in the Pinside Market place...not a FG. Didn't see a Quicksilver.

#3110 2 years ago

Rocky & Bullwinkle project pin.
Dirty game, but will clean up nice.
Cabinet is 5/10
All boards are there in good shape
Has broken plastics and broken ramps

Price $550

#3111 2 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

Ugh, that just makes the backglass harder to restore later when it gets worse. My Pharaoh has a backglass like that, and it's completely ruined and unrestorable because of packing tape being used on sections of it.
Packing tape is a short-term fix at best.

I only use small pieces of packing tape only on big flakes that have "bubbled"as a last resort on glasses that are really bad. I usually end up getting a repro glass if it is available. If a backglass is as bad as your Pharaoh, how are you going to restore it anyway? What's your method? The only reason I mentioned it is if you spray Tripple-thick on a large flake of paint, it may blow away because of the force of the compressed air in the paint can - and then if you retrieve it, it may fall apart. If you are real careful and hold your can back far enough away, you can gently spray the large flakes. The other method I know is to spray the whole glass and wrap with Saran. Some of these large paint flakes are barely hanging on because the heat from the 44 bulbs has caused them to bubble. You have to handle them with kid gloves.

#3112 2 years ago
Quoted from Madmax541:

Rocky & Bullwinkle project pin.

PM sent
Mike

#3113 2 years ago
Quoted from hoov:

I only use small pieces of packing tape only on big flakes that have "bubbled"as a last resort on glasses that are really bad. I usually end up getting a repro glass if it is available. If a backglass is as bad as your Pharaoh, how are you going to restore it anyway? What's your method? The only reason I mentioned it is if you spray Tripple-thick on a large flake of paint, it may blow away because of the force of the compressed air in the paint can - and then if you retrieve it, it may fall apart. If you are real careful and hold your can back far enough away, you can gently spray the large flakes. The other method I know is to spray the whole glass and wrap with Saran. Some of these large paint flakes are barely hanging on because the heat from the 44 bulbs has caused them to bubble. You have to handle them with kid gloves.

Sorry...slightly off topic, but anyone ever triple thick a gottlieb system 1 display window with the blue/green tint...my geni is getting bubbly, but im afraid if I clear over the display window it will get all hazy/blurry...apologies if inappropriate thread

#3114 2 years ago
Quoted from dasvis:

.... I almost hope the pin in Bend is sold. If I drag home another my wife will shit a brick.

You can go to the swap meet without worrying about having to drag that one home.

I was actually pleasantly surprised. The guy was asking more last month and probably could have got most of it if he had posted some pix of mr. bunny rabbit instead of grubby coin mech.

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#3115 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Aquarius / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: October 1970
Production: 2,025
Cost: $400
Location: Rockford, IL
Contact/Link: rockford.craigslist.org link
Condition: "Working gottlieb aquarius pinball machine. Need some paint and lights."

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#3116 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: Flash / SS System 4 4 Player
Month/Year: January 1979
Production: 19,505
Cost: $450 "Looking for 600 or best offer."
Location: Louisville, KY
Contact/Link: louisville.craigslist.org link
Condition: "Have a project flash machine for sale. ...In decent cosmetic shape. Lights up but doesn't boot"

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#3117 2 years ago

Strange theme for a game. So, what exactly on the backglass is being de-iced?
Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: De-Icer / EM 1 Player
Features: Impulse flippers. Flipper buttons activates both flippers at the same time.
Month/Year: November 1949
Production: Unknown
Cost: $250
Location: Troy, OH
Contact/Link: dayton.craigslist.org link
Condition: "DOES NOT WORK."

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#3118 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Game Plan
Game/Type: Sharp Shooter II/ SS MPU-2 4 Player
Month/Year: November 1983
Production: 600 (!)
Cost: $450
Location: Troy (Detroit), MI
Contact/Link: detroit.craigslist.org link
Condition: "We purchased this pinball machine when our kids were small and they loved it. They are grown and don't use it anymore and we are down-sizing. It will need a repairman to get it running again. Still a great game and in good/solid shape."

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#3119 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: OXO / EM 4 Player
Month/Year: October 1973
Production: 7,053
Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: Gorgar / SS 4 System 6 Player
Features: First widely distributed talking pinball machine
Month/Year: December 1979
Production: 14,000
Manufacturer: The Valley Company, Subsidiary of Walter Kidde & Company, Incorporated,
of Bay City, Michigan
Game/Type: Specta IV / Cocktail 4 Player
Features: IPDB: "Playfield is manually rotated under a stationary glass top."
Month/Year: April 1978
Production: 14,000
Manufacturer: Bally
Game/Type: Black and White Double Jackpot / Slot 3 Reel
Features: Vegas Slot Online: "The black and white series of games from Bally are one of their most popular mechanical reel slot games of all time in the land casino floor."
Cost: $1500 "...now that said i will trade for other pins or sell for cash"
Location: Northern Michigan
Link/Contact: nmi.craigslist.org link
Condition: "hi i got a few pins i wana sell or trade for other pin first i got a gogar works plays fine just a lil playfield wear cab and backglass nice shape second is oxo plays just fine for a older em game playfield has lots of wear as you can see in pic but plays and is one of the best em games i played next is a spectraiv by valley i got 2 of thease one is complete but needs work flippers dont wont and a parts 1 its in good shape last is a real bally slot machine that works just needs battery"

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#3120 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Domino / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: September 1968
Production: 2,650
Cost: $350
Location: Evart (Northern MI)
Contact/Link: nmi.craigslist.org link
Condition: "A very nice shape gottlieb domino pinball machine. Game is not set up but should not take to much to get it going. Game is complete. Cosmectis are really nice with a super nice backglass. Game is in good shape on inside and not all rusted up."

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#3121 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: Argosy / EM 4 Player
Month/Year: September 1977
Production: 2,052
Cost: Estate Sale - Sept. 10 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: Saginaw, MI
Contact/Link: saginaw.craigslist.org link
Condition: Unknown. Looks nice cosmetically.

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Added over 3 years ago: **Hot Line, below, This listing was ended by the seller because the item is no longer available.**

Added over 3 years ago: **King of Diamonds, below, ended no bids**

#3122 2 years ago
Quoted from balzofsteel:

You can go to the swap meet without worrying about having to drag that one home.
I was actually pleasantly surprised. The guy was asking more last month and probably could have got most of it if he had posted some pix of mr. bunny rabbit instead of grubby coin mech.

Thank you for saving me from myself!

#3123 2 years ago

I'm selling a Bally Beauty Contest. A very unique pin. One ball per game flipperless from 1960. Cabinet and PF are in amazing condition. BG has some flaking issues. missing a lockdown bar. Asking 350.00. Will ship.

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#3124 2 years ago

Looks like the same layout as Fun Cruise. Possible to post a video of the gameplay? Never seen either one in action before.

#3125 2 years ago

I've always wanted to play one. Lockbar uses a standard Bally wooden lockbar from approx. 1951-1963. Should have a nickel coin plate. Wingnuts secure underneath.

I'm guessing the bumper caps are repros?

#3126 2 years ago

One thing I never understood - these games were made in the early 60s... and they are one ball games. I'm curious how they were able to sell them domestically. Maybe one day I'll find out.

#3127 2 years ago
Quoted from bingopodcast:

I've always wanted to play one. Lockbar uses a standard Bally wooden lockbar from approx. 1951-1963. Should have a nickel coin plate. Wingnuts secure underneath.
I'm guessing the bumper caps are repros?

Not sure if the caps are repros or originals. The PF is so nice there is a possibility they are originals.

#3128 2 years ago
Quoted from mikeincali:

The PF is so nice there is a possibility they are originals.

That's what made me wonder! With only one ball moving around the playfield per game, it reduces wear quite a bit (I've never seen a horribly worn one ball playfield), but those slings are really powerful.

#3129 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: Hot Line / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: September 1966
Production: 3,651
Cost: Buy It Now $500 obo
Location: Hagerstown, Maryland
Link/Contact: ebay.com link » 1966 Williams Hot Line Pinball Machine

OP: ts been in our family for 35 years or so. There are some issues, one of the pop bumpers doesn't kick the ball off. Occasionally the ball return hangs up a few seconds, but it resolves. I spliced the electric cord so that is not original. In general though it plays and looks well - and its fun. Set for free play. I put new rubber on it, but I do not have the tech skills or desire to attempt to refurbish it. As is it plays and is fun, but not perfect. Parts readily available online. Wiring diagram is with it.

#3130 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: King of Diamonds / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: January 1967
Production: 3,200
Cost: Starting Bid $450 (No current Bids) Ends Friday, 9/16 OR Buy It Now: $899
Location: Lancaster, Ohio
Link/Contact: ebay.com link » 1967 King Of Diamonds Animated Pinball Machine

OP: Game seems to be stuck in reset. When bypassed it plays a little. It needs help so who ever purchases it will need to do a restore on it. Only things missing seem to be a bumber coil and the lock on the front door. Cabinet is in somewhat in rough shape ith alot of marks and scratches

#3132 2 years ago

FS GTB. 2001. Asking 600.00

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#3133 2 years ago

Relisted from eBay to CL at higher price

Quoted from Captive_Ball:

Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: Hot Tip / EM
Year: June 1977
Production: 1,300
Cost: Starting Bid: $475 (No Current Bids) Ends Thursday, 12:11AM
Location: Lancaster, California
Link/Contact: ebay.com link » Hot Tip Pinball By Williams No Reserve
OP: Everything on the machine seems to work except for the numbers on player three they don't light up.
In order to get the machine to work the unit has to be powered on to go through the auto checks then powered off and right back on, it then works fine.
There is no lock/key on the front compartment, but there is a lock/key for the top portion.
The playing field looks dirty with one small noticeable bad part on listed in the photo.

Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: Hot Tip / SS System 3 4 Player
Month/Year: November 1977
Production: 4,903
Cost: Was $475 Now $500
Location: Lancaster (Los Angeles), CA
Contact/Link: losangeles.craigslist.org link
Condition: "Everthing works with the following two exceptions. Player three score doesn't turn on for some reason, When you first turn the machine on after it goes through its self check, you have to turn it of then back on and everything else works fine."

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#3134 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: Hot Tip / SS System 3 4 Player
Month/Year: November 1977
Production: 4,903
Cost: Current Bid: $255 Ends September 12th 2:53 PM MT
Location: Moscow Mills, MO
Contact/Link: ebay.com link » Williams Hot Tip Pinball Digital Horse Race
Condition: "Selling this pinball machine because I'm moving. ...It seems to work and play great. May need a good cleaning of the contacts and solenoids. The rubber was replaced about two years."

Added over 3 years ago: **Sold for $290**

#3135 2 years ago
Quoted from Pecos:

Game/Type: Hot Tip / SS System 3 4 Player
Location: Lancaster (Los Angeles), CA

Quoted from Pecos:

Game/Type: Hot Tip / SS System 3 4 Player
Location: Moscow Mills, MO

On the hunt for Hot Tips, huh?

#3136 2 years ago

Project Pin Parts:
Part: 76 pinball legs
Cost: $150
Location: Flowery Branch, (Atlanta), GA
Contact/Link: atlanta.craigslist.org link
Condition: "Cleaning out my shop
Use as is or refinish and sell for a profit"

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#3137 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Zaccaria
Game/Type: Queens Castle / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: April 1978
Production: Unknown
Cost: $235
Location: Bethel Park (Pittsburgh), PA
Contact/Link: pittsburgh.craigslist.org link
Condition: "I am selling my 1978 Queen's Castle Pinball Machine by Zaccaria. I bought this machine as a project at a charity event and never got around to fixing it. I had a friend plug it in and work on it for an hour and he got it up and running somewhat. I think the sound isn't working and the scoring might not be right but it does turn on and play somewhat. It's beyond my expertise (which is minimal) to fix. I was going to tear it apart and hang the playfield on my wall and do something with the back box but I decided to sell it to keep it in circulation. The playfield is nice and clean and I didn't see any backglass flaking at all. Very nice and clean for its age. I don't have legs for this machine or the head bolts. You will need to provide those. Legs are cheap as well as the head bolts."

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#3138 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: Pretty Baby / EM 2 Player
Month/Year: January 1965
Production: 1,300
Cost: $300
Location: Pasadena (Baltimore), MD
Contact/Link: annapolis.craigslist.org link
Condition: "Looks to be in good shape. Have legs off for portability.
I do not know if it works or not ."

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#3139 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Big Brave / EM 2 Player
Month/Year: June 1974
Production: 3,450
Cost: $225
Location: Columbia (Baltimore), MD
Contact/Link: baltimore.craigslist.org link
Condition: "Pinball machine sold "as is". Please contact for further information. Thanks!"

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#3140 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Close Encounters of the Third Kind / SS System 1 4 Player
Month/Year: October 1978
Production: 9,950
Cost: $500
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Contact/Link: philadelphia.craigslist.org link
Condition: "*Project* Must sell September"

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#3141 2 years ago


Quoted from RyanClaytor:On the hunt for Hot Tips, huh?

No, but I wouldn't mind adding one to the stable of Williams EMs at Pecos' Palatial Pinball Parlour!
Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Sky Jump / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: May 1974
Production: 4,200
Cost: $500
Location: NJ
Contact/Link: cnj.craigslist.org link
Condition: "Overall good cond. some cabinet and playfield wear typical of a game this age."

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#3142 2 years ago

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Stage Door Canteen / EM 1 Player
Features: Flipperless
Month/Year: November 1945
Production: 7,500
Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Drum Major / EM 1 Player
Features: Flipperless
Month/Year: May 1940
Production: Unknown
Cost: $495 OBO
Location: Stonington (New London), CT
Contact/Link: newlondon.craigslist.org link
Condition: Unknown. OP: "FINAL weeks of moving sale summer clearance
Emporium IN Exile
Studio 90
Velvet Mill 22 Bayview Ave Stonington ct
Saturday noonish to 3 ish"

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#3143 2 years ago

Welcome mikeincali! Thanks for posting the Beauty Contest.

#3144 2 years ago

This could be a really big Project Pin haul!

~~~~~Mr. Pinball Classifieds~~~~~

Control Tower, Hayburners, Jalopy, Spark Plugs, Sea Jockeys, Majorettes, Hong Kong, Disc Jockey, Army Navy, Band Wagon, Lazy Q, Regatta, Piccadilly, Hot Diggity, Starfire, Kings, Reno, Jig Saw, Kick Off, Satellite, 4 Star, Turf Champ, Casino, 3-D, Tic Tac Toe,, 1950s

Barnacle Bill, Buccaneer, Round Up, Telecard, Bowling Champ, Buttons N Bows, Sharpshooter, College Daze, King Arthur, Just 21, Double Shuffle, Happy Go Lucky, Rose Bowl, Globe Trotter, All Star Basketball, Quartette, Happy Days, Skill Pool, Chinatown, Coronation, Queen of Hearts, Flying High, Quintette, Poker Face, Shindig, Pin Wheel, Arabian Knights, Jockey Club, Gold Star, Stage Coach, Diamond Lill, Gypsy Queen, Duette, Sluggin Champ, Southern Belle, Wishing Well, Frontiersman, Easy Aces, Score Board, Derby Day, Classy Bowler, Auto Race, Register, Royal Flush, Super Circus, Silver, Straight Flush, Criss Cross, Picnic, Gondolier, Sunshine, Straight Shooter, HI Diver, Queen of Diamonds, Miss Annabelle, Universe, Lighting Ball, World Beauties, Lite A Card, Dancing Dolls, Spot A Card, Kewpie Doll Show Boat, Big Casino, Slick Chick, Lady Robin Hood, Cinderella, Olde King Cole, Jack N Jill, 1940s, 50s, 60s Gottlieb: 200 per game for any 100 games

Jack
Cincinnati, Ohio

#3145 2 years ago

~~~~~Mr. Pinball Classifieds~~~~~

Manufacturer: Bally
Game/Type: Playboy / SS 4 Player
Month/Year: December 1978
Production: 18,250
Cost: $1000
Location: Southlake, TX

OP: Not currently working. The led on the circuit module should flash 7 times for the game to start. This only flashes 6 times, which means there is a problem with the module. Not an expensive fix.

#3146 2 years ago
Quoted from Pecos:

No, but I wouldn't mind adding one to the stable of Williams EMs at Pecos' Palatial Pinball Parlour!

I've been trying to find an EM to set up next to my SS

#3147 2 years ago
Quoted from Captive_Ball:

This could be a really big Project Pin haul!
~~~~~Mr. Pinball Classifieds~~~~~
Control Tower, Hayburners, Jalopy, Spark Plugs, Sea Jockeys, Majorettes, Hong Kong, Disc Jockey, Army Navy, Band Wagon, Lazy Q, Regatta, Piccadilly, Hot Diggity, Starfire, Kings, Reno, Jig Saw, Kick Off, Satellite, 4 Star, Turf Champ, Casino, 3-D, Tic Tac Toe,, 1950s
Barnacle Bill, Buccaneer, Round Up, Telecard, Bowling Champ, Buttons N Bows, Sharpshooter, College Daze, King Arthur, Just 21, Double Shuffle, Happy Go Lucky, Rose Bowl, Globe Trotter, All Star Basketball, Quartette, Happy Days, Skill Pool, Chinatown, Coronation, Queen of Hearts, Flying High, Quintette, Poker Face, Shindig, Pin Wheel, Arabian Knights, Jockey Club, Gold Star, Stage Coach, Diamond Lill, Gypsy Queen, Duette, Sluggin Champ, Southern Belle, Wishing Well, Frontiersman, Easy Aces, Score Board, Derby Day, Classy Bowler, Auto Race, Register, Royal Flush, Super Circus, Silver, Straight Flush, Criss Cross, Picnic, Gondolier, Sunshine, Straight Shooter, HI Diver, Queen of Diamonds, Miss Annabelle, Universe, Lighting Ball, World Beauties, Lite A Card, Dancing Dolls, Spot A Card, Kewpie Doll Show Boat, Big Casino, Slick Chick, Lady Robin Hood, Cinderella, Olde King Cole, Jack N Jill, 1940s, 50s, 60s Gottlieb: 200 per game for any 100 games
Jack
Cincinnati, Ohio

He's been advertising these games for 10 or 15 years now on MPC.

Jacks games are rough from the pics he sent me 10 years ago and everyone else seems to agree. He gave me poor pics and I couldn't tell what they really looked like other than they looked worn.

A few people say if you go in person and cherry pick the better games of the bunch, and don't mind doing all the work that needs done to his games - he's not a bad guy to deal with.

#3148 2 years ago
Quoted from pacmanretro:

Sorry...slightly off topic, but anyone ever triple thick a gottlieb system 1 display window with the blue/green tint...my geni is getting bubbly, but im afraid if I clear over the display window it will get all hazy/blurry...apologies if inappropriate thread

Mask it off with pieces of blue painters tape and apply the triple thick right over it when you spray the whole glass. After it dries, you should be able to peel it right off easily. I've done this for a bunch of glasses, I end up masking off all the score and other windows. Gets a little tricky with those round credit windows from Gottleib games of the 70's but if you're patient, you can put a couple of pieces together and custom cut it to fit exactly right. You end up with a great clean look.

#3149 2 years ago
Quoted from Captive_Ball:

~~~~~Mr. Pinball Classifieds~~~~~
Manufacturer: Bally
Game/Type: Playboy / SS 4 Player
Month/Year: December 1978
Production: 18,250
Cost: $1000
Location: Southlake, TX
OP: Not currently working. The led on the circuit module should flash 7 times for the game to start. This only flashes 6 times, which means there is a problem with the module. Not an expensive fix.

. One time when it actually might be a blown "solenoid" fuse.

#3150 2 years ago
Quoted from Pecos:

Manufacturer: Zaccaria
Game/Type: Queens Castle / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: April 1978
Production: Unknown
Cost: $235
Location: Bethel Park (Pittsburgh), PA
Contact/Link: pittsburgh.craigslist.org link
Condition: "I am selling my 1978 Queen's Castle Pinball Machine by Zaccaria. I bought this machine as a project at a charity event and never got around to fixing it. I had a friend plug it in and work on it for an hour and he got it up and running somewhat. I think the sound isn't working and the scoring might not be right but it does turn on and play somewhat. It's beyond my expertise (which is minimal) to fix. I was going to tear it apart and hang the playfield on my wall and do something with the back box but I decided to sell it to keep it in circulation. The playfield is nice and clean and I didn't see any backglass flaking at all. Very nice and clean for its age. I don't have legs for this machine or the head bolts. You will need to provide those. Legs are cheap as well as the head bolts."

This, I need.

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