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Sexy Girl pinball with working Projector

By CaptainNeo

1 year ago


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#1 1 year ago

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Sexy Girl pinball with working Projector


Added: 2021-02-04 Re-listed: 1 time (March 24th, 2021) Ended: April 2nd, 2021
Condition: As new - New out of box (first owner)

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Listed at $ 7,900

Item description

I have a very rare Ranco/bell games Sexy girl pinball machine. This has an original Populated NOS playfield installed from Ranco (maybe 60 games played on it). CPR repro mint backglass. And Custom Working projector. Interacts with the game just like the original. Pictures can be customized with whatever slides you want to put in it. Right now I have a hodgepodge of girl pictures with one filled up carousel of pictures. also Includes 2 extra carousels that you can customize with whatever you want, to make easy picture swapping. original had Clothed reel, topless and fully nude. So changing would take about 10 seconds. Projector action is shown here,


Also, has custom Freshly painted cabinet with a true, candy apple red automotive paint job that costs $700 in paint alone. Plays 100%. Great looking and playing machine.
Located in SE WI for pick or willing to ship.


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#2 1 year ago

I should also note, this has all LED displays and all original Bally Boards.

#3 1 year ago

WOW! Thats a super rare game

GLWS

#5 1 year ago

might be open to other trades. Let me know what you have.

This cabinet turned out very nice and very expensive paint job.

it was sanded,
then glazed
sanded again.
primed
silver base applied
then Candy apple red
then clear
then black stencil
clear again
Silver stencil
and then more clear.
True candy apple red that has beautiful shimmer to it in the light.

#6 1 year ago

Ok. I ended up buying the game I wanted to trade this for, so now it's for sale officially. Or open to all trades + or - cash depending on value.

#7 1 year ago

still available. Will consider games + or - cash in trade as well.

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#8 1 year ago

What some don't realize. that Sexy girl is a conversion of a bally playboy. but the playfield parts are actually all gottlieb, with bally boards. So if you wanted to make a true correct version. you would have to part out a playboy as well as a gottlieb game from the same era.

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#9 1 year ago

video footage of the projector in action added.

#10 1 year ago
Quoted from CaptainNeo:

video footage of the projector in action added.

Great job man!

#11 1 year ago

ty. Turned out good. Roms drive the projector to do the stuff the original did. Without having to build a separate PCB to control camera functions.

#12 1 year ago

Very cool, GLWS

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