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Some nice looking bingo pinballs came up on CL/Ebay


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4 years ago



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#751 1 year ago

Wow, that looks nice! If anyone here picks that game up, please let me know.

#752 1 year ago

The seller wrote that he found 80 buffalo nickels in the coin box, so it looks like this game got retired pretty early.

#753 1 year ago

Free Bingo on C.O.C.A. classifieds. Area code puts it in Maryland. Need membership to see contact info. If you're not a member and want the contact info send me a PM.
https://www.coinopclub.org/classified-ads

#754 1 year ago
Quoted from AlexF:

Free Bingo on C.O.C.A. classifieds. Area code puts it in Maryland. Need membership to see contact info. If you're not a member and want the contact info send me a PM.
https://www.coinopclub.org/classified-ads

Wow! That Malibu Beach bingo is in like new condition. Could it have been restored or is it an original condition machine? Sure looks super new looking...
Wish I were close enough to go grab that sweet condition game.

#755 1 year ago

Here's an interesting curiosity, a Golden Gate playfield and backglass in a Silver Sails cabinet. I've seen perhaps half a dozen Silver Sails with a Golden Gate playfield, but I don't recall ever seeing a Silver Sails with a Golden Gate backglass. An operator has scraped off the blue section scoring and has tied the blue section to the green odds, otherwise the backglass looks very nice. This game has been kicking around on eBay for quite a while. $1,000 or make an offer. South of Tacoma.

ebay.com link » Golden Gate Pinball Bingo Machine

#756 1 year ago

One of the prettiest of the earlier games, this Yacht Club may be in very sweet condition, based on the single photo included in the ad. The front rail suggests it may be in original condition, but who knows, maybe it has been touched up. In any case, it shows very well. $600. South of Portland, OR.

portland.craigslist.org link

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#758 1 year ago

Blue Diamond 6-card electronic bingo in Birmingham, starting bid of $100 with no bids to date. Looks pretty nice but it may be displaying several error codes in the backglass.

ebay.com link » Green Diamong Bingo Pinball And Extra Head Unit Golden Game And Lots Of Parts

Anyone know who manufactured this game and what year it was made?

#759 1 year ago
Quoted from BlackCatBone:

Blue Diamond 6-card electronic bingo in Birmingham, starting bid of $100 with no bids to date. Looks pretty nice but it may be displaying several error codes in the backglass.
ebay.com link » Green Diamong Bingo Pinball And Extra Head Unit Golden Game And Lots Of Parts
Anyone know who manufactured this game and what year it was made?

Looks like a Wimi (Alex & Freddy Wilms' Company, former Bally guys) manufactured machine from 1985-6.

#760 1 year ago

I'd be picking this Yacht Club up myself instead of posting it here if I had space in my small gameroom. It looks gorgeous; either it's had cosmetic work or it is an exceptional original. The only thing I see wrong is the trim ring around the selector knob is missing, perhaps a sign of repainting. One lonely photo. Near Portland.

portland.craigslist.org link

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#762 1 year ago

Look at that gorgeous backglass.... Here is a Williams Long Beach from 1952:

reno.craigslist.org link

#763 1 year ago
Quoted from BlackCatBone:

Look at that gorgeous backglass.... Here is a Williams Long Beach from 1952:
reno.craigslist.org link

Only the second one I have seen for sale in 39 years of bingo collecting.
Do you have one Butch?

#764 1 year ago

I had a chance at buying one 20 years ago in PA...

#765 1 year ago
Quoted from DennisDodel:

Only the second one I have seen for sale in 39 years of bingo collecting.
Do you have one Butch?

No wish we did. My father and Jeffrey was just talking about you that you had one only 3 weeks ago

#766 1 year ago
Quoted from BingoButch:

No wish we did. My father and Jeffrey was just talking about you that you had one only 3 weeks ago

I do not own a Long Beach.

Did you get my e-mail from a few weeks ago? Never got an answer. Dennis

#767 1 year ago

No I didnt let me.look now again. Sorry

#768 1 year ago

This looks like a pretty clean Silver Sails beneath its current grime. Nice backglass, original cabinet art. Asking $500. Game lights up. Bend, Oregon.

bend.craigslist.org link

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#769 1 year ago

This appears to be a free Showtime in southern Washington.

portland.craigslist.org link

#770 1 year ago
Quoted from BlackCatBone:

This appears to be a free Showtime in southern Washington.
portland.craigslist.org link

Damn I should pick that up for spares for my Showtime project

#771 1 year ago

Manufacturer: Bally
Game/Type: Beach Time / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: July 1958
Production: 500
Cost: $75
Location: Mountlake Terrace (Seattle), WA
Contact/Link: seattle.craigslist.org link

Condition: "This is a classic. Its been in the family forever. It turns on, but does not function 100% correct, and would require a little TLC. Great price. Just takes up too much room in my garage."

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#772 1 year ago

For someone wanting an interesting challenge, there is a free Turf King in Salt Lake City. The wire harness has been cut and it looks like maybe the male parts of the jones plugs in the head are missing. The cosmetic condition is pretty nice. If you happened to have (or could find) a Turf King parts game and didn't mind doing a lot of wire splicing, you might get a real nice 1-ball game out of it.

https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/ad/78970

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#773 1 year ago

Early 1950's Bally woodrail Bingo Pinball Machine for $50 in New Jersey
cnj.craigslist.org link

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#774 1 year ago

Anyone ever see or own a 1955 Williams Can Can? There's one for sale here. It has flippers like an amusement game but also 3-digit scoring with separate reels. ipdb explains how you can win 50 games with one ball. I don't believe I've ever seen another flipper game that was designed for gambling.

https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/ad/80267

#775 1 year ago

There are a few Keeney games that are a hybrid gambling/flipper design. I've never seen a Can Can, but I've wanted to for several years!

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#776 1 year ago

Bally London with payout hopper in Tacoma for $280. Appears to be in excellent condition. Not running but lights up.

https://offerup.com/item/detail/678720791/

#777 1 year ago
Quoted from BlackCatBone:

Bally London with payout hopper in Tacoma for $280. Appears to be in excellent condition. Not running but lights up.
https://offerup.com/item/detail/678720791/

That added payout hopper was designed at the old Bally Nevada Research Center at 777 W. 2nd Street in Reno. Now known as Innovations High School.

#778 1 year ago

Stock Market, Ticker Tape and Orient backglasses just came up - if anyone needs one, let me know and I'll get you in touch with the seller. These are NOS, just uncrated for photos, supposedly.

#779 1 year ago
Quoted from MrBally:

That added payout hopper was designed at the old Bally Nevada Research Center at 777 W. 2nd Street in Reno. Now known as Innovations High School.

Interesting. I always thought the payout hoppers were third-party products - I didn't know Bally produced them. Thanks for posting that information.

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#780 1 year ago

https://www.estatesales.net/MA/Quincy/02169/2277153

1933 Chicago World's Fair pinball for sale at this estate sale....

#781 12 months ago

These just posted by Coinop Warehouse, Hagerstown Md. For the ambitious only.

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#782 11 months ago
Quoted from Pinbee:

These just posted by Coinop Warehouse, Hagerstown Md. For the ambitious only.[quoted image]

Call me Mr. Ambitious! I just took that pile of bingos home from Coinop Warehouse today...there ended up being 15 total. I hope to get a few up and running for us to play, and find good homes for the rest. I will be looking forward to learning all I can about these beasts! It seemed like a decent deal, and I have the space for these to sit around while I figure out what to do with them. They filled up 2/3 of our 20 foot box truck...heavy suckers...
Heads and backglasses look pretty good, cabs are somewhat beat and side rails and lockdown bars are corroded and a couple are missing lockdown bars. Haven't looked inside any yet - many have keys screwed to the top of the heads. I'm hoping there are schematics in at least a few of them.
Titles include 3 Bali, 2 Ticker Tape, Blue Chip, Miss Universe, High Flyer, Nashville, a Sun Valley, and a few others I haven't looked at yet.
All are in need of a lot of cosmetic improvement, but look complete.
We will try to make it to York this fall to meet some of you bingo experts!
Denny

#783 11 months ago
Quoted from DCP:

Call me Mr. Ambitious! I just took that pile of bingos home from Coinop Warehouse today...there ended up being 15 total. I hope to get a few up and running for us to play, and find good homes for the rest. I will be looking forward to learning all I can about these beasts! It seemed like a decent deal, and I have the space for these to sit around while I figure out what to do with them. They filled up 2/3 of our 20 foot box truck...heavy suckers...
Heads and backglasses look pretty good, cabs are somewhat beat and side rails and lockdown bars are corroded and a couple are missing lockdown bars. Haven't looked inside any yet - many have keys screwed to the top of the heads. I'm hoping there are schematics in at least a few of them.
Titles include 3 Bali, 2 Ticker Tape, Blue Chip, Miss Universe, High Flyer, Nashville, a Sun Valley, and a few others I haven't looked at yet.
All are in need of a lot of cosmetic improvement, but look complete.
We will try to make it to York this fall to meet some of you bingo experts!
Denny

Nice Haul!!! If it was on myside of US I might have been very tempted. Saw this ad 2 weeks ago. Was hoping someone would take it on.
Good Luck and please update us here, and make a thread and post link here as well.
Congrats!

#784 11 months ago

For schematics and manuals check out http://bingo.cdyn.com/. They are all there thanks to the great efforts of Phil Hooper.

#785 11 months ago

Congratulations! I look forward to meeting you at York. Feel free to post any questions you have on the machines, there are lots of great techs on this forum, and it's always great to welcome a new bingo fanatic!

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#786 10 months ago

Tahiti in Michigan that is described as HUO, and it does look pristine.

ebay.com link » Bally Tahiti Bingo Pinball Game Mint New Out Of Box Home Use Only Will Ship

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#787 8 months ago

FS: 1959 BALLY SINGLE COIN BINGO PINBALL GAME, $250 Free delivery to pinball Expo and points along the way from Knoxville, TN
It's listed on eBay but I'd like to sell it on Pinside.
https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/ad/86045

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#789 5 months ago

Here's nice United 1950's woodrail Bingo pinball machine in NJ for $200.
cnj.craigslist.org link
Go here below to get info and game play etc...
http://bingo.cdyn.com/machines/united/rio/

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#790 5 months ago

Vic, what a beauty, for $200.00
That price is hard to believe.
Terry K

#791 5 months ago

The backglass is broken. Looks like it'll need a little going over. Otherwise, pretty decent.

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#792 4 months ago

United Startdust in apparently very fine condition. Seller states he has owned it for 30 years. $375 in eastern Oregon.

eastoregon.craigslist.org link

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#793 4 months ago

Wow, that look super nice. The backglass on this game is normally shot.

#794 4 months ago

Now down to $285. Wish it were closer.

#795 4 months ago

Nice looking United Triple Play backglass at $125 near San Francisco. Seller states he has 4(!), so possibly NOS.

stockton.craigslist.org link

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#796 3 months ago

Damn. This guy is now giving this thing away. Wish I were closer.
ebay.com link » United Stardust Bingo Pinball Machine

#797 3 months ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Damn. This guy is now giving this thing away. Wish I were closer.
ebay.com link » United Stardust Bingo Pinball Machine

5 hour drive for me, gonna pass though.

#798 3 months ago

There was a United "South Seas" listed on eBay recently with an outrageous opening price. He relisted it a couple of times, dropping the price a little bit each time, but now it's gone. Someone apparently made him an acceptable offer. I put an offer in since it was within driving distance, but it was turned down. Nice game.
ebay.com link » Gottlieb South Seas Pinball From The 50 039 S

#799 89 days ago

"South Seas" was the first bingo I had ever seen, or played!!!
Was hooked from then on
Must have been '63 or '64.
Terry K
A question on the "Triple Play" game.
How do you know how many games you win on a
3,4 or 5 in line?
I took a second look at the "Triple Play" back glass(s) on
Phil's site. They are quite different than the ones "for sale"!

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#800 72 days ago
Quoted from Terry1:

"South Seas" was the first bingo I had ever seen, or played!!!
Was hooked from then on
Must have been '63 or '64.
Terry K
A question on the "Triple Play" game.
How do you know how many games you win on a
3,4 or 5 in line?
I took a second look at the "Triple Play" back glass(s) on
Phil's site. They are quite different than the ones "for sale"!

Nick bingopodcast would know the answer to your question.

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