Stop and Go, Genco, 1951
I'm just as stumped as before you showed more...
At least it has to be after about 1955 looking at that Chevy looking car... Looks cool though whatever it is!
I showed my 12 year old daughter this image and she's never seen this pinball before and she immediately said the name if the game!!
I was sorting through a box of plastics and I saw this on floor upside down... was puzzled by the cute face as to what the heck I was looking at, then I turned it round...
Gottlieb Harvest Moon:
Didn't realise the backglass had such a lot going on in it!! I have the playfield for this game, which is pretty boring by comparison!
It says some funny stuff on the IPDB about this game:
A captive ball scoring unit inside backbox is not visible to the player. A slowly rotating motor under the playfield toggles the rollovers to score either 200 points or 1000 points. The playfield lamps light to indicate to the player when the value has increased. To score the 1000 points, a solenoid in the backbox fires a ball around a track having five 200-point rollovers.The clever captive ball scoring unit inside the backbox simulates a 5-pulse score motor, delivering five switch closures in response to one playfield switch closure.
The same chick can be found playing her mandolin on the playfield...
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