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Williams Triple Action

By Jfmav

61 days ago

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#1 61 days ago

I am new to this pinball craze. Or back in it. I have a JP premium and love it. As a kid, I grew up playing a Williams triple action in my parents basement. They are getting ready to move and asked if I wanted the old machine. I had to pay a locksmith to open the back box lock as the key has been long lost. I have only worked on my JP 2021 so everything is nice and clean and new. I am wondering what a 47 yo machine should look like inside. Is this something someone can get running again? Or is this a lost cause? Thanks. (Ps. Smells like nostalgia)

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#2 61 days ago

shouldn't be hard to get running. It will be easy to sell if you don't want to bother. Where are you at? I'd take it in a heartbeat

#3 61 days ago

That looks extremely clean. Based on the very small amount that I can tell from just these photos, I bet this would probably be great with minimal work.

#4 61 days ago

Great. Thanks for the replies. I am in Omaha, Nebraska. I want to get it up and running and play for awhile. Then I will see if the kids like playing it as much as I did or if they need the complexity of JP or Godzilla to keep them entertained. Thanks again.

#5 61 days ago

Looks good. How’s the backglass? Generally TAs have a lot of flaking.

#6 59 days ago
Quoted from schwism:

Looks good. How’s the backglass? Generally TAs have a lot of flaking.

Not bad. A few little spots here and there, but looks pretty good to me.

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