Whoa Nellie! Big Juicy Melons

WhizBang Pinball

Whoa Nellie! Big Juicy Melons

Whoa Nellie! Big Juicy Melons is a "Boutique" pinball machine from 2012, manufactured by WhizBang Pinball. Only 4 were produced at the time, two ems and 2 solid states and they retailed for $13,999 each. Extra playfields, plastic sets and backglasses were also available and with the help of Greg Freres generosity by also sharing the side and apron art, there are fans out there creating their own "hobbled-together" version from Gottlieb's Continental Cafe which was the donor game Dennis Nordman and Greg originally used.

Design team

Game details

WhizBang Pinball
(Electro) Mechanical
4 produced
$4530 - $5270
Mechanical Reels


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Price history

Price estimate

This game has been listed a total number of 6 times on the Pinside Marketplace, most recently on 2023-06-06.

In the past 4 years, we've seen it listed 5 times. The median asking price (trimmed median) was $4,900

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Pinside rating

This game has received 17 approved Pinsider ratings and currently has a rating of 7.671 out of 10.


Top 100 ranking

This game ranks #163 in the Pinside EM Top 100.

Rating comments

There are 10 rating comments for this game.

Owners / Wishlisters / Places to play

9 Pinsiders have this game in their collections.

32 Pinsiders have this game on their wishlist.

2 public locations to play this machine.

Market value

There is currently 1 ad (related to this game) on the Pinside Market place.

6,900 (OBO)
Machine - For Sale
Derby, KS

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