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Gottlieb Pioneer (1975)

Added: 2012-02-20 21:09:17 UTC • Ended: March 11th, 2012

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$ 1,000

Item description

1975 Pioneer 2 player Gottlieb Electro Mechanical Pinball

The machine is now fully working. Playboard cleaned, pop bumper plastics , playfiled plastic art, drop targets, lights and rubbers. Electrically I have gone through every lightbulb and game function and this machine plays exactly the same as I remembered as a kid.

The only note I would make on the playfiled is the wear mark below the center target (see picture). All the years of kicking the ball back to the right fliper has worn away the paint. There are also some wear marks around the plastic playfield parts. Simply put, this is a well played machine that has been shown some TLC. The sides are original. There is some nicotine staining (yellow haze) that could probably be cleaned. The cabinet is solid with one exception. The back of the lower box has some water damage.

Includes are the original schematics, manuals, and cards.

Video of the machine working is also available. Delivery possible.


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Tafton, PA, US

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