Up for sale is this nicely restored wedgehead from Gottlieb. Features a repainted cabinet, new playfield parts, original backglass in very good shape. Restored using original factory parts. This was a one owner, home use pinball from approximately 1975 when it was bought from the original operator.
Delivery options available. $100 purchase credit if picked up. Located just north of Toronto, Ontario Canada. $1495.00
1950s Genco Sky Line media photo
Williams Ten Spot pinball with new backglass installed.
Making a new backglass. Digital art films for a 1961 Williams Ten Spot will replace the badly worn original. The art took close to 30 hours to redraw.
1941 Keeney Sky Ray restoration almost complete!
Lots of hours and effort have gone into reviving this 73 year old Art Deco style pinball machine. It is fully running and just needs a few finishing cosmetic touches. The cabinet was stripped of a bad repaint to reveal the factory original graphics. A cool looking industrial art piece in my opinion.
The amazingly unique Nina Hagen
Wanted - Williams Tim-Buc-Tu pinball machine in any condition.
1960 Williams 21, recently refurbished for a client
Customizable mini pinball machine for all the pinballers out there. The top pair of images are 3d renders for pre-visualization, and the bottom pair of images are photos of the prototype. It’s about 6 inches tall.
Oh yeah, if you love pinball and would like to see this as a vinyl toy, reblog it if you can. I’d like to see if there’s enough interest in it. Vinyl production is crazy expensive.