Pinball Owners

Pinball Collection of clonestar
23 pinball machines
last updated: 01/18/2012
  Member: clonestar
From: Abergavenny, Wales (find on the map)
Specialty: First generation Solid-State
Member since: 04/25/2007
Website: www.silverballs.co.uk
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clonestar owns these 23 pinballs:

pinball nameDBmanufacturerconditionis it for sale?notespictures
CENTRAL PARK Gottlieb (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationMaybe  
DOLLY PARTON Bally (USA)Set up, needs some workMaybe  
EIGHT BALL Bally (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
EIGHT BALL DELUXE Bally (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
ELEKTRA Bally (USA)Set up, needs some workMaybe  
FIREPOWER Williams (USA)Set up, needs some workMaybe  
FLASH GORDON Bally (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
FREEDOM Bally (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationMaybe  
HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS Bally (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationNever  
KISS Bally (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
LIGHTNING Stern (USA)Set up, needs some workMaybe  
LOST WORLD Bally (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
MEDUSA Bally (USA)Set up, needs some workNever  
MR. & MRS. PAC-MAN Bally (USA)Set up, needs some workMaybe  
MYSTIC Bally (USA)Parts machineMaybe  
NIGHT RIDER Bally (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
PARAGON Bally (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
ROLLING STONES Bally (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationNever  
SPEAKEASY Bally (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
STRIKES AND SPARES Bally (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
SURF SIDE Gottlieb (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationMaybe  
THE SIMPSONS Data East (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
VECTOR Bally (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
DISCLAIMER: This page shows the pinball machine Collection of PinballOwners member clonestar from Abergavenny, Wales. The coin operated pinball machines listed above, including their images, were uploaded into our database by clonestar himself; clonestar is the sole responsible for the information contained in this page. The pinball machines shown above are not necessarily for sale! Please refer to the 4th column in the list to know whether a certain pinball is for sale or not. Most likely clonestar's pinball machines are second-hand (used) pinballs that were once installed in bars and other public places; their value as a collectible largely depends on appearance and functionality of every single machine.
 
 
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