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Pinball Collection of gorgar
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Member: gorgar
From: Gifhorn, Germany (find on the map)
Specialty: Electromechanicals from all ages
Member since: 10/20/2011
Website: gorgar
 
55 pinball machines
last updated: 05/18/2019
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pinball nameDBmanufacturerconditionis it for sale?notespictures
AZTEC Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverBack in 1980 or 1981 me and my brother played this pin in a local pub. Already solid state era, this was a very cool experience for the two of us during those days to meet with "EM". The reason i need to own this pin.
BIG VALLEY Bally (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationNeverEM Multiball at its best from 1970¡  
BOW AND ARROW Bally (USA)In storage, workingNeverMachine has been fully shopped. A lot of work as usual. Very, very nice EM-machine from Bally! Searching for the "single red post" from Grec Kmiec! Found it!
BRONCO Gottlieb (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationNeverBronco and Fast Draw in line: two very strong Pins from the late Gottlieb EM-Era with a lot of fun for players of all kind.
CAPERSVILLE Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverThis is a real 1960ies Classic. Had the chance to buy one together with the WIGGLER. Couldn't walk by....Amazing gameplay.
CAPT. FANTASTIC AND THE BROWN DIRT COWBOY Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverIcon of the 70's. Couldn't walk by as it was sold nearby. In nice shape. Only had to fix some small things. Crazy what former owners did to the 2nd left hand side flipper...
CAPT. FANTASTIC AND THE BROWN DIRT COWBOY Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverCapt. Fantastic, Wizard and Fireball: the "Big Three" you got to own. Proud, just proud of it!
CARAVELLE Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverCool, old, very seldom seen!
CIRCUS Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverBrillant artwork!  
COUNT-DOWN Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverFitted with Pascal Janin Board which is excellent. A Drop Target Monster. Always played by the guests in my location. Always exciting. Looks easy to play - but this machine can be a real dog!
DIPSY DOODLE Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverThis machine spent so many years in the garage of its former owner who never ever repaired it. He sold it to me to be overhauled and being playable again. Dude - i had tried my best. This "doodle bug" beneath the playfield is a nice feature. It's going really wild from time to time after hitting the middle stand-up-target. Early 70ies pinball at its best.
FAST DRAW Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverDid you know that almost the same Layout was used on Gottlieb's "Amazon Hunt" in the early 80ies? All in all a very nice Pin with this special drop target feature (the two middle black-ones up!). Fast Draw is a sought after machine.
FIREBALL Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverNow in my collection (06/2015): One of the most sought after pinballs. Great to be the owner and I would particularly like to thank "hanbee" from pinball league Lemgo/Germany. Your pin is in good hands!
FIRECRACKER Bally (USA)In storage, workingNeverOne of the forgotten classics from the early 1970ies. This machine offers such a great gameplay. Didn't expected it unless i played this machine recently. Got to have it. Then a great EM-maniac sold it to me. Thank you, good guy! And a big thanks goes out to Vestus who brought this baby to my location...
FOUR MILLION B.C. Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverAs far as i remember, this pin was the ignition for me to be a pin addict. Back in 1975 as a small boy i saw it in a local restaurant and was quite impressed. No need to ask - 4 Million had to be a part of my collection. Very nice condition. Fully shopped by its former owner. Thank you for this.
FREEDOM Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverOne of the first Bally machines which went Solid State. Mine's got the original "old/early" Backglass Version. Nice and solid gameplay.
FUTURE SPA Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverMy first Widebody-EE-Pin! Haven't played this in my youth. All in all seldom seen. Thanks to "Badebär" for selling me the machine. Stunning Artwork. This kinky guy in the grotto: where are his god-damned hands??? Yeah! Really a keeper i think.....
GALAXY Stern (USA)Set up, plays!NeverThis is one of the best early electronics from STERN. From early 1980. Haven't seen it in those days on location. Met it much later at conventions. Not too easy and not too difficult. Always a challenge to spot the GALAXY letters. Think this machine will stay.
GORGAR Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverEarly eighties: me and my friends met "Gorgar" in our local pub. Never forgot it since then.
HARDBODY Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverThis machine is pure 80ies Trash. A must have if you grew up during the times when HARDBODY was on location. And i met this machine at that time. This lady is so cute.... This machine is underrated - definitely. Gameplay is a lot of fun and always challenging. The big killer of this game was and is this crazy backglass. Give "Hardbody" a try.....just do it!
HI-SCORE Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverI had to have three pins from 1967. This was the second one frome this year. The trio is now complete. Together with "The Wiggler" and "Jolly Roger" they are all in my possession and they are working fine.
HONEY Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverEarly 1970ies Classic with unbelievable powerful bumpers. Very challenging although the machine doesn't look like it. High Scoring by hitting the drop target to reach the middle kick-out-hole is very difficult and keeps me coming back over and over again. A very nice looker! Thanks to Jürgen from Volkswagen Headquarter Town Wolfsburg for selling Honey to me.
INCREDIBLE HULK Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverHappy to own this System-1-Game because it has a very nice design and theme. Was sold nearby. Don't remember playing HULK ever before. Think this will be a keeper. Also fitted with the P-1-Pascal Janin Board! Excellent as usual!
JACK IN THE BOX Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverNew plastics, new drop targets, new flipper assemblies. A real nice "Kampf-Flipper".
JACK IN THE BOX Gottlieb (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationYes!
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Bought from a young couple nearby who had bought a typically 1960/1970 house with a big "Partykeller" (room for parties in the cellar). They didn't want to own this machine although i told them which classic they have. So what should i do....?! Jack in the Box, of course, is one of the best games Gottlieb ever built. Looking forward to overhaul this pin and give it to someone else who really knows and understands its nostalgic value.
JACKPOT Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverSecond one. Sold my 1st one. I love this machine and did my best to bring it back to life. And i also kept the space between the slingshots and the flippers...this is original and makes game-play so much more exciting! This machine has a really good plastic over the jackpot reels. Much better than the one i owned. I also installed a Chime Unit which usually wasn't fitted in machines of those age. They only had the "Big Bell" which is missing inside of my Jackpot. Really cool with chime unit. Did it before on "Honey".
JOKER POKER Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverAround 1980 we played "Joker Poker" in our local supermarket. One of the best target games ever made. Always exciting.
JOLLY ROGER Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverThis machine hit the market exactly the year i was born. Will never leave my collection. The ignition for me to have three pins from 1967: Williams (Jolly Roger), Bally (The Wiggler), Gottlieb (Hi-Score). Yeah !!!
JUNGLE Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverFirst i didn't like it that much because of the comic artwork which doesn't grew on me. But it has some kind of addictive gameplay which i never thought of. Maybe a keeper.
JUNGLE LORD Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverJungle Lord (Bombjack MPU Check machine). Cool that i had the change to buy such a classic. Stunning! Works fine and remembers me playing this pinball in one of the most forbidden and rotten pubs in the early 80ies in my hometown as a small boy. Enjoying the smoke of all the cigarettes. Near-by was "Defender". The chief of this pub was a master in playing this arcarde game. Long ago since i last met "Jungle Lord". A great classic from Williams!
MASQUERADE Gottlieb (USA)In storage, workingNeverGreat Backbox Animation! Found it in an old ladies cellar in my hometown. Unbelievable.
MONTE CARLO Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverGot it nearby. Better condition than the other "Monte Carlo" i once had. For JIM PATLA and DAVE CHRISTENSEN there is always a place in my Collection. Brilliant Bally Pinball Design from the early 1970ies.
NUGENT Stern (USA)Set up, plays!NeverNeed to have a STERN-EE-Pinball in my collection. Nugent is cool - Nugent is Hardrock and Metal!!!
OXO Williams (USA)In storage, workingNeverJust bought from my colleague "Badebär" from "Flipperliga Hannover". This is a very challenging strategic Pinball from Williams. Happy to have one of these games. Very nice and good looking artwork. Relatively easy to maintain.
PLAYBOY Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverA superb classic from Bally. One of the first Pins i ever played in the late 1970ies. In a local bakery! Sick....
PRETTY BABY Williams (USA)In storage, workingNeverThis is my first 2-Player Game. Fitted with manual ball lift.Exciting!
RAVEN Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!Never2nd one. In better shape than my 1st one which was already nice! Kept the alternative Translite but didn't put it in. This machine has to be ORIGINAL as i knew it from the 80ies. Always good for a game! And...standing only 1 meter away from my HARDBODY this gives me a cool and nostalgic feeling. Looking at these two "pearls" from this era.
RO GO Bally (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationYes!
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Got it in really bad shape. Rusty and dirty. But i think there lurks something interesting under this thick dust. Will get its chance. As soon as i find the time.
ROCKMAKERS Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverZipper-Flippers! Again! I kept this machine in mind since i first saw it as a part of the collection of "Flipperliga-Colleague" Wizard several years ago. Not that often seen nowadays. Really liked the strange Artwork and Playfield design from the beginning.
ROYAL FLUSH Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverAnother machine which impressed me because of the very beautiful card game design. Although it was build in very large numbers it is seen seldom. And believe me...i am getting around within the scene... Happy to own it now. Gottlieb-EM-Classic from their late EM-Days.
SHANGRI-LA Williams (USA)Set up, plays!Never50 years old! "Born" in 1967! A classic from those days which will extend my collection with machines from this year. Thanks to "Mr. Startrek" from Munich/Germany who picked it up for me from an old lady.
SHERIFF Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverAlthough early 70ies, this machine is packed full with great stuff from what Gottlieb could give to the players in those days. Especially this monster drop target bank (which is resetting!!!) is a real pleasure. Great....just great!
SILVERBALL MANIA Bally (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationNeverThis is the machine which stands for what pinball is all about. Classic! Enough said.... The Apron of my Silverball Mania was signed by JIM PATLA, designer of this machine, in May 2016 while he was visiting germany (Flipper Mania in Heusenstamm).
SINBAD Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverThis is one of the System-1-pins i have always loved. It's within my favorite 3 of the System One's. Look at my other Gottlieb's and you will see who are my favorite ones.
SLICK CHICK Gottlieb (USA)In storage, workingNeverSupadupa classic from Gottlieb. 1998: played it on PC (Microsoft Pinball Arcade). 2015: played it "in real" in Wolfsburg at the great pinball exhibition at the "Phaeno". 2017: it's mine! My oldest pin so far. From the great "Neyens/Parker" Duo!
SMART SET Williams (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationYes!
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2nd one. Actual condition: not that funny. But i think dirt is the worst thing of it all. Will begin to restore the game in a while.
SOLAR RIDE Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverAnother great System-1 Gottlieb Game from the late 70ies. One of the very first pins i ever played on during those days. Great to be a part of my collection!
SPACE TIME Bally (USA)In storage, workingNeverThis deep tunnel is a great visual effect. Bought this machine from a member of "Hannover-Pinball-League". The early 70ies: great times for Young pinball Lovers. The Apron of my Space Time was signed by JIM PATLA, designer of this machine, in May 2016 while he was visiting germany (Flipper Mania in Heusenstamm).
STRIKES AND SPARES Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverOne of the very first Pins i ever played. Like "Playboy" this machine was placed in one of our local bakerys in early 1979. So Long ago....i'm getting old. Brilliant Bally EE design and game-play.
TARGET ALPHA Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverWhat a great DROP TARGET MONSTER!!!
TIME WARP Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverBanana Republic! Just cult!
TOMMY Data East (USA)Set up, plays!NeverIn my opinion, together with Guns 'n Roses, one of the best pins from Data East.
WIGGLER Bally (USA)Set up, plays!Never1967: Had to have three pins from this year. Now the famous Wiggler has arrived! Together with Jolly Roger and Hi-Score i reached my aim. This machine is so much fun to play. Unbelievable! Always challenging.
WIZARD Bally (USA)In storage, workingNeverA must have! Nothing else to say about "Wizard". Good gameplay. Near solid state coming a few years later.
XENON Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverBrilliant design. A great looker. My "Xenon" is in very good shape. No wear on the playfield.
 
 
Pinball machines that gorgar used to own in the past
(the following games are no longer part of gorgar's collection)
 
 
pinball nameDBmanufactureris it for sale?notespictures
300 Gottlieb (USA)Sold Just a very cool feature inside the backbox. A very unique form of counting the bonus. Played this game first time in 2012. Got to have it. Why did i sell it? Well - gameplay got boring after a short while. Although it was a brilliant looker it could leave my collection to a guy who was searching for "300" for a long time. He had special memories with this game.
BIG INDIAN Gottlieb (USA)Sold Machine needed to be checked all over. Someone had left bad work on one relay of the reset bank. Not funny. Tried my best... and solved the Problem. One contact was broken and missing and had to be replaced. Maybe the former owner had Problems doing or seeing this. Nice pin from Gottlieb's glory days. Hard, fast and challenging gameplay. Not easy to reach the replay.
BLUE RIBBON Bally (USA)Sold Easy but very challenging gameplay. This game will get its chance. At the moment i don't know if it will be an keeper. But: pur 1960ies fashion! And....Ted Zale put his hands on it!
CAMPUS QUEEN Bally (USA)Sold So far it was the oldest pin of my collection. Very hard and challenging game play. My game was in excellent condition. It left to a good guy. Why did i sell it? Well - i love hard and tough and challenging gameplay on EM games. But Campus Queen was that hard to play and beat that it really drove me nuts. To reduce my collection the decision was.....CQ - you can leave. Sold it to a member of Flipperliga Hannover.
CAPERSVILLE Bally (USA)Sold 2nd one. With original painting on cabinet and backbox. A great one! Left my collection and is now in good hands at "Sheriff_2012" - a real metalhead from Flipperliga Hannover!
CAPT. FANTASTIC AND THE BROWN DIRT COWBOY Bally (USA)Sold A "must have"!. Was searching for a longer time. Prices are exploding. After some work and shopping, it works fine now. Substance is really good. Only 44100 games played. Playfield looks nice.
CRITERIUM 75 Recel (Spain)Sold Backglass is "badly injured" by a bullet being fired in a gun fight in a Pub in Berlin/Capitol of Germany. As the former owner told me. Believe it or not. Second Spain machine i own.
DOCTOR WHO Midway (USA)Sold This is a very challenging pin. Absolutely unterrated in my opinion.
DOGIES Bally (USA)Sold Strange and beautiful artwork on the backglass. Another real Zipper-flipper classic from the 1960ies, produced by Bally. Challenging Gameplay. My "Dogies" is a mixed-one. German Backglass but american playfield. Must have been changed by one of its former owners. The machine is also not finally being re-painted (cabinet/backbox).
EIGHT BALL Bally (USA)Sold My first pin. Thanx to "wizard" who sold it to me. The virus of collecting took over with "Eight Ball".
ESCAPE FROM THE LOST WORLD Bally (USA)Sold Another crazy game from this late-80ies Bally Era. Got it near-by so i couldn't walk by. Will get its chance. Will it be a keeper? Not sure at the moment!
FACES Sonic (Spain)Sold My first EM-Pinball from Spain. A remake of the Williams "Grand Prix". Nice looker and great player. Sadly the cabinet has been painted fully in orange by one of its former owners.
FIREBALL CLASSIC Bally (USA)Sold I always thougt it was almost impossible to get the "real" FIREBALL from 1972. So i choose this one which is a very fine and nice looking re-make of the original one. Gameplay is stunning. Had "pimped" it with a few LED's like the guys of "TNT Amusements" showed on UTube. After purchasing the original this machine could leave in good Hands (gringonaut).
FULL HOUSE Williams (USA)Sold My 1st One-Player! Rarely found in Germany. A lot of fun hitting the slot reel targets to receive the right position. The reels will stop then to give you the chance getting 100 points for every hit. Also very difficult and challenging is hitting the left- and rightside target which, after beeing hit, lits the 100 points bumper in the upper middle. You'll need this shots to make the big points. If not it's almost impossible to reach the replay. This is a machine you play 30 games in line without getting bored. I like this stuff...
GOLD WINGS Gottlieb (USA)Sold Crazy 1980ies cult! One of the first things i did was re-connecting this unbelievable SIREN! Now i know why the operators split the cables and unplugged the fuse. Make some noise...!!!!!!!!!!!!! Had the opportunity to buy the TOPPER! This makes the machine looking really HUGE! What a Monster. You'll have to raise your room ceiling.
GORGAR Williams (USA)Sold Pure Cult! The one who's buyed my second "Gorgar" is still happy today....
HOT SHOT Gottlieb (USA)Sold Drop Targets and Pool Billiard. What else do you Need? Didn't thought that this pin is really challenging and a lot of fun to Play. First i found the backglass a Little bit cheesy but now i like it more and more.
JACKPOT Williams (USA)Sold Bought in 08/2013. Wasn´t in good condition until i started shopping the game. The Jackpot Reels are very cool. Bought new ones in Holland. The old ones were dirty. Sadly, the Reel cover plastic is damaged a lot. But all in all it's nice to have the 1971 Jackpot now in playable condition. Never ever put in a post i.e. between the flippers and the slingshots! There has to be this gap! It makes playing incredible exciting!
JUNGLE LORD Williams (USA)Sold Not working machine with a good basis to bring it back to life! All the best for its future owner! Could leave my collection.
JURASSIC PARK Data East (USA)Sold It's a nice and challenging game. My's got the topper, too. This is found rarely or very expensive. Didn't care about JP very much in the past. But now i have to admit that this pin is really cool. Well, i like Data East.
KISS Bally (USA)Sold German Version. Very nice condition. Although produced so many times it's hard to find one for a "normal" Price. Love that classic gameplay. Why did i sell this game? After playing it for a while i had to admit that KISS is much to easy to master (for me...). I am into metal and hard rock and really love KISS since the late 70ies. And the machine looks awesome! But the decision grew: leave my collection and delight someone else.
MAGNOTRON Gottlieb (USA)Sold Very challenging Pin. The addictive Horseshoe-Captive-Ball with the Kick-Out-Hole to earn the Bonus is always exciting and keeps me coming back over and over again. I like the unusual backglass, too.
MEDUSA Bally (USA)Sold A damned cool pinball. Used to play it in our local supermarket back in 1982.
MONTE CARLO Bally (USA)Sold For JIM PATLA and DAVE CHRISTENSEN there is always a place in my Collection. Brilliant Bally Pinball Design from the early 1970ies.
NBA FASTBREAK Midway (USA)Sold Unusual and challenging pin. Definitely underrated.
NIGHT RIDER Bally (USA)Sold Hit the Spinners until they bleed! Great very early Bally EE.
NITRO GROUND SHAKER Bally (USA)Sold One of the best backglasses ever designed.
PAT HAND Williams (USA)Sold Never ever played or saw this pin before. A very interesting wide and open playfield. It's hard to reach Extra Ball by hitting the four JOKERS.
RAVEN Gottlieb (USA)Sold RAVEN! HARDBODY! Together as one in my collection. Highlights! Played them both in the 80ies. Icons of the Century! Underrated!
SMART SET Williams (USA)Sold This machine is a nice and simple late 60ies Williams Pinball on which you con play some games from time to time. Strange that those kind of machines never get boring for me. Maybe it's because of you can calm down on them after a long working day. Love those Williams stuff from that era.
SPACE MISSION Williams (USA)Sold It's always fun to bring an EM back to life. But sometimes not....By far the heaviest work i had to do. This pin was over and over full off "Kontaktspray" (contact cleaner). I could have killed the guy who did it!!! Haven't count the hours i had to clean and clean and clean. And afterthat there was a mysterious problem with the advance bonus which directly made the machine "tilt" if hit as the fist contact after starting a game. Afterthat the machine was running fine. But could leave now. A nice looker!
SPIN WHEEL Gottlieb (USA)Sold Bought it nearby from two guys who had a Garage full of cars. Thought this machine has potential also it was dirty and sticky and the backglass was missing. Had to be fully shopped. A cool late 1960ies classic from Gottlieb. After hours and hours of working and repairing it is running fine now. The Spinning wheel is a cool Feature. I made the corresponding spinner running like wild using a drop of "Waffenöl". So the arrow light is running and running before it stops. And how lucky i was when i could find the missing backglass in Hannover/Germany. Cheers!
SPIRIT OF 76 Gottlieb (USA)Sold Another real classic. Great artwork. And designed by the brilliant Wayne Neyens.
STAR POOL Williams (USA)Sold Strange Williams Drop-Targets. Not seen very often on games of this age. A hard to beat EM-Pin with the same idea of Spinning Wheel used many years later on Tales of the Arabian Nights (TOTAN).
STAR TREK Bally (USA)Sold A real Bally classic! Those were the days...Sadly "Mr. Spock" passed away in 2015. I will always remember him by looking at the nice backglass artwork.
STARDUST Williams (USA)Sold This machine was never on my "to buy list". Never heard of it before or played it in the past. Now after it has been fully shopped it's a fine pin to play some games from time to time. The Spinning Arrow is always challenging. Looking nice in a dark room with full illumination on. The Backglass is in good condition. Early 70ies cult. A relict of the flower-power era.
STRANGE SCIENCE Bally (USA)Sold Love it or hate it. I always loved it. Very specific gameplay. Totally crazy backglass design. This machine is something very different. One of the best out of the 6803 era. Not for everyone...
THE CHAMPION PUB Midway (USA)Sold A seldom seen machine which i always liked. Unusual gameplay. Very exciting to bet your score and fight against the big ugly boxer. This pin is always getting attention by people who are not so into pinball (like me....). Very glad to own one of this not that often produced "The Champion Pub" machines.
THE ROLLING STONES Stern (USA)Sold I like the band, i like the Music and theme ....and the pin is awesome, too. Not that often seen because a lot of People didn't like "The Rolling Stones" from STERN. I liked it from the beginning. Nice Music and smooth gameplay. Not as easy as it seems. For beginners and pros. My pin is HUO after it has been a NIB sold to a german owner.
TOTEM Gottlieb (USA)Sold Another nice looking System-1-game which i exchanged against my Spirit of '76. Think this deal was okay so far.
TX-SECTOR Gottlieb (USA)Sold One of the best System 80b games. The machine wasn't running. Left to a good guy. His aim is to get the Pin being playable again. Good luck on your Mission!
DISCLAIMER: This page shows the pinball machine Collection of PinballOwners member gorgar from Gifhorn, Germany. The coin operated pinball machines listed above, including their images, were uploaded into our database by gorgar himself; gorgar 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 gorgar'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.
 
 
Comments left by other members of our website
 
 From cinnabar on 01-27-2019 14:03:
Excellent pin man !!!😏 Keeps all the old treasuries a live!
 From sofasurfer on 10-12-2018 19:36:
Hallo, hast auch eine kleine nette Sammlung. :) Schau mal wieder bei mir rein, ich habe zuwachs bekommen. Lg
 From crjfan on 09-29-2018 08:11:
Sehr schöne Sammlung und tolle Fotos!
 From dgmonkey on 08-10-2018 01:27:
Incredible collection you have and have had!
 From jur on 03-16-2018 21:53:
Beeindruckende Sammlung. Meine EMs gibt es leider nur als Visual Pinball, der Platz ist begrenzt und meine Vorliebe sind EEs und neuere Geräte.
 From packie on 03-11-2018 00:09:
Awesome Collection!
 From just on 12-14-2017 16:01:
Nice EM collection...
Will you give or sell me your Capersville? :))
ps: Thanks for pictures!! :)
 From demido on 10-07-2017 20:09:
Die sammlung ist sehr schön; gratuliere!!
 From fliperfan on 07-23-2017 18:10:
Sehr schöne Sammlung, netter Kontakt, danke für die Hilfe
 From tomk on 03-27-2017 16:38:
Beautiful collection of machines, I would really like to have a Gorgar, Silverball and Xenon in my collection. Fantastic job of keeping the 70's-90's alive and well!
 From webmaster on 03-01-2017 20:06:
Nice selection of classics! I need to come visit some day!!
 From magnotron on 01-07-2017 08:24:
Super Sammlung, toller Zustand, Respekt
 From jokerpoker on 12-24-2016 11:15:
Fantastic collection you have there.
 From tsv1860 on 11-22-2016 09:46:
Eine tolle Sammlung! Hut ab! Muss brutal viel Arbeit gewesen sein.
 From tenholtpianist on 11-06-2016 10:21:
Great collection you got there! We share a fascination; EM multiball pinballs!
 From bop-martin on 07-04-2016 20:05:
Du hast eine tolle Sammlung schöner alter Geräte zusammengetragen. Weiter so!
 From runbikeskilee on 06-13-2016 12:49:
Just looked at your collection: very nice! I recall most of your machines fondly.
If you ever get to the Baltimore/Washington area of the USA, you are welcome to come play the Drop-A-Card.

I see you live near Wolfsburg. Wondering if that the same Wolfsburg with a VW factory? I used to have an 80s Wolfsburg edition Scirocco.
 From kangourou on 05-08-2016 15:30:
Very NICE collection, congratulations !
 From surfchamp on 04-04-2016 01:13:
Excellent collection and worthy of the "pick of the day"!
 From wedgehead on 03-31-2016 22:03:
Very nice collection.....your XENON is the nicest example I've ever seen....absolutely beautiful machine......
 From studentprince on 03-23-2016 10:55:
Nice EM collection. Especially Jolly Roger.
 From ala on 02-16-2016 16:18:
Nice collection:-)
 From tillone on 02-12-2016 22:22:
Very Very nice !!!
 From oscarspa on 05-20-2015 20:07:
Incredible collection of EM, congratulations!!!
 From redrolloverlit on 04-24-2015 07:40:
Great collection, the EMs you have are great games. Your Bally EMs are real classics, especially Capersville.
 From hendrikm on 09-15-2014 06:41:
A beautiful collection with lots of detailed photographs and lots of classic pins. The George Christian Eight Ball must surely be the ultimate early Solid State machine to own, with more than 20,000 units sold during the 70's, this must surely put it right up there with the best machines ever made like Twilight Zone (if not the best considering the time period).
 From bandwagon on 08-20-2014 09:29:
Great collection with beautiful classics of the 60`s. Congratulations!
The Ted Zale designed "Capersville" and "Wiggler" are
great machines from that era and the artwork of Jerry Kelley
is a class of its own and still stunning.
 
 
gorgar's network - Collectors that gorgar trusts
10 Collectors in gorgar's network:
 
4starstout
AURORA, Canada
bombjack
Badenstedt, Germany
duffy
Achim, Germany
gringonaut
Holzminden, Germany
hanbee
Kirchlengern, Germany
joseallen
São Mamede de Infesta, Portugal
oscarspa
Jaén, Spain
ozobol
Salzgitter, Germany
tth
Hamburg, Germany
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Burgdorf, Germany
 
 
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