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Pinball Collection of sparknuts
5 pinball machines
last updated: 11/04/2021
Member: sparknuts
From: LAS VEGAS,NV USA (find on the map)
Specialty': Electromechanicals from the 70's
Member since: 05/30/2014
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sparknuts owns these 5 pinballs:

pinball nameDBmanufacturerconditionis it for sale?notespictures
BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL Chicago Coin (USA)Set up, plays!NeverThis is a really great game! I got this in a trade and it was in great condition. The animated backglass is really cool and the rule set is great also. The star feature is the best, when you get a home run with the star lit, it cancels one out!! Its a game changer..
CENTIGRADE 37 Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverMachine looks like it came off Gottlieb's showroom floor. Looks and plays great! You gotta love the artwork and the animated thermometer on the backglass.
GOLD STRIKE Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverTraded this game for my Gottlieb Eye of the Tiger. After adjusting every switch and replacing a few relays, this add-a-ball game works perfectly!  
JUMPING JACK Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverMy 1st pinball. I used to sneak out and play this machine at a 7-11 next door when I was a child. Playfield looks great, new backglass, cabinet repainted, and new coin door. All around beautiful machine.
TOP CARD Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverTotal restoration. Playfield sanded down to bare wood, the playfield was airbrushed and the graphics I used waterslide paper. Every nut and bolt polished, cabinet repainted inside and out.
Pinball machines that sparknuts used to own in the past
(the following games are no longer part of sparknuts's collection)
pinball nameDBmanufactureris it for sale?notespictures
BIG SHOT Gottlieb (USA)Sold I picked up this machine from a collector who took great care of it. I sold to buy a Gottlieb Sure Shot, but the Sure Shot deal fell thru and now I don't have either one. Another lesson learned.  
COUNT-DOWN Gottlieb (USA)Sold Purchased this game at a yard sale and being my first electronic pinball machine I didnt inspect it too well. It was missing many components and the playfield was cracked along the side. I had to part out this machine.  
EYE OF THE TIGER Gottlieb (USA)Sold Traded this machine for a Gottlieb Gold Strike (Single Player Add-a-ball version of El-Dorado)  
HIT AND RUN Williams (USA)Sold Good pitch and bat game but the game was twice the size of a pinball machine and it took up too much room. When I sold it I was able to squeeze 2 games in its place!  
KNOCKOUT Bally (USA)Sold Didn't really like this game as the backglass was not pleasant to look at and game play wasn't great.  
NUGENT Stern (USA)Sold I picked up this game at a garage sale. The game was in good condition but the sound stopped working after I transported the machine to my house. An interested buyer made me an offer I couldn't refuse.  
PIONEER Gottlieb (USA)Sold I decided to get rid of all of my two player games and collect only single player games (wedgeheads).  
ROLLER COASTER Gottlieb (USA)Sold Was a very unusual game from Gottlieb with the habitrails below the 2 kick-out holes. The game was in great condition. The backglass showed people riding in a rollercoaster and if you look closely at the backglass, you will see a rider hanging for dear life on the outside one of the cars. Great theme!!!  
TARGET POOL Gottlieb (USA)Sold Sad to say I had to part out this game as it was too far gone to restore. Too many missing parts and very bad water damage. I purchased this machine sight-unseen...Lesson learned.  
DISCLAIMER: This page shows the pinball machine Collection of PinballOwners member sparknuts from LAS VEGAS, NV, USA. The coin operated pinball machines listed above, including their images, were uploaded into our database by sparknuts himself; sparknuts 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 sparknuts'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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