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Member: atpcfiaim
From: Tacoma,WA USA (find on the map)
Specialty': Electromechanicals from the 70's
Member since: 05/12/2012
32 pinball machines
last updated: 05/12/2024
pinball nameDBmanufacturerconditionis it for sale?notespictures
ATLANTIS Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverTraded a Gottlieb Hit the Deck for this Atlantis. Recently installed a Ron Webb backglass. Playfield restored by the previous owner. He did a fantastic job. I really like Atlantis and donít miss Hit the Deck. Update: New coin door and hardware installed. New rings, cleaned and waxed May 2022. Paint and stencil kit ordered for cabinet respray. Cabinet respray complete. Cleaned up a lot of beer and Coca Cola damage inside the cabinet. Cabinet looks better but I resisted the urge to add additional detail around the coin door so it remains as Gottlieb designed it. My collection of pinballs posted here on, including Atlantis, each have dime or quarter coin mechs installed, as indicated by the coin entry plates. Iíve had most of the mechs for a while but my friend Larry in Olympia sold me the rest.
BIG DEAL Williams (USA)Set up, plays!Never36k plays, sold to me as home use only and looks like it. Plugged it in and it started and everything worked! Unreal. Needs a shop job as it plays kinda gummy. I had been looking for this title for about 10 years. Thanks to JethroP in SJC. Update: I have gone through everything on this machine. Discovered the match unit is missing something. The space between the pull in coil and stepper is too great to move unit. Canít figure this out without seeing another. I purchased the proper armature plate for the missing part on the match unit. Spent a few hours in total trying to fit the plate to no avail. Have to circle back to this one. New horseshoe target installed, many light sockets restored to working with PBR socket cleaning tool. By far the fastest playing game in my collection, must have played like this back in the day. Plays like new. Update: Match unit armature which moves the stepper was broken at the usual spot. I was able to purchase a match unit from an EM Hot Tip. Removed the pcbís from Big Deal and removed the broken match unit and installed the working unit and installed my Big Deal pcbís. Now it works as designed. Very well executed acrylic backglass installed. Recently one of the top arch suit of cards would not reset to begin new ball. Tweaked the relay to get it closer to the reset position and cleaned the old grease off of the relay. No repair until I added grease back to the relay. Seems bulletproof now.
BIG SHOT Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverPurchased locally in good condition. Backglass is almost perfect. Playfield appears to have mylar installed after restoration. Cabinet very nice.
BLACK JACK Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverEM version. Supposedly one of 120 made, I always thought it might be fun to play. Should clean up well, bgresto backglass on the way. Purchased from FB Marketplace for $1600. Update: My method is everything works before the restoration process. This helps me familiarize myself with the game and its workings. Started today with the bonus unit. Now all the lights work but there is a 100 point switch stuck somewhere. UPDATE: Now up and running after shop job and cleaning. New before and after photos. Not perfect, but much better than what I started with cosmetically. The game originally had a Bally ďOver The TopĒ buzzer which was activated when the player beat the dealer and scored a ďWinnerĒ. I found that buzzer too distracting because this game features a 100, 000ís reel, so I replaced the buzzer with a bell. Now each time the player beats the dealer the bell rings. Bell was able to fit where the buzzer was mounted. Plays fast. An old nemesis reared its ugly head. A previous owner had sprayed a ďlubricantĒ on the 4 suit of card relays. I would fix this by cleaning the contacts, come back the next day and the repair would be failed. Finally figured out I had to use a degreaser on the 4 relays to get that stuff off of there. That fixed it for about a year and it came back recently. More degreaser applied and this appears to have repaired the relays again. Ugh!
BUCKAROO Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverI repainted the cabinet to original. I must have used 10 rolls of masking tape to get it done. Very nice example. Purchased from a Minnesota collector. New rings, clean, and polish for 2022. Installed LED lamps to illuminate tilt and over in game over for better legibility, all others remain incandescent. Switched from 5 ball to 3 balls per game. 3 ball game spots the 2 roto numbers displayed on roto at start of game. Also making A spots C and making B spots D at top of playfield. Updated photos.
CAPT. FANTASTIC AND THE BROWN DIRT COWBOY Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverNOS playfield sourced out of Boston and installed by myself, pre-rotisserie. Over the Top, no star backglass. Low serial number production. Restored cabinet from NJ. Expertly resprayed back to original except for the inside top rails. These were curiously untouched? Game purchased in the mountains of Idaho from an old operator. Purchased with water damaged original playfield later replaced. Cleaned, waxed and new rings early 2022.
CENTIGRADE 37 Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverI was able to purchase a reproduction backglass of unknown manufacture. Looks great. Currently seeking a Wade Krause playfield to complete the restoration. Tilt not working properly due to relay being soaked in contact cleaner and left to rust all the relay switches together. Tilt ends game worked but tilt ends ball in play now works as designed. Update 08/23. Cabinet resprayed back to original. Despite my Earl Scheib-level cabinet preparation it is a huge improvement over what it was before I painted it. Put a better door skin on the coin door. Started and ran perfectly after the respray and door skin. I couldnít find a nos or Wade playfield for this game so after a few more plays I will strip the pf and ship it off for restoration.
CENTRAL PARK Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverI repainted the cabinet to original. Quite nice playfield and backglass. Purchased from Larry in Olympia. Update 2022. Cleaned and waxed. New rings installed. Removed 2 balls and switched to 3 ball per game to try something different. Game now spots 20 points on the right and 30 points on the left at game start.
DOODLE BUG Williams (USA)Set up, needs some workNeverMy friend James was able to peel this Doodle Bug away from his collection and sell it to me. Thanks James! Playfield is currently being stripped for professional restoration. Cabinet needs a respray back to original. Jeff says no stencils available. BGResto backglass on the way. Despite its needs it has good bones and should clean up well. Update: Playfield stripped for restoration, cabinet base coat applied. Stencils from Jeff in Tampa have arrived. Original manual, schematic, and envelope purchased from Larry in Olympia.
EVEL KNIEVEL Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverEM version, should clean up very nicely, have NOS playfield and plastics . Recently converted back to US voltage and started and ran first time I tried with new US transformer. UPDATE. NOS Playfield not installed. Classic Playfields version installed on expert advice instead. Hard to argue with the results. NOS playfield sold to Portland, OR. Cleaned and waxed 2022. I incorrectly installed a lower center white target. Correct red target now installed. Thank you to Markus in CH for the huge opportunity to purchase this game from his collection.
FIREBALL Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverLooked at many before I bought this one out of Nebraska. Quite nice. Wrecked a bench grinder polishing all the metal to chrome finish. Waxed and new rings installed 09/22. Old rings were ABC brand and still had some stretch to them after 20 years. I use PRW rings. PRW is an abbreviation for Pinball Rubber Works. These rings have the bounce we all remember from the now defunct ABC brand. I buy every part I can get from Steve Young and Pinball Resource. The only thing I do not buy from Pinball Resource is rubber rings. PRW rings are simply the best.
FOUR MILLION B.C. Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverMint backglass with quite nice playfield and cabinet. I have had this game so long I donít remember where I got it! Time for it to get shopped again. Playfield stripped, polished, and ringed in 2022. Played fine prior to shop job but mushroom bumper rings were so old they were turning to dust. Like playing a new game now. Update-Bumpers would remain illuminated between balls instead of resetting. Commonly blamed on magnetized relay armature, I repaired this problem by increasing the tension on the relay switches toward the ďopenĒ or unpowered position on the relay. The increased spring tension allowed the bumper relays to reset between balls. Bally never illuminated the large plastic at the top of the playfield. I have fabricated a wiring harness from spare parts and installed 3 bulb sockets. I thought about installing 4 sockets but Iím glad I didnít. 3 bulbs are enough. Power was tapped from just below the upper shooter lane wiring harness. Have not tested new harness. New upper playfield lighting tested and installation now complete.
GEMINI Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverHere are some photos of Gemini just off the truck. Put together and tested. All functions work. Broken down again to set up in game room. Cabinet repainted to original. Transparent playfield protector installed. Incorrect color bumper bodies and skirts, proper replacements coming from Pinball Resource. Red and White targets need to be switched with each other. Bumper action as described by seller, working but sluggish. UPDATE Playfield currently stripped for insert leveling and paint restoration and sent to professional restorers. First pf I have had this done to. UPDATE Playfield done at the restorers. Re-population has begun and now complete. Game started and played on first smoke test with a short in pf lights causing them to display dimly. Found the short and cleaned a few lamp sockets, and now game plays as designed. Pinball Resource supplied higher powered bumper coils to repair the only problem the game had when I purchased it. I am now just fine tuning the game, but restoration is complete and it is almost ready to move into its place. Done 05/22. I recently installed dime and quarter coin mechs on all my games. The coin return button on Gemini was not working due to a broken screw. A little JB 80 Twice as Good and I got the screw back out. Replaced the screw with one from the original coin door. Works good now.
HOT TIP Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverEM version. NOS backglass, need to install the extra playfield as I wrecked the original with a Magic Eraser. Update 2022. Game never awarded horseshoes properly. One horseshoe would improperly award 2nd and 3rd horseshoe with each turn of the score motor making this game way too easy. I could never find a solution so I gave it to a friend and he called another friend and they finally got it working properly. The score motor switch was wired incorrectly. Wires switched with each other to restore correct horseshoe awards. This appears to have been wired incorrectly from the factory. All the credit for this fix to Chris and Larry. Playfield currently being restored. Update 08/23. Playfield back from the restorers. It should be installed late summer.
JOKER POKER Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverEM version. Superbly restored by somebody that really knew what they were doing. Cabinet and playfield restored to nearly flawless condition. Mechanically perfect. Originally chime delete to France. Thanks to Mike in Europe to help install and get running a new set of his chimes. Awesome! Update: Cleaned and waxed, new rings installed 2022. Purchased with a single chute coin door installed in poor condition. Purchased a double chute used EM door. Not plug and play so I switched the wiring harness over to the new door. Huge improvement cosmetically.
JUMPING JACK Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!Yes!
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Herb Silvers backglass. Nice playfield from a collector in Portland. Installed Pinball Resource high power bumper coils for improved speed and it is quite an improvement. Previously installed high power flipper coils on lower flippers. Another collector noted that moving the flipper stop brackets effectively improved flipper power by giving flippers a longer power stroke. This method works well. Another cabinet I need to restore. Originally played this game in California in 1973.
KLONDIKE Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverGame HUO from new. Must have died in 1973 judging by playfield wear. NOS backglass from Johnís Jukes in Vancouver. Purchased locally from another collector here in Washington. I played this in the early Ď70ís on location in Los Angeles. Shopped and polished 3/2022.
LINE DRIVE Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverHerb Silvers backglass and plastics. Okay playfield. I repainted the cabinet to original design. All solid-state sound effects still work. Set up at NW Pinball Show after restoration and now have the perfect amount of playfield ďgrimeĒ. Purchased from another collector in Kansas City.
LITTLE JOE Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverAppears to be HUO. Works but will need a complete shop and topside clean and polish. Remarkably clean example. Playfield completely stripped to allow access with orbital buffer with 2Ē pads with polishing compound then wax. Plastics cleaned and standoffs polished. Screw heads tumbled or buffed. New bumper bodies, skirts, and flipper bats. Cleaned up very nicely. Cabinet nearly perfect. Game plays well.
LUCKY SEVEN Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverEM version. Needs total restoration. Playfield completely planked. I am hoping to find a backglass for it as the original does not have much ink remaining. Plays pretty good but needs a shop job bad. New door skin installed. Backglass and playfield out for professional restorations. Update: BGResto backglass arrived and looks great! Restored playfield on the roto. Looks fantastic! Restoration complete. LVP did their usual stellar job, same with BGResto. Both these companies are a great resource to have behind any restoration. They make it look like I know what I am doing. A couple hundred or so plays on this have really loosened up and sped up the play on this game. Williams fast.
MATA HARI EM Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverEM version. New playfield and backglass installed thanks to Tim. Cabinet needs to be repainted. Purchased from a collector in Illinois. Never did work correctly after purchase due to a Jones plug not properly inserted into its receptacle. It appeared to be correctly plugged in, but had not been, possibly for years. New coin door skin installed.
MONTE CARLO Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverMint backglass. Could use a better playfield. Local purchase of another game I played back in the day. Update: Front of cabinet cleaned up via polishing of coin door frame and carriage bolts. Coin door holes from old lock bar filled with polished carriage bolts. New coin door skin installed to repair old lock bar holes. Proper Phillips head screws used in place of my previous incorrect slotted screws. Cleaned and waxed plus new rings 05/22.
NIGHT RIDER Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverEM version. Installed NOS playfield but I also bought a CPR playfield. Cabinet repainted quite nicely by a retired military man, now a restorer/dealer. Old Wico rings changed out for PRW, playfield waxed. 09/22. New door skin installed to repair old lock bar holes. New apron stickers installed over old artwork. Update-Dead short on start up. Appears to reset everything but does not kick ball out before main slo-blo fuse blows. Iím glad I had purchased resettable circuit breakers for troubleshooting problems exactly like this. Unfortunately, I may have to bypass the fuses and circuit breakers to smoke out the short because I canít see or find the problem. I moved the machine and it fixed the problem but now it is back. Stay tuned.
NIP-IT Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverBought from a MN collector. I wish I could repay the favor. Quite nice. First restoration 1998. Going through, improving and correcting my previous restorations in March of 2022. New rings, cleaned, and waxed 2022. Fixed ball count unit to repair ball in play indication. Also repaired failed end of ball bonus and ball count step up, which is a common failure in this game. Recently repaired multiple player game fault. Game would not return to first player on next ball during multiple player game. Turned out to be misadjusted player reset relay, which is exactly one sentence in the manual for this game. New photos posted.
OLD CHICAGO Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverBought when I lived in Idaho. Backglass mint, playfield pretty close. Cabinet repainted back to original. Shopped with new rings, cleaned and waxed March 2022. Used to be one of the easier games to win a replay until I put on new PRW rings. Now itís next to impossible.
PAT HAND Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverVery nice original game I have been trying to find for a while. Needs to be shopped. Update: Pat Hand has been cleaned and waxed. Game plays very fast with new rings and tune up. Purchased and installed backglass. If made another backglass that I need I would buy it. Update-I was finding this game a little too easy to earn an extra ball so I moved the posts between the right side targets toward the center of the playfield. This proved to be quite effective as I have not earned an extra ball since making the modification.
PHANTOM  Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverRifle Game. My first auction purchase. KOA campground outside Boise sold the land to a developer. This game was up for auction as a result of liquidation. Found the auction ad in a newspaper a long time ago. Love the sharp artwork. Tried to zero the gunsight but is really a two person job.  
SPANISH EYES Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverOne of my favorites. Need better playfield and backglass. I should repaint the cabinet. Bought from a farm worker in Iowa. Another game I played in LA in the early Ď70ís. 20+year old restoration shopped out in January 2022. One of the rings broke removing it from the game. Plays like a different game now. Recently, a few of the numbers 1-6 failed to register when hit. Original factory grease on the associated relays had hardened preventing the relay to pull in. Cleaned and re-lubed with synthetic grease.
STRANGE WORLD Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!NeverS serial number sample game. Purchased from a very knowledgeable and enthusiastic collector in Vancouver. Playfield was completely planked. Cabinet was with the usual fade and also pretty scratched up. It had not run since I bought it 3 years ago. Update: Wade Krause playfield installed. Pinball Rescue plastics installed. Removed ledís from the back box and installed incandescent bulbs. The backglass colors are now much more vibrant. Cabinet repaint back to original complete. Pimp stencils and a spatter brush from Amazon. Huge improvement over the original scratched and faded cabinet. More difficult 5 ball rules partially implemented on 3 ball game. 2 or 3 scores 2 and 3 on 3 ball game. This only applies to White numbers now. Green and Yellow numbers must each be scored individually. Much more difficult to win now thanks to 2 pieces of heat shrink tubing on the 3 or 5 ball jones plug. Ron Webb backglass to be ordered when he begins production. Delivery of new glass in May?
SURF CHAMP Gottlieb (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationNeverClapped-out, dry rotted shitbox of a game. Starts, runs, and plays. Local pick up. Cabinet and head water damaged and dry rotted. Apron, front door, and backglass are surprisingly nice. Will require total restoration and many of my spare parts.
WILD CARD Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverThe operator that sold this game for retail completely stripped the coin door so it could not be routed again. What a violation. Also disabled on/off switch. Game should clean up nicely. So far, the playfield is cleaning up nicely. Magic Eraser being used with caution, with excellent results. Finally managed to complete the playfield restoration with excellent results. First photos are before and next photos are the result. Fabricated coin door entry lights with parts from other Williams coin door. Used high score plugs from a Gottlieb game to get power and ground from Jones plug on bottom mechanism board to power the lights. Recently installed coin return trough to allow for the proper installation of the coin return flap on stripped coin door. A satisfactory, if only skin-deep victory over the scorched earth policy of the last owner-operator. Match returned to working order by cleaning 10ís score reel pcb. Match failed again when horse shoe contact lifted away from pcb. Repaired with a switch adjuster without taking reel apart this time.
WIZARD Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverInstalled new Wade Krause playfield. Backglass and cabinet in great shape. Bought reproduced back glass at Seattle pinball show. Flippers chatter like no other machine I have had. Rebuilt, triple checked connections are correct, new coil stops, nothing seems to fix this. Update: Fixed chattering flippers by cutting 1/8Ē space on both sides of the flipper link to allow the return spring to fully compress. No more chattering flippers. New coin door skin installed. Installed bridge rectifiers on both slingshots and all 3 thumper bumpers. After completely rebuilding these 5 items and clearing the connections on the rail with no discernible improvement in performance, I converted these coils from AC to DC with 50v full wave bridge rectifiers. Predictably huge improvement in playfield speed. Update-Spinner feature would remain illuminated between balls. Even after Game Over. Applied more tension on spinner relay ďopenĒ or unpowered switch positions to repair.
Pinball machines that atpcfiaim used to own in the past
(the following games are no longer part of atpcfiaim's collection)
pinball nameDBmanufactureris it for sale?notespictures
ABRA CA DABRA Gottlieb (USA)Sold I didnít play this game before I bought it as it was broken down. That was a mistake. I won 13 games the first time I played it. Never became a more difficult game after I shopped it and used all the conservative settings.  
AIR ACES Bally (USA)Sold Sold this to another pilot. I liked the theme but it was never as good as the Gottlieb original, Jumping Jack/Jack in the Box.  
ARGOSY Williams (USA)Sold I like Williams games and Iím glad I bought it. Sunken inserts forced me to move it on.  
BASE HIT Williams (USA)Sold Bought as a restoration project. Fell to the back burner and was sold as is.  
BIG SHOW Bally (USA)Sold Another Bally copy of a Gottlieb game, Wild Life. Creepy Clown on the backglass, seizure-inducing pf plastics. I could not sell this machine fast enough.  
DIAMOND JACK Gottlieb (USA)Sold Picked this up at an antique store in Idaho City, Idaho. Played hundreds of times, got bored with it, and traded it for a Gottlieb King Kool. Obviously very early in my pinball collecting career.  
DROP-A-CARD Gottlieb (USA)Sold Another mint Gottlieb drop target game. Fantastic playfield and backglass. Just kind of went smooth after a while. Hate to see such a nice game leave but I was admiring its condition more than playing the actual game.  
EL DORADO Gottlieb (USA)Sold Local find in Seattle. Player quality only, I kind of understand itís popularity. Owned for a couple years with High Hand.  
FAN-TAS-TIC Williams (USA)Sold Bought this game and Travel Time for $200 each. Shopped and donated to an at risk youth home.  
FLIP-A-CARD Gottlieb (USA)Sold Shopped and sold in Boise Idaho. Partially planked playfield and only decent backglass.  
FLIPPER PARADE Gottlieb (USA)Sold Flipper Series game. Gobble holes not interesting to me. Sold to New York.  
FLYING CARPET  Midway (USA)Sold Rifle game. Plexiglas backglass was mint. Sold to Seattle Pinball Museum.  
FLYING CARPET Gottlieb (USA)Sold Very nice original playfield. BGResto backglass, usual faded cabinet. Bought from Larry in Olympia and now sold back to Larry. I have cabinet stencils for it but never used them.  
GRIDIRON Gottlieb (USA)Sold Found this in Boise. 2-player version of Pro Football. Very nice backglass and playfield. I think Pro Football is the better game with the real spinner and cabinet artwork (uprights) on the head.  
HIGH HAND Gottlieb (USA)Sold Very popular game in my youth. Local find, shopped out, played for a year or two and sold. Kind of a snooze with all the targets down. Another Gottlieb hits the road.  
HIT THE DECK Gottlieb (USA)Sold My old neighbor brought this by in his pickup truck. Looked good in the sunshine, so we haggled a bit, and I bought it. I played this game quite a bit but another friend had a Gottlieb Atlantis he wanted to trade. The Atlantis wasnít as nice, but I made the trade anyway. I donít miss Hit the Deck and I really like Atlantis.  
JET SPIN Gottlieb (USA)Sold First pinball purchase circa 1980. Traded for a Williams Black Knight after it stopped working.  
JUNGLE QUEEN Gottlieb (USA)Sold In pretty good shape when I bought it from Larry in Olympia. Shop job and cleanup turned out a much improved game. Ultimately moved it on primarily because of the space between the upper and lower flippers made the game too easy.  
KING KOOL Gottlieb (USA)Sold Heard of this game back in the day. Played it on location in Los Angeles along with King Rock. Only interested in the game for nostalgia. Sold on to AZ.  
KING PIN Gottlieb (USA)Sold Another game like Drop a Card, mint all around but sold due to lack of playing time. A hard but necessary choice all of us in the hobby have to make.  
OFFICIAL BASEBALL Williams (USA)Sold Found a newspaper add listing a pitch and bat. This was the game. Cabinet painted in brown latex. Stripped the paint off and made stencils from the original design under the latex. Repainted each of the men on the field. Fun game to beat and reset the high score. Looks cool, a little slow to play. I believe it now resides in a museum.  
RANCHO Williams (USA)Sold Metal cabinet. Very heavy.
SKY LINE Gottlieb (USA)Sold Found a NOS pf and installed it myself in my first pf swap. Someone had repainted the cabinet back to original and the backglass was perfect but it just didnít get played.  
SKYLAB Williams (USA)Sold I bought this from an operator when I lived in Boise in 1991 to renew my pinball ownership history. I had previously owned a Black Knight and a Jet Spin in high school, but I had to liquidate all non-revenue producing assets to pay for flying lessons. It turned out to be a good educational investment. After Skylab stopped working I went back to the operator for advice and he handed me a Gameroom magazine and wished me luck. I found The Pinball Resource, called, and Steve eventually was able to help me get it back running again over the phone. Looking back now, I canít imagine the patience and goodwill it took from Steve to talk a total newbie through repairing his own machine for the first time. Simply amazing.  
SOLAR CITY Gottlieb (USA)Sold Owned an El Dorado first, but this was in too nice a condition to pass up. I didnít keep it as long as the Eldo. The playfield layout on those games is fun but I would not buy another.  
SPIRIT OF 76 Gottlieb (USA)Sold   
SUPER STAR Williams (USA)Sold 
SURE SHOT Gottlieb (USA)Sold As with most of my games I bought this as a non-runner. After I got it working again, I sold it as I did not care for this game. I think I am in the minority on not liking this Gottlieb.  
SWINGER Williams (USA)Sold What a groovy game. I played this on location back in the day so when one came up for sale, I bought it. Super fast player and I love the hot pink and other fluorescent colors. Cooler backglass than Fun Fest.  
TOP CARD Gottlieb (USA)Sold Home use only game. Easy restoration sold back to the guy that sold it to me. Very clean original.
TOP SCORE Gottlieb (USA)Sold I found this at an operators ďwarehouseĒ in Idaho City, Idaho. One of the few EM games he had left. Unfortunately his warehouse just a roof over a concrete floor and the damp had wrecked the pf. I was able to get it up and running again but every time the ball came down the pf it took the pf paint with it. Basically pre-internet days and I could not find a better pf. So I parted it out, unfortunately. The backglass is still pretty nice in whatís left of the head in my garage.  
TRAVEL TIME Williams (USA)Sold Purchased this game and Fan Tas Tic for $200 each due to condition. Got them shopped and running, then donated to an at-risk youth home.  
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Comments left by other members of our website
 From gorgar on 06-21-2016 14:12:
This is a very fine collection! I'll be visiting you someday. When i am in your area. Is this okay for you....?! :-)
From germany: Gorgar
 From bandwagon on 08-15-2014 10:53:
A beautiful and well-chosen collection with some amazing rarities as Mata Hari and Evel Knievel in the EM version. Congratulations to these beautiful pinballs!
 From kangourou on 07-28-2014 09:27:
Awesome collection with rare titles ! Congrats
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