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Pinball Collection of azpinchick
12 pinball machines
last updated: 04/22/2017
  Member: azpinchick
From: Phoenix,AZ USA (find on the map)
Specialty: First generation Solid-State
Member since: 01/24/2010
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azpinchick owns these 12 pinballs:

pinball nameDBmanufacturerconditionis it for sale?notespictures
BARRACORA Williams (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationNeverSick game! Hard to describe. Donated my plastics to CPR so they could copy them to produce new plastic sets for Barracora. These should be available now, I believe. With enough interest, CPR would produce new playfields as well, if anyone is interested. The game plays well and I have not begun restoration on it yet, not that it needs it yet. She's in very good shape.  
EIGHT BALL DELUXE Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverGot a smokin' deal on this super-sweet EBD restored by Fabulous Fantasies. Such a great game and gorgeous restoration with lots of chrome everywhere. Plays loose and sloppy just like an EBD should play!
ELVIRA AND THE PARTY MONSTERS Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverThis game used to live in a sandwich shop across the street from a junior high school in a large east coast inner-city neighborhood. How it ended up in Arizona is anyone's guess. The glass was carved with initials but amazingly they didn't carve the cabinet at all. The playfield was very well worn and the thing was a mess, but she came together very well and plays like a mofo! Super-fast action with fast black rubber. Will post more pics later.
EMBRYON Bally (USA)Set up, needs some workNeverFREAKIN EMBRYON!!!!! So, I just picked this up today and I cannot tell you how excited I am about it! I figured I'd never find an Embryon that needed some work. God what a beautiful game! Look it up. I haven't got pics yet, but will soon!  
FIREPOWER Williams (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationNeverRestored the playfield and electronics. Plays great! Cabinet and glass are marginal. Will need to sand/fill and repaint at some point. Still one of my favorites.
GORGAR Williams (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
JUNGLE LORD Williams (USA)Set up, needs some workNeverOne of the four Williams split-level games from 1981. This one is my favorite of the four for a number of reasons. There are some neat features, like a bell/chime that rings when you get a certain shot combo, and (presumably) Tarzan yells, "STAMPEDE!" I freakin LOVE that! You get the animal sounds and two levels and MAGNA-SAVE! Man, this is a great game. I am surprised it's not more popular, honestly. I am looking for a good backglass for it, if you know of one, please message me. I have not been able to locate one.
KISS Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverWanted a KISS pinball since 1978. Finally got one in beat-up and faded shape. "Cheap" and perfect for restoration! I had a blast doing this restoration because I'm a big KISS fan and Kevin O'Connor's art is just stellar. After many hours and lots of love this KISS pin is almost just like it was when it was deployed in 1979.
SOLAR FIRE Williams (USA)Set up, plays!NeverOne of four Williams two-level pins, Solar Fire is only one of 782 produced. Someone offered me $700 just for the backglass. Oh hell no! :) I love this game too much. I also have Jungle Lord, one of the other three two-levels, which also included Black Knight and Pharaoh.
SPACE INVADERS Bally (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationNeverCurrently restoring as of 4/21/17. Holy mackerel! This is another pin from the peak of my young pinball years, 1980, that I fell in love with at Castles 'n Coasters. I could spend hours playing Space Invaders. Such an odd game in a lot of ways. Bally was sued for using the HR Geiger-style of art. This game, with nothing but it and you in a dark, quiet room, is like nothing else. And, you know.... it's a WIDEBODY!!!! OMG!!!! I just picked up this amazing piece of pin history earlier this week (from the same wonderful man, who hooked me up with the Embryon. Thanks, Mark!) The poor thing had been left on an outdoor patio in the blazing hellfire off the outskirts of Phoenix. The front of the cabinet has lost its first layer of ply, but will definitely be salvageable. Won't even know it when I'm done. The inside of the backbox and cab had about a 32nd of an inch of powdery dust/dirt all over everything. But after cleaning it up, wow! It's in surprisingly good shape. I'm honestly blown-away and am going to be so excited about playing this beautiful thing as I am restoring it. Mmmmm..... dun...dun...dun...dun...  
STAR TREK Bally (USA)In storage, waiting for restorationMaybeGot a well-worn Star Trek to restore. Perfect backglass. Cabinet needs repaint, playfield resto'd, etc. This one needs something special from me and for years I've been looking at it trying to figure that out... Hmmm..... I think I just had an idea!
XENON Bally (USA)Set up, plays!NeverShe was a severely worn and weathered Xenon. This was one of the pins that I could never get out of my mind for days after playing it at the arcade. The art, sound, music, color, voices, gameplay... it was so slick, smooth, and saturated with sexuality. The ultimate combination! I wanted a Xenon since 1980 and finally got this poor thing, but I knew she was going to come together and be amazing once again. Still need to finish the cabinet, but the rest is TIGHT! Check it out.
DISCLAIMER: This page shows the pinball machine Collection of PinballOwners member azpinchick from Phoenix, AZ, USA. The coin operated pinball machines listed above, including their images, were uploaded into our database by azpinchick himself; azpinchick 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 azpinchick'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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