Medusa pinball arcade game machine Bally prototype backglass working
Precision-NAL ships curb-to-curb and I highly recommend them. You can call them at. Medusa is here, and she brought her naughty bits. She was a very dirty girl when she came to me, but cleaned up nice! I’m not a pin guy but this may be the favorite one I’ve owned so far – I really like the upper playfield with the flippers that reposition. Anyhow, the game is in overall good shape. Not much wear at all on the playfield but it looks like there are a couple areas where something got under the mylar. The upper drop targets all work properly, but they aren’t the original Medusa targets. The lower drop targets all work and are the Medusa originals, with wear on them. The flippers ARE NOW THE PROPER TRANSLUCENT ONES! Also, the “Shield of the Gods” isn’t the original red translucent part either; seems nobody is reproing them right now. A solenoid kicker takes its place and works well. See the last pic for closeups of these parts. All solenoids and switches work and pass self-test. Switches have been cleaned adjusted where necessary. There are about 6 or so GI sockets that are bad and 4 or so lamp sockets that are bad. I’ve left bulbs out of them for easy identification for the new owner. Boards are all original with all headers reflowed and no self-test issues. All sounds and speech work, too. I did do the off-board button battery mod as well. The displays are all solid. I did pilfer the transistors for digit six on the 6 digit ball/credit display since digit 4 needed them. Digit six is not used, or even seen on this game but wanted to let you know just the same. Two of the bumper caps are in excellent shape and two, not so much, with some glue helping them out – see pics. Couple of the plastics have had the same fate, but they are all present and presentable. The cabinet artwork is strong, albeit with some fading and scratches and other wear after 40 or so years. The backglass – this is the much more uncommon “prototype” artwork that is far more, um, “revealing” than the eventual production run. Sadly, there has been some flaking, with the bottom paint pieces preserved and reattached with 3 coats of Triple-Thick tying the whole backglass all together to avoid any further issues. Original keys for the backboard included as well. Lastly, comes with the original coin box, too. Don’t avert your eyes, bring her home! The item “Medusa pinball arcade game machine Bally prototype backglass working” is in sale since Thursday, February 11, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Arcade, Jukeboxes & Pinball\Pinball\Machines”. The seller is “whalers9″ and is located in Plano, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Year: 1981
- Brand: Bally