You are looking at a Ballys Mata Hari Pinball machine that I’ve owned for twenty years…… I will not deliver because I’M TOO OLD. I live In central PA about 10 minutes from I-81…… The machine just needs someone who knows what they’re doing……. Any Questions Please ask…… After several questions on my first listing, it was the F6 fuse that was blown, so I replaced it with another fuse and the machine lit up. I went through the self test and and it works? But not all lights are working, as well as ball kicker is not working. As bumpers and targets don’t want to reset.. It will take coin and give credit, but won’t let you start a game……. But again, sorry for the relisting but I wanted to show that there is power to the pinball machine. The item “BALLY MATA HARI PINBALL MACHINE 1978 must be picked up no delivery! Needs Work” is in sale since Saturday, January 5, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Arcade, Jukeboxes & Pinball\Pinball\Machines”. The seller is “dog-tag” and is located in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
UPDATE to Original Listing Since originally listing this Diamond Plate Funhouse, I have since put everything back together and installed the playfield. I’ve finished the flippers being fully rebuilt and tested everything out. I’ve adjusted some switches and the game is playing correctly. I had a fully working Williams Funhouse SAMPLE game. It has the rare System 11 side rails, System 11 sound board, protruding start button and Diamond Plate playfield finish. Installed already are all new Funhouse ramps as well as new reproduction plastics. Everything was working correctly before disassembly including the displays being crisp and bright. The item “Williams SAMPLE Funhouse semi project pinball machine. Needs cabinet art done” is in sale since Thursday, December 6, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Arcade, Jukeboxes & Pinball\Pinball\Machines”. The seller is “tojoyta” and is located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.
If you like the electromechanical pinball games of the 1970s, here’s something that you’ll love. It’s a Gottlieb CARD WHIZ pinball machine. This two-player game features a long row of drop targets near the top of the playfield. The backglass is in excellent condition with no flaking or chipping on the paint. The playfield is also in excellent condition, although there’s a scratch on the playfield just above the right flipper — it looks like the tip of the flipper might have dragged slightly over the playfield. There’s some very light wear in other areas from normal play; be sure to look at the photos of the playfield. The screened playfield plastics are all in excellent condition with no breaks or cracks. The image on the bumper cap is faded. One of the drop targets is missing, although an identical replacement target is included with the game. A couple of other “card” drop targets are also included. There are some scratches on both sides of the cabinet from normal use. Someone started to paint the right side of the cabinet with black paint but apparently quit after getting halfway through the job (see Photo #9). The coin door key and the back door key are included. The machine also comes with an original manual and schematic (see Photo #12). As it says in the subject line of this listing, this machine needs work. ” Notice that it doesn’t say “not working. That’s because the game sometimes works fine but other times it doesn’t. First, remember that the game will probably operate better after the missing drop target is replaced. Also, the game always starts on Ball 2. The machine will cycle through the first ball and award a 5000 point bonus without the ball being shot and then move immediately to the second ball in play. And sometimes (maybe half the time) the game will not go into the Game Over mode after all of the balls have been played; it will just keep awarding ball after ball and sometimes even resets to Ball 1. Finally, some of the drop targets don’t score when they are hit. Sometimes the machine operates fine, and most of my friends who play the game don’t realize that the game isn’t completely functional. This game was obtained from someone’s basement where it sat unplayed for more than 20 years, so I suspect that some (maybe all) of these problems could be eliminated if the game was properly cleaned and the final drop target was installed. The photos are considered part of the description. This machine can be picked up in the Indianapolis, Indiana, area. The item “1976 Gottlieb CARD WHIZ Pinball Machine -Indianapolis, IN-Nice Shape, Needs Work” is in sale since Tuesday, June 5, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Arcade, Jukeboxes & Pinball\Pinball\Machines”. The seller is “stoogez” and is located in Noblesville, Indiana. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
I have downsized from a 5 bedroom house and my projects have taken over my apartment. Until we move I have 7 machines to post for sale. Please don’t lose a perfect project machine for a couple of dollars because of lowball offers.. This machine was saved and has great body and art work. The playfield either needs a 100% restoration or to be swapped and will need an MPU replacement. The original board will come with it. Only thing done was the battery holder was desoldered. Machine hasn’t been touched or tested other then what was stated. Machine needs someone who knows what to do. Coming off a fractured ankle and want this to go to a good home. It know the value. Lost a few populated. So, lets make a deal!! The item “Pinbot Pinball Needs MPU And Playfield Restoration” is in sale since Wednesday, November 01, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Arcade, Jukeboxes & Pinball\Pinball\Machines”. The seller is “manuelcefalu28″ and is located in Longwood, Florida. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.