05 Jan 2021 @ 7:27 PM 
 

1979 Williams Gorgar Pinball Machine Project In California

 


1979 Williams Gorgar Pinball Machine Project In California


1979 Williams Gorgar Pinball Machine Project In California


1979 Williams Gorgar Pinball Machine Project In California


1979 Williams Gorgar Pinball Machine Project In California


1979 Williams Gorgar Pinball Machine Project In California


1979 Williams Gorgar Pinball Machine Project In California


1979 Williams Gorgar Pinball Machine Project In California


1979 Williams Gorgar Pinball Machine Project In California


1979 Williams Gorgar Pinball Machine Project In California


1979 Williams Gorgar Pinball Machine Project In California


1979 Williams Gorgar Pinball Machine Project In California


1979 Williams Gorgar Pinball Machine Project In California


Please note: Sometimes it starts and plays and sometimes it doesn’t. I don’t know why. I’ve had this for sale for a while and all I’ve got so far is a bunch of tire-kickers, so I might part it out if there’s enough interest. New drop target stickers and pop bumper caps were put on. All the lights (not just the burnt ones) were replaced with #47 bulbs. New leg levelers and all rubber rings replaced. The plastics look great, the left slingshot plastic is cracked but glued back together so good you can hardly tell. The cabinet is solid and sturdy but looks like long ago some idiot scratched initials on one side, and has other scraps here and there. The backglass is the original and in good condition with very small flakes here and there. The playfield is in great condition and looks like it has an early installed mylar, very few tiny flakes where it doesn’t cover. The MPU, driver board, and sound board have been tested and repaired by Circuit Board Specialties just 2 months ago. The bad stuff is: The kickout hole is weak and sometimes it kicks a few times to get the ball out. The drop target in the very front is a little sluggish to drop. The left slingshot and the pop bumper on the far left hit strong but don’t score or make sound. The display that does the credits and ball in play sometimes goes dim, I wiggled that connector and it came back on so might just need cleaning or something. PLEASE NOTE: I will do a partial trade for a 1977 Williams “RANCHO” pinball machine. I don’t like solid states, I’m an EM nut. The item “1979 WILLIAMS GORGAR PINBALL MACHINE PROJECT IN CALIFORNIA” is in sale since Friday, December 25, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Arcade, Jukeboxes & Pinball\Pinball\Machines”. The seller is “circus-rat” and is located in Ridgecrest, California. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.

  • Brand: Williams
  • Year: 1979
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