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Collection de flippers de tiger05
13 flippers
mis à jour le: 30/11/2021
Collectionneur: tiger05
Localisation: Sydney, Australia (trouver sur la carte)
Spécialités': Flippers electromécaniques des années 70'
Inscrit le: 10/03/2017
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tiger05 possède ces 13 flippers:

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2001 Gottlieb (USA)Monté, jouableJamaisThis game was purchased in about 1997. An antique shop owner had it in storage but didn't know the manufacturer, name of the game or what condition it was in. It was under some covers so he never saw it when stopping at the storage area to pick up more stock for the shop. Very pleased to secure it and while it was dirty and had some rusting on the metal parts and door, it's in overall good condition. The bullseye targets were replaced and have added the before and after photos for that process. The flyer in the photos has Australian distributor details.
BRONCO Gottlieb (USA)Démonté, à restaurerJamaisThis 4 player game was purchased from someone who had it in their holiday home. It was not used much by them so they decided to move it on, that was in March of 2006. It will be set up eventually, cleaned, checked and re-rubbered. The flyer I have is not stamped by any distributor, picture of it is included.
BUCCANEER Gottlieb (USA)Démonté, à restaurerJamaisThis game was added to the collection in 1997. It needed some work on the playfield and was partially stripped and painted around the bumper area. It was played a lot at the time then pulled apart to set up another to work on. The photos added are from my old album but more will be added when the game is set up next time and given the once over. The flyer shows a USA distributor details.
DROP-A-CARD Gottlieb (USA)Démonté, à restaurerJamaisThis is the second game added to the collection and the first EM game. I used to play this a lot at a holiday area the family used to visit. It was great to secure the game and purchased it from a friend in 1993. The photos added are taken from an old album I have. The game will be cleaned and lower playfield partially restored when set up next. The flyer added has an Australian distributor details.
FLASH Williams (USA)Démonté, à restaurerJamaisThis game 4 player solid state game was advertised in the original local Trading Post newspaper. It was not working correctly when picked up but the boards were repaired later. The paper target faces (hand holding the lightening bolt) were worn away to nothing. These were replaced with new adhesive stickers so the target banks look great again. Have added the before and after photos for this process, game purchased in 1998.
FLIP-A-CARD Gottlieb (USA)Démonté, à restaurerJamaisThis was the third game purchased for the collection in 1993 and was via an ad in the local Trading Post newspaper. The photos added are taken from an old album I have, others will be added when the game is set up next and cleaned. The flyer has a USA distributor details.
ICE REVUE Gottlieb (USA)Démonté, à restaurerJamaisThis game was purchased around 1996 and was from a collector who was selling off most of his games. It was the first 1960's game I secured. It was expensive back then but as these types of games were rarely seen, had to grab it. The photos added are from my old album and more will be included when the game is next set up. The flyer does not have any distributor details on it.
KISS Bally (USA)Démonté, à restaurerJamaisThe KISS game was the fifth I purchased in 1995. It was advertised in the local Trading Post newspaper. A KISS collector needed to move it on to buy even better memorabilia. The pictures I have added are from my old photo album, can add more photos when the game is next set up. The shot of the flyer shows Australian distributor details.
METEOR Stern (USA)Démonté, à restaurerJamaisThis is the first game purchased way back in 1992. It is a fantastic game and the background sound the longer the ball is kept in play is a winner. Sorry about the photos, these are more taken from an old photo album I have. The game will be set up again eventually and can add other photos then. The flyer is stamped from a USA distributor.
PIONEER Gottlieb (USA)Démonté, à restaurerJamaisThis game was also purchased in 1997. It was advertised in the local Trading Post newspaper. It was a welcome addition as I used to play this a lot on site, there were a few of them in local milk bars and hot food shops. It's in great condition and look forward to playing it again when set up next. The photos here are from my old album, more can be added later. There are no distributor details on the flyer.
SKY JUMP Gottlieb (USA)Démonté, fonctionnantJamaisThis game was the fourth for the collection and purchased in 1994 via an ad in the local Trading Post newspaper. The cabinet has been hand painted over the original design by a previous owner. It is water based so will come off easily and prefer the original artwork, regardless if it has faded. The playfield, backglass and coin door are in excellent condition.
VOLLEY Gottlieb (USA)Démonté, fonctionnantJamaisThe game was purchased via the local Trading Post newspaper in 2005. Sorry about the playfield photos, they were taken through the scratched glass but it looks better in the flesh without the sunlight on it. The playfield, backglass and coin door are in excellent condition. I have also added some photos of original printed photos from an old album I have. They were the good old days before mobile / cell phone cameras.
VULCAN Gottlieb (USA)Démonté, à restaurerJamaisThis 4 player game was purchased via the local Trading Post newspaper back in 2006. It will need a lot of cleaning but will come up well. I have new bumper caps, targets and rubber rings for it. The game will be set up again and cleaned thoroughly, it is in working order.
 
 
Flippers que tiger05 possédait dans les années passées
(les flippers suivants ne sont plus dans la Collection de tiger05)
 
 
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BUCK ROGERS Gottlieb (USA)Vendu This game was sold to a local buyer around 1995. I advertised to sell Last Lap but the guy wanted a Gottlieb solid state game, this one was very reliable. I haven't had one since and would be good to play again one day. There are no distributor details on the flyer.
CLEOPATRA Gottlieb (USA)Vendu The game was in fantastic condition, please refer to the photos. The sides, front of the cabinet, playfield and all plastics were cleaned and polished prior to shipping. There was one incorrect target, the red one first in line but was replaced, a full new set of all target colors was included for the buyer. The game will be shipped to the new owner in December 2021 with a full copy of the manual and all schematics, new rubber ring kit, new coin door sticker, new and correct bumper caps and a NOS, complete instruction and score card set. Have the Pyramid game and much prefer the EM's so let the solid state game go to a new loving home.
GENIE Gottlieb (USA)Vendu This was also sold in 1995, someone saw my Last Lap ad but preferred a Gottlieb solid state. Buck Rogers had gone and while I do like the Genie game, decided to let it go. The backglass and playfield were both in great shape. There is Canadian distributor details on the flyer.
LAST LAP Playmatic (Spain)Vendu This game was the only one advertised for sale, it also attracted two other buyers for Gottlieb solid state games. The backglass had some paint missing along the bottom but was touched up with translucent paint. The play ability was good on this game but not so reliable electronically. The playfield was in perfect condition and had original factory mylar. The flyer has a Brussels distributor details.
MISS AMERICA '75 Bally (USA)Vendu This was the only bingo machine I ever had. It was advertised in my local area newspaper and close to home. It was working 100% and fun to play sometimes but always drifted back to the pinball games instead. Purchased in 1998, the game was in great shape and also had all original pay cards added to the wooden tray after these photos were taken. Have retained the flyer and original manual and schematic for this game. Interestingly the flyer has a Belgium distributor listed.
PINBALL Stern (USA)Vendu A friend liked this EM game and asked if I'd be interested in trading it for his Gottlieb EM King Pin I loved to play. The answer was yes so we arranged it. The Stern had some mechanical issues and his King Pin had a painted cabinet. That was fine by me and can re-spray it.
PROSPECTOR Segasa (Spain)Vendu I picked up this EM game as non working along with a Gottlieb Centigrade 37 from a department store. They wanted a solid state game in the shop instead so traded both for a mint condition Bally Strikes and Spares. I bought that Bally game from the local newspaper in about 1995. I had the Prospector fixed and sold it a year later. The backglass and playfield were in excellent condition. The flyer has a Spanish distributor details on it.
STRIKES AND SPARES Bally (USA)Vendu This game was traded to a department store for a non working Segasa Prospector and Gottlieb Centigrade 37. They preferred a solid state game in the store. There are no distributor details on the flyer.
THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN Bally (USA)Vendu This game was in good condition and purchased via the local Trading Post newspaper in 2002. A friend was keen to add it to their garage to play so it was sold in September 2004. The manual and schematic went with the game but purchased an original color flyer as a reminder, it has Australian distributor details on it.
IMPORTANT: Cette page montre la collection de flippers du membre tiger05 de Sydney, Australia. Les flippers à monnayeur énumérés ci-dessus, y compris leurs images, ont été téléchargés dans notre base de données par tiger05 lui-même; tiger05 est le seul responsable de l'information contenue en cette page. Les flippers montrés ci-dessus ne sont pas nécessairement à vendre! Veuillez se référer à la 4ème colonne dans la liste pour savoir si un certain flipper est en vente ou pas. Très probablement, la plupart des flippers de tiger05 sont des flippers d'occasion qui ont été installés dans les cafes et d'autres lieux publics; leur valeur en tant que collectable dépend en grande partie de l'aspect et de la fonctionnalité de chaque flipper.
 
 
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