Pinball Machines For Sale
The Pinball Parlour always has machines for sale, with prices ranging from £800 to £2000.
All machines are fully restored right here in the parlour before sale, and the price usually includes delivery and setup.
Our stock usually turns around quite fast. Often by the time we’ve updated our tables for sale list, they may already be sold or new ones may be available.
For those of you who are looking for buckaroo, cowpoke, world fair, flipper parade, king of diamonds etc, you will probably have a long wait, but rest assured, if the parlour does get spares of any of these classics, they will be restored and offered for sale, so keep watching the web site.
If you are looking for something in particular contact us.
Currently For Sale
This 1964 Williams Classic has just come back in from a customer who wanted another Williams classic! it is one of the most highly regarded of the Williams “Reverse wedgehead” series of machines, with a whole host of great game features.
Chicago Coin Sky Rider
This 4 player game hails from 1974, and is typical of the machines being produced at that time. We don’t get many Chicago Coin machines and when we do they’re usually in fine condition. This one is no exception.
This is a 1965 Bally machine designed by the great Ted Zale. He made a whole series of idiosyncratic games in the early 60’s, all with asymetric playfields and a host of interesting features that were ahead of their time.
Gottlieb Pro Football
A 1970’s offering from Gottlieb featuring the ever popular American Football theme. Shoot the ball out from the outhole with the right flipper and keep making those 10 yards for big points. A good playing game in original condition.
Gottlieb Hi Score
This is a rare 4 player Gottlieb from 1967. It has a number of fascinating features rarely seen in games of this vintage. Firstly the flippers work in pairs, which can be challenging to master. It also has a roulette wheel with captive ball that can be activated to score 5,50, 500 points or award an extra ball. All in all a great game to play. This machine plays well, cosmetically it might benefit from some attention.
Recel Sea Scare
This is a 1978 game from Spain, made for export. They were manufactured using primarily Gottlieb parts, but with better finished cabinets, and more robust wiring. This one is in excellent condition throughout. We have added “Before” pics, a it looks good already. It will look great when it’s finished.
Williams Travel Time
Another curiosity, this time from 1972. This game has no balls to play counter, the game is regulated by a countdown clock that can be stopped, and extra time can also be won.
Gottlieb 4 Square
This is a 1971 machine from Gottlieb. Its functional looking playfield disguises a really quite clever game. Only a couple of thousand were made of this so there probably aren’t many left.