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What's New

New Acquisitions and Donations

In addition to our own acquisitions, we have received a number of donated pinball games. We'd like to express our most sincere gratitude to these generous supporters.

RECENTLY DONATED PINBALL GAMES

Sing Along
Gottlieb, September 1967
Donated by Robert & Donna McGil, Virginia

Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Gottlieb, October 1978
Donated by Robert Perry , New York

Hi Dolly
Gottlieb, March 1961
Donated by Antonio De Simone, Maryland

Sluggin Champ
Gottlieb, March 1951
Donated by Peggy King, Maryland

Touchdown
Williams, November 1963
Donated by Wayne Spong Jr., Virginia

Home Run
Chicago Coin, February 1968
Donated by Wayne Spong Jr., Virginia

Pro Football
Gottlieb, February 1969
Donated by Wayne Spong Jr., Virginia

Moon Glow
United, November 1944
Donated by Jacomina de Regt, Virginia


New Acquisitions

Avatar
Stern Pinball, August 2010

Jurassic Park
Data East, June 1993

Gorgar
Williams, November 1975

Flash
Exhibit Supply Co., June 1935

Victory
Genco, October 1937

Dive Bomber
Genco, July 1939

Superliner
Gottlieb, June 1942

Break Shot
Capcom, April 1996

Sweet Sioux
Gottlieb, April 1955

Lost World Jurassic Park
Sega, May 1993

 


Machines on Loan

Twilight Zone
Bally, 1993
On Loan from Sharon & Jeff Gruber

Four Million B.C.
Bally, 1970
On Loan from Eric Bostrom


 

 

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Go Figure

"Why do people in ship mutinies always ask for 'better treatment?' I'd ask for a pinball machine, because with all that rocking back and forth you'd probably be able to get a lot of free games."
óJack Handy



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