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1966 – Gottlieb Central Park – $2200

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 Gottlieb Central Park - Backglass

Central Park is a classic 1960’s pinball machine. It features four pop bumpers and ten stand-up targets. The game has two flippers at the top of the playfield, but these are stationary.

 Gottlieb Central Park - Playfield Upper

As with most of the Gottlieb games from the early to mid 1960’s it features the great, clean artwork of Roy Parker. The backglass depicts Central Park with numerous characters in the fore ground gathered to watch an organ grinder and a couple taking a carriage ride. Skyscrapers can be seen in the background beyond the park.

 Gottlieb Central Park - Playfield Middle

The backglass features an organ grinder monkey with a hammer that rings the bell every one hundred points. Stand-up targets along the top of the playfield advance the bonus as each set is completed. Yellow and green bonus lights in the center of the playfield keep track of the progress up through the Special.

 Gottlieb Central Park - Playfield Lower

Central Park is a replay game. (Hurdy Gurdy is the add-a-ball version of this game.) Each game starts with five balls, and the player earns replays by advancing the bonus through the Special.

 Gottlieb Central Park - Cabinet Right

Central Park is a one-player game suitable for all ages. The game has been configured for free play. Please call or e-mail with any questions or for more photos.

Posted 3 years, 4 months ago at 3:35 pm.

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