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November 2014 – Incoming Pinball Machines for Sale

We have recently received a number of new used pinball machines for sale that we will be restoring and selling. Here is a list of the ones that we have in the queue for restoration Williams T2: Judgment Day – … Continue reading

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October 2014 – Planetary Pinball Medieval Madness Remake

On Monday, we visited the offices at Chicago Gaming to get an in depth look at the new Medieval Madness, which is being meticulously recreated by Planetary Pinball. The staff at Chicago Gaming was kind enough to spend some time … Continue reading

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October 2014 – Chicagoland Show

Midwest Pinball will be presenting at the upcoming Chicagoland Show at Pheasant Run Resort Hotel in St. Charles, IL from November 14th through November 16th. The Chicagoland Antique Advertising, Slot-Machine & Jukebox Show is the largest show of its type in … Continue reading

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September 2014 – Incoming Pinball Machines

In preparation for the upcoming holidays, Midwest Pinball has picked up a number of “new” used pinball machines for restoration and sale. Once we have restored a game, we will add it to the website. Below is a list of … Continue reading

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January 2014 – XPIN LED Displays

Midwest Pinball is now a dealer for the X-Pin LED displays. The X-Pin line includes replacement displays for most solid state Bally, Data East, and Williams games. These LED displays use less power and generate less heat than the original … Continue reading

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Work on Older Games

Recently Midwest Pinball has worked on a number of older games. In january 2009, we picked up an old game from a customer for repair and restoration. After a little research we determined that is was a 1935 Bally Traffic … Continue reading

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