Pinball Machines for Sale

Reconditioned Pinball Machines For Sale


Midwest Pinball is proud to offer reconditioned and vintage used pinball machines for sale around Chicago, Illinois. We have restored these beauties to their original factory condition and have them available for sale. Why not take one home today!

If you do not see what you are looking for, feel free to contact us. We may be able to help you locate the game that you are interested in.


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Stern's Meteor
$2200
Stern

Protect the Earth!

Stern’s 1979 Meteor pinball game was produced in conjunction with the movie Meteor by American International Pictures. The game came out as a promo for the movie which starred Sean Connery and Natalie Wood.

This game features three flippers, one pop bumper, two passive bumpers, two slingshots, three star rollovers, three 3-banks of drop targets, one spinning target and one standup target. Meteor also features one 6-bank of memory drop targets. These special drop targets are held in memory and restored prior to each player’s next ball. The bank then increases the bonus multiplier and activates other features.

The spinner is a variable value spinner: scoring increments increase and decline with Meteor target bank positions. Rocket bonus alignment is the key to wows and specials. The outhole scores rockets times the bonus multiple and the maximum bonus rewards player with total board visual display.

Like the movie which was Oscar-nominated in 1980 for best sound, Stern’s Meteor features a new-for-the-time audio system: the SB-300 sound board. Matching the growing tension of a gigantic meteor approaching Earth, the game’s background buildup sound leads players into the excitement.

This game was designed by Steve Kirk. Artists Leslie Kaip and Jorge Obregon drew their inspiration for the backglass and flyer from one of the movie’s advertising posters.

This 4-player game has been configured for free play. Please call or email for more details.

Gottlieb's Shaq Attack
$2300
Gottlieb

A Basketball-Themed Pinball

Gottlieb’s 1995 Shaq Attaq features four flippers, three multiballs, one ramp, two cannons, two captive balls, five drop-targets and a vari-target. The players get a real feel for basketball by sending the ball, through the air, toward a moving basket. With this ramp jump challenge, players must shoot a ramp with proper timing to launch their pinballs and sink point-scoring baskets.

The player plays as Shaquille in qualifying Events and the Finals. Events include: the Tip-Off, HORSE, the Alley-Oop, the Shot Clock, and Shatter the Backboard. The Shaq Attaq Multiball allows players to rack up baskets, and spelling S-H-A-Q-U-I-L-L-E enables Slammin’ Jammin’ which builds up bonuses.

Shaq Attack is a fun game of pinball, complete with multiball and shooting baskets. Players can enjoy the challenges of the game’s harder goals and Hidden Features. The game has five “Hidden Features”, each of which is awarded after performing a certain feat in the game. An end-of-game bonus is given for the number of Hidden Features found; getting all five awards an extra one billion points.

This solid state game was designed by Jon Norris and features art by Constantino Mitchell and Jeanine Mitchell. The game has been configured for free play. Please call or email for further details.

Gottlieb's Ice Show
$1800
Gottlieb

A Family-Themed Pinball

Gottlieb’s Ice Show is a classic 1960’s pinball machine. It features five pop bumpers, numerous targets, and three lanes at the top of the playfield. The white and polished silver elements on the playfield bring out the ice-skating theme. This title had a low production run of only 400 units.

As with most of the Gottlieb games from the early to mid 1960’s it features the great, clean artwork of Roy Parker. As the game is played, the lighting behind the glass highlights different characters. The back glass depicts skaters performing an ice show.

Ice Show is an add-a-ball game. Each game starts with five balls, but the players have an opportunity to earn extra balls throughout the game. The back glass illuminates the number of balls to play – up to 10.

Ice Show 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.

Williams World Cup
$750
Williams World Cup Image

Soccer

Hosted by Argentina, the 1978 FIFA World Cup ended with an extra time win by Argentina over the Netherlands. The game encapsulates the game of soccer with long sweeping shots to the top of the playfield to spell S-T-A-R and mid-field shots for goals on the saucers.

World Cup features two flippers, two pop bumpers, one spinner and two saucers that score goals when lit. Six rollover buttons in the middle playfield lead to the saucers and advance the ball around the goal. Slingshot kickers on the left and right above the flippers launch the ball towards the spinner.

World Cup is a fun game with colorful artwork and the classic Williams artwork by Christian Marche, who created artwork for Williams, Bally and Chicago Coin throughout the 70’s.

The game allows up to four players and it set on free play so that quarters are not required. Please call or e-mail us for more pictures or with any questions.

Gottlieb Rack-a-Ball
$1800
Gottlieb Rack-a-Ball Image

A Family-Themed Pinball

Rack-a-Ball is a classic 1960’s pinball machine. It features 4 pop bumpers, 2 slingshots, 3 standup targets, 5 ball play, 2 bells and a knocker for sound and five lanes at the top of the playfield. The game also features nice animation in the backbox – pool balls rack up in a window as the player completes the numbered targets on the playfield.

As with most of the Gottlieb games from the early to mid 1960’s it features the great, clean artwork of Roy Parker. As the game is played, the lighting behind the glass highlights different characters. The back glass depicts characters playing a game of pool.

Rack-a-Ball is replay game. Each game starts with five balls, but the players have an opportunity to earn free games throughout the game.

Rack-a-Ball 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.

Playfield Upper

Playfield Middle

Playfield Lower

Williams Demolition Man
$3500
Williams Demolition Man Image

Sylvester Stallone vs Wesley Snipes

Williams Demolition Man is an action-packed pinball machine based on the Warner Bros. sci-fi action movie Demolition Man starring Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes and Sandra Bullock. The machine uses unique upright gun handles with triggers and buttons that allow the player to control the flippers, change options, and launch the ball. A player-controlled magnetic claw picks up the ball and drops it into one of five ramps or wire-forms to start a game mode.

Demolition Man is one of Williams SuperPin series, which also includes Indiana Jones, Judge Dredd, and Twilight Zone. These wide body games have an extra wide playfield that allows for more features and toys. Demolition Man has three flippers, three ramps, two Matchbox cars, a custom captive ball, and four multi-ball modes. The multi-ball modes include: Fortress, Museum, Wasteland, and Cryo-Prison.

Demolition Man is a four-player pinball machine with digital sound and music and a dot-matrix display. Please call or e-mail us for more pictures or with questions.

Gottlieb Fliipper Parade
$1500
Gottlieb Fliipper Parade Image

A Family-Themed Pinball

Flipper Parade is a classic 1960’s pinball machine. It features five pop bumpers, numerous targets, and five lanes at the top of the playfield. The game also features two gobble holes, which offer points, but the player loses the ball in play.

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 a marching band led by majorettes and toy soldiers with a castle in the background. Flipper Parade is an add-a-ball game. Each game starts with five balls, but the players have an opportunity to earn extra balls throughout the game. The back glass illuminates the number of balls to play – up to 10.

Flipper Parade 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.

Gottlieb's Flipper Clown
$1500
Gottlieb

A Family-Themed Pinball

Flipper Clown is a classic 1960’s pinball machine. It features three pop bumpers, numerous targets, and a bumper at the top of the playfield that spins the roto-targets. The game features two roto-targets.

As with most of the Gottlieb games from the early to mid 1960’s it features the great, clean artwork of Roy Parker. The back glass depicts a carnival with a clown playing a strongman game that has a ball behind the glass that pops up. Flipper Clown is an add-a-ball game. Each game starts with five balls, but the players have an opportunity to earn extra balls throughout the game. The back glass illuminates the number of balls to play – up to 10.

Flipper Clown 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.

Willams Skylab
$1,000
Willams Skylab Image

Explore Outer Space

 

Williams’ Skylab is a space-themed, 1970’s electromechanical pinball machine. Its beautiful backglass features the distinctive artwork of Christian Marche.

Gameplay is straightforward and features:

2 flippers
2 pop bumpers
2 slingshots and
up to 5 captive balls

 

Special is scored when 5  balls are captured on one of the two sides.

This pinball is family-appropriate and set up for free play. Please contact us for more details.

Pinball Machines
Stern
Stern's Meteor
Protect the Earth! Stern’s 1979 Meteor pinball game was produced in conjunction with the movie Meteor by American International Pictures. The game came out as a promo for the movie which starred Sean Connery and Natalie Wood. This game features three flippers, one pop bumper, two passive bumpers, two slingshots, three star rollovers, three 3-banks of drop targets, one spinning target and one standup target. Meteor also features one 6-bank of memory drop targets. These special drop targets are held in memory and restored prior to each player’s next ball. The bank then increases the bonus multiplier and activates other features. The spinner is a variable value spinner: scoring increments increase and decline with Meteor target bank positions. Rocket bonus alignment is the key to wows and specials. The outhole scores rockets times the bonus multiple and the maximum bonus rewards player with total board visual display. Like the movie which was Oscar-nominated in 1980 for best sound, Stern’s Meteor features a new-for-the-time audio system: the SB-300 sound board. Matching the growing tension of a gigantic meteor approaching Earth, the game’s background buildup sound leads players into the excitement. This game was designed by Steve Kirk. Artists Leslie Kaip and Jorge Obregon drew their inspiration for the backglass and flyer from one of the movie’s advertising posters. This 4-player game has been configured for free play. Please call or email for more details.
$2200
Gottlieb
Gottlieb's Shaq Attack
A Basketball-Themed Pinball Gottlieb’s 1995 Shaq Attaq features four flippers, three multiballs, one ramp, two cannons, two captive balls, five drop-targets and a vari-target. The players get a real feel for basketball by sending the ball, through the air, toward a moving basket. With this ramp jump challenge, players must shoot a ramp with proper timing to launch their pinballs and sink point-scoring baskets. The player plays as Shaquille in qualifying Events and the Finals. Events include: the Tip-Off, HORSE, the Alley-Oop, the Shot Clock, and Shatter the Backboard. The Shaq Attaq Multiball allows players to rack up baskets, and spelling S-H-A-Q-U-I-L-L-E enables Slammin’ Jammin’ which builds up bonuses. Shaq Attack is a fun game of pinball, complete with multiball and shooting baskets. Players can enjoy the challenges of the game’s harder goals and Hidden Features. The game has five “Hidden Features”, each of which is awarded after performing a certain feat in the game. An end-of-game bonus is given for the number of Hidden Features found; getting all five awards an extra one billion points. This solid state game was designed by Jon Norris and features art by Constantino Mitchell and Jeanine Mitchell. The game has been configured for free play. Please call or email for further details.
$2300
Gottlieb
Gottlieb's Ice Show
A Family-Themed Pinball Gottlieb’s Ice Show is a classic 1960’s pinball machine. It features five pop bumpers, numerous targets, and three lanes at the top of the playfield. The white and polished silver elements on the playfield bring out the ice-skating theme. This title had a low production run of only 400 units. As with most of the Gottlieb games from the early to mid 1960’s it features the great, clean artwork of Roy Parker. As the game is played, the lighting behind the glass highlights different characters. The back glass depicts skaters performing an ice show. Ice Show is an add-a-ball game. Each game starts with five balls, but the players have an opportunity to earn extra balls throughout the game. The back glass illuminates the number of balls to play – up to 10. Ice Show 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.
$1800
Williams World Cup Image
Williams World Cup
Soccer Hosted by Argentina, the 1978 FIFA World Cup ended with an extra time win by Argentina over the Netherlands. The game encapsulates the game of soccer with long sweeping shots to the top of the playfield to spell S-T-A-R and mid-field shots for goals on the saucers. World Cup features two flippers, two pop bumpers, one spinner and two saucers that score goals when lit. Six rollover buttons in the middle playfield lead to the saucers and advance the ball around the goal. Slingshot kickers on the left and right above the flippers launch the ball towards the spinner. World Cup is a fun game with colorful artwork and the classic Williams artwork by Christian Marche, who created artwork for Williams, Bally and Chicago Coin throughout the 70’s. The game allows up to four players and it set on free play so that quarters are not required. Please call or e-mail us for more pictures or with any questions.
Gottlieb Rack-a-Ball Image
Gottlieb Rack-a-Ball
A Family-Themed Pinball Rack-a-Ball is a classic 1960’s pinball machine. It features 4 pop bumpers, 2 slingshots, 3 standup targets, 5 ball play, 2 bells and a knocker for sound and five lanes at the top of the playfield. The game also features nice animation in the backbox – pool balls rack up in a window as the player completes the numbered targets on the playfield. As with most of the Gottlieb games from the early to mid 1960’s it features the great, clean artwork of Roy Parker. As the game is played, the lighting behind the glass highlights different characters. The back glass depicts characters playing a game of pool. Rack-a-Ball is replay game. Each game starts with five balls, but the players have an opportunity to earn free games throughout the game. Rack-a-Ball 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. Playfield Upper Playfield Middle Playfield Lower
$1800
Williams Demolition Man Image
Williams Demolition Man
Sylvester Stallone vs Wesley Snipes Williams Demolition Man is an action-packed pinball machine based on the Warner Bros. sci-fi action movie Demolition Man starring Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes and Sandra Bullock. The machine uses unique upright gun handles with triggers and buttons that allow the player to control the flippers, change options, and launch the ball. A player-controlled magnetic claw picks up the ball and drops it into one of five ramps or wire-forms to start a game mode. Demolition Man is one of Williams SuperPin series, which also includes Indiana Jones, Judge Dredd, and Twilight Zone. These wide body games have an extra wide playfield that allows for more features and toys. Demolition Man has three flippers, three ramps, two Matchbox cars, a custom captive ball, and four multi-ball modes. The multi-ball modes include: Fortress, Museum, Wasteland, and Cryo-Prison. Demolition Man is a four-player pinball machine with digital sound and music and a dot-matrix display. Please call or e-mail us for more pictures or with questions.
$3500
Gottlieb Fliipper Parade Image
Gottlieb Fliipper Parade
A Family-Themed Pinball Flipper Parade is a classic 1960’s pinball machine. It features five pop bumpers, numerous targets, and five lanes at the top of the playfield. The game also features two gobble holes, which offer points, but the player loses the ball in play. 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 a marching band led by majorettes and toy soldiers with a castle in the background. Flipper Parade is an add-a-ball game. Each game starts with five balls, but the players have an opportunity to earn extra balls throughout the game. The back glass illuminates the number of balls to play – up to 10. Flipper Parade 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.
$1500
Gottlieb
Gottlieb's Flipper Clown
A Family-Themed Pinball Flipper Clown is a classic 1960’s pinball machine. It features three pop bumpers, numerous targets, and a bumper at the top of the playfield that spins the roto-targets. The game features two roto-targets. As with most of the Gottlieb games from the early to mid 1960’s it features the great, clean artwork of Roy Parker. The back glass depicts a carnival with a clown playing a strongman game that has a ball behind the glass that pops up. Flipper Clown is an add-a-ball game. Each game starts with five balls, but the players have an opportunity to earn extra balls throughout the game. The back glass illuminates the number of balls to play – up to 10. Flipper Clown 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.
$1500
Willams Skylab Image
Willams Skylab
Explore Outer Space   Williams’ Skylab is a space-themed, 1970’s electromechanical pinball machine. Its beautiful backglass features the distinctive artwork of Christian Marche. Gameplay is straightforward and features: 2 flippers 2 pop bumpers 2 slingshots and up to 5 captive balls   Special is scored when 5  balls are captured on one of the two sides. This pinball is family-appropriate and set up for free play. Please contact us for more details.
$1,000

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