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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.


Bally's Old Chicago

Bally

Visit Old Chicago’s Dangerous Side

Bally’s Old Chicago is a historically-themed pinball machine reminiscent of Chicago’s 1920’s and 1930’s era gangsters. John Dillinger, Anna Sage and the Chicago’s Biograph Theater are pictured on the backglass. This game features two flippers, five pop bumpers, three standup targets, two kick-out holes, one 5-bank of drop targets and one spinning taget.

Gameplay is enhanced by several features and specials. A multiple chance bonus allows for a ball shot in centerfield kickout hole to collects the bonus accumulated, but does not reset the bonus. The player can continue to advance and collect additional bonus with each ball in play.

1,000 bonus points are built up for each letter of O-L-D C-H-I-C-A-G-O lit on the playfield. The letters light in spell-name sequence when ball contacts any bonus-advance skill objective.

There are two ways to score a special in Old Chicago. First, a Special is scored when all 5 drop-targets are dropped while the centerfield Special signal is lit. Secondly, a Special is scored when ball exits via left out-lane with the adjacent Special signal lit. Also, when the centerfield Special signal lights, either the left out-lane Special signal or the right out-lane Extra Ball signal lights. These lights alternate until the ball enters an out-hole.

When a ball enters an out-hole it collects a bonus and resets the bonus. If the Double Bonus signal is lit, then the out-hole bonus is doubled.

Bally’s Old Chicago is designed by Greg Kmiec and features art co-produced by Dave Christensen and John Youssi. This 4-player game has been configured for free play. Please call or email for more information and photos.

Bally's Old Chicago

Bally

Visit Old Chicago’s Dangerous Side

Bally’s Old Chicago is a historically-themed pinball machine reminiscent of Chicago’s 1920’s and 1930’s era gangsters. John Dillinger, Anna Sage and the Chicago’s Biograph Theater are pictured on the backglass. This game features two flippers, five pop bumpers, three standup targets, two kick-out holes, one 5-bank of drop targets and one spinning taget.

Gameplay is enhanced by several features and specials. A multiple chance bonus allows for a ball shot in centerfield kickout hole to collects the bonus accumulated, but does not reset the bonus. The player can continue to advance and collect additional bonus with each ball in play.

1,000 bonus points are built up for each letter of O-L-D C-H-I-C-A-G-O lit on the playfield. The letters light in spell-name sequence when ball contacts any bonus-advance skill objective.

There are two ways to score a special in Old Chicago. First, a Special is scored when all 5 drop-targets are dropped while the centerfield Special signal is lit. Secondly, a Special is scored when ball exits via left out-lane with the adjacent Special signal lit. Also, when the centerfield Special signal lights, either the left out-lane Special signal or the right out-lane Extra Ball signal lights. These lights alternate until the ball enters an out-hole.

When a ball enters an out-hole it collects a bonus and resets the bonus. If the Double Bonus signal is lit, then the out-hole bonus is doubled.

Bally’s Old Chicago is designed by Greg Kmiec and features art co-produced by Dave Christensen and John Youssi. This 4-player game has been configured for free play. Please call or email for more information and photos.

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