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T.H. Bergmann “Non Stop” 1956

Price € 1500,-
  Another 60 year old "Non-Stop" in this ultimate state you will not find anymore. The machine looks like new. Works 100%. Fully handmade. With its beautiful size of lxbxh 1200x500x940mm it fits into any game room and will certainly attract the attention of your guests. Play with your friends on this very addictive machine.
Game rules; After 5 euro cents, a bell sounds indicating that the game begins. A ball is automatically thrown onto the playing field. As the playing field is rounded the ball will automatically roll to 1 of the goal or angles. As soon as the ball comes into 1 of the corners, it automatically will shoot into the playing field. Getting the ball to 1 of the players, the player can catch the ball and shoot through the push button on the shooter. After a player scored, the ball will automatically be taken back into play. The game illuminates the number of goals scored. At the end of the game, the bell will sound again and the game returns to rest. (more information)

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Williams high Speed 1986

Price € 2400,-
When this pinball machine was produced, Williams was almost bankrupt. This pinball machine became so popular that it saved Williams. Game-wise, this is definitely one of the best pinball machines ever produced. The uplifting music, fast balls and lighting makes this a pinball that asks to play a game every time. What High Speed does so well is that the rules make sense and it takes several shots to complete them. The primary goal is to change the traffic light from green to orange to red, go through the red light and finally escape the police with the police siren. It is very entertaining and never boring. The jackpot is for escaping the police and is transferred from game to game. The trick is to deliberately expand the multiball yourself by not firing the ramp shot in order to increase the jackpot. All in all, one of the best games of the late 80's.
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Bally six Sticks 1966

Price 800,-
This 6-player cabinet was doomed to fail from the start, with 5 balls per player, on the 4th ball, three of the players fell asleep and the other three forgot which player they were? Nevertheless, the cabinet has become a nice cabinet with both the kickback on the left which shoots the ball back to the top of the playing field and the free ball gate on the right. This way you had the opportunity to score a new ball on both sides. this cabinet is in German, a fun game to play with a few people. Make sure you don't shake the cabinet during your ball because your entire game is tilted.
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Gottlieb Sinbad 1978

Price € 1200,-
Sinbad is a perfect combination for lovers of drop targets and Gottlieb system 1 artwork. While it doesn't have as many targets as a game like Countdown, it does have a spinner and a left lane shot for bonus buildup. The game rules revolve around a simple bonus build-up scheme, but building up that bonus can be quite challenging. Points are all in the multipliers gained by hitting drop target banks in a certain order. Anyone who knows Sinbad knows that nailing the white dropdown target after the yellow, purple, and red benches is very rewarding. At the same time, there is no greater disappointment if the yellow, purple and red banks are hit and lose the ball before you get a chance to knock over the white target and score a hefty 5x multiplier. The gameplay is simple but very fun and really addictive. Definitely has that "one more game" appeal, but then again, if you're reading this, you'd probably agree that most machines do! Sound is standard chimes from that time. Artwork is great. Backglass is cool with the ubiquitous ram's head, all characters, scimitars and fire. What else do you want? As for the playing field, you know the art is well done when the dominant feature is a close-up image of Sinbad's face and it doesn't look wacky. Really well done and just fun to watch.
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Williams Rollergames 1990

Price € 2400,-
The main theme of this cabinet comes from a series from 1989 that was only seen on television for a short time, but grabs you right away. Trust me, the music will stick in your head for a while, also the lyrics like “devistating” which are taken from the series. This game is fast, very fast - surprisingly fast. The lanes really make the ball fly. The two-stage recoil really adds speed. It has only one traditional ramp (the wall) and it's not easy to hit (just hit with the top right flipper). The left lane followed by the ramp is very reminiscent of Star Trek's Piccard maneuver. The ramp can distribute the ball to the left inlane, right inlane, right flipper or slot. Speaking of the lock, the effect of locked balls fired periodically around a wire shape (and back into the lock) - like skaters around an ice rink. Very cool option. The magnetic "Don't flip/flip" is also very nice. Three drop targets, three different rows of stand-ups, rollover lanes, a VUK ("The Pit"), a random rush ("Sudden Death") and a great light and flash show really add to the "addiction" of this machine . This machine is very similar to another Steve Ritchie classic, "High Speed".
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Bally Game Show  1990

Price € 2300,-
  The theme is a bit on the cheap side, but it's well executed. The music fits the game perfectly and it sounds like it's straight out of an 80's game show. The callouts are entertaining, Go Keith McTeeth! You've won a new car, and that's not all, a free ride... The shot on the middle ramp is easy to hit multiple times in a row, but a small miss usually causes the ball to fly between the flippers . The shots from orbit and drop targets are harder to hit and are very satisfying. The two-ball multi-ball is tricky and the jackpot (which loses value over time) isn't quite easy to reach. Overall, this is a fun machine with an interesting original theme. Solid play game with fun items to go for. This is a fast machine. Just fun to play.
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Gottlieb Spinwheel 1966

Price 800,-
The sound system is decent with bells instead of chimes. The playfield layout is pretty typical with three pop bumber setup. The five kick out holes are fun with moving spin light. The kickouts on the sides make for fast and interesting gameplay. Overall, this table is a above average. The spin wheel feature in the backglass makes for some good fun, action, and scoring. This a good family friendly game that does not dissappoint. One last thing. As others have stated, this game is better when competing with other players, mainly due to the carry over features and the fact that spin wheel scores can change the winning score among players very quickly. This makes for very intense competitions.
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2 x Vintage television TX1422A 1953

Price 580,- p/pcs
  Black white television Philips TX1422A of 1953.

This retro television has been completely converted. in this old television a LED screen has been installed with recent electronics so that this antique television is once again completely up to date. The technology of today with the look of the 50s. Connections such as USB and HDMI are present. This allows you to play movies directly from USB or your computer.
A new amplifier and loudspeaker has been built in so that the full sound of this vintage television is present again. A remote control for the operation of the television is added. The cabinet is still in a good condition.

For your company or shop, this retro television has a great image to show videos or photos, but also in the living room or mancave furnished in the old style, this television comes into its own.

Dimensions: WxHxD 49x47x49 cm
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