Like many kids who grew up in the 70's a lot of spare time and coins were spent playing pinball. Back then you could find a pinball machine just about anywhere like laundromats, bowling alleys, corner stores, fish & chip shops, arcades and more. 20c was the going price and hanging out with friends around a machine was just the best fun. I am now in my 50's and a few years back I decided to buy a pinball machine, little did I know where this would lead and the amount of machines I have come to own. I now collect and restore 70's Pinball Machines and my favourites are made by Gottlieb and Bally, the number in my collection continues to vary but usually have about 8 machines and would have more but space is a deciding factor so from time to time I sell a machine to make room for a new project. I have taught myself how to repair and restore these machines which provides a lot of self satisfaction and the feeling when turning one on after a full rebuild still gives me butterflies.
Enjoy your visit to my website and if it hasn't already you might just get the spark to re visit those younger days and enjoy an amazing hobby embraced by many world wide.