1974 Gottlieb’s “Far Out” Super popular 10 drop target
game. Turn back the clock to 1974 with this up tight 4 player
machine from the premier manufacture of electromechanical pinball
machines. Peter Max type art work, a rare 4 player version of
Gottlieb’s 2 player “Out of Sight”. Freshly restored (End of January
2017 yes Pinrescue has 2 of them) with all new: posts, rubber,
lamps, playfield glass, legs, bolts, levelers, locks, drop targets,
pop bumpers, flippers, cabinet switches coin entries and
more……Pinrescue has real trouble keeping up with the demand for
quality Gottlieb drop target pinball machines from the mid 1970's.
We just can't keep any in stock, most sell before we get a chance to
list them. Good all round cosmetic condition nice playfield, great
art glass tuned to play like 1974 all over again.
Funky features on "Far Out":
Fast and snappy game play 10 drop targets for your
skill shot pleasure.
Three rebuilt pop bumpers for fast upper playfield
Return to shooter gate and a left drain kickback gate
makes for long playing games.
Popular end of ball countdown bonus awards up to
End of game match number
Far Out has wonderful artwork that could work in your game
room. Good art glass beautiful playfield and original cabinet with
some major touch up very nicely done it looks good. Far Out would
make a good first pinball for your family room. Thinking back to
1974 when this Far Out was brand new Jimmy Connors and Chris Evert
both won at Wimbledon that year and dated but never married. If you
have always wanted a classic pinball machine don't wait another
decade or two they may all be gone. Just rebuilt end of January 2017
it is ready to play.
Local long term service contract and parts email/phone
support if not local to us in the NYC to Washington DC area.
(shipping runs $500 to just about anywhere in the USA)