Gottlieb’s “Out of Sight” Super
popular 10 drop target game. Turn back the clock to 1974 with this
up tight 2 player from the premier manufacture of electromechanical
pinball machines. Peter Max type art work, a rare 2 player version
of Gottlieb’s 4 player “Far Out”. Freshly restored (mid October
2012) 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 excellent playfield
tuned to play like 1974 all over again.
Funky features on "Out of Sight":
and snappy game play 10 drop targets for your skill shot pleasure.
rebuilt pop bumpers for fast upper playfield action.
to shooter gate and a left drain kickback gate makes for long
end of ball countdown bonus awards up to 30,000 points.
of game match number
Out of Site has wonderful artwork that could work in your game room.
Good art glass beautiful playfield and original cabinet with few
issues. Out of Sight would make a good first pinball for your family
room. Thinking back to 1974 when this Out of Sight 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.
Local long term service contract and parts email/phone support if
not local to us in the NYC to Washington DC area. (shipping runs
$400 to just about anywhere in the USA)
Vancouver BC) Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
or russ 215
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