Soccer Pinball Machine
Soccer was released by Gottlieb in 1975. It is a rare electro-mechanical pinball machine
Solar Ride Pinball Machine
Solar Ride was manufactured by Gottlieb in 1979. Two versions of Solar Ride were released, an Electro-Mechanical version and a Solid State Version. There were 365 of the EM versions produced and 8,800 of the Solid State versions produced.
Sold My Soul to Rock ‘n’ Roll
This metal Rock themed wall hanging will bring a demonic vibe to any man cave.
Sound Stage Pinball Machine
Sound Stage was designed by Chicago Coin in 1976 and is one of the last Chicago Coin electro-mechanical games. It has the classic sounds from that era of pinball machines, with steppers and relays clacking and chimes ringing.
The South Beach with its minimalist lines, has an under-table clearance that allows you to pull up seating and can quickly convert to a dining surface. It was originally built for a penthouse balcony in Miami, where space is at a premium. This table is a work of art and turns heads everywhere. Mix and match finishes as a beautiful contrast or simply pick one. Playpack on this spectacular table also includes insert for conversion. Benches available to match.
Our South Beach Outdoor Pool Table as a dining package has the added feature of a 3-piece hard top cover as conversion top is substantial yet easy enough for any hostess to maneuver on to the table with little assistance.
The 7-foot version comes with (2) 44” benches and your choice of cushion fabric. Our 3-inch high-quality outdoor cushions are many times designed with welting on the seams that contrasts or compliment the bed fabric. The 8-foot table comes with (2) 52” benches. For more seating see our full line of sizes to add end benches as well. This beautiful pool table whether used indoors or out maximizes space and versatility.
- Mix and Match two of our eight powder coat finishes
- Only The Original Sunbrella fabric
- Sizes: 7′, 8′ or 9′
- Hidden pocket basket provides a streamlined look
- Customize by adding your logo, family crest,
or graphic wrap
- Benches available to match
Space Invaders Pinball Machine
In 1980, Bally released a pinball version of the original 1978 Video game of the same name becoming the first pinball machine to be based on a video game. Bally’s video game division, Midway, had licensed Space Invaders from Taito in Japan, and decided to capitalize on the machine’s incredible success by using it as a theme for a pinball machine. However, few elements from the original game, except for the sounds and front case artwork, were included in the pinball game. The artwork instead resembled the xenomorphs from the 1979 film “Alien”. Bally was sued over the game’s artwork resemblance to designs by H. R. Giger. In fact, they ended up stopping production of the game early due to pending lawsuits, although 11,400 machines were still produced. A settlement was reached with Fox studios where royalties were paid to the studio for each pinball machine sold and Fox was also given approximately 3 machines to use for the promotion of the sequel to Alien, named “Aliens”. This machine was one of only five “widebodies” released for production by Bally.
Spring Break Pinball Machine
Spring Break Pinball is a summer holiday themed pinball machine released in 1987 by Gottlieb (under the “Premier” label). This is a solid state, three-flipper game with an additional mini flipper at the top of the playfield. The game includes a fun 80’s themed soundtrack and has two game modes.
Star Trek Pinball Machine by Bally
Star Trek is an electro-mechanical pinball machine released by Bally in 1978. The machine was designed by Gary Gayton with artwork by Kevin O’ Connor.
‘Star Trek’ began as an American science fiction TV series which ran from 1966 to 1969. It was canceled due to low ratings. In syndication, the series’ episodes enjoyed a renewed and sustained following which eventually led to a 1979 Hollywood movie of the same name, the first of six movies using the same actors from this TV show.
Early versions of the backglass showed the Enterprise crew dressed in the uniforms from the TV series. To promote the Hollywood movie that was coming out at the same time as this game, the backglass was changed early in the production run to show them dressed in single-color clothing. In addition, two playfield plastics were changed to feature the bald-headed woman from this first movie.
These Early Production “TV version” backglasses have a large white trademark symbol (TM) after the name. Artist Kevin O’Connor’s signature is also shown in white. The modified “movie version” glass has a smaller TM in a black color, the artist’s name is shown in red, and in the lower right corner is additional license and trademark text not found on the TV version.
Also pictured in this listing is a third version of the backglass made by Bally but did not appear on any game. It is identical to the movie version except it has no TM after the name. Also, it has no adhesive “Credit” sticker in the credit window. It was one of approximately 25-30 glasses that were obtained many years ago from a man who owned a warehouse that was used by Bally. We believe these glasses were considered flawed for lack of the trademark symbol and were set aside by Bally, not to be used on any machine.
According to artist Kevin O’Connor, the original backglass art had the character on the left shooting a humanoid, but that had to be changed to a ball of energy due to demands by the show’s producers that no one be shown being killed. The humanoid can be seen on the original backglass artwork shown in the book Pinball Art.
Star Trek: The Next Generation pinball machine
Star Trek: The Next Generation pinball machine is a widebody game, designed by Steve Ritchie and released in November 1993 by Williams Electronics. It was part of WMS’ SuperPin series (see also The Twilight Zone and Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure), and was based on the TV series.
Stargate Pinball Machine
Stargate was designed by Ray Tanzer and Jon Norris and released by Gottlieb in 1995. The game is based on the film of same name. It has many modes, including several multi-ball modes.
A “pyramid” is the main feature of this game. It has a top that opens by raising and lowering. A moving “Glidercraft” ship that extends from the pyramid when the pyramid is open. The “Glidercraft” zigzags left-right, in front of the pyramid, with about 90 degrees of horizontal movement.
Straight Floor Cue Rack
Sporting a space-efficient design, the RAM Gameroom Straight Floor Cue Rack helps hold various cues comfortably. This pool cue rack is made from Chinese rubberwood, which promises reliable utility for several years to come. It stands on four sturdy legs for added support and firm ground hold.
Striker Xtreme Pinball Machine
Released in 2000, Stern’s Striker Xtreme brings you their International Soccer Championship with your country in contention for the cup and you’re the team’s most valuable striker with one simple job: SCORE GOALS!
Sixteen teams have qualified for the tournament and you will need to defeat each one of them in order to celebrate victory: France, U.S.A., Spain, Australia, Germany, Belgium, Sweden, Holland, England, Brazil, Switzerland, Finland, Italy, Canada, Mexico, and Japan.
Each team becomes increasingly difficult to beat as you advance through the tournament.