1972 Williams Upper Deck Electronic Pinball Machine 
Lot Number 392
 
Quantity: Bid Starts: 10/01/2007 10:00:00 
Bid Open: 200.00  Bid Ends: 10/17/2007 23:56:44 
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Description

Vintage machines like the offered 1972 Williams Upper Deck pinball machine were the predecessors to video games. Upper Deck was the last electromechanical pitch-and-bat game made by Williams and the last pitch-and-bat of any type for over ten years. It features two players, electronic sound (background crowd noise, explosions when a hit is made, sirens when homeruns are hit), random varied pitches, and two decks of targets. Most importantly, it has the running man feature, which shows players running the bases after a hit. The game also keeps track of the number of grand slams hit and “free replays” when you get a certain number of runs. The playfield is in excellent condition with no noticeable blemishes on the tin litho field. The cabinet has the usual scratches. Most Upper Decks are roughed up because these games are heavier than normal pinball machines; however, this machine is very presentable. The electronic sounds, which are usually broken on these games, are all working. The game is currently not assembled, but the back can easily be attached, although the machine does not include the instruction manual. The game was viewed and played with at the owner’s home and is in fine working order, but the machine’s back was removed for shipping. Due to size/weight of this item, shipping will be substantial and local pick-up at our Silver Spring location is encouraged. 
 
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