Amigo PinBall Machine Bally
Amigo PinBall Machine from Bally with stuck ball.
Electro-mechanical game based (loosely) on Mexican Culture;
with: Flippers, pop bumpers, slingshots, standup targets, rollover buttons, kick-out hole, spinning target, right outlane ball return gate, 3 chimes and knocker;
Design by Greg Kmiec, Art by Dick White;
illuminated backbox, the backglass is in mint condition, the playfield looks good, the cabinet shows a fair amount of wear;
when you plug it in the lights come on and you hear bells and pinging but you can’t play because the ball is stuck, so untested;
Amigo number 50, Bally cabinet number 2335;
production of 4325, apparently a small run;
vintage, retro, 70s, 1970s, seventies, collectable,
NameAmigo PinBall Machine
ProducerBally Manufacturing Corp. Chicago Ill.
Stylevintage, retro, mid-century modern
Conditiongood, some wear
Materialsmetal; wood; glass