I so want a full size pinball game in my house I miss Pinball

11 Jan 2013 admin In G+ Posts Tags: , ,


Honestly I want Black Knight, but this might also be ok….

Do you have a spare 5600.00 bucks lying around?



AC/DC Pro Model Features:

• 1 Ramp Mounted Magnetic Diverter For Cannon Loading
• High Definition Color Cabinet and Decal Artwork
• Motorized Rotating Ball Cannon, Player Controlled
• 3 “Thunderstruck” Standup Targets w/ Super Bright Flash Lamps
• 4 “ROCK” Standup Targets (on right)
• Lit Start/Fire Cannon Button w/ Laser Cut S/S Trim Plate
• Back Panel Jukebox Song Selector w/ Flashing Red Horns
• Posi-Lock Ball Ejector and Electric Top Gate
• 2 Molded Super Speed Ramps
• T.N.T. Explosion Butyrates In Key Locations
• 2 High Powered Slingshots
• 3 Super Bright LED Jet Bumpers
• 1 “Greased Lightning” Spinning Target
• Traditional Country-Specific Coin Door
• 8 Inch Cabinet Speaker with bold, enhanced sound quality
• QR Codes 
• Molded “Hells Bell” Toy, Fixed, W/Standup Target
• Fixed T.N.T. Detonator
• Band Member Butyrate Display
• 5 AC/DC Standup Targets (on left)
• 3 T.N.T. Standup Targets (center) 
• Black ABS Lower Arch
• "Latch" Lockdown Bar

MSRP $5,699

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Comments: 15

  1. Stanley Nakis 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    I have one in one of my workplaces

  2. Brent Burzycki 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    +Stanley Nakis ACDC? or just a full size pinball game…

  3. Brent Burzycki 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    +J. Rae Chip yeh I assume they have got a bit better… I used to put 100's of bucks into them….

  4. Onny Carr 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    One of these days… I wanna buy myself a Pac-Man table.

  5. Brent Burzycki 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    +Onny Carr ah the beauty of retro gaming..

  6. Ryan MacLean 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    If you buy this, do let me know. I will visit. You may have a hard time getting rid of me 🙂 I had a pinball machine growing up, and absolutely loved it. 

  7. Onny Carr 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    +Brent Burzycki I'm rarely nostalgic about anything. Not my high school years, not my childhood, nothing about "the good old days". The one exception to that is old 8-bit video games.

  8. Stanley Nakis 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    No a Simpsons one lol

  9. Stanley Nakis 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    Btw because it's mentioned that it's difficult to maintain I have done this alone and for my experience it only needed some cleaning and some rubber changes cause rubbers go loose after some months

  10. Brent Burzycki 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    Interesting on the maintenance.. I do maintenance on really complicated devices daily.. I assume I would actually enjoy keeping an older pinball game up and running… like an old car .. I love taking things apart and making them work again..

    The real issue I assume is finding parts and if these companies maintain parts for older machines….

  11. Stanley Nakis 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    You can find anything you want especially if you can in Greece lol

  12. Elizabeth Hahn 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    I don't have the money laying around, but I have a friend that restores them. But then he keeps them, I don't think he's ever sold any. :/

  13. Oliver Dörflein 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    For a real ACDC Pinnball there is "Big Balls" missing in the Featurelist 8)

  14. Mike LeBrun 11 Jan 2013 Reply

    I agree +Brent Burzycki , I have fond memories of Black Knight and High Speed!

    I knew the days of pinball were numbered when the cost went from 5 balls for 25¢ to 3 balls for $1. 🙂

  15. Brent Burzycki 12 Jan 2013 Reply

    +Mike LeBrun I can remember when it was 3 balls for 2 bucks.. there is an art to making a really great pinball game.. black Knight was one of them.. with magnasave..and other cool innovations…. We used to have one at the pizza place I worked at as a kid… we had massive pinball battles once a week – it was a blast.. I will never forget those cool days….

    I just want to relive them in my home.. I am jsut not sure I want to spend 3900 on a used Black Knight game….that I am sure I will have to put money into to get working right again…

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