NEWS : 25 YEAR OLD WILLIAMS ROAD SHOW PINBALL FOUND NEW IN BOX
This story seemed pretty relevant to me since I just picked up a used William’s Road Show pinball recently. The Game Room Blog posted a story about the writer’s friend Gerry who recently bought a NIB Road Show pinball machine. Gerry purchased the game from a collector who was hoping to open a pinball museum in the future. The plans for opening a museum fell through so the owner of the game decided to sell it. I know what people are asking, did the batteries leak on the boards inside the back box? Read the story below and find out.
Read and watch the stories about my restoration of Red and Ted Road Show pinball below.
My buddy Gerry recently purchased a still new in the box Road Show pinball machine for his game room. He was kind enough to share pictures with me of this incredibly rare experience.
I am not sure how many classic pinball machines from the 90’s are still out there, but I expect the numbers are amazingly low.
Gerry purchased this from an amusement company who had saved them for a future pinball museum. But those plans did not come through, so they sold a the games that they had saved.
Did everything work? Any issues with the old batteries leaking you may wonder. Gerry said, “I knew before I even turned it on I would have the adjust those two pot switches for the dozer blade and Red’s mouth. And of course I did.”
Read the rest of the story and see more pictures of the game by clicking the link below :