We buy Pinball Machines and Arcade Games in the Connecticut and New England area. Selling a pinball machine? Contact us!
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Black Knight 2000 is a pinball machine from January 1989, manufactured by Williams Electronic Games, Inc.
Connecticut Pinball can provide coin operated pinball and video machines to establishments in the Hartford area. Call or e-mail us today for a consultation to see how we can help you provide your customers a better experience at your establishment.
Dialed In, the third pinball machine by Jersey Jack Pinball, was recently announced. This game is designed by Pat Lawlor, who designed classics such as Earthshaker, Funhouse and Twilight Zone. Check out the game play video:
Changing CPU batteries in a pin is very important. If you don’t perform it yearly, chances are they’re going to leak battery acid on your PCB and ruin the board, leading to an expensive repair.
You can upgrade your game to use NVRAM and you will no longer need batteries. Here is one solution that comes in kit form:
Most games will require soldering for this upgrade – we can perform this service for you!
Both of these have been refurbished and play great. Contact us if interested.
Here’s a cool promo video on Mortal Kombat I found:
We are always happy to answer any questions you may have, shipping, or trade-in policy, or anything at all, so feel free to contact us. We collect, restore and preserve coin-operated games for ourselves and for future generations.
Currently Available for sale or trade:
Popeye Saves The Earth SOLD
The Addams Family
Demolition Man SOLD
Pinball machines need to be cleaned and waxed on a routine basis. Here is a great video on how to do it right:
Don’t forget to put in new pinballs also!
Stern, one of the leading pinball manufacturers, recently released a Walking Dead pinball machine. Check it out at their website: http://www.sternpinball.com/
Williams, one of the most popular pinball machine manufacturers, stopped making pinball machines in 1999 to focus on gambling machines. They are now known as WMS Industries.
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