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Our inventory of vintage and modern pinball machines is constantly changing. Here are some of the great-playing refurbished pinball machines that are currently looking for their new forever homes. If we don't have the one you are looking for, let us know and we will locate it for you. And if you want to come play them in New York City, or want more information, send us an email or call or text 917-209-8523! Games can be delivered locally or picked up. And we ship pinball machines across the country and around the world.
Modern Machines

These are modern-era digital, computerized machines generally produced after 1981 with features including multiball, ramps, speech, digital displays, and super fast action. These games also have deeper rulesets and more playfield "toys" and features, and are the type of game you'll generally see in bars and arcades today.

Metallica Inline drop targets, magnets, bash toy, ramps, multiball, real Metallica music and voices
Beatles (Platinum Edition) 4 flippers, 3 drop target banks, 2 magnets, multiball, LCD screen, real Beatles music and video
Twilight Zone Gumball machine, two playfield magnets, magnetic "Battle the Power" playfield, four flippers, amazing sound, rules, and art.
Stern Rolling Stones 3D tongue, multiball, ramps, moving "mick on a stick."
Led Zeppelin LE Limited Edition three flippers, rising magnet spinner mech, expression lights, four ramps, shaker motor, HD glass, mirrored backglass, 10 rockin' Zep tunes
Iron Man magnets, laser kicks, LEDs, ramps, multiballs, rising monger bash toy
Whirlwind Spinning playfield discs, three flippers, six pop bumpers, raising lowering ramp, amazing sound, music, lighting, and speech
Stern Star Trek three flippers, magnet, three ramps, multiball, shaker motor, drop target, shaking Vengeance ship
The Simpsons (DE) drop targets, ramps, cooling tower pop bumpers, multiball, sound, speech, and music from the iconic show
Vintage Classics

These are electromechanical (EM) games, and early digital games, that represent the "classic" pinball experience, produced between 1948 till about 1980. These games generally feature the single ball play, bells, chimes, and simpler rulesets that make them very welcoming to new players and kids. But don't let their age fool you - when properly refurbished, these games are fast, fun, and every bit as challenging as a modern game. Top players know that being good at the classics is really what separates the kids from the grownups. Some of the best pinball machines ever made come from this era, and some of the best-looking too thanks to classic art by the likes of Gordon Morrison, Roy Parker, and George Molentin.

Alien Star spinner, multiball, amazing early digital sound
Count-Down 16 drop targets, four flippers, kickout hole
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