Buckaroo pinball machine unboxing
In what year was the Buckaroo pinball machine born?
It was in June 1965 when D. Gottlieb decided to develop this pinball machine, inspired by a movie with an “American West” flavor. The concept of this pinball is attributed to Wayne Neyens, as well as its design and mechanics. On the other hand, the artwork was the fault of Roy Parker and the animation, again, by W.N. To date, slightly more than 2,000 units have been sold
Its approximate cost is estimated to be between 1,300 and 1,600 dollars. An alternative model was designed for this pinball, nicknamed “add-a-ball”, known as the Cow Poke pinball machine. It was developed in 1965. As of today, the owner of this model is known to be Pinball Owners
One of the things that stood out the most about this pinball machine is the sign it used to time the score. Sorry if it’s not the most appropriate word, but based on where the ball hit, the marker moved in its hundreds, tens or units, a clear allusion to the time. This is evidenced with an example:
The old football scoreboards. Many of them are used so that a person manually put a certain number, depending on how the game was going. The same goes for this range of pinball machines
The Features of the Buckaroo pinball machine
– 2 flippers
– 3 pop bumpers
– 3 passive bumpers
– 2 slingshots
– 2 roto-targets
– 1 stand-up target
– 1 mechanical backbox animation
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Do I have a chance to buy my Buckaroo pinball machine?
The answer is NO. It is not a flat no, it is a partial no. You’ll see: Buckaroo-related compartments are sold on ebay.com, but it’s always gone to those people who already have a model at home and want to recondition it
For those of you curious as to where the Buckaroo pinball machine is for sale: We have pinballandmore.com and ebay.com
We have to tell you that the first website has already been sold, although it is not ruled out that there are more prototypes for sale. As for eBay, to buy your Buckaroo pinball machine, you depend 100% on the seller. We cannot tell you an exact date when this can happen
The only thing we tell you is that if you really love Buckaroo, keep an eye on our website, we will inform you of any details about it. Our catalog of Buckaroo pinball machines includes those that have been used and are in the best condition. In no case do we select models with a damaged compartment