Gottlieb's "High Hand". Popular "Card themed" pinball machine with
16 drop targets in mechanically restored condition. The most drop
targets (16 brand new drop targets) on any big flipper game to
challenge your pinball skill. Super difficult hole shot for specials
or bonus. The favorite pinball machine of many players. A perfect
complement if you have a Royal Flush, Jacks Open, Drop a Card, Top
Card, Joker Poker or any of the Gottlieb "Card themed" pinball
machines. "High Hand" plays the same as when it was new.
likes High Hand and listed are just some of the new parts installed
on this fine example (restoration completed Oct 2009):
- New playfield glass
- Very, very nice playfield with 16 brand new drop targets and
all new posts.
- New pop bumper and brand new flippers
- 100% new lamps, rubber, cabinet switches, new locks, new
levelers and bolts.
Good original backglass (sealed and touched up looks very
good) Original cabinet which is nice and looks great very good
condition original chrome!
The year High Hand rolled out of the Gottlieb factory 1973, Doyle
Brunson finished 11th place and Thomas "Amarillo Slim" Preston
finished 12th in the World Series of Poker. Interesting to note that
only 13 players ponyed up the $10,000 entrance fee and the eventual
winner Walter "Puggy" Pearson won $130,000 winner take all. Second
place won zero dollars.
Quality restored vintage pinball machines are a fun investment
you and your family can enjoy everyday. Muscle Cars from this era
are bringing 6 figures when done right. Pinball machines may follow
suit as the demand is booming (read Baby Boomers) and the supply of
good working restored games is limited. Just where did the cool guys
drive those Corvette's, Camaro's and Mustang's to back in 1970's?
Straight to the local 7/11, Soda Shop, mall or bowling alley to play
Local long term service contact. Not local we have safely shipped
all over and provide unlimited email/phone/parts support?
Price $2495 (sold Sewell NJ) call 215.354.0906 or email@example.com
with any questions