The Pinball Shark in-shop restoration and repair services are now available. Make your game look and play like new! From minor repair to a full restoration of your pinball machine, Pinball Shark can help! See the Services page for more information.
This is my restored Space Shuttle with many new parts and my custom shaker motor installed (watch for the camera shake during multiball). This is a complete restoration including a playfield swap with a new CPR playfield all done by me. The Pinball Shark. If you have a game you want restored, contact me.
More details on this restoration here: http://www.pinballshark.com/?p=2286
Here is an incredible Space Shuttle I spent the last two months restoring. The restoration includes a new CPR playfield installed inside a very nice original cabinet and backglass. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves, but this game has a … Continue reading →
Bally’s Silverball Mania is from 1978. Some aprons take a beating. This one was actually quite nice, but had a coin operator’s registration sticker smack dab in the middle. Every attempt at removing it failed. Well, I did get it … Continue reading →
Williams Sorcerer, kind of a rare game. Only 3700 made back in 1985. You just don’t see a lot of them for sale. Some how I have stumbled across two in the past 2 years. I had waited 4 years … Continue reading →
We have seen a lot Jurassic Park pinball machines around here lately. No doubt due to the fact that Data East produced just over 9,000 of them (9,008 to be exact.) It’s a great game with a great theme as it … Continue reading →
I just finished working on this 1970 Aquarius, a beautiful wedge head from Gottlieb. It came in non-working and wouldn’t start a game. After some fuse testing and relay checking, I found the scoring motor in the bottom cabinet was … Continue reading →
Always cherish your pets. Here we have a Williams Bad Cats that needed a little love. It was in great original condition. Not purrfect, but not a raggedy alley cat either. This is a fun game for casual players or people … Continue reading →
Gottlieb Genie, from 1979, was Gottlieb’s answer to Bally’s super wide Paragon. This was the start of “wider is better” pinball design in the late 70’s. A typical pinball machine at the time was 22″ wide by 51.5″ long. Bally … Continue reading →
Williams Sorcerer is an awesome game. But, I’ve never liked the pop bumper caps. This particular Sorcerer has a full LED conversion with an LED OCD board so I thought some LED pop bumpers would make a great upgrade and … Continue reading →