Corvette is Ready to Roll

We just finished a full shop job on this Corvette pinball machine. This game looks great now, and plays really fast. It’s the perfect game for someone who loves this classic car, but anyone who enjoys a good pinball game will appreciate it too.

Bally came out with this game in 1994, and went on to produce around 5,000 units. (IPDB)
We gave this game the deluxe treatment, including a full shop job. We pulled everything off the playfield to be washed, polished, tumbled, buffed, or otherwise cleaned. The mechanics work 100% on this clean machine!
We installed LEDs throughout, too: insert, GI, and flashers. Check out that beautiful glow!
Did you know Chevy debuted its first Corvette in 1953? Sources say it was named after a small, well-handling warship called a corvette.
The cabinet on this machine looks really good now, after some light cabinet touchups.
We also put on new head decals.
Now that’s a good-looking backglass.