Ever wanted your own retro pinball machine? This Honiton auction is selling THREE of them!

PUBLISHED: 13:30 04 May 2018 | UPDATED: 13:43 04 May 2018

Three pinball machines will be going under the hammer in Honiton this weekend.

Three pinball machines will be going under the hammer in Honiton this weekend.

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A unique trio of nostalgic pinball machines will be going under the hammer in Honiton this weekend.

The vintage late 1960 William’s Ago-Go invented by Norm Clark.The vintage late 1960 William’s Ago-Go invented by Norm Clark.

The eclectic collection have been put up for sale by a collector in North Devon, and will be sold at Chilcotts Auctioneers in Silver Street.

Not in pristine condition, the machines would suit a dedicated collector who is prepared to take on a restoration project.

All lots are sold as found and none of the machines have been PAT tested.

The three pinball machines are:

The vintage late 1960s William's 8-Ball pinball machine.The vintage late 1960s William's 8-Ball pinball machine.

• A vintage late 1960 William’s Ago-Go invented by Norm Clark. It was the first model of pinball machine to use a captive ball spinner.

• A vintage late 1960 William’s 8-Ball pinball machine

• A William’s Tales of The Arabian Nights from the mid-1990s.

Sold as collectors’ pieces, estimates for the 1960s machines are between £100 and £150, whilst the 1990s machine is estimated at £200 to £300.

The sale starts at 10.30am at Chilcotts’ Silver Street saleroom, near Honiton Community College, tomorrow (Saturday, May 5).


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