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Vector Pinball By Bally of 1981 at

A very interesting early solid state Bally pinball machine.

Vector Pinball By Bally - Photo

 Pinball Glass featues players in a futuristic arena.

Vector Pinball By Bally - Photo

The upper playfield is another level and has its own flipper, drop targets, and ball lock to the left.

Vector Pinball By Bally - Photo

Lower playfileld has two rows of drop targets that prevent shooting the left ramp. There is also
a LED indicator in center of the playfield.

Vector Pinball By Bally - Photo

Outhole and flipper view.  Note the two kick out saurcers that act as ball saves.

Vector Pinball By Bally - Photo

Split coin door and artwork.

Vector Pinball By Bally - Photo

Side artwork

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March 24, 1981 / 4 Players
Manufacturer: Bally
Date Of Manufacture: February, 1982
Model Number: 1247-E
MPU: Bally MPU AS-2518-35
Type: Solid State Electronic (SS)
Production: 3,500 units
Theme: Fantasy - Sports
Notable Features: Flippers (4), Pop bumpers (1), Kick-out holes (5), 3-bank drop targets (3). Playfield digital display. Split-Level Playfield.
Design by: Greg Kmiec
Art by: Greg Freres


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