Harbor Lights Pinball By D. Gottlieb & Company of 1956 at
A classic Gottlieb woodrail pinball from the 1950's
The game features light up scoring instead of the reels that would come
Lots of things to shoot for in this pinball. The clown seems a
bit out of place among the girls in swimsuits.
Coin door view.
Side art view
Side art view
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February, 1956 / 1 Player
Manufacturer: D. Gottlieb & Company
Model Number: 113
Production: 1,500 units
Theme: Sports - Water Sports
Notable Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (2), Passive bumpers (4),
Bullseye targets (4), Slingshots (2), Gobble hole (1).
First Gottlieb single player game to have a metal apron (score card
holder) although the ball shooter gauge was still red plastic.
Also, this game introduced the "center score" target, a bullseye target
allowing separate rewards for hitting the target center
versus hitting its outside ring.
Design by: Wayne Neyens
Art by: Roy Parker
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