Jubilee Pinball By Williams of 1973 at www.pinballrebel.com
These photos are of an unshopped pinball machine that has been
borken down for shipping.
Pinball Glass has typical artwork of the era with cute girls You can
see the trend towards the angular art that would be used later.
Full view of the pinball cabinet and head.
The side artwork has a musical theme and almost looks egyptian.
The colors on this example are a bit faded but you can tell very eye
catching colors were used all around.
A view of the relays and swtches under the playfield.
Here you can see the score motor and the transformer.
A view of the bottom side of the flipper assemblies.
A view in the cabinet.
The playfield is very sparse with two captive balls in the center.
This example shows red flipper bats.
Above Photos Courtesy of www.pinballs-australia.com.au
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FROM THE INTERNET PINBALL DATABASE
June 29, 1973 / 4 Players
Model Number: 416
Production: 7,303 units
Notable Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (2), Left and Right
Shooters, Looping Captured Ball feature.
Design by: Steve Kordek Art by: Christian Marche
Notes: Jubilee is the 4-player version of Williams' 1973 'Darling'.
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