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Spring Break Pinball By Gottlieb of 1987 at

It is pretty obvious that they were going after male pinball players with the theme.  Note the Spuds Mckenzie who has stolen the girls top.

Spring Break Pinball By Gottlieb - Photo

The game does feature an odd flipper layout.

Spring Break Pinball By Gottlieb - Photo

The backglass on this pinball is the photo type which did not last long.  Most players found them ugly.

Spring Break Pinball By Gottlieb - Photo

The upper playfield has a ramp, drops and a few jets.

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Spring Break
April, 1987 / 4 Players
Manufacturer: Premier Technology / Gottlieb
Model Number: 706
MPU: Gottlieb System 80B
Type: Solid State Electronic
Production: 3,550 units
Theme: Aquatic Fun - Happiness
Notable Features: Flippers (4), Pop bumpers (3), 3-bank drop targets (3), Rollunders (4).
No manual ball shooter assembly. Ball is launched into play by pressing right flipper button and starts an instant multiball mode.
Design by: John Trudeau
Art by: David Moore, Larry Day


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