In this episode we go over the rules of Heighway Pinball’s first release Full Throttle.
I had a large section of pinball backglass flaking on a glass I was saving for testing paints. I thought it was a great subject to experiment a way to lock that flaking paint down.[…]
This 1934 machine, The Mystery Six, was made by Rube Gross and Company from Seattle.
In this episode I show how to put the legs on a pinball machine and get it set up. I will follow up this video later with a demonstration on how to pack up a[…]
In this episode I take an old Lightning backglass with lots of missing paint and try to give it a more acceptable appearance. This technique should work well on the 80’s era backglasses that tend[…]
In this episode I talk about things to consider before attempting to touch up pinball playfields. I made a mistake in the video when I said 1 in 8 men have a colour deficiency. It’s[…]