This game was recently traded in by a local collector and is a home use only game. It features the original light board system but can be upgraded to the 2.0 light system for $800.
Jersey Jack Pinball is proud to announce their very first pinball machine the Wizard of Oz.
To commerorate such a huge undertaking the first 1000 games are going to be a Limited Edition with a ton of cool features!
Jersey Jack explains the features the best
-Each game will have a numbered plaque affixed to the game, on the front of the cabinet – 1 of 1,000 etc….
-Certificate of Authenticity, hand signed by the Design Team
-Body armor is in the Emerald Green and Black special finish that Matt has chosen with Jerry. The four legs, side rails, hinges, lockdown bar.
-Emerald Green Mirror effect backglass framing a commercial 26 inch Wells Gardner LCD monitor which will display scores, animation, movie clips, attract mode, backglass artwork and more.
-Optical non-reflective playfield glass.
-Interactive Emerald City Limited Edition Topper
The game includes
-Hand drawn playfield, plastic set, decal set by artist Greg Freres. Four major mechanical toys. Dorothys Spinning House, the Witchs Castle, Flying Monkey, Melting Witch.
-Two mini playfields, three Trumper Bumpers, one Balloon Bumper, Two magnets, One Spinning target, Crystal Ball, Rollover targets, Winkie Guard drop target, Five Bally/Williams Flippers which include Two Ruby Red Slipper Flippers. Standard Flipper Bats Available by Request
-Full color cabinet and backbox artwork created by artist Jerry VanderStelt will be screened on the highest grade adhesive backed vinyl and printed with UV stabilized inks.
-Digital Stereo sound system which will boom the music and effects created by SoundMaster, Chris Granner. Front of game audio connection jack for headphone or ear bud. Component audio connection jack at rear of game.
Bally Williams Parts
Oh, by the way…….the Wizard of Oz is a Wide Body Game! It is the same dimensionally as a Twilight Zone.
The only way to pack all of the features and elements that the Design Team wanted to incorporate in this game was to make it a wide body game. As we all know, the size of the back box is the same for a standard or wide body Williams game so it takes up the same footprint in either model.