Vintage Bally "Kiss" Pinball Machine
A vintage Bally ‘Kiss’ pinball machine. The pinball machine was produced in 1979 and features stylized images of the band on the sides and an image of the band on the backglass. The unit has two flippers, slingshots, and spinning targets, four pop pumpers and eight standup targets. There is backlit animation and the letters ‘K-I-S-S’ light up with each score and animate at the end of the game. The maximum displayed score is 999,999 per player. Up to four players can play and the machine is set up for coins. The original project date was April 1978 and the first game was produced in June 1979. The designer was Jim Patla and the artwork was created by Kevin O’Conner. 17,000 units of this game were produced. Carved into the side is serial EKI12261 and on an interior tag 9595 and the number 241448 is printed. Item powered on during testing though was not playable.
- Please note, this is an item that may be especially difficult to move and/or transport. Unless shipping arrangements are available and made by the winning bidder, that individual is responsible for, and advised to bring, appropriate assistance, vehicle, and any necessary tools to pickup.
Item powered on during testing though was not playable because the balls would not load..