1953 Williams Deluxe Baseball
Pitch & Bat Game
This game is an early example of Williams popular baseball pitch and bat games. With all wood trim and legs, a unique backbox design, attractive cabinet and playfield, this game is a beautiful piece of Americana art, as well as a fully functional baseball game that will give you years of entertainment.
Beautiful light box shows actual opposing players on the field in realistic third dimension.
Manually controlled bat.
Lights on playfield bases indicate men on bases as well as the 3D men set on the field.
Short back box with lighted scoring.
1957 Williams Deluxe Baseball
Pitch & Bat Game
The 1957 Williams Deluxe Baseball is a single player game with one pitch selection. Generally considered to be the most memorable and "classic" of the 1950s Williams pitch and bat games. The 1957 Deluxe came with all wood trim and control panel but used metal legs.
Playfield has three home run ramps to launch the ball into a home run deck and holes for singles, outs or sacrifice flies.
Keeps track of previous high score, total grand slams and total home runs for a player's game.
One player, side cutouts in cabinet, base runners in a running man unit.
1956 Williams Crane
1956 Williams Crane amusement only device (no prizes won), four buttons operate the steam shovel to scoop up as many beans as possible in a given amount of time. The machine measures the amount of beans moved, and rates the player's skill at the end of the game. It was built with a converted Deopke steam shovel toy to make it actually operational by the player.
Crane is filled with "Lentil" beans as the gravel.
Model still has the original steam shovel with original paint as shown.
Restored Coca Cola Vendo V-44
This restored 1950's Vendo V-44 has been retro-fitted with a new mechanism that will dispense bottles or cans. Vendo V-44, holds 44 6-8 ounce bottles or 12 ounce cans. It has been completely restored with mostly original parts. Some reproduction parts such as door liner, gaskets, motors etc have been used for reliability. Only about 8000 originally produced.
1953 Seeburg HF100G 45RPM Jukebox
This restored 1950's Seeburg jukebox has been restored with zebrawood veneer, re-chromed metal, new mirrors, and fresh paint. All rebuilt mechanical parts and amplifier. It is ready for years of trouble free service!
Dimensions: 54H x 35W x 26 deep
These arcade games are in the process of being reconditioned with a playfield restoration, wax, all lights checked and replaced as necessary, all features tested and reconditioned as needed, all electronic circuits inspected and repaired. Cabinet imperfections filled, sanded, spot-puttied and touched up by a professional artist. If you're interested in any of the arcade games listed, please contact us.