1990 Williams Diner
(Original Production: 3,552 Units)
Produced by Williams in 1990, The objective of the game is to serve all customers in a diner. Serving all 5 customers (Haji, Babs, Boris, Pepe, and Buck) lights the "Dine Time" jackpot. It starts at 1 million points, and can be advanced up to 12 million points. The playfield includes 2 yellow flippers, a plunger, and 2 signature cross ramps, which is common in early 1990s pinball machines designed by Mark Ritchie. Both ramps can be used to obtain many points, as well as unlock extra balls. A player can obtain a multi-ball by unlocking the Lock Mode on the cash register ramp, and shooting a target to unlock a second ball.
The machine has been completely restored. The cabinet has been freshly painted. All mechanical parts have been restored and updated. Playfield is freshly cleaned and has all new rubbers. All lights have been changed to LEDs. Translite is in excellent shape. Flippers are rebuilt and all features work. Ready for your gameroom!
- Fully functional game clock
- 2 ball multiball
- Criss-cross ramps
- 2 cellar targets