Pacific Pinball Museum, a Californian based not for profit organization are planning a cabinet sale. This is to clear out any duplicate machines they already have on display and to make more for new ones. The museum, which currenlty holds nearly 1500 games is one of the biggest in the world.
The event, taking place on June 23 at the museum (1680 Viking Street, Alameda) has nearly 130 pre-loved machines available for the public to purchase. These machines vary in brand and age, ranging from the early 60's to today. Machines currenlty available include cabinets from Williams, Bally, Stern and Gottlieb (just to name a few). All proceeds from the day will go to benefit the museum.
To see a full list of titles that will be available on the day or for more information on the event, please visit Pinball News.