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Magic City from 1967 is a quintessential EM pinball machine of the mid to late 60s.

We are selling this game on behalf of a client who bought it from us 10 years ago and is now downsizing her house.  This is the actual game used in the film "Rocketman". It only appears briefly for around 12 to 15 seconds but we have photos of the game on set. The game was fully restored in 2013 and sold in 2014. The game plays perfectly and will come with both the orignal slightly damaged glass and a brand new ad hoc glass with unique colours, This is included in the price. The playfield is original but alas has a slight flipper scratch on the bottom righthand side of the playfield. We can however also offer this game with a brand new fully repainted and lacquered playfield for an additional £3,500. The cabinet is original and in very good condition for it's age.

All in all Magic City is a compelling vintage EM game and this one is even on film.

As with all our pinball machines it comes with a one year warranty on parts and labour (subject to t & cs) and one free call out within the price.


Name: Magic City

Make: Williams Electronic Manufacturing Corp.

Built: January 1967

Units made: 2,675

Model number: 329

Designer: Norm Clark

Artwork: George Molentin

Notes: We will supply this game with a brand new backglass which will have the same identical design but with slight colour variations (a one off) we will also provide the original backglass in the sale. The game can also be supplied wand fitted with a newly repainted and lacquered playfield for an additional £3,500.00

Magic City (Williams) 1967

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