Manufacturer: Stern Pinball, Inc.
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Nugent Pinball Machine
The Motor City Madman!
Gonzo, Stranglehold, Free For All, Cat Scratch Fever, only a few of rockin’ and jammin’ songs from Ted Nugent. All featured on the playfield of Stern’s Nugent pinball machine from 1978. It had a production run of 2,873 total games ever produced and very few of those are still in existence today. The game’s backglass, taken straight from the Weekend Warriors (1978) album cover, depicts Ted Nugent with his famous 1962 Gibson Byrdland guitar firing off rounds as if it were a machine gun.
This game was taken in by a local home owner to which we then went through the game from top to bottom. Cabinet is in very nice condition with some minor touch’ups done to the exterior of the cabinet with color matching paint. Coindoor repainted and new Stern decal installed. Siderails, legs and leg bolts have been polished to a high shine and new leg levelers installed. The backglass is original and does show some spiderwebbing /light flaking in the word “Nugent” as seen in the pics included as well as some other minor flaking along the perimeter.
We have fully shopped out the playfield on this game. Meaning that all components and assemblies have been removed from the top side of the playfield. The playing surface has been cleaned and polished. All plastics and posted have been cleaned. A brand new set of rubber rings has been installed throughout the playfield as well as a new ball. All under playfield assemblies have been cleaned and checked for proper operation.
Nugent includes the original owners manual and schematics. This game is working 100% and is ready to be enjoyed by its new owners and includes our 30 day warranty on the electronics.
This is the first one of these we have stumbled upon in many years. “The Nuge” Pinball doesn’t come around very often. A rare opportunity to own one this collectible rock n’ roll themed pinball machine.