A coffee table for pinball fans

arcadehero September 24, 2010 1

Newsfeed 930 viaThe Stinger Report

If you have a non-working pinball playfield laying around there are a couple of things you could do with it – salvage it for parts on another pin, sell it to someone else who might fix it up, hang it up as art, junk it or turn it into a coffee table. The last option is what “zieak” decided to do with an old, widebody playfield for Bally’s Paragon(notable for being the first pin to use in-line drop targets and it was Bally’s first widebody game).   After making a wooden housing to fit the playfield into, the maker of this table added some LED lighting, covered it with glass and then he had what you see above. The steps and materials used in the creation of this table can be found here if you wanted to do something similar.

[Via Zieak.com]

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