Put a vintage pinball machine in your place of business today! Income will be split between Pecos Pinball and your business.
Benefits to you and your business:
- Pinball is making a comeback and baby boomers are looking for nostalgic and inexpensive entertainment from their youth
- Kids 4-10 love these pinball machines and parents love the low vintage pinball prices
- Draw new customers through advertising and word of mouth
- Pinball is an additional source of income, especially helpful in the slow summer months
- Pinball will extend the stay of customers in your bar longer, increasing revenue from more rounds of drinks/food.
- RV and Mobile Park operators - Add a vintage pinball machine to your list of amenities.
- Restaurants and sports bars - Customers will enjoy a game of pinball while waiting or while in the bar.
- Senior Citizen communities - Pinball is being used as a therapeutic tool by some to maintain hand-eye coordination and to keep the mind sharp in senior citizens
A new attraction for your potential residents. Younger visitors will enjoy these games when visiting.
Rent a vintage pinball machine for your special event - birthday parties, weddings, school events, fraternity parties, corporate events or sports parties. A pinball machine at any party will be the center of attention!
Cost: $150 per day for Electro-Mechanical pinball machines and $200 per day for solid state pinball machines. Restrictions apply, accessibility, Tucson only, etc. Contact for details and Contact Pecos Pinball for information about our special deals!
Pinball Machines Available Now
The following games are available, SS means Solid State and EM means Electro-Mechanical. Sign-up for the pinball machine of your choice before some other business owner does!
Six Million Dollar Man SS - 1978 Bally
Six Million Dollar Man is one of the few games to have the option for six people to play. It is a family friendly pinball machine and is super fast and fun! It would be a good fit for for any family restaurant.
Steller Wars SS - 1979 Williams
Stellar Wars is a widebody, family friendly pinball machine with lots of features to shoot for. It would be a good fit for for family restaurants.
Future Spa SS - 1979 Bally
Future Spa is a bit risque widebody, that would be great in any bar or adult oriented business. It has a lot of features to shoot for, including the first use of in-line drop targets and two spinners.
Pecos Pinball is excited and honored to announce their affiliation with the Hotrods Old Vail
. Four of the six vintage pinball machines can be played in the lobby during business hours.
The four machines are a 1974 Williams Super-Flite, a 1978 Bally Harlem Globetrotters On Tour, a 1975 Bally Wizard! and a 1982 Bally Mr. & Mrs. Pac-Man. They are priced at the retro prices of one quarter, one play for the two electro-mechanincal Williams games and two quarters, one play for Harlem Globetrotters On Tour and Mr. & Mrs. Pac-Man. They all play well and, Harlem Globetrotters On Tour is one of the nicest examples of this game that you will find anywhere.
Two pinball machines, a 1976 Williams Aztec and a 1987 Bally Hardbody are available on weekends only upstairs at the Top Fuel lounge from 5:00 PM to closing.
Hotrods Old Vail is a beautiful venue with new management and a new head chef whose food is worth the trip. Hotrods Old Vail is located just north off I-10 at the Houghton exit.
All six pinball machines at Hotrods Old Vail were downstairs for Free Pinball Day on December 23rd, 2018. Fun was had by all!
Pecos Pinball is pleased and honored to announce their affiliation with the D&D Pinball
in the Fourth Avenue district. Firepower, a very speical game is now available for public play. Firepower, 1980 Williams, is one the the best pinball machines ever made. It is fast and has iconic sounds and speech that are remarkable for their sophistication at the time.
D&D Pinball is a Arizona's largest pinball arcade. There pinball machines, ranging from the 1970s right up to the present are beautiful and well maintained.
Stop by and support pinball in Tucson and say that Pecos sent you!
Pecos Pinball is pleased and honored to announce their affiliation with the Hotel McCoy
. Pecos Pinball is excited to be bringing vintage pinball to the people of Tucson.
Hotel McCoy is a retro hotel. Bryan Coggins and his team have spent a lot of time and money bringing the old hotel Silverbell Inn back to life, as a resort hotel with a 1960s feel. They have 93 rooms at very reasonable prices.
The first machine at Hotel McCoy is a Williams 1973 Travel Time . It will be located in the lobby near the pool, outdoor ping pong table and other recreational amenities.
Travel Time will be set at two games for a quarter as an introductory price. Stop by and support pinball in Tucson and say that Pecos sent you!
Pecos Pinball has completed the business licensing process. I can put one or more of my vintage pinball machines in your business in Tucson today. Contact Me
Play this game at Hotrods Old Vail
Mr & Mrs Pac-Man SS - 1982 Bally with LEDs
This pinball machine is perfect for restaurants where kids and kids at heart hang out who played Pac-Man when they were growing up. This game is tastefully outfitted with LEDs, including the Pac-Maze for a brighter playfield.
Play this game at Hotrods Old Vail in the lobby during business hours, Tuesday through Sunday.
Play this game at Hotrods Old Vail upstairs at the Top Fuel lounge on weekends from 5:00 PM to closing.
Hardbody SS - 1987 Bally with LEDs
Hardbody is a bit risque featuring Miss Olympia, Rachel Mclish. It would be great in any bar or adult oriented business. It has been boldly fitted with bright LEDs and stands out from the crowd. While not everyone likes the theme, it is a fast and fun game to play with four flippers and an upper plafield. The in-line drop targets are a lot of fun to shoot for.
Other pinball machines available soon:
Spanish Eyes EM - 1972 Williams
Jack in the Box EM - 1973 Gottlieb
Aztec EM - 1976 Williams, two available
Liberty Bell EM - 1977 Williams
Laser Cue SS - 1984 Williams
I take great pride in how my vintage games look and play. The following articles show you the process I use when restoring these older pinball machines.
Please visit Pinside To see pictures of the pinball machines available for your business!
Part one is a story about my first and favorite pinball machine, the 1973 Williams 'OXO'. Part 2 is a story about the first pinball machine I designed, 'XOX' in July of 1979 with features that would be seen on later pinball machines.
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