Here at Pachinko Restorations, we strive to do our best to restore your machine back to it's original condition. We also do custom restorations on the machines. So if you have some artwork you would like to see as a background, in most cases we can have it printed and install it as the background on the playing field of your machine. There is no charge to evaluate your machine to determine what is needed for this type of restoration. Here are some before and after photos of restorations.
If you like to follow the repair of your machine or see what we are working on, check us out on facebook or see some of our other restores on Instagram.
1971 Nishijin Pachinko Machine Model 1200. Known as Crown. Before and After Restoration.
1975 Nishijin Pachinko Machine Model 4200. Known as Shark Diver. Before and After Restoration.
1973 Nishijin Pachinko Machine Model 1200. Known as Steam Punk. Before and After a Custom Restoration.
1973 Nishijin Pachinko Machine Model 1200. Known as Phoenix Butterfly. Before and After a Custom Restoration.
If this is something you would be interested in doing to your machine, email a photo (front and back please) and the artwork you are thinking of using, or you can pick from our library of backgrounds. Also let us know if there are any other changes you would like to make to the machine.
Payment due when the machine is done, any machine not claimed 60 days after notification of completion and/or estimate will be considered abandoned and sold for cost owed on it.
(Do to Apple's proprietary software we can't receive photos from a iPhone)
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When packing the machine for shipping, please make sure the box is sturdy and that there is plenty of cushioning, especially around the plastic tray on the front and the plastic tray on the back. There should be no empty space in your box; otherwise the machine will bounce around inside the box during shipment. Completely fill it with Styrofoam peanuts, wrap with bubble wrap or sturdy packaging paper. If you can’t find one box that is big enough, you can try the following method: open the top of one box. Place the machine standing up in the box diagonally, with the top flaps up. Fill the box with packing material. Take another box and slide it down and over the first box. Tape it all together.
Attn: William Cardwell
7122 S. Sheridan Rd.
Tulsa, OK. 74133