$66! Wow, I guess quality costs. I guess that would be equivalent to an X-Box in today's money. I know we couldn't have afforded that back in the day. I did get a smaller versions of an electronic pinball machine when I was a kid. If I didn't live in an apartemnt with a noise-sensitive downstairs neighbor, I'd buy a full-size maching today.
I remember I got a WW II style (pictures of a P-40 Warhawk, ETC.) table top pinball machine. It was very cool. I had it for all of a few days until my neighbor kid fell on it. Doofus.
lol. I love the tag line: "A gift of value." How much marketing went into that? haha ...gotta love it.
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