Bazaar Pinball Machine


The 1966 Bally Bazaar pinball machine was the first of many Zipper Flipper games. Bazaar was designed by Ted Zale with artwork by George Molentin. This is a rare model with only 2,925 Bally Bazaar machines produced.

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Bazaar Pinball Machine by Bally

Bally’s Bazaar Pinball Machine was the first machine to use zipper flippers, invented by Ted Zale. This is a feature where the flippers move in to close the gap between them, so the ball can not drain between the flippers. Bally made 18 zipper flipper games from 1966 to 1973.

Other features of Bazaar pinball include: Six mushroom bumpers, open and close ball return gate and open and close the flippers, maximum displayed point score is 9,999 points.. This is also one of the first machines to have a skill shot when you shoot the ball into play. Bazaar features a ball kick back from the left drain. Tons of pinball action from Bally and artwork of cute tourists traveling the world in 1966.

The object of the game is to hit the letter targets to light the L U C K lanterns which then advances and lights up the moon crescents on the backglass to score replays.

With its excellent layout (having less playfield space + 50v coils on the bumpers and slings ), the ball flies around from kicker to bumper with great speed making Bazaar a very fast-paced and entertaining game!


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