1979 Williams Flash Pinball Arcade Machine

Playfield is a 7 out of 10. New rubbers. Plastics are warped but not cracked or broken anywhere (can be straightened). Backglass is 8 out of 10. Cabinet is great 9+ out of 10.

'Flash' was the first game from any manufacturer to have a dynamic background sound during gameplay. It is also the first game from any manufacturer to use Flash Lamps, which provide a temporary burst of flashing light intended primarily for the sake of its visual effect, in contrast to the usual playfield lamps that either provide constant general illumination or turn on and off only as indicators of specific playfield objectives or their point values.

:: Serial Number 374729 ::

:: Located: Las Vegas ::