The Gottlieb Central Park is a classic Gottlieb EM pinball from the 1960s. So when its backglass came into the shop for restoration, we where happy to spend the time required to make it happen. Below is a picture of the final result of the restoration.
Month: December 2013
The 1960s multi-player pinballs don’t generally get a lot of love by backglass silkscreen restoration shops. So when these glasses come into the shop we are thrilled with doing their restoration. The Gottlieb Dodge City came in, and after scanning and correction in Photoshop, the following was the result.
Another rather old baseball game score glass came into the shop, in rather poor condition. After some time in Photoshop we were able to really clean up the glass, and restore it to like-new condition. Below is the result of that restoration.
This glass came into the shop is fairly poor condition. Not surprising though, since the game is from the 1950s. We scanned it and did the corrections for missing artwork. Below is the final front image of the new restoration.
The 1970s Gottlieb Gemini pinball only made around 400 units. But it’s a good game and one worth restoring. So when the glass came into the shop for restoration, we were happy to do the work. Below is the restored glass picture.
The 1970s Midway EM gun game called Gang Busters came into the shop for restoration. The original glass had considerable ink and color loss. We scanned the glass and restored it to like-new condition. Below is the final file.