In to the shop came a Gottlieb Rollercoaster glass for restoration. Though not incredibly damaged, it had some peeling and a lot of fading. The owner wanted a nice glass for his game, so we restored it. Check out the before/after pics below.
Month: January 2015
We received this oritinal Gottlieb Lite-a-Card score glass in terrible condition. Note only lots of peeling, but the glass itself was broken in many places. We were able to get a good scan and then cleaned up the artwork, and restored the glass. Check out the before/after pics below.
This Williams Fiesta score glass came into the shop in pretty bad condition, with lots of ink peeling. After a scan and some graphics work, the repair of this glass came out great. Check out the before and after pictures below.
The 1963 Gottlieb Sweet Hearts, the last gobble hole wedge head game. Boy did this glass need restoration! Oh my, check out the before and after pictures. Not much can be added in words to what the pictures show!
This 1960s two player Gottlieb Preview score glass was an absolute mess. Major peeling everywhere, but there was enough left for a decent scan. Yea it was some work, but the restored glass came out great! Check out the before and after pictures.
A guy walked into the shop with a 1970s Bally Boomerang pinball glass. It wasn’t really in bad condition, with just some minimal fading and scratches. But he wanted it restored, so we took on the project. Below are the before and after pictures.