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Price ($18,999.00 Cash and Carry Price)
price does not include installation, trade or any Amini Advantage Warranties.
You ride into Cactus Canyon a stranger, but you can become Marshal of the little town in no time. There’s plenty of cleanin’ up to do around Catcus, and Mayor Cheetum hopes you’re just the buckaroo to do it.
Hold onto that lasso, young cowboy. Earning your badge won’t be easy! You’ll have to do something about the Stampedes that charge through town from time to time, trampling everything in their path. Just when you’ve got that under control, you’ll find out those gunslingin’ outlaws, the Bart Brothers, itchin’ to challenge you to a Showdown. You just might find yourself staring them down at the OK Corral, so you’d better have a Quick Draw. Don’t forget pretty Miss Polly is bound to be tied up in some perilous predicament, and it’ll be up to you to save her. You’ve got to be prepared for anything in a town like this! If you’re up to the challenge, you could hit the Mother Lode here in Cactus Canyon. So reach for your revolver and get ready to shoot, because the West has never been this wild!
Cactus Canyon is one of the rarest and most sought-after pinball machines on the market. Originally designed by Midway (and sold under their Bally brand), it features a Williams Pinball Controller (WPC) and was the shortest production run of that type. Only 925 were produced, which means it’s the rarest machine of the WPC series (spanning the entire ‘90s). Additionally, it was the last machine built under the Williams/Bally marquee.
Being such a unique and rare beast, it’s one of the most collectible pinball machines around. In fact, it’s the second rarest of all modern pinball machines. A Special Collectors’ Edition Plate in cast aluminum was designed for the series and meant to go with each machine. Each plate had a serial number to identify the unit. However, production problems meant that about 70% of the machines were shipped before the Plate was added, making Cactus Canyon pinball machines with attached serial number extremely rare and especially prized by collectors
Cactus Canyon was replaced early in its manufacturing run by new Pinball 2000 generation machines in early 1999. The rush to change systems is believed to have led to several unique features in Cactus Canyon. For example, it’s been reported that there is a test mode for the Saloon Doors feature that can be unlocked on some machines that was not available to the public.
Our machine is the absolute last of the WPC games and comes with the ultra-rare serial number, making it one of the most desirable collectors’ items of the genre. It’s pre-played but comes in tip-top condition. With games like this in high demand, it’s likely to be snapped up real quick. So if you want to be the next Marshal of Cactus Canyon, rescue Miss Polly and hit the Mother Lode, you’d better buy now. Prices on extremely rare collectors’ items like this can only go up!
• Dimensions: 29” W x 55” D x 52” H
• Weight: 300 lbs
• Ramp (s)
• Cellar Holes
• Drop Targets
• Playfield Mechanical Animation
• Significantly Collectible
• Moving train on track
• Bart head with popup hat
• Mine, with closeable mine door
• Two pistols attached to lower apron