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Postal Address:
PINBALL RESCUE
P.O. Box 3009 Helensvale Town Centre 4212,
Queensland, Australia

Orders, Requests, Information

sales@pinballrescue.net

Pinball Rescue is a hobby business and we both have a busy fulltime employment,
however we will endeavor to produce as many of our products as time allows
with the same attention to detail and quality that our reputation is built on.

We would like to thank you for visiting our website and we hope we can
help you in your pinball restoration projects.

This is a great hobby lets help each other.


The Pinball Rescue Story

Two long time pinball collectors who live within 30 minutes of each
other in Queensland, Australia, (Beautiful one day, Perfect the next!)
 wanted to have their pinball machines looking as good as possible.
 Realizing that most playfield plastics and back glasses were not
available they had to come up with a solution to the problem...
they did....... MAKE THEM!
Initially for themselves...... but other collectors wanted them too,
PINBALL RESCUE was born...


Lee Feldwick

I have been collecting amusement machines since 1988 with a main emphases on Pinballs and Jukeboxes, over the years I have been able to acquire Pinballs from the fifty's to the mid nineties with a special interest in woodrails and wedgeheads.

 
I am the first to admit that I am not a good player but the thrill of the chase of a certain machine along with the restoration process and reviving a machine back to
life is where the enjoyment is for me
.

Gordon Williams
A late starter my first pinball was Kings of Steel which I bought in 1993, when after adding some rooms and a garage to our home we had a space just the right size for a pinball machine. Well one thing led to another and we now have several pinballs, gun games driving machines, jukeboxes etc. - you get the picture.... 
 
Like Lee  I'm no Pinball Wizard, my interest lies in the artwork and the mechanical restoration of the earlier games.