Ann Arbor Michigan Pinball Museum Game Pictures
1960 Gottlieb Flipper AAB pinball machine

The 1960 Gottlieb Flipper add-a-ball game was Gottlieb's first wedgehead. The game was actually made in both wedgehead and woodrails format (with woodrails being made in greater numbers.) But at 1100 total units produced (of both cabinet styles), it is by no means a common game. This was also Gottlieb's first add-a-ball game, where the player won additional balls instead of free games.

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