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1986 Williams High Speed pinball machine

The 1986 Williams High Speed pinball was the first Williams system11 game. This machine was insanely popular, and they made a lot of them at 17,080 units. So it's not exactly rare, but it is rare to find one in decent condition. A lot of people consider it to be the first game to "tell a story". It was also the first game to have automatic replay percentaging (the bane of any arcade rat.) Steve Ritchie was the designer.

This is the actual game at the Ann Arbor Michigan pinball museum. Any questions regardling this game, or any games for sale, please email the Ann Arbor Pinball Museum at
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