Description: World Series 1962*, Williams #275, 1/62, one player, woodrail head and metalrail cabinet, replay version of Extra Inning* (6/62). 1962 World Series and Extra Inning were the first games by Williams that gave the player up to 3 extra innings (extra play time) if a "super home run" was achieved. 1962 World Series went a step further and also gave replays (carry-over name spelling feature, and by beating the previous high score). These two games were also Williams' last "score hole" games (all baseballs after this scored with targets instead of holes in the playfield).
The area around the two light bulbs has been repainted:
The front of this cabinet and lockdown bar have been repainted:
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