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Gusher (Williams, 1958) VP92

VP9 Williams EM Recreation Gusher (Williams, 1958) VP92 v1.0

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Gusher (Williams, 1958) VP9.2 v1.0
IPD No. 1101

New VP9.2 Build of 1958 Williams game Gusher with a focus on game play.
Date Of Manufacture:
September 11, 1958​
Affluence - Automobiles - Oil Wells​
Notable Features:
Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (3), Passive bumpers (4), Slingshots (2), Standup targets (8), Kick-out holes (3), Gobble hole (1). A disappearing jet bumper lowers into the playfield, its cap becomes part of the playfield surface.​
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'Gusher' was the first machine to have a disappearing jet bumper.

The manufacturer’s original playfield drawing (not shown here) is dated 9/11/57, revised 10/24/57, and has the signed initials HEW. The manufacturer’s Tool Room copy of this drawing (also not shown here) is dated 4/3/58.

Harry Williams is the designer of this game. In this listing we show a partial image of a blueprint copy of the original Tool Room copy of the manufacturer's original playfield drawing. This image shows that Harry Mabs had an engineering-manager role in this design, but that does not have to mean that he designed it.​
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