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Slick Chick de luxe (Gottlieb, 1963) VP921

VP9 Gottlieb EM Recreation Slick Chick de luxe (Gottlieb, 1963) VP921 2021-09-06

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Slick Chick deluxe by Gottlieb
IPDB No. 2208
IPDB HIGHLIGHTS:
Production:
4,550 units (confirmed)​
Notable Features:
Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (5), Passive bumpers (4), Slingshots (2), Rollover buttons (5), Standup targets (3), Gobble hole (1). No outlanes. Wedge head.

Maximum displayed point score is 1,999 points.

Replay wheel maximum: 26

Sound: 2 bells, knocker
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Notes:
Below each flipper are two posts with a rubber ring stretched between them. Often we see games with no plastic ball guides installed on these posts. Designer Wayne Neyens told us that the game was shipped from the factory with a "one-sided" plastic ball guide connecting each pair of posts to prevent a fast ball from somehow getting stuck inside the rings. The vertical portion of each guide would face the metal apron, allowing the rubber rings to bounce a ball back into play.

Sample cabinets had one red stripe and one brown stripe. This was changed during production to be one red stripe and one blue stripe.

Sample games of Slick Chick were the last Gottlieb games to use the "threaded bolt and wingnut method" of fastening the lockdown bar. Production games used the "latching method" which was the style used on subsequent games. Pictures of the underside of each style of lockdown bar are shown in this listing.​
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Author
Gottlieb
Downloads
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Rating
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