Williams - No Fear

       

From an optical point of view, this is one of the nicest restoration jobs we have done thus far. A NOS playfield, some NOS plastics, a new clear jump and catch reproduction ramp and a very nice cabinet with strong original colours. Check out the pictures and see the improvement!  
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Steve Ritchie did his magic again on this fast pinball machine.  He designed it for Williams in 1995. It was released in May and sold over 4500 units.  
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It's a typical Ritchie design. Kickback on the left, third flipper on the right and fast ball returns. And No Fear featured a magnetic ball accelerator that was used on The Getaway. No pop bumpers on this machine however and it had an automatic plunger.  
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Greg Freres and Pat MacMahon did the artwork on this machine. Steve Ritchie wrote the speech script together with Freres. Their voices are "Wiseguy" and "Skull".  
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It was the last machine Ritchie designed for Williams. In 1995 he saw pinball declining and decided to move back to California where he was hired by Atari.  
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This NOS playfield was clearcoated by PFR

Project pictures here