Posted by Kristian Hatton
20. Oct, 2012
|October 26, 2012|
Have you ever wanted to own any vintage entertainment, like jukeboxes or pinball games? Head on down to the Bumper Auction Festival this weekend.
There’ll be Pinball machines, video arcade games, sports tables, jukeboxes, vintage signage and collectibles. Grab a piece of nostalgia for your home, office, man-cave or bar!
One of kind pieces are on offer including vintage pinballs such as The Adams Family, Simpsons, Tales From the Crypt, Sopranos, and Fishtails. Plus classics 70’s games like The Rolling Stones and a one of a kind 1978 “Pimped” version of the iconic Playboy pinball featuring a bar, poker table, cigar dispenser and LCD screen of classic Playboy covers.
Also up for bids is a Van Halen Autographed Kramer Guitar, Patrick Stewart Autographed “Star Trek” Pinball, Petrol Bowsers, Pool Tables, a variety of Wurlitzer Jukeboxes, Driving and Shooting Video Games and much more!
In the way of eats, there’ll be a Sausage Sizzle, Popcorn and Cotton Candy.
WHEN: Friday/Sunday, 26/28 October, F- 9:30am-6pm, Sat- 10am-3pm, Sun- 10am-12pm
WHERE: Bumper Action Amusements, 562 City Rd, South Melbourne
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