The New Pinball Store - Pinbits - upgrades, parts, odds and ends
The old Pinball Store (now closed) - upgrades, parts, odds and ends
Cirqus Voltaire (and fixing the sound levels)
|The Pizza Depot Funhouse|
Finding Pinball Machines
This is where I got my TZ. Drove over, paid cash and picked it up. Great machine - but I still put about $400 into it, replacing the balls, fixing the clock and tuning it up.
Other Twilight Zone Pinball Pages
Will Irace has a ton of detailed pictures of his machine as he rebuilt it.
A detailed and useful how to.
Other Interesting Pages
Projects and Stuff
Creature Shroud Kit
New Nylon Posts
This page lists a bunch of pinball sites. Kevin says that some are useful, some not - and proceed at your own risk.
These are suppliers that I have used. Generic pinball stuff is cheap, but it sure adds up. Machine-specific stuff is expensive.
Best overall, good prices and local to me. Quick to ship so the stuff gets to me within about two days of the order. Also, open for pickup which is handy on glass.
Has some odds and ends that Bay Area Amusement doesn't have. Usually a little more expensive.
Way more parts from pinball machines, and unbeatable prices. But not so easy to find stuff because the web site is pretty basic. Easy to deal with via email, especially if you have a part number.
I bought their speaker set. The sound is great, but I have rattle work to do, around the DMD. The glass seems OK so far. Looking for materials. They also have a bunch of mods for the TZ. Not so sure about these yet.
Inexpensive and friendly source for bulbs and other assorted parts. They even had the oddball red post for my Wizard, which I have been looking for for months.,
Has the Twilight Zone sensitive optos QVE11233.0086 for $2 each. Best price I have found.
The Pinball Lizard clock page - they have redesigned the TZ clock board; they also have new proximity switches, and flipper opto boards (which are inexpensive). My rebuilt clock seems fine right now, so I am going to pass on this one. Things may change...