This item can be restored. Please see Evel Knievel Pinball Machine/Restoration
Pinball is a dying game, and is mostly confined to collectors and specialty arcades these days. Their earning potential is simply too low. A fully restored machine is worth quite a bit!
- Fact 1: "Evel Knievel" was born Robert Craig Knievel in 1938.
- Fact 2: Over the course of his career, Evel Knievel suffered 433 broken bones, which is a World Record.
- Fact 3: After a failed attempt to jump the Caesar's Palace fountains in Las Vegas in 1967, Evel Knievel was in a coma for 29 days. He continued to perform jumps after he recovered.
- Fact 4: Evel Knievel had a son, Robby Knievel, who also performs as a daredevil and motorcycle jumper to this day.
- Fact 5: This pinball machine was manufactured by Bally, who also produced pinball legends like Monster Bash, Medieval Madness, and The Addams Family.