White plastic drop target, no printing/artwork. Later style wide-top design used on some electronic solid-state (SS) Bally and Bally/Midway games from approx. 1980 - 1987. Replaces Bally # A-3944, and Midway #s 0017-00042-0468 & AE47-00016-0000.
Drop Target - White w/ Wide Top (Bally):|
Price: $3.50 each
Status: In Stock
Part #: A-3944
FITMENT NOTE: This is a new aftermarket replacement part that is molded with the later-style vertical spacing nub at the bottom of the target. Target ships this way by default. You may also select Without Vertical Spacing Nub above, when ordering, and we will remove this nub for you on each target before shipping (no extra charge).
The vertical spacing nub must be cut off when using this target in earlier games that did not require it (see image below), otherwise target will sit too high when in the down position. Likewise, the nub must be left in place when using this target in later games that it was originally intended for, otherwise target will sit too low when in the down position. Click here for image and details. With nub removed, this target will replace the earlier narrow-top (tombstone) style Bally target, part # A-3773 (also available separately).
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Used In The Following Games:
BALLY: Atlantis, Baby Pac-Man, Beat the Clock, Black Pyramid, Blackwater 100, BMX, Centaur, Centaur II, Cybernaut, Dolly Parton, Eight Ball Deluxe, Embryon, Escape From the Lost World, Fathom, Fireball II, Flash Gordon, Frontier, Future Spa, Granny and the Gators, Hardbody, Harlem Globetrotters, Hotdoggin', KISS, Lady Luck, Medusa, Mr & Mrs Pac-Man, Mystic, Nitro Ground Shaker, Paragon, Rolling Stones, Skateball, Space Invaders, Special Force, Special Force Girls, Transporter the Rescue, Truck Stop, Vector, Viking, X's & O's, Xenon
WITH MODIFICATION, CAN BE USED IN: Air Aces, Capt. Fantastic, Evel Knievel, Freedom, Hang Glider, Kick Off, Mata Hari, Night Rider, Old Chicago, Playboy, Power Play, Quarterback, Six Million Dollar Man, Star Trek, Supersonic