New CPR playfields up for preorder

Classic Playfield Reproductions have offered up five new playfields for preorder. They include Bally’s Mata Hari ($575), Strikes and Spares ($575), Williams’ Fire! ($675), Taxi ($649), and High Speed ($649). These playfields are screenprinted on mapletop gameboard stock and you can get the PETG, laser-cut plastic sets for them for $79 extra with the Bally titles and around $100 for the Williams. Again, this is preorder so don’t expect to see these in homes for many moons. In addition to these new repro playfields, CPR is also opening their Whirlwind preorder again. The cost for it is $675 and will come out this year. You...

Xenon pinball review by CGR Nov28

Xenon pinball review...

Classic Game Room has been saving a few pinball video gems from their last trip to PAPA. The latest release is of the Bally’s 1980 sci-fi pin Xenon. A pinball… with tubes! In addition to hitting on some of the gameplay elements, you can always leave it to CGR to focus on the less...

Cyclone repro playfi...

Classic Playfield Reproductions has released information on their next playfield and plastic set for Cyclone. If you love obscene clowns mixed with “Where’s Waldo”-style art, then you won’t be disappointed with what CPR is turning out. The plastic set’s artwork...

Space Shuttle reprod...

It’s hard to think of a classic Williams pinball that is in need of repro parts more than Space Shuttle. Rarely do you see a version with a playfield that’s not worn to the wood around the inserts or has a cracked ramp or needs a new shuttle plastic. Most often though, you’ll...

Centaur owners rejoi...

Centaur owners, your prayers, sacrifices, and lamentations have all been answered. Classic Playfield Reproductions have issued both the reproduction backglass and plastics set for sale. Even better, they come in both the standard version and a mirrored versions! Let’s start with the...

Fire! reproduction plastics set by Classic Playfie...

Fire! is probably the most art-rich pinball out of Williams System 11 lineup. It has a wonderful mix of warm colors balances with the cool blues of the water. There’s plenty of action and the leaf inlays instill a sense of class to the pin. Classic Playfield Reproductions has got the class part down. That’s why there was no one better to tackle this new reproduction plastics set run for Fire! The art, recreated by Stuart Wright and the CPR art team, looks fantastic and spot-on with the originals. To really appreciate the care to detail, check out the smoke plastics and how well each pixel fades into the clear plastic. Truly...

The Chronicles of Repro Jun19

The Chronicles of Repro

Classic Playfield Reproductions has put together a nice educational piece about reproducing parts. The article includes explanations for decision making, color choices, factory original differences, and a few actual case studies, and their answer to each study.

CPR churns out World...

Classic Playfield Reproductions continues to put out more of what the pinball heads need — reproduction playfield plastics. The latest set is for Bally’s World Cup Soccer ’94 which has been meticulously reproduced by Marti Sperling, silkscreened and laser cut. The full...