Pinball wizard Tim Arnold shows off his Las Vegas museum

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LJ Rich meets Tim Arnold, who has refurbished more than 250 pinball machines at the Las Vegas Pinball Hall of Fame.

He opens up a few up of his favourite machines to show how he refurbishes them, and explains a bit about the history of one of the most iconic games of the last century.

His tour includes the world's only working model of a prototype game, and one of the earliest pinball machines, from 1933.

Mr Arnold runs the museum on a charity basis, and thousands visit every year to play the games he has personally restored.

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