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jimdigris on 2017-03-03
Table version : 1.0

I remember the first tme I played this in the ORBIT centre in Hunter Street and thought this is going to be simple to beat, it wasnt though. I still think it's greatest weakness was no drop targets and very week bumpers 


rebooter on 2012-10-26
Table version : 1.0

Downloaded, thanks. I'll play a bit and come back to vote.

Mick67 on 2012-09-19
Table version : 1.0

Awesome job!!  looks fantastic 5/5

SirQuestinghood on 2012-09-15
Table version : 1.0

Hi guys and thank you for your nice comments. Laughing

The DMD/hud can be cycled by using the hud key ' It will remember your preference by using nvR1. FJ includes a gas seg hud also. Laughing Thanks again... I'm glad you have like it.

eric1 on 2012-09-15
Table version : 1.0

good work, nice table and graphics, but why do you put a dot matrix scoring in the corner ???Undecided

not for the rigth old fliper like it is, thanx, see you soon

momoch on 2012-09-12
Table version : 1.0

Thank you for this nice table !

toyotaboy on 2012-09-11
Table version : 1.0

Not my cup of Tea (most EM's aren't), but always fun to play pins from other countries, thanks for making it.

police99 on 2012-09-10
Table version : 1.0


celenoide on 2012-09-10
Table version : 1.0


1970warlord on 2012-09-10
Table version : 1.0


BIL on 2012-09-10
Table version : 1.0

Excellent table Smile

darrin on 2012-09-10
Table version : 1.0

A fair dinkum bottler!

Fantastic table.


Table detail

FJ 1.0 stats

TypeRecreation (real pinball)
ManufacturerA. Hankin & Company (1978-1981), Australia
IPDB Number3627

Hankin’s FJ is here! This Newcastle classic commemorated an Australian motoring icon, the F.J. Holden. First produced in 1953, it is one of the true Aussie legends, the car that has become synonymous with everything that is “fair dinkum” and “true blue”. The playfield illustrates a stretch of road disappearing into the distance and the hint of the sport of illegal drag racing... Perhaps, the original artist frequented the local Saturday night drag races on Kooragang Island, underneath Stockton Bridge? Or perhaps the inspiration came from the film, named funnily enough, The F.J. Holden. Australian made and released in 1977, it featured a group of youths, a proud owner of a FJ, plenty of swearing, beer, sex, and the illegal sport of drag racing. :) 

Guys, I’m not going to be able to be around to support this release... so all mods are open and welcome on this table.

Credits (more detail in script):
* Team FP is awesome! 
* Game room is Slam’s... I have made small changes since he saw it for Buck Rogers (beta).
* Large sections of code copied/changed from Popotte and Mick67’s Sinbad table.
* Is that pin-cab model Highlnder00’s? I stole it off of one of his and GLXB’s most excellent pinball recreations... and then totally re-skinned it while adding custom FP speaker felt. :)

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