Many people collect the sales flyers for their pinball machines. These colorful flyers were originally mailed and passed out by pinball distributors to try and sell the game to their customers.
One neat aspect of game flyers is the fact that the photos are from the earliest samples of the games. If your machine matches a flyer exactly, chances are, you own a early production or prototype machine. In the case of High Speed, the flyer does not show a prototype playfield (which would have red flashers in the playfield in the place of the blue flashers), but it does feature the somewhat rare Helicopter plastic in the shooter lane (although many will argue where it should be placed - I think the game looks best with more than 1 - I have 4, and will install at least 2)
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