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Year: 1965


The name of INDER is an acronym for Industria Electromecánica de Recreativos S.A.
This Madrid manufacturer of amusement machines is considered one of the greats of the Spanish pinball, showing itself active from its beginnings in 1965 creating "the first pinball totally Spanish, although now they do not remember as it was called, only that the silkscreen was a swimmer and some boats ".
Unfortunately no other reference to that first Inder pinball has yet been found. According to the official database Inder produced 37 pinball models, the first Miss Universe of 1970 (although several versions of this model were made and it is possible that one before 1970) and the last Bushido of 1993.
Possibly it was with this last pinball that the company was closed.

Manufacturer's Models

250 C.C.
250 C.C.

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