quiotu: It's... ShowTime!!!
zerkalo: When in Seattle, visit the Pinball MuseumA small entrance fee gets you free play on dozens of classic machines!
fat boy: zerkalo: When in Seattle, visit the Pinball MuseumA small entrance fee gets you free play on dozens of classic machines!Charlie and Cindy are great, I have donated several games to the museum, including a Kiss that had been thru 2 fires, he has it up and running and is ready to put a NOS playfield on it.
wookiemonster: He's smartly realized that there is a market for new collectible pins, despite the high price. I paid about $2,000 for a Twilight Zone pinball about ten years ago. Now they're selling for $8,000. And it's not just because they're now collectibles, it's because they don't make good pinball games anymore. Stern has made some good games in the past ten years, but most of the games are commercial tie in crap..
oh_please: It was way cool to play the old games I remember from former years...just don't expect them to be effectively playable.The Taxi has only one problem, the jackpot display is out. All ramps and the spinout are original and in excellent shape. Am still thinking about a new playfield. Flash has all new Rottondog boards and displays. Flippers need rebuilding as most system 6 machines do. Wizard and C.F. I bought in 1980. Twin Win was given to me, and I just picked up Klondike last month.If you haven't already, check out r/pinball on Reddit. There are some people there that may be able to help you with those, or at least point you in the right direction.
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