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As long as I can remember, I was always fascinated by pinball machines. I wanted to like them, so I'd drop a few quarters into a machine whenever I saw one, but it just never really clicked for me. I wasn't quite sure what I was doing, and never had anyone to show me the ropes, so I'd just flip the ball back up whenever it came down and hoped something interesting would happen... and then moved on to whatever video games caught my eye at the arcade.
Growing up, the only "pinball" experience that really kept my attention was the Sonic Spinball video game for the Sega Genesis. I remember having a > Read the full story...
My wife and I were arcade collectors about 15 years ago (still have a couple) and we loved buying and >
I currently one 2 vintage Bally pinball machines.... Kiss 1978 an Playboy from 1978
First off I want to thank all the workers out there supporting everyone needes. Ok so I have sold one of >
Hi all I'm from Australia and have a Tron legacy thank
Well Time is no more a problem as I am stuck at home working and find myself out working on >
My first foray into the world of pinball began during junior high school in the late 80's. I vividly remember >
I first played EBD and was hooked back in the day and have never lost the bug. I am back >
Hi collector of em arcade machines from Toledo Ohio always buying
My first memory of playing a pinball machine that I actually remember the name of is palying a Joker Poker >
I pretty much grew up in bowling alleys in the late 70's through the midd 80's. I was a competitive >
Due to recent Virus situation I've got time to refurbish two older machines that have been sitting in the back >
My first official repair!
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