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This topic recently came up again, and I will share some thoughts, and fundamentals.
There were a lot of intriguing questions, but I will make it simpler. If a person is already saying to themselves while looking at this article,TL;DR, I would recommend not attempting a playfield exchange.
As a collector, not "owner" that has replaced several dozen playfields, a person should ask themselves one question:
Does an individual want how to learn how to restore games and know how they actually work? Meaning "step up their game"?
If not, nearly every other possible question has already been answered such as "are you patient and willing to see a project through", or "evaluate the game quality as > Read the full story...
April 1st, 2017
I spent 30 years writing software for the nefarious likes of insurance companies until I retired. Now I do something that actually makes people happy: pinball. I've built preposterous things like a fusion reactor, a robotic fortune teller, and a robot that poops. I'm one shake > more...