A guy and his pins

By PB-Guy

May 16, 2013


10 years ago

Just a dude who loves pinball and keeps trying to make his collection more happy and meet more nice pinball people

I have bought and sold so many games I can't even remember. I am not a flipper though...I think the definition of a flipper is someone who buys games and resells them at a profit. I wish, I am at a $$ loss over time for sure, but that's ok, I have had a great time and continue to. I just am always on the hunt for something new, and when something new comes then something current has to go. I AM calming down finally, because I now have so many nice games I am not so interested in letting any of them go. Now it is more like I am looking for another corner to hold "just one more game"

Monster Bash (complete restore thanks Gary!)

Twilight Zone (one of the nicest original condition ones I have seen, I think!)

Indiana Jones (lucky acquisition, complete restore all brassed out. Thanks Kent!)

Black Spiderman (lucky find!)

B.S. Dracula

Addams Family (complete restore, another lucky find!)

Attack From Mars (complete restore thanks Gary!)

Grand Slam 1964 Baseball pitch and bat game

Medieval Madness repro (paid for, waiting!)

Hobbit (paid for, waiting!)

Sopranos (HUO with extras, thanks Kent!)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments

10 years ago

Welcome to pinside.

10 years ago

Damn that's a lot of pins! Where do you put them? Do you have a favorite, one you go back to over and over?

10 years ago

My wife loves Monster Bash more than anything, and Creature 2nd, so they need to stay in the collection, ha! I tend to wander a bit more, and the newest thing I have is usually my favorite of the day!

10 years ago

Welcome to Pinside PB-Guy. You seem to be missing LOTR in that sweet collection!

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