Profile Story, the first of a few...maybe..if you're lucky.

By Pinballer27

September 24, 2023

69 days ago

So there I was, looking at my The Who's Tommy pinball machine. I noticed the airplane had only one propeller working and the fuslage was starting to look like a pickle with delapidated wings, if you could call them that. I didn't know what to do, so i decided to turn to the pinball hive mind for help. In the help forum i wrote most of my bio before i realised that was not what the forum was for. I was almost done when i looked up and realised what i had written. That being said, here it is, my bio i mean.  

i own three pinball machines. In order of purchase: 1. Ballys, Bobby Orr's "Power Play!" 2. Ballys, "The Wizard" based off of Roger Daultrys image and the orignal Who band member and likeness. 3. My electronic pride and joy, Data Easts The Whos, Tommy! based off of my favorite musical rock opera of all time. This info should be and will now be in my bio but i felt the intro was needed. Anyway...

Hello all, I am brand new to this pinside forum and most things online when it comes to pinball. The airplane in my Tommy is...getting older and because of its frequent use it has become warped over time. Its edges are curled all around and the points nearer to the light where its been heated over and over have come out of its original shape and color. So, my question is: Is there any way i can get a mold of anyones Captain walker plane out there? They make mold kits at your local hobby store. I'd be more than happy to pay for your time and supplies. Or, if anyone has an extra one to sell? I know its a long shot but my plane is slowly not looking  like a plane anymore. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! 

Thats my bio, kindof, i guess. It is what it is. Its not like anyone reads these anyway. Regardless, I hope you enjoyed my masterpiece bio. I look forward to hearing from you. Enjoy your pins, I know i do. Cheers!

PS: why do the want pics with everything anyway? discuss, discuss

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