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Cactus Canyon: Collector's Edition Plaques


By NoMonkey

3 years ago



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#1 3 years ago

The purpose of this thread is to list unclaimed Cactus Canyon Collector's Edition Plaques that others may have available for sale (or not!). It's a fair assumption that many of these plaques were lost, thrown away, etc. however for the ones that weren't, it would be great to list them here so they may find their respective machines.

If you have any plaques and would like to help them find their home, please post or pm me their numbers and I'll add them to the list below.

Please register your Cactus Canyon on the Internet Pinball Serial Number Database!

  • Main
  • Registration
  • Once registered, please add your plaque number(s) under the 'Game Traits' tab

General Information:

  • History
  • Planetary Pinball Supply, Inc. owns the rights to these plaques and they should not be reproduced without their approval.
  • The last 3 digits of the game's serial number represents it's plaque number.
  • If you sell or buy a plaque, please let me know so I can update this list.
  • If you find your matching plaque, post a victory message!

People that have plaques available:
#225 : thepinballworks
#305 : thepinballworks
#405 : waltrr
#519 : blubboman
#522 : sbmania
#718 : drjbeyer . ebay.com link
.
#719 : SCOTTinHUBERTUS
#774 : Pbpins
#787 : thepinballworks
#790 : lllvjr
#793 : thepinballworks
#797 : lllvjr
#826 : BillR

www.SuperFluxShop.de (last updated 07/01/2012)
031-035, 038, 039
042-044, 046, 047, 049
051-059
060, 062-066
081-087
090-092, 094, 096-099
100-104, 106-109
110-114, 117-119
120-122, 125-127, 129
130-133, 135-139
140-149
151-159
160-168
190-199
203-205
211-216, 219
220, 221, 223, 226
230-233, 235-236, 238-239
242, 244, 245, 247-249
250-253, 257, 259
260-263, 265, 267-269
271-272, 274, 276, 277
280, 282-286
290-296, 298
300-304, 306, 307, 309
311-316
890-894, 896-899
900, 904-906, 908, 909
910-915, 917

Mirco (www.HighClassPinball.com) (working on getting a more exact list from him)
31-316
890-920

People seeking specific plaques:
#059 : Cursed
#077 : kismetnumber1
#172 : redmamanora
#344 : xfassa
#347 : whitey
#394 : Dayhuff
#402 : PiperPinball
#420 : BillR
#449 : blubboman
#467 : ltcmdrobvious
#494 : mbarreira
#512 : pindoc1
#529 : Cruster
#562 : twinmice
#574 : waltrr
#658 : CCary
#749 : roc-noc
#759 : NoMonkey
#806 : mrbillishere
#812 : schlockdoc
#829 : SCOTTinHUBERTUS
#851 : Cheese_WizardPQ
#922 : volkdrive
#931 : sbmania
#945 : inhomearcades

Last known locations:
#002 : link (author claims to own)
#003 : link (author claims to own)
#077 : link
#255 : link
#305 : link
#320 : link
#396 : link
#400 : link
#407 : link
#495 : link
#496 : link
#512 : link
#515 : link
#541 : link
#701 : link
#712 : link
#721 : link
#739 : link
#762 : link
#765 : link
#775 : Pinside Ad
#784 : link
#800 : link
#833 : link
#873 : link
#877 : link
#883 : link

Hopefully this helps others searching for their respective plates!

#2 3 years ago

Wow all those plates and mine is still AWOL. #394

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, MI.
269-979-3836

#3 3 years ago

Looking for 812

#4 3 years ago

Looking for 529 here

#5 3 years ago

I'm now listing those seeking plaques as well; I might as well do this right!

#6 3 years ago

945 needed, based on memory, I'll double check it though

#7 3 years ago

Still looking for 658...

#8 3 years ago

I have 719. Need 829.

#9 3 years ago

Looking for 344.

#10 3 years ago

I had a third one I sold on eBay last year. I don't remember the number

#11 3 years ago

I've updated the names listed to be hyperlinks to message the owner/seeker and changed the title to something less specific to only owners of plaques.

#13 3 years ago

Hi,

I do have many between 31 and 316 and 890 and 920...

Regards,
Mirco

#14 3 years ago
Quoted from Highclasspinball:

Hi,
I do have many between 31 and 316 and 890 and 920...
Regards,
Mirco

Do you have 59?

#15 3 years ago

How do you figure out which machine you have? Assuming it's tied to the serial # of course...

#16 3 years ago
Quoted from volkdrive:

How do you figure out which machine you have? Assuming it's tied to the serial # of course...

It is the last 3 digits of the serial number.

#17 3 years ago

I'm looking for #467

#18 3 years ago
Quoted from Cursed:

Do you have 59?

According to superfluxshop.de (link in first post), they have this plaque.

#19 3 years ago

Im looking for #562

#20 3 years ago

Looking for #172.

#21 3 years ago

I've scoured the interwebs and, under the new 'last known locations' section, have listed all plaques I could find that were attached to the wrong game at some point.

I've also listed all numbers Superfluxshop.de claims to have so the searching folk may find this thread a little easier.

#22 3 years ago

I have 405 looking for 574.

#23 3 years ago

I'm looking for plaque number 806.

#24 3 years ago

I have #519 (take it off the other list!) and looking for #449.

#25 3 years ago

To bad that CC owner list was last updated 10/3/04.

#26 3 years ago
Quoted from blubboman:

I have #519 (take it off the other list!) and looking for #449.

Awesome! Done and done.

Quoted from thepinballworks:

To bad that CC owner list was last updated 10/3/04.

Agreed, but we've got to start somewhere I suppose. At the very least, it's helped track down plaque 519!

#27 3 years ago

What are people willing to pay for the plaque that goes with there game, if it should pop up on this list someday ?

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

#28 3 years ago

Added a few more stragglers.

#29 3 years ago
Quoted from Dayhuff:

What are people willing to pay for the plaque that goes with there game, if it should pop up on this list someday ?
John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

No offence intended John. Everything is worth something to someone, no doubt. It really irks me that people try to gouge the owners of these games for hundreds of dollars for these plaques. It is very unfortunate that WMS dismissed the orignal distributors/owners and threw them randomly.

#30 3 years ago
Quoted from Pinballer73:

No offence intended John. Everything is worth something to someone, no doubt. It really irks me that people try to gouge the owners of these games for hundreds of dollars for these plaques. It is very unfortunate that WMS dismissed the orignal distributors/owners and threw them randomly.

Yeah Believe me I fully understand that and I deal with it everyday. I was more or less just curious what the going rate was these days for that little piece of metal and that would help me decide weather or not I want to pursue the one for my game. No offence taken.

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, MI.
269-979-3836

#31 3 years ago

Does anyone know where the gap in serial numbers was? If they only made 925 games and I have 945, they must have skipped some numbers right?

#32 3 years ago

looking for 851
thanks

#33 3 years ago
Quoted from inhomearcades:

Does anyone know where the gap in serial numbers was? If they only made 925 games and I have 945, they must have skipped some numbers right?

Ah, right, that didn't even register when I added you to the list. I don't believe any plaques were made past 925.

To support that, here is an excerpt from the 'History' link in the first post:

Each plaque was individually numbered from 1 through to 925 as that was the planned production run.

#34 3 years ago
Quoted from Dayhuff:

What are people willing to pay for the plaque that goes with there game, if it should pop up on this list someday ?
John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

Excellent question!

I might be willing to pay $100. Unfortunately, that is far below the going rate.

#35 3 years ago

Call me insensitive, but why is it so important to have the exact matching plaque? None of your friends are going to look at the serial# stickers and say, "eeewww, this game sucks. It has the wrong plaque on it". Sure, down the road, if you sell it, some low baller is going to bitch about the mismatch. Tell him to get the F*** out of your house.

This isn't like a car registered with DMV. If it's that important, why not just reprint the serial# stickers and stop worrying about it.

#36 3 years ago
Quoted from Starwriter:

Call me insensitive, but why is it so important to have the exact matching plaque? None of your friends are going to look at the serial# stickers and say, "eeewww, this game sucks. It has the wrong plaque on it". Sure, down the road, if you sell it, some low baller is going to bitch about the mismatch. Tell him to get the F*** out of your house.
This isn't like a car registered with DMV. If it's that important, why not just reprint the serial# stickers and stop worrying about it.

I can't speak for others, but for me it's just a completionist thing. I truly enjoy this game, have many hours spent playing/working on it, and I don't have any intentions of selling it.

I honestly never consider what others will think regarding my machines. I just enjoy the hobby. To me it's important for them to be as complete as possible and if there is a one-of-kind plaque floating around out there that matches literally only my machine, I'd like to have it.

I'm also not in this hobby for resale. I don't make it a rule to over pay for games, but I also realize that the time and money I put in is likely never to be returned.

Regarding reproduction: I'm not against this and, in fact, am in the process of having one reproduced as well as reproducing one myself from an existing plaque (for funsies). That being said, if the original were to show up, I would most definitely want to purchase it, regardless of already having a reproduction.

#37 3 years ago
Quoted from NoMonkey:

Ah, right, that didn't even register when I added you to the list. I don't believe any plaques were made past 925.
To support that, here is an excerpt from the 'History' link in the first post:

Damn it, I have a red headed step child CC. I will likely just have one 3d printed. Seems easiest to me. As for the search for an original, I will keep my eyes open but if it doesn't happen it doesn't happen. The weird thing about my game is that it had a plaque on it at one point because there are four screw holes where it should have been located. Likely some idiot on the street stole it.

#38 3 years ago
Quoted from NoMonkey:

The purpose of this thread is to list unclaimed Cactus Canyon Collector's Edition Plaques that others may have available for sale (or not!). It's a fair assumption that many of these plaques were lost, thrown away, etc. however for the ones that weren't, it would be great to list them here so they may find their respective machines.
If you have any plaques and would like to help them find their home, please post or pm me their numbers and I'll add them to the list below.
General Information:

History
The last 3 digits of the game's serial number represents it's plaque number.
If you sell or buy a plaque, please let me know so I can update this list.
If you find your matching plaque, post a victory message!

People that have plaques available:
#225 : thepinballworks
#305 : thepinballworks
#405 : waltrr
#519 : blubboman
#718 : drjbeyer . ebay.com link
.
#719 : SCOTTinHUBERTUS
#774 : Pbpins
#787 : thepinballworks
#790 : lllvjr
#793 : thepinballworks
#797 : lllvjr
http://www.SuperFluxShop.de
031-035, 038, 039
042-044, 046, 047, 049
051-059
060, 062-066
081-087
090-092, 094, 096-099
100-104, 106-109
110-114, 117-119
120-122, 125-127, 129
130-133, 135-139
140-149
151-159
160-168
190-199
203-205
211-216, 219
220, 221, 223, 226
230-233, 235-236, 238-239
242, 244, 245, 247-249
250-253, 257, 259
260-263, 265, 267-269
271-272, 274, 276, 277
280, 282-286
290-296, 298
300-304, 306, 307, 309
311-316
890-894, 896-899
900, 904-906, 908, 909
910-915, 917
People seeking specific plaques:
#059 : Cursed
#172 : redmamanora
#344 : xfassa
#347 : whitey
#394 : Dayhuff
#449 : blubboman
#467 : ltcmdrobvious
#529 : Cruster
#562 : twinmice
#574 : waltrr
#658 : CCary
#759 : NoMonkey
#806 : mrbillishere
#812 : schlockdoc
#829 : SCOTTinHUBERTUS
#851 : Cheese_WizardPQ
#945 : inhomearcades
Last known locations:
#002 : link (author claims to own)
#003 : link (author claims to own)
#077 : link
#255 : link
#305 : link
#320 : link
#396 : link
#400 : link
#407 : link
#495 : link
#496 : link
#512 : link
#515 : link
#541 : link
#701 : link
#712 : link
#721 : link
#739 : link
#762 : link
#765 : link
#775 : Pinside Ad
#784 : link
#800 : link
#833 : link
#873 : link
#877 : link
#883 : link
Hopefully this helps others searching for their respective plates!

I have #109, so if SuperFluxShop has it, one of us has a doppelgänger.

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#39 3 years ago

Looking for 512

#40 3 years ago
Quoted from Ed_in_Texas:

I have #109, so if SuperFluxShop has it, one of us has a doppelgänger.
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Interesting! It's worth noting that SuperFluxShop's list hasn't been updated in years (I've added the date to the original post). I have also heard that some reproductions were made at some point.

It might be worth contacting SuperFluxShop to see if they also claim to have your plaque. From what I understand, they have the plaques mentioned in the 'History' link above where 300 of them were recovered from the trash. So I would assume if they have your plaque, that would be the authentic one.

Also, as a side note, the plaques did come with gold screws and were meant to be mounted on the front by the lower right leg (as seen below). I'm sure whoever mounted yours simply didn't want it to be stolen and didn't necessarily care and/or know where it was 'supposed' to be mounted; hence the screws and location. That being said, I actually prefer where yours is mounted as it doesn't obstruct the artwork.

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#41 3 years ago
Quoted from inhomearcades:

Damn it, I have a red headed step child CC. I will likely just have one 3d printed. Seems easiest to me. As for the search for an original, I will keep my eyes open but if it doesn't happen it doesn't happen. The weird thing about my game is that it had a plaque on it at one point because there are four screw holes where it should have been located. Likely some idiot on the street stole it.

Actually this sort of makes your game the rarest of them all. Of all the machines made, most had a plaque made for them, few have their matching plaque, and even fewer never had a plaque made for them at all!

What's interesting is that, according to the IPDB here, there are a confirmed 903 units ever produced. I'm curious which serial numbers never saw the light of day and for what reason.

#42 3 years ago
Quoted from pindoc1:

Looking for 512

Your plaque number is listed in the 'Last known locations' section. It appears it was last recorded as being attached to game #868. Granted, the last time the site owner updated the list was 10/3/04!

I've pm'd you the contact information of the last known owner; good luck!

#43 3 years ago

someone needs to just start 3D printing these.

#44 3 years ago

I was going to do a file and make it available on shapeways in a gold plated metal and would be a much cheaper option, already started but never got feedback on another thread so stopped. Shapeways has the ability where each customer can custom add their own serial number.

#45 3 years ago
Quoted from swinks:

I was going to do a file and make it available on shapeways in a gold plated metal and would be a much cheaper option, already started but never got feedback on another thread so stopped. Shapeways has the ability where each customer can custom add their own serial number.

I've began working with toyotaboy to do exactly this. I didn't realized you had been working on making one as well. I'll shoot you a pm.

#46 3 years ago

I have #522, but need #931.

#47 3 years ago

I can easily recast these off an original and fill in the number, from there people would just need to stamp in there number on the plate. I can make the mold in a day and have plates the next day. Only concern, copyright issues. Anyone know the details on who has the rights on the plates....Rick?

So if I can help save everyone time and "Help" not steal this away from you guys, lmk

Quoted from NoMonkey:

I've began working with toyotaboy to do exactly this. I didn't realized you had been working on making one as well. I'll shoot you a pm.

#48 3 years ago
Quoted from BackAlleyMatt:

I can easily recast these off an original and fill in the number, from there people would just need to stamp in there number on the plate. I can make the mold in a day and have plates the next day.
So if I can help save everyone time and "Help" not steal this away from you guys, lmk

Thanks, Matt! I'll shoot you a message as well to loop you in on things.

Quoted from BackAlleyMatt:

Only concern, copyright issues. Anyone know the details on who has the rights on the plates....Rick?

Thank you for bringing this up. I've sent Rick an e-mail as a starting point to look into this.

#49 3 years ago

Years ago, I took an image off eBay, added my number and made apron cards for my game.
I have to reprint the one. I spilled a drop of Novus1 on it.

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#50 3 years ago
Quoted from pindoc1:

Years ago, I took an image off eBay, added my number and made apron cards for my game.
I have to reprint the one. I spilled a drop of Novus1 on it.

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That looks great! I like your apron cards in general; nice work!

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