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Banning Pinball Museum to auction their collection

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#4301 2 years ago

Munsters $13500! Wow!

#4302 2 years ago
Quoted from gonzo73:

Just about... The Mall was doomed from the beginning, after the Woolworths closed in 1980 they had no anchor stores. Noah's, the Theatres, the food court and the Mexican restaurant were the only open businesses by 1989. Then bulldozed in 1991.
Crappers.
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I think not being near any major road or freeway didn't help either (I don't really consider either La Mirada Blvd. or Rosecrans in that area major in that are).
And that disastrous K-Mart (which later became a toys R Us) that was there for a short while that decided to move down the road to Beach Blvd. didn't help.

#4303 2 years ago
Quoted from Quartermaster:

Just a little lighthearted story for anyone who's not totally exhausted.
In 1975 my partners and I built and opened Noah's Arkade in the La Mirada Mall, in La Mirada California.
During our 14 year run some of our patrons included many of today's collectors and aficionados, among them were the honorable Mr. John Weeks himself, also a young Chuck Casey, and Kevin Glass, to mention just a few. If you were there also you'll have to shout out.
Anyway I was inspired by EricPinballFan's purchase of the Allied Leisure "Monte Carlo" (congrats Eric) The arcade was 3650 sq ft with roughly 90 to 100 games and Monte Carlo was one. Billed as a (cheap) affordable game, (maybe $695.00 I'll look through old invoices later) it was a great purchase. It consistently outearned many of it's more expensive counterparts. It's biggest competitor for cheap but productive game was Atari's "Touch Me" (think coin operated cabinet style version of Simon) If I remember correctly, price tag was $350.00 But it made A LOT of money and drove workers batty.
Beepbeep, boop boop boop beep boop beep, all day long.
Opening day was a bit harrowing as the frontage of the arcade was 60ft across with accordian security gates which were at least 20 deep with anxious kids all the way across, literally counting down the seconds, 5,4,3,2,1 they poured in like a deluge and then the strangest thing happened. For a few minutes it was eerily quiet as they were all just taking it in, unsure what to play first. Then all of a sudden, chaos as the sound of Road Runner, Panzer Attack, Flying Tigers, Midway Gangbusters, Twin Rifle, Dune Buggy, Atari Jaws, Space Race (green fiberglass cabinet), Pong, and a color pong called Wimbledon, Fire Truck, Air Hockey, and numerous pinballs sprang to life. Most of all was full attendance on Atari's Indy 800 Purchased at the astonishing 1975 price of $10,000.00 It made it's money back over time.
So when I saw that Eric had scored the Monte Carlo it took me back to an incredible time that I was very fortunate to be part of. It also reminded me of another incredible time that I was fortunate to be part of. The Museum of Pinball was for me a walk down memory lane, and also a chance for me to meet and work with a most incredible bunch of dedicated lovers of the MAGIC of Pinball and Video, and Mechanical Arcade games. We are a lucky lot and many people will never know that "MAGIC" I enjoyed all of my time working with the volunteer techs and the Weeks family, collaborating with the crew on everything from EM and solid state pins to video games dance machines and even the aforementioned Monte Carlo.
Yes I would drive the 109 miles from my home and volunteer my time again in a heartbeat just for the satisfaction of bringing "that game" any game back to life so that someone could experience the things I had.
So, from me I give a huge THANK YOU! Mr. John Weeks for gathering all these machines and helping to keep this amazing invention alive for those who didn't get to enjoy it in it's heyday.
I'd just like to say that 10 or 15 years ago, Pinball was a fading force, video games were losing out to Xbox, Playstation, CounterStrike, and many other PC Games and diversions. My original arcade, Family Fun Arcade in Granada Hills Ca, was nearing the end of it's almost 40 year run, being held together on the strength of Street Fighter competition and Dance and music games. Arcade games in general had fallen flat and there was barely a beginning of a nostalgia driven collector community or movement. Fast forward to today and it's now a bona fide force to be reckoned with.
I credit John Weeks and ALL those who contributed to the Museum of Pinball with filling that gap between the last gasp of arcades and the new emergence of this community. Many of the games sold here would have been lost forever years ago had they not been at the Museum during that period of lack of interest. John, you made that happen. Thank You for letting me play at your house. I will be eternally grateful.
So go out and support those people who are doing this in other places Tim Arnold PHOF, Steve Young Pinball Resource, Michael Schiess Pacific Pinball Museum, Nico Volta Roanoke Pinball Museum, Calif Extreme, Golden State Pinball Fest, TPF, etc. etc. you know, you fill in the blanks, or maybe, HEY WHAT THE HELL, GET BUSY, GO OUT AND BUILD YOUR OWN DAMN MUSEUM. I'll even volunteer to help.

Thanks for sharing! While I was doing the gaming on the East Coast, I was one of those crazy teens in 75, that lined up at the gates to play Atari's Indy 800 for hours.
So I looked up to the owners and techs, and mustered my first job in Tech at Pachinko Palace.
Where did the time go?

I watched the auction remembering how many of these I played new.

#4304 2 years ago

girloveswaffles #4297

Noah's was closer to the post office and would be around where Riviera Lane is. probably in somebody's bedroom now.

Jaws was by the entrance and you could hear the BWOING!!!! All through the mall. Touch Me got moved to the upper deck to preserve our sanity.

#4305 2 years ago
Quoted from girloveswaffles:

I think not being near any major road or freeway didn't help either (I don't really consider either La Mirada Blvd. or Rosecrans in that area major in that are).
And that disastrous K-Mart (which later became a toys R Us) that was there for a short while that decided to move down the road to Beach Blvd. didn't help.

BTW, remember La Mirada Bowl that was in the same are on Adelfa? They used to get a lot of new games there. It was the only place I saw a Varkon on location at.

#4306 2 years ago
Quoted from Quartermaster:

girloveswaffles #4297
Noah's was closer to the post office and would be around where Riviera Lane is. probably in somebody's bedroom now.
Jaws was by the entrance and you could hear the BWOING!!!! All through the mall. Touch Me got moved to the upper deck to preserve our sanity.

The upper deck! I was the fool putting quarters in Omega Race and Armour Attack in 1988.

#4307 2 years ago

For all the volunteers and people who donated parts and games and your time to a good cause, I keep hearing you sing the praises of Mr. Weeks and the museum. But I haven’t heard from any of you if he has shown his gratitude for your sacrifices.. When you were all fixing his games for free, did he at least buy you pizza and beer? After he gave up on the museum, did he at the minimum thank you guys or hold a party? I hope so.

I just know that if I were in his shoes, after this incredible windfall, I would at least make a donation to the Human Fund in your name.

#4308 2 years ago
Quoted from OLDPINGUY:

...So I looked up to the owners and techs, and mustered my first job in Tech at Pachinko Palace.

Holy cow ... my first game came from Pachinko Palace. I don't even know how my parents learned about the place, but it was a brilliant choice of Christmas present. Ended up doing the electrical power mod myself.

#4309 2 years ago
Quoted from OLDPINGUY:

Thanks for sharing! While I was doing the gaming on the East Coast, I was one of those crazy teens in 75, that lined up at the gates to play Atari's Indy 800 for hours.
So I looked up to the owners and techs, and mustered my first job in Tech at Pachinko Palace.
Where did the time go?
I watched the auction remembering how many of these I played new.

That's how I felt at Banning, I once walked through and counted anytime I passed a title that I had owned before. I was astounded at the number of EM's and separately SS machines I didn't count videos it was just eye opening. Again we are among a lucky lot.

#4310 2 years ago
Quoted from Quartermaster:

That's how I felt at Banning, I once walked through and counted anytime I passed a title that I had owned before. I was astounded at the number of EM's and separately SS machines I didn't count videos it was just eye opening. Again we are among a lucky lot.

Poor, poor Firetruck.

#4311 2 years ago
Quoted from OLDPINGUY:

Thanks for sharing! While I was doing the gaming on the East Coast, I was one of those crazy teens in 75, that lined up at the gates to play Atari's Indy 800 for hours.
So I looked up to the owners and techs, and mustered my first job in Tech at Pachinko Palace.
Where did the time go?
I watched the auction remembering how many of these I played new.

I said Warlords cocktail was the most fun 4 people could have playing an arcade game. Indy 800 is double the fun. I loved playing that game at CAX. I wonder how much that game would command at auction.

#4312 2 years ago
Quoted from gonzo73:

Poor, poor Firetruck.

SHHHH

#4313 2 years ago

How much did Big Bang bar and Pirates CE sell for?

#4314 2 years ago
Quoted from Kungen:

How much did Big Bang bar and Pirates CE sell for?

There is a list a page or two back. I wanna say $25K and $32K, respectively, plus taxes and fees.

#4315 2 years ago

here's all of the prices that I captured. I stepped away for the last 40+ items and when I came back the auction was over so I wasn't able to capture the prices that the last items went for. does anyone have the numbers for those?

1 The Amazing Spiderman Pinball Machine Gottlieb $3,500
2 Superman Pinball Machine Atari SS $3,700
3 Sky Rocket Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,600
4 Nitro Ground Shaker Pinball Machine Bally SS $2,300
5 Eight Ball Champ Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $2,300
6 Waterworld Pinball Machine Gottlieb $4,900
7 Time Line Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $2,800
8 Spanish Eyes Pinball Machine Williams EM $2,700
9 Algar Pinball Machine Williams SS $3,300
10 The Red Max Rare Pinball Machine Bally $5,900
11 Spin Out Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,700
12 Special Force Pinball Machine Bally $1,900
13 Harlem Globetrotters On Tour Pinball Machine Bally SS $3,800
14 King Kool Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,900
15 Escape from the Lost World Pinball Machine $2,800
16 Scorpion Pinball Machine Williams SS $3,000
17 Comet Pinball Machine Williams $3,000
18 Hollywood Heat Pinball Machine Gottlieb $3,500
19 Monte Carlo Pinball Machine Gottlieb $3,400
20 Big House Pinball Machine Gottlieb #1 $5,300
21 Diamond Lady Pinball Machine Gottlieb $3,800
22 Ready Aim Fire Rare Pinball Machine $2,900
23 Jacks To Open Pinball Machine Mylstar $2,800
24 Lights Camera Action Pinball Machine Gottlieb $3,000
25 Gladiators Pinball Machine Gottlieb $2,900
26 Silver Slugger Pinball Machine Gottlieb $2,900
27 Big House Pinball Machine Gottlieb #2 $2,800
28 Rack 'Em Up Pinball Machine Mylstar $2,300
29 Super Orbit Pinball Machine Mylstar $2,300
30 Operation Thunder Pinball Machine Gottlieb 1992 $2,300
31 Q-Bert's Quest Pinball Machine Gottlieb $8,800
32 Rock Encore! Pinball Machine Gottlieb Premier $3,300
33 Excalibur Pinball Machine Premier SS $3,300
34 Spirit Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $6,300
35 Black Hole Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $3,800
36 Haunted House Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $5,500
37 Ice Fever Pinball Machine Premier SS $2,500
38 Pink Panther Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $4,300
39 Rocky Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $10,000
40 Touchdown Pinball Machine Premier SS $2,900
41 Bounty Hunter Pinball Machine Premier SS $2,400
42 Surf N Safari - Pinball Machine Gottlieb $3,600
43 Class of 1812 - Pinball Machine Gottlieb $4,600
44 Title Fight - Pinball Machine Premier SS $3,300
45 Cactus Jack's - Pinball Machine Gottlieb Premier SS $3,000
46 Raven - Pinball Machine Gottlieb Premier SS $2,400
47 Gold Wings - Pinball Machine Gottlieb Premier SS $2,700
48 Cue Ball Wizard - Pinball Machine Gottlieb Premier $3,900
49 Barb Wire - Pinball Machine Gottlieb $3,600
50 Rescue 911 - Pinball Machine Gottlieb $3,700
51 Street Fighter II - Pinball Machine Gottlieb Premier SS $4,800
52 Freddy A Nightmare on Elm Street - Pinball Machine Premier SS $5,800
53 Stargate Pinball Machine Gottlieb Premier SS $5,300
54 Fast Draw - Pinball Machine Gottlieb $3,500
55 Vulcan Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,100
56 Dragon - Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,000
57 Jungle Queen - Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,800
58 Bronco - Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $4,200
59 Super Soccer - Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,800
60 "300" Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,300
61 Jet Spin - Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,300
62 Target Alpha Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,400
63 Gridiron Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,400
64 Close Encounters of the Third Kind Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $4,000
65 Close Encounters of the Third Kind Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $3,200
66 Pyramid Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,800
67 Cleopatra Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,200
68 Cleopatra Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $3,000
69 Gotcha Classic Atari Arcade Game $4,900
70 Bagman Classic Arcade Game $3,300
71 After Burner Classic Arcade Game $1,500
72 Ataxx Arcade Game $1,400
73 Slither Classic Arcade Game Rockola $3,000
74 Eyes Classic Rockola Arcade Game $1,900
75 Jump Bug Classic Rockola Arcade Game $1,200
76 Nibbler Classic Rockola Arcade Game $2,700
77 Pengo Classic Sega Arcade Game $1,600
78 Warp Warp Arcade Game $1,000
79 Amidar Classic Arcade Game $1,000
80 Lost Tomb Classic Stern Arcade Game $1,300
81 Silk Worm Arcade Game $1,200
82 Amidar Classic Upright Arcade Game Stern $1,000
83 Scramble Arcade Game $1,400
84 Super Cobra Upright Arcade Game $1,200
85 Samurai Arcade Game $9,900
86 Shinobi Sega Classic Arcade Game $1,500
87 Congo Bongo Arcade Game $1,900
88 Buck Rogers and the Planet of Zoom Sega $1,600
89 Sega Turbo Outrun Arcade Game $2,200
90 Outrun Sega Racing Arcade Game $2,400
91 Monte Carlo Arcade Game $3,200
92 Power Drift Sega Driver Arcade Game $1,400
93 Great 1000 mile rally Arcade Game $1,100
94 Great 1000 mile rally2 Arcade Game $1,000
95 Championship Sprint Atari Arcade Game $2,400
96 Double Axle Arcade Game $1,300
97 Midway's Shuffle Board Arcade Game $1,300
98 Willow Arcade Game Capcom $1,700
99 Chicago Coin's Junk Yard Mechanical Claw Arcade Game $3,300
100 Star Wars Trilogy Upright Arcade Game $3,600
101 Midway's Chopper Mechanical Arcade Game $2,600
102 Chicago Coin's Deluxe World Series EM Pitch n Bat $2,000
103 Midway's Blue Shark 1978 Classic Arcade Game $9,900
104 The Real Ghostbusters Dedicated 3 Player Arcade Game $3,600
106 Zwackery Classic Bally Midway Arcade Game $8,300
107 Varkon Pinball Arcade Game Williams $11,000
108 Alien Syndrome Arcade Game $3,300
109 Berzerk Classic Arcade Game $1,700
110 Tac Scan Arcade Game $4,700
111 Asteroids SEGA Classic Arcade Game $5,600
112 Narc Classic Williams Arcade Game $3,400
113 Super Zaxxon Arcade Game $2,200
114 Moon Patrol Arcade Game $2,300
115 Blaster Classic Arcade Game Williams Rare Dura Plastic Cabinet $5,100
116 Motorace USA Arcade Game $1,100
117 Stargate Defender Classic Arcade Game $1,800
118 Zektor Arcade Game $7,500
119 Sinistar Classic Arcade Game Williams $3,800
120 Robotron 2084 Arcade Game $3,500
121 Bubbles Classic Williams Dedicated Arcade Game $4,100
122 Midnight Marauder Classic Arcade Game $3,800
123 Exerion Arcade Game $900
124 Mr Driller Arcade Game $1,100
125 Solar Quest Arcade Game $2,400
126 Rip Off Classic Arcade Game $1,600
127 Star Castle Classic Arcade Game $5,100
128 Armor Attack Classic Arcade Game $1,800
130 Tail Gunner Arcade Game $6,800
131 Piranha Arcade Game $1,700
131A Nintendo Red Tent Classic Vs. Goonies, Vs. Hogans Alley Arcade Game $2,000
132 Jack the Giant Killer Cocktail Table Arcade Game $1,400
133 Road Blasters Arcade Game Atari System 1 Cab $3,200
134 Road Runner Arcade Game System 1 Cabinet $2,900
135 Joust Classic Williams Arcade Game $2,500
136 Triple Punch Arcade Game $1,600
137 Tin Star Arcade Game $4,100
138 Super Off Road 3 Player Arcade Game $5,000
139 Frogger Classic Sega Arcade Game $3,000
140 SVC Chaos 19" Upright Arcade Game $1,200
141 Warlords Classic Atari Arcade Game $2,100
142 Forgotten Worlds Arcade Game $2,400
143 Cyberball 2072 Arcade Game $1,000
143A Armored Car Arcade Game $1,400
143B Cyber Storm Upright Arcade Game $1,000
143C Minefield by Stern Classic Arcade Game $900
144 Two Crude Dudes Arcade Game $800
145 Track & Field Arcade Game $2,900
146 Gyruss Arcade Game $3,600
148 Mach 3 Laser disc classic Arcade Game $2,300
149 Cliff Hanger Laser Arcade Game Stern $4,100
150 Cobra Command Arcade Game $9,100
151 Thayers Quest Laser Disc Classic Arcade Game $3,500
152 Space Ace Laser Disc Arcade Game $3,600
153 Super Don Quixote Arcade Game $2,600
154 Dragon Lair II Laser Disc Arcade Game $3,000
155 Dragon Lair Laser Disc Arcade Game $4,400
156 FireFox Atari Laser Disc Arcade Game $4,700
157 Space Ace Laser Disc Arcade Game $3,300
158 Michael Jackson Moon Walker Arcade Game $3,900
159 Rip Cord 1979 Classic Arcade Game $4,100
160 Rally Bike Classic Taito Arcade Game $900
161 Indiana Jones Temple of Doom Arcade Game System 1 $2,800
161A Arm Champs II Sports Arcade Game $2,200
161B Retrocade Mini Arcade Game Teamplay $1,200
161C The GRID Arcade Game Cabinet and Monitor Only $400
161D Berzerk Arcade Game Project Stern $900
162 720 Skateboard Atari Classic Arcade Game $4,600
163 Star Trek simulator Classic Upright Arcade Game $3,000
164 GI Joe Real American Hero Arcade Game $3,800
165 Dragon Lair II Laser Disc Arcade Game $3,900
166 Mister Viking Arcade Game $1,000
167 Mario Bros. Nintendo Upright Arcade Game $3,300
168 Speed Rumbler Arcade Game $700
169 Dyger Upright Arcade Game $600
170 Thief Classic Arcade Game $1,800
171 Jack the Giant Killer Arcade Game $1,300
172 Mayday Arcade Game $900
173 Play Choice Nintendo Arcade Game $2,000
174 Double Dragon 3 Arcade Game $1,200
175 Elevator Action Arcade Game $2,100
176 Joust Classic Williams Arcade Game $5,000
177 Espial Arcade Game $600
178 Ajax Classic Arcade Game $1,000
179 19xx: The War against Destiny Arcade Game $1,500
180 Raiden Fighters 2 Upright Arcade Game $1,400
181 Raiden Fighters Upright Arcade Game $500
182 Strikers 1945 Arcade Game $700
183 Carrier Air Wing Upright Arcade Game $1,000
184 Boulder Dash Exidy Arcade Game $5,800
185 Flip and Flop Arcade Game $3,700
186 Super Don Quixote Arcade Game $2,800
187 Gretsky 3D Hockey Arcade Game $3,000
188 Nibbler Classic Rockola Arcade Game $3,900
189 Hot Rod 4 Player Sega Classic Arcade Game $2,800
190 Stun Runner Arcade Game $1,400
191 Night Driver Sitdown Arcade Game $3,500
192 Speed Up Sitdown Racing Arcade Game $900
193 Metal Maniax Prototype Atari Motion Arcade Game $800
194 Rail Chase 2 Sega Sitdown Arcade Game $1,500
195 Faster Than Speed Dual Arcade Game $1,100
196 Nintendo Red tent Classic Vs. Super Mario Vs. Pinball Arcade Game $1,800
197 Star Trek Voyager Sitdown Arcade Game $2,400
198 Star Wars JP Sitdown Side by Side Arcade Game Sega $4,400
199 Dance Dance Revolution DDR Max 2 Arcade Game $4,600
200 Power Drift Motion DX Sega Driver Arcade Game $3,800
201 Nascar Arcade Sitdown Racing Arcade Game $3,100
202 Mario Cart Arcade Sitdown Racing Arcade Game Linkable $4,900
203 Mario Cart Arcade Sitdown Racing Arcade Game Linkable $5,000
204 Rave Racer Arcade Game $1,200
205 Pole Position "sitdown" Classic Arcade Game $1,600
206 Galaga Assault Arcade Game $3,800
207 Nintendo Red tent Classic Vs. Mach Rider Vs. Super Mario Arcade Game $2,000
208 Disc of Tron Environmental Classic Arcade Game $11,500
209 Star Trek simulator "sitdown" Arcade Game $4,500
210 Club Kart Sitdown Racing Arcade Game $1,200
211 Club Kart Sitdown Racing Arcade Game $1,100
212 Mario/Sonic Rio Olympics (set of 2) Sports Namco Arcade Game $6,800
213 Grand Prix Star Dual Racing Arcade Game $600
214 Side by Side Evolution Dual Driver Arcade Game $1,400
215 Cops! Laser Disc Sitdown Arcade Game $1,500
216 Bally Space Flight Mechanical Arcade Game $15,500
217 Airball Mechanical Arcade Game $3,500
218 Chicago Coin's Rifle Gallery Mechanical Arcade Game $2,000
219 Vapor TRX Sitdown Racing Arcade Game Atari $900
220 Road Burners Atari Motorcycle Arcade Game $1,300
221 Star Wars Battle Pod Namco Deluxe Arcade Game $17,000
222 Mario/Sonic Rio Olympics (set of 2) Sports Namco Arcade Game $4,300
223 X-Men vs. Street Fighter Showcase Podium 33" CRT Arcade Game $1,600
224 Big Tony's Poker Kard Table Arcade Game $1,600
225 Atari XO Football Table Arcade Game $2,000
226 Fire Escape Mechanical Arcade Game $3,900
227 Midway Sea Raider Arcade Game $2,500
228 Subs Classic Atari Arcade Game $4,600
229 Arabian Classic Atari Arcade Game $2,400
230 Wonder Boy Arcade Game $1,900
231 Marble Madness Arcade Game Atari System 1 $3,600
232 Peter Pak Rat Classic Arcade Game 1985 Atari System 1 $4,500
233 Exterminator Gottlieb Classic Arcade Game $10,000
234 Reactor Gottlieb Arcade Game $4,700
235 Krull Arcade Game $6,500
236 Mad Planets Classic Arcade Game $5,000
237 Qbert Gottlieb Classic Arcade Game $3,900
238 Qbert @!&%* Classic Arcade Game $3,600
239 Qbert Qubes Classic Arcade Game $4,100
240 Three Stooges Classic Mylstar Arcade Game $6,100
241 Mister Viking Arcade Game $1,300
242 Dragon Breed Arcade Game $1,500
243 Wacko Classic Bally Upright Arcade Game $4,100
244 King & Balloon Upright Arcade Game $1,500
245 Tutankhamun Arcade Game $2,600
246 Rolling Thunder Arcade Game $1,500
247 Klax Arcade Game $1,100
248 Xybots Arcade Game $2,100
249 Golden Tee Live 2008 Golf Arcade Game $3,700
250 World Series 99 Baseball Arcade Game $2,300
251 PGA Golf Sports Arcade Game $900
252 Star Wars Trilogy Upright Arcade Game $2,500
253 Quarterback Arcade Game $1,700
254 Battletoads Dedicated Arcade Game $3,000
255 Tattoo Assassins Rare Data East Arcade Game $13,500
255A TUNI COCKTAIL TABLE ARCADE GAME $700
256 Dunk Shot Basketball Table Atari Arcade Game $900
257 Grand Champion Arcade Game $1,400
258 Road Riot 4wd Arcade Game $900
259 Moon War Stern Classic Arcade Game $1,300
260 Quasar Rare Classic Arcade Game Zaccaria $2,500
261 Tank Battalion Arcade Game $1,400
262 Targ Arcade Game $800
263 Cosmic Chasm Arcade Game $11,100
264 Demolition Derby Arcade Game $1,900
265 NBA Jam Midway Basketball Arcade Game $3,100
266 The Grid Midway Arcade Game $3,900
267 Truxton Arcade Game $800
268 Brix Arcade Game $1,800
269 Goindol Arcade Game $900
270 Revenge of Doh Arcade Game $1,000
271 Batman Upright Arcade Game $1,900
272 Pacmania Arcade Game $1,500
273 Stargate Defender Classic Arcade Game $5,200
274 Badlands Arcade Game $1,300
275 Hang-on Arcade Game $1,500
276 Max RPM Bally Classic Arcade Game $1,100
277 Speed Buggy Arcade Game $900
278 All American football Arcade Game $900
279 Legendary Wings Arcade Game $1,200
280 Extreme Hunting 2 Arcade Game Mechanized Attack cab $600
281 Lode Runner Arcade Game $800
282 Space Battle Upright Arcade Game Unsold
283 Captain Commando Dedicated Big Blue Arcade Game $2,700
284 Taito Battle Shark Upright Arcade Game $800
285 Sega Grand Prix Arcade Game $1,800
286 House of the Dead 2 Arcade Game Sega $3,800
287 Pop n Music Konami Arcade Game $1,900
288 Mystic Marathon Arcade Game $2,600
289 The Simpsons Dedicated 4 player Arcade Game $3,400
290 Mortal Kombat 3 Ultimate Arcade Game $2,900
291 Chicken Shift Arcade Game $7,500
292 Millipede Classic Atari Arcade Game $2,500
293 Super Masters Arcade Game $1,000
294 Xevious Classic Arcade Game $2,000
295 Vindicators Arcade Game $1,700
296 Smash TV WIlliams Classic Arcade Game $3,500
297 Donkey Kong Nintendo Arcade Game $1,900
298 Assault Classic Arcade Game Atari $1,300
299 Rampage 3 Player Bally Arcade Game $3,400
300 Triple Punch Upright Arcade Game $1,200
301 Surf Planet Arcade Game $500
302 Cabal Arcade Game $900
303 Snow Brothers Arcade Game $1,000
304 Up N Down Arcade Game $1,600
305 Bull Fight Bally Midway Arcade Game $3,100
306 Ghosts n Goblins Arcade Game $2,300
307 Donkey Kong Nintendo Arcade Game $2,900
308 Metrocross Arcade Game $500
309 Cruisin Driver Arcade Game $700
310 UN Squadron Upright Arcade Game $1,200
311 Xenophobe Arcade Game $2,700
312 Eyes Rockola Classic Arcade Game $1,500
313 War of the Worlds Rare Classic Arcade Game $10,000
314 Paper Boy Special Edition Original Only 1 Signed By Team Arcade Game $11,500
315 Panic Park Upright Arcade Game Namco $4,700
316 Mach Storm Jet Fighter Battle Pod Arcade Game Namco $5,500
317 Derby Owners Club Deluxe 8 Player Arcade Game $1,700
318 Pac-Man Battle Royale Cocktail Table Arcade Game $4,100
319 Power Excavator Classic Arcade Game $2,900
320 Lucky and Wild Arcade Game $1,800
321 Steel Talons Dual Sitdown Arcade Game $1,300
322 California Speed Racing Arcade Game $400
323 Fast and Furious Deluxe LCD Racing Arcade Game $1,700
324 Crackin DJ Upright Music Rythym Arcade Game $2,900
325 Planet Harriers Dual Sitdown Arcade Game $2,600
326 Need for Speed Carbon Arcade Game $800
327 Mario Cart Arcade Sitdown Racing Arcade Game Linkable $4,200
328 Mario Cart Arcade Sitdown Racing Arcade Game Linkable $3,500
329 Crazy Taxi Sitdown Driver Arcade Game $2,600
330 Gun Blade NY Upright Sega Arcade Game $2,100
335 Star Wars Trilogy Pinball Machine Sega $8,200
336 Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Pinball Machine Sega SS $5,300
337 South Park Pinball Machine Sega SS $7,700
338 Baywatch Pinball Machine Sega $8,000
339 Last Action Hero Pinball Machine Data East SS $6,500
340 Lost In Space Pinball Machine Sega $6,000
341 Godzilla Pinball Machine Sega SS $6,100
342 The X Files Pinball Machine Sega SS $6,500
343 Viper Night Drivin' Pinball Machine Sega SS $4,500
344 Twister Pinball Machine Sega $5,600
345 Jurassic Park Pinball Machine Data East SS $8,300
346 Lethal Weapon 3 Pinball Machine Data East SS $5,000
347 Star Wars Pinball Machine Data East SS $8,000
348 The Who's Tommy Pinball Wizard Pinball Machine Data East SS $9,000
349 Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends Pinball Machine Data East SS $6,700
350 Star Trek Pinball Machine Data East SS $7,400
351 Hook Pinball Machine Data East SS $6,100
352 Guns N' Roses Pinball Machine Data East SS $8,100
353 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Pinball Machine Data East SS $7,300
354 Checkpoint Pinball Machine Data East SS $4,000
355 The Simpsons Pinball Machine Data East SS $8,500
356 Sharkey's Shootout Jeanette Lee Pinball Machine Stern SS $3,900
357 Kelly Packard's Golden Cue Pinball Machine Sega Stern SS $5,500
358 Back to the Future Pinball Machine Data East SS $14,000
359 Robocop Pinball Machine Black Cabinet Data East SS $6,500
360 Playboy 35th Anniversary Pinball Machine Data East $6,300
361 Secret Service Pinball Machine Data East SS $5,700
362 Laser War Pinball Machine Data East SS $3,800
363 Monday Night Football Pinball Machine Data East SS $6,200
364 Jackpot Pinball Machine Williams EM $3,500
365 Gay 90's Pinball Machine Williams EM $3,300
366 Fan-Tas-Tic Pinball Machine Williams EM $3,200
367 Dipsy Doodle Pinball Machine Williams EM $2,900
368 Space Odyssey Pinball Machine Williams EM $3,000
369 Super-Flite Pinball Machine Williams EM $3,000
370 Pit Stop Pinball Machine Williams EM $3,700
371 Winner Pinball Machine Williams EM $3,000
372 Toledo Pinball Machine Williams EM $2,600
373 Valencia Pinball Machine Williams EM $3,300
374 Aztec Pinball Machine Williams EM $3,100
375 Lucky Seven Pinball Machine Williams EM $4,300
376 Travel Time Pinball Machine Williams EM $1,800
377 Jive Time Pinball Machine Williams EM $2,000
378 Skylab Pinball Machine Williams EM $2,400
379 OXO Pinball Machine Williams EM $3,200
380 Big Star Pinball Machine Williams EM $2,400
381 Apollo 13 Pinball Machine Sega $7,700
382 Solar Fire Pinball Machine Williams SS $4,600
383 Time Fantasy Pinball Machine Williams SS $4,400
384 Grand Lizard Pinball Machine Williams SS $4,500
385 WWF Royal Rumble Widebody Pinball Machine Data East SS $7,000
386 High Speed Pinball Machine Williams SS $7,200
387 Sorcerer Pinball Machine Williams SS $3,400
388 Banzai Run Pinball Machine Williams SS $14,500
389 Red & Ted's Road Show Pinball Machine Williams SS $4,700
390 Big Guns Pinball Machine Williams SS $3,600
391 Space Station Pinball Machine Williams SS $3,600
392 Pool Sharks Pinball Machine Midway SS $2,700
393 Rollergames Pinball Machine Williams SS $3,500
394 Fire! "Champagne Edition" Pinball Machine Williams SS $5,400
395 Comet Classic Pinball Machine Williams $6,000
396 Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines Pinball Machine Stern SS $5,000
397 Earthshaker Pinball Machine Williams SS $5,600
398 Whirlwind Pinball Machine Williams SS $7,200
399 Taxi "Marilyn Edition" Pinball Machine Williams SS $5,900
400 F-14 Tomcat Pinball Machine Williams SS $5,700
401 Bad Cats Pinball Machine Williams SS $9,900
402 Jokerz! Pinball Machine Williams SS $4,200
403 Police Force Pinball Machine Williams SS $4,800
404 Radical! Pinball Machine Midway SS $6,500
405 Strange Science Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $5,200
406 Hardbody Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $3,500
407 Dungeons & Dragons Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $4,600
408 City Slicker Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $3,700
409 Black Pyramid Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $2,800
410 Gold Ball Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $1,900
411 Lady Luck Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $3,400
412 SpeakEasy Pinball Machine 2 player Bally SS $4,600
413 Grand Slam Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $4,000
414 Beat the Clock Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $3,000
415 Spy Hunter Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $3,900
416 Kings of Steel Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $2,600
417 Blackwater 100 Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $4,600
418 Centaur Pinball Machine Bally SS $5,900
419 Xenon Pinball Machine Bally SS $4,900
420 Vector Pinball Machine Bally SS $4,700
421 Spectrum Pinball Machine Bally SS $6,200
422 Medusa Pinball Machine Bally SS $4,800
423 Elektra Pinball Machine Bally SS $4,800
424 Fathom Pinball Machine Bally SS $6,500
425 X's & O's Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $3,000
426 Flash Gordon Pinball Machine Bally SS $7,900
427 Nugent Pinball Machine Stern SS - Autographed $4,500
428 Trident Pinball Machine Stern SS $3,000
429 Lectronamo Pinball Machine Stern SS $2,100
430 Stars Pinball Machine Stern SS $2,600
431 Stingray Pinball Machine Stern SS $2,700
432 Magic Pinball Machine Stern SS $2,900
433 Dracula Pinball Machine Stern SS $3,400
434 Galaxy Pinball Machine Stern SS $3,300
435 Star Gazer Pinball Machine Stern SS $9,700
436 Cosmic Princess Pinball Machine (Australia) Stern SS $13,500
437 Quicksilver Pinball Machine Stern SS $5,800
438 Nine Ball Pinball Machine Stern SS $3,800
439 Lightning Pinball Machine Stern SS $3,000
440 Catacomb Pinball Machine Stern SS $5,000
441 Viper Pinball Machine Stern SS $3,900
442 Big Game Pinball Machine Stern SS $4,300
443 Split Second Pinball Machine Stern SS $2,800
444 Orbitor 1 Pinball Machine Stern SS $5,700
445 Flight 2000 Pinball Machine Stern SS $3,700
446 Freefall Pinball Machine Stern SS $4,000
447 Wheel Of Fortune Pinball Machine Stern SS $5,600
448 High Roller Casino Pinball Machine Stern SS $3,800
449 Austin Powers Pinball Machine Stern SS $6,000
450 Breakshot Pinball Machine Capcom SS $3,000
451 The Rolling Stones Pinball Machine (Limited Edition) Stern SS $8,000
452 Monopoly Pinball Machine Stern SS $10,100
453 Cyclopes - Pinball Machine Game Plan SS $6,900
454 Roller Disco - Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $3,700
455 Buck Rogers Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $3,300
456 Captain Hook Pinball Machine Game Plan SS $3,100
457 Sinbad Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $2,900
458 Andromeda Pinball Machine Game Plan SS $6,500
459 Eclipse Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $7,000
460 Genie Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $2,800
461 Striker Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $3,200
462 Marvel's The Incredible Hulk Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $5,500
463 Torch Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $3,200
464 Asteroid Annie and the Aliens Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $6,700
465 Solar Ride Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $2,500
466 Circus Widebody Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS 1980 $2,900
467 Force II System 80 Pinball Machine Gottlieb $4,300
468 Joker Poker Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $4,900
469 Hercules Pinball Machine Atari SS $18,000
470 Airborne Avenger Atari Pinball Machine Wide body $2,300
471 The Atarians Widebody Pinball Machine Atari $3,800
472 Tiger Rag Pinball Machine Bell SS $2,500
473 Space Hawks Pinball Machine Bell SS $2,600
474 The Jetsons Pinball Machine The Pinball Company $5,700
475 The Thunderbirds Pinball Machine Home Pin $4,500
476 Rob Zombie Spookshow Pinball Machine Sooky $11,000
477 Americas Most Haunted Pinball Machine Spooky $6,400
478 AC/DC Luci (Premium) Pinball Machine Stern $12,000
478A Ghostbusters Pinball Machine (Premium) Stern SS $10,000
479 World Poker Tour Pinball Machine Stern SS $5,200
480 Star Wars Premium Model Pinball Machine $11,500
481 Joust Head to Head Pinball Machine (table) Williams SS $17,000
482 Challenger Head to Head Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $6,000
483 Black Belt Classic Bally Pinball Machine SS $3,200
484 Dr Dude Pinball Machine Bally $5,000
485 Party Zone Pinball Machine Bally $4,200
486 The Bally Game Show Pinball Machine Midway SS $3,000
487 Black Rose Pinball Machine Midway SS $5,300
488 Elvira and the Party Monsters Pinball Machine Bally $8,200
489 Dirty Harry Pinball Machine Williams $9,000
490 The Shadow Pinball Machine Midway SS $6,200
491 Creature from the Black Lagoon Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $11,000
492 Twilight Zone Pinball Machine Midway SS $15,000
493 Judge Dredd Pinball Machine Midway SS $9,000
494 Popeye Saves the Earth Pinball Machine Midway SS $6,100
495 World Cup Soccer Pinball Machine Midway SS $6,400
496 Doctor Who Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $8,000
497 NBA Fastbreak Pinball Machine Midway SS $6,800
498 NBA Fastbreak Pinball Machine Midway SS $8,000
499 The Addams Family Special Collectors Edition Gold Pinball Bally Midway SS $22,500
500 Attack from Mars Pinball Machine Midway SS $10,250
501 Scared Stiff Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $8,500
502 Champion Pub Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $9,000
503 Circus Voltaire Bally Pinball Machine $11,500
504 Tales of the Arabian Nights Pinball Machine Williams SS $14,000
505 Cactus Canyon Pinball Machine Midway SS $12,000
506 Revenge From Mars Pinball Machine Midway SS $6,500
507 Guardians of the Galaxy Limited Edition Pinball Machine #49/600 $13,000
508 Avengers Infinity Quest Limited Edition Pinball Machine Stern #416/500 $12,500
509 Stranger Things Limited Edition Pinball Machine Stern #97/500 $11,000
510 Jurassic Park Limited Edition Pinball Machine Stern #331/500 $13,000
511 Elvira House of Horror Limited Edition Pinball Machine #108/400 $14,500
512 Pinball Magic Pinball Machine Capcom SS $7,000
513 Theatre of Magic Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $11,000
514 Who Dunnit Pinball Machine Bally $6,600
525 Embryon Pinball Machine Bally SS $4,900
526 Space Invaders Pinball Machine Bally SS $7,000
527 Future Spa Pinball Machine Bally SS $3,100
528 HotDoggin' Widebody Pinball Machine Bally SS $3,200
529 Lost World Pinball Machine Bally SS $3,500
530 The Six Million Dollar Man Pinball Machine Bally SS $3,700
531 Silverball Mania Pinball Machine Bally SS $3,900
532 Viking Pinball Machine Bally SS $4,000
533 Fireball II Pinball Machine Bally SS $3,000
534 Flip Flop Pinball Machine Bally EM $4,200
535 Playboy Pinball Machine Bally SS $9,000
536 Kiss Pinball Machine Bally SS $8,200
537 Rolling Stones Pinball Machine Bally SS $7,500
538 Pirates of the Caribbean Pinball Machine Stern SS $8,500
539 Dolly Parton Pinball Machine Bally SS $4,700
540 Strikes and Spares Pinball Machine Bally $3,300
541 Eight Ball Pinball Machine Bally SS $4,000
542 Eight Ball Deluxe Pinball Machine #2 Bally SS $5,700
543 Eight Ball Deluxe Pinball Machine Bally SS Large Displays $12,500
544 Cybernaut Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $3,500
545 Transporter Pinball Machine Bally $4,000
546 Paragon Pinball Machine Bally Widebody SS $4,200
547 Wild Fyre Pinball Machine Stern SS $3,500
548 Memory Lane Pinball Machine Stern SS $3,200
549 Ali Classic - Pinball Machine SS Stern $4,700
550 Seawitch Pinball Machine Stern SS $3,700
551 Dragonfist Pinball Machine Stern SS $6,700
552 Iron Maiden Pinball Machine Stern 1980 $8,500
553 Mata Hari Pinball Machine Bally SS $4,200
554 Mata Hari Pinball Machine (plastic PF) Bally SS $4,700
555 Mata Hari Pinball Machine Bally EM $7,000
556 Star Trek Pinball Machine Bally SS $6,000
557 Supersonic Pinball Machine Bally SS $3,500
558 BMX Pinball Machine Bally SS $4,300
559 Voltan Escapes Cosmic Doom Pinball Machine Bally SS $6,400
560 Loop The Loop Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,800
561 Air Aces Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,800
562 Evel Knievel Pinball Machine Bally SS $5,500
563 Black Jack Pinball Machine Bally SS $2,700
564 Bobby Orr Power Play Pinball Machine Bally SS $4,000
565 Magnotron Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,000
566 Duotron Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,900
567 Big Shot Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $4,000
568 Big Brave Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,200
569 Surfer Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,200
570 Jumping Jack Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,300
571 Far Out Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,500
572 Strange World Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,900
573 Team One Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,100
574 Abra Ca Dabra Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,500
575 Flying Carpet Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,900
576 Neptune Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,000
577 Hit the Deck Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,000
578 Sure Shot Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,800
579 Bank Shot Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,300
580 Buccaneer Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,500
581 King Pin Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM WH $2,100
582 Pro Pool Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,500
583 Blue Note Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $7,500
584 Rock Star Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $6,500
585 Golden Arrow Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,600
586 El Dorado Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,600
587 Free Fall Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,700
588 Centigrade 37 Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,000
589 Jacks Open Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,300
590 Capt. Card Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,300
591 Atlantis Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,500
592 Flipper Fair Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,300
593 Drop-A-Card Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,500
594 Astro Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,500
595 4 Square Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,500
596 2001 Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,200
597 Jungle King Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,800
598 Show Boat Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,600
599 Slick Chick Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $7,800
600 Dimension Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,500
601 King of Diamonds Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,900
602 Stock Car Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,800
603 Road Race Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,100
604 Extra Inning Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,200
605 Home Run Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,400
606 Playball Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,300
607 Baseball Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $4,200
608 Royal Guard Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,100
609 Fun Land - Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,700
610 PlayMates - Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,900
611 Domino - Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,000
612 Diamond Jack Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,200
613 Flip a Card Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,200
614 Spin-A-Card Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,200
615 Mini Pool Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,700
616 Aquarius Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,400
617 Cross-Town Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,900
618 Sky Line Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,600
619 Buckaroo Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,800
620 Cow Poke Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,200
621 Central Park Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,900
622 Hurdy Gurdy Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,100
623 Mibs Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,500
624 North Star Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,900
625 Bank-A-Ball Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,700
626 Flipper Pool Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,500
627 Bowling Queen Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,700
628 Majorettes Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,100
629 Sweet Hearts Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,900
630 Flipper Cowboy Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,700
631 Olympics Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,800
632 Cover Girl Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,700
633 Flipper Clown Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,000
634 Egghead Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,100
635 Square Head Pinball Machine Pinball Machine Gottlieb WH $2,200
636 Big Casino Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,700
637 Melody Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,800
638 Capersville Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,800
639 Camelot Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,800
640 Firecracker Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,400
641 Four Million B.C. Pinball Machine (german) Bally EM $2,600
642 Fireball Pinball Machine Bally EM $9,000
643 Four Million B.C. Pinball Machine (usa) Bally EM $2,900
643A Defender "Machine Gun" Arcade Game $2,000
644 Space Time Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,700
645 Dogies Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,200
646 Doodle Bug Pinball Machine Williams EM $2,200
647 Vampire Pinball Machine Bally EM $7,300
648 Galahad Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,500
649 RockMakers Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,900
649A Old Time Basketball Pop A Shot Arcade Game $2,400
650 Cosmos Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,300
651 Nip-It Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,000
652 Little Joe Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,100
653 Sea Ray Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,400
654 Mariner Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,000
655 Liberty Bell Pinball Machine Williams $2,300
656 Hi Deal Pinball Machine Bally EM 1975 $3,900
657 Monte Carlo Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,500
658 Champ Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,500
659 Cosmos Pinball Machine #2 Bally EM $3,600
660 Time Tunnel Pinball Machine Bally EM $5,200
661 Round Up Pinball Machine Bally EM $4,500
670 Buck Rogers and the Planet of Zoom Cockpit Sega $3,100
671 Quartet Classic Arcade Game $4,700
672 Violent Storm Arcade Game $1,500
673 Rolling Extreme Upright Arcade Game $1,500
674 Millipede Classic Atari Arcade Game $1,700
675 Kaos Arcade Game $1,700
676 Dragon Spirit Arcade Game $1,900
677 Bump and Jump Arcade Game $1,400
678 Blue Print Arcade Game $5,500
679 Pigskin 621 Arcade Game $2,700
680 Gauntlet Dark Legacy Arcade Game $2,100
681 Red Alert Arcade Game $1,000
682 Tank Battalion Arcade Game $1,200
683 Moon Fighter Arcade Game $500
684 Moon Cresta Arcade Game $1,700
685 Carnival Arcade Game $900
686 King of Dragons Arcade Game $2,600
687 Looping Arcade Game $2,500
688 Pong Doubles Classic Arcade Game $4,000
689 Crazy Kong Arcade Game $2,500
690 Zero hour Arcade Game $2,000
691 Galaxy Rescue Arcade Game $2,400
692 Cosmic avenger Arcade Game $2,300
693 Lady Bug Arcade Game $1,900
694 Cosmic Alien Arcade Game $2,000
695 Magical spot Arcade Game $1,700
696 Gauntlet Classic Atari Arcade Game $2,900
697 High Impact Football Arcade Game $600
698 Satan's Hollow Classic Arcade Game $2,900
699 Mr Driller2 Upright Namco Arcade Game $1,100
700 Aero Fighters Arcade Game $700
701 Xevious Classic Arcade Game $2,500
703 Lady bug Arcade Game $800
703A Mr. Do Upright Arcade Game $1,000
704 Crazy Climber Arcade Game $6,500
705 Dead Angle Arcade Game $700
706 Spot Arcade Game $1,600
707 Dynamite Cop Arcade Game $900
708 The Simpsons 4 player Arcade Game $3,400
709 Cowboys of Moo Mesa Arcade Game $3,700
710 Tetris Grand Masters Upright Arcade Game $2,200
711 Taito Night Striker Arcade Game $1,700
712 Darius Upright Dedicated Arcade Game $7,600
713 QIX Classic Arcade Game $2,000
714 Lock N Chase Upright Arcade Game $1,000
715 Stratovox Arcade Game $2,000
716 Lunar Rescue Arcade Game Taito $1,900
717 Zoo Keeper Arcade Game $3,700
718 QIX Classic Arcade Game $1,800
719 Wild Western Arcade Game $2,900
720 Jungle King Taito Arcade Game $2,200
721 Kram Arcade Game $3,900
722 Jungle King Taito Arcade Game $2,300
723 Front Line Arcade Game $2,300
724 Alpine Ski Taito Arcade Game $2,200
725 Holosseum Sega Arcade Game $3,500
725A Frogger Cocktail Table Arcade Game $1,500
725B Dunkshot Basketball Table Arcade Game $900
726 Cosmotrons Arcade Game $4,100
727 Hologram Time Traveler Arcade Game $7,300
728 Nemesis Arcade Game $1,700
729 Commando Arcade Game $1,500
730 Bandido Arcade Game $2,200
731 Jatre Spectar Arcade Game Exidy Classic $1,000
732 Phoenix Arcade Game $1,400
733 Zeke's Peak Taito Rare Classic Bar room Arcade $6,500
734 Vanguard Arcade Game $1,200
735 Moon Cresta Arcade Game $1,000
736 Track and Field Arcade Game $2,500
737 Pleiades Arcade Game $600
738 Bad Dudes vs. Dragon Ninja Arcade Game $1,000
739 Kung Fu Master Arcade Game $1,100
740 Bubble Bobble Arcade Game $2,400
741 Vigilante Arcade Game $2,300
742 Kung Fu Master Arcade Game $1,600
743 Karnov Arcade Game $2,400
744 POW Classic Arcade Game $1,800
745 Phoenix Upright Centuri Arcade Game $1,400
746 Balloon and Balloon Arcade Game $1,200
747 Hyper Sports Arcade Game $1,800
748 Circus Charlie Arcade Game $3,400
749 Lock On Arcade Game $1,000
750 Karate Champ Upright Arcade Game Data East $900
751 Gondomania Arcade Game $1,000
752 War Final Assault Arcade Game $1,100
753 War Final Assault Arcade Game $500
754 Crisis Zone Arcade Game $1,700
755 Mario/Sonic Rio Olympics (set of 2) Sports Namco Arcade Game $1,700
756 Pump It up Dance Arcade Game Andamiro $3,000
757 Para Para Paradise 2nd mix Music Arcade Game $4,200
758 Mocap Boxing Sports Konami Arcade Game $800
759 Alpine Racer2 Upright Arcade Game $2,100
760 Crazy Taxi Upright Sega Arcade Game $2,800
761 Top Skater 50" Deluxe Classic Arcade Game $1,500
762 Air Combat 22 Deluxe 50" Jet Fighter Arcade Game $3,600
763 Thunder Blade SItdown Motion Arcade Game $1,500
764 G-Loc Air Battle Motion Deluxe Arcade Game $4,400
765 Turbo Outrun Deluxe Sitdown Arcade Game $4,900
766 Deal or No Deal Upright Arcade Game $1,600
767 Bishi Bashi Channel Music Rythym Arcade Game $3,100
800 Road Riot 4WD Arcade Game $150
801 Atari Race Drivin' Upright Arcade Game $900
802 Hard Drivin' Atari Upright Arcade Game $500
803 Alien Storm Sega Arcade Game $4,000
804 Commando Arcade Game $900
805 Beachhead 2000 Battle VR Arcade Game $700
806 Virtua Fighter 2 Sega Arcade Game $1,500
807 Mortal Kombat Arcade Game $2,100
808 Marvel vs Capcom Arcade Game $1,800
809 Dead or Alive Arcade Game $1,600
810 Mortal Kombat 3 Ultimate Arcade Game $2,600
811 X-men vs Street Fighter Arcade Game $1,200
812 Primal Rage Dedicated Atari Classic Arcade Game $1,300
813 Guerrilla War Arcade Game $1,100
814 Street Fighter 2 Champ Edition Arcade Game $2,100
815 Alien vs Predator Arcade Game $1,700
816 Astyanax Arcade Game $2,400
817 POW Classic Arcade Game $1,100
818 Street Fighter II The World Warrior Arcade Game $1,700
819 Snow Brothers Arcade Game $1,800
820 Sly Spy upright Arcade Game $600
821 Double Dragon Taito Dedicated Arcade Game $2,000
822 Jurassic Park III shooter Konami Arcade Game $2,200
823 Lethal Enforcers II Gunfighters Arcade Game $1,400
824 Turkey Shoot Classic Williams Arcade Game $16,000
825 CarnEvil Classic Dedicated Arcade Game $1,000
826 Sega Blast City Candy Cabinet Arcade Game $2,100
827 Neo Geo 4 slot SNK Candy Cabinet Arcade Game $3,000
828 Outrun 2 Special Edition Arcade Game $1,300
829 Airline Pilots Sega Arcade Game $1,600
830 Time Crisis 3 Arcade Game $2,300
831 Virtua Racing Deluxe Size Motion Arcade Game $2,200
832 Kart Duel Sitdown Racing Linkable Arcade Game $1,000
833 Kart Duel Sitdown Racing Linkable Arcade Game $800
834 Kart Duel Sitdown Racing Linkable Arcade Game $900
835 Target Force 38" Deluxe Shooter Arcade Game $1,000
836 Six Gun Select Global VR Arcade Game $5,000
837 Silent Scope Arcade Game $1,300
838 Cruisin Exotica 38" DX Arcade Game $1,300
839 Vapor TRX Atari Arcade Game $700
840 LA Machine Guns Deluxe 50" Arcade Game $1,300
841 Aliens Extermination Global VR Arcade Game $1,900
842 Gunslinger Stratos Deluxe Size Arcade Game $2,600
843 Virtua Racing Dual Driver Arcade Game Sega $800
844 Landing High Japan Flight Sim Arcade Game $2,600
845 Golgo 13 Sniper Shooter Arcade Game $1,700
846 Ninja Assault 38" Namco Shooter Arcade Game $700
847 Arctic Thunder Arcade Game $1,200
848 Arctic Thunder Arcade Game $300
849 LA Machine Guns 50" deluxe shooter Arcade Game $1,700
850 Virtua Racing Deluxe Size Motion Arcade Game $1,100
851 Puzzloop Classic Arcade Game $800
852 Burger Time Classic Bally Midway Arcade Game $2,900
853 Punk Shot Classic Arcade Game $5,000
854 Ikari Warriors Arcade Game $2,600
855 Danger Zone Arcade Game $2,100
856 Space Harrier Arcade Game $5,200
857 Die Hard Sega Arcade Game $1,100
858 Zero Point 2 Arcade Game $1,000
859 Violence Fight Arcade Game $700
860 King of Fighters XI Arcade Game $1,300
861 Tekken Tag Tour Fighting Arcade Game $1,200
862 The Punisher Classic Capcom Arcade Game $3,600
863 Time Soldiers Arcade Game $1,700
864 Killer Instinct 2 Classic Arcade Game $2,400
865 Desert Assault Dedicated Arcade Game $2,200
866 Virtua Cop Shooter Arcade Game $1,300
867 Crossbow Exidy Arcade Game $3,400
868 Chiller Exidy Classic Arcade Game $5,000
869 Space Gun upright Shooter Arcade Game $2,700
870 America's Army Shooter Arcade Game $300
871 Gun Bullet Arcade Game $900
872 Revolution X Aerosmith Midway Arcade Game $1,500
873 Extreme Hunting Arcade Game $2,800
874 Guardian Upright classic Arcade Game $500
875 Taito Ball Park Arcade Game $9,900
876 Vampire The Night Warriors Sega Astro City Candy Cabinet Arcade Game $5,900
890 Charlie's Angels Pinball Machine Gottlieb SS $5,100
891 HyperBall Williams Pinball Style Machine $2,100
892 Kick Off Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,800
893 Knockout Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,100
894 Aladdin's Castle Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,700
895 Big Show Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,300
896 Bow and Arrow Pinball Machine Bally EM $3,300
897 Chicago Coin's Stage Coach Pinball Machine $2,000
898 Daffie Pinball Machine Williams EM $1,600
899 Wild Card Pinball Machine Williams EM $2,300
900 Aces & Kings Pinball Machine Williams EM $1,800
901 Klondike Pinball Machine Williams EM $2,000
902 Straight Flush Pinball Machine Williams EM $1,500
903 Tropic Fun Pinball Machine Williams EM $1,400
904 Alpine Club Pinball Machine Williams EM $2,200
905 Music Man Pinball Machine Williams EM $3,700
906 Full House Williams Pinball Machine $1,700
907 Strike Zone Pinball Machine Williams EM $1,200
908 Solids N Stripes Pinball Machine Williams EM $1,300
909 Rancho Pinball Machine Metal Cab $2,200
910 Darling Pinball Machine Williams EM $1,300
911 Fairy Pinball Machine EM Playmatic $1,200
912 Scuba Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,400
913 Thoro-Bred Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,600
914 Aloha Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,800
915 Gigi Pinball Machine Gottlieb $1,500
916 Roller Coaster Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,900
917 Outer Space Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,900
918 Sky Kings Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,200
919 Mini Cycle Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,900
920 Wild Life Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $1,400
921 Paradise Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $3,000
922 Mystic Pinball Machine Bally SS $3,200
923 Hokus Pokus Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,100
924 Card Whiz Pinball Machine Gottlieb EM $2,700
925 Black Knight Limited Edition Pinball Machine Williams SS $8,300
926 Ripley's Believe It or Not! Pinball Machine Stern SS $7,500
927 Playboy Pinball Machine Stern $7,800
928 Roller Coaster Tycoon Pinball Machine $7,000
929 The Lord of the Rings Pinball Machine Limited $15,500
930 Goldeneye 007 Pinball Machine Sega $9,200
931 Torpedo Alley Pinball Machine Data East SS $3,000
932 Batman Pinball Machine Data East SS $3,900
933 Bugs Bunny's Birthday Ball Pinball Machine Midway SS $5,900
934 Party Zone Pinball Machine Bally $3,200
935 TX-Sector Pinball Machine Premier SS $2,600
936 Super Mario Bros Pinball Machine Gottlieb $7,100
937 The Avengers Hulk Pinball Machine (Limited Edition) Stern SS $8,400
940 Big Valley Pinball Machine $1,000
941 Expressway Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,500
942 Flicker Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,800
943 Amigo Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,500
944 Hang Glider Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,300
945 New World Pinball Machine Playmatic $1,300
946 The Wiggler Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,700
947 Wizard! Pinball Machine Bally EM $3,700
948 Black Jack Pinball Machine Bally EM $4,300
949 Night Rider Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,300
950 Freedom Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,800
951 Freedom Pinball Machine (rare Prototype) Bally EM $3,300
952 Mr. & Mrs. Pac-Man Pinball Machine Bally SS $4,400
953 Caveman Pinball Machine Gottlieb $2,200
954 Evel Knievel Pinball Machine Bally EM Rare! $7,700
955 Old Chicago Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,700
956 Ro Go Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,400
957 Capt. Fantastic Pinball Machine Alt Backglass Bally EM $3,500
958 Capt. Fantastic Pinball Machine Bally EM $4,000
959 Icarus Pinball Machine $1,700
960 Mousin Around Pinball Machine Bally $3,700
961 Party Animal Pinball Machine Bally $3,200
962 Cyclone Pinball Machine Williams $8,700
963 Panthera Pinball Machine Gottlieb 80 $2,400
964 Cheetah Pinball Machine Wide Body Stern $6,000
965 Totem Pinball Machine Gottlieb $2,600
966 Space Shuttle Pinball Machine Williams SS $5,100
967 Laser Cue Classic Pinball Machine $5,100
968 Firepower II Pinball Machine Williams SS $3,200
969 Firepower Pinball Machine Williams SS $4,200
970 Blackout Pinball Machine Williams SS $3,400
971 Gorgar Pinball Machine Williams SS $3,200
972 Laser Ball Pinball Machine Williams WB $2,100
973 Pokerino Pinball Machine Williams SS $1,700
974 Contact Pinball Machine Williams SS $1,900
975 Warlok Pinball Machine Williams SS $6,200
976 Stellar Wars Pinball Machine Williams SS $1,700
977 Star Light Pinball Machine Williams SS $7,500
978 Phoenix Pinball Machine Williams SS $3,000
979 Time Warp Pinball Machine Williams SS $2,000
980 World Cup Pinball Machine Williams SS $2,500
981 Flash Pinball Machine Williams SS $3,600
982 Primus Pinball Machine Stern Kapow! $8,100
983 The Pabst Can Crusher Pinball Machine $6,900
984 Big Buck Hunter Pinball Machine $5,600
985 The Sopranos Pinball Machine Stern SS $10,100
986 Indiana Jones Pinball Machine Stern SS $9,600
987 24 Pinball Machine Stern $7,600
988 Verne's World Pinball Machine Spinball SS $4,700
989 Jolly Park Pinball Machine Spinball SS $5,700
990 Pool Champion Pinball Machine Zaccariah $1,600
991 Farfalla Pinball Machine Zaccaria SS $3,600
992 Circus Pinball Machine Zaccaria EM $2,000
993 Combat Pinball Machine Zaccaria EM $2,500
994 Locomotion Pinball Machine Zaccaria SS $3,200
995 Devil Riders Pinball Machine Zaccaria SS $2,800
996 Magic Castle Pinball Machine Zaccaria SS $4,100
997 Zankor Pinball Machine Zaccaria $3,200
998 Time Machine Pinball Machine Zaccaria SS $2,700
999 Pinball Champ Pinball Machine Zaccaria SS $3,600
1000 Devil Riders Pinball Machine Zaccaria SS $3,100
1001 U Boat 65 Pinball Machine $2,700
1002 Attila the Hun Pinball Machine Game Plan SS $2,300
1003 Sharpshooter Pinball Machine Game Plan SS $1,500
1004 Old Coney Island Pinball Machine Game Plan $2,300
1005 Full Throttle Heighway Pinball $5,500
1006 Oktoberfest Pinball Machine American Pinball $8,300
1007 Hot Wheels Pinball Machine American Pinball Co. $6,600
1008 Whoa Nellie! Big Juicy Melons Pinball Machine Stern SS $7,100
1009 Cosmic Carnival Pinball Machine Sun Coast $5,100
1010 Houdini Pinball Machine American Pinball Co. $6,000
1011 Domino's Spectacular Pinball Adventure Pinball Machine Spooky $4,900
1012 Alice Cooper Nightmare Castle Pinball Machine Spooky $6,700
1013 NBA Basketball Stern Rare Pinball Machine $7,500
1014 Safe Cracker Pinball Machine Midway SS $9,900
1015 The Hobbit Black Arrow LE Pinball Machine Jersey Jack $8,200
1016 Dialed In Limited Edition Pinball Machine Jersey Jack $7,500
1017 AC/DC Let There Be Rock Limited Edition Pinball Machine Stern SS $11,000
1018 AC/DC Back In Black Limited Edition Pinball Machine $18,500
1019 Iron Maiden LE Pinball Machine Stern $8,900
1020 C.S.I. Pinball Machine Stern $5,600
1021 Iron Man Marvel Pinball Machine Stern $5,700
1022 Aerosmith Limited Edition Pinball Machine $11,200
1023 Batman (86 Autograph Limited Edition) Pinball Machine Stern SS $15,500
1024 Funhouse Pinball Machine Williams SS $9,500
1025 Riverboat Gambler Pinball Machine Williams SS $3,600
1026 The Machine: Bride of Pinbot Pinball Machine Williams SS $5,400
1027 Terminator 2: Judgment Day Pinball Machine Williams SS $9,900
1028 Black Knight 2000 Pinball Machine Williams SS $7,100
1029 The Getaway: High Speed II Pinball Machine Williams SS $7,000
1030 Johnny Mnemonic Pinball Machine Williams SS $4,400
1031 White Water Pinball Machine Williams SS $8,100
1032 Hurricane Pinball Machine Williams SS $4,300
1033 Indiana Jones The Pinball Adventure Pinball Machine Williams SS $15,000
1034 Star Trek: The Next Generation Pinball Machine Williams SS $14,000
1035 Demolition Man Pinball Machine Williams SS $4,700
1036 Bram Stoker's Dracula Pinball Machine Williams SS $6,400
1037 Diner Pinball Machine Williams SS $5,500
1038 No Fear: Dangerous Sports Pinball Machine Williams SS $4,100
1039 Congo Pinball Machine Williams SS $6,300
1040 JackBot Pinball Machine Williams SS $4,000
1041 The Flintstones Pinball Machine Williams SS $7,500
1042 Fish Tales Pinball Machine Williams SS $5,900
1043 Junk Yard Pinball Machine Williams SS $6,200
1044 Medieval Madness Pinball Machine Williams SS $16,000
1045 No Good Gofers Pinball Machine Williams SS $8,200
1046 Monster Bash Pinball Machine Williams SS $10,500
1047 Star Wars Episode I Pinball Machine Williams SS $6,000
1048 Video Pinball Atari Classic Upright Arcade Game $3,900
1049 Varkon Upright Pinball Machine Williams SS Rare $23,500
1050 Super Mario Bros Mushroom World Mini Pinball Machine Gottlieb $7,400
1051 Punchy The Clown Mini Pinball Machine Gottlieb $3,300
1052 Bell Ringer Mini Pinball Machine Gottlieb $1,500
1053 Nudge-It Mini Pinball Machine Gottlieb $1,900
1054 Bromley's Little Pro Golf Arcade Game $3,600
1055 Hot Shot Basketball Midway Arcade Game $3,100
1056 60 in 1 Multicade Mini Upright Arcade Game 19" LCD Panel Single Player $1,500
1057 60 in 1 Multicade Mini Upright Arcade Game 19" LCD Panel Single Player $1,300
1058 60 in 1 Multicade Mini Upright Arcade Game 19" LCD Panel Single Player $1,600
1059 Nicktoons Racing Sitdown Arcade Game $2,000
1060 Muppet Video Tug Boat Mini Upright Arcade $2,100
1061 Ziggi The Clown Capsule Vending Novelty $800
1062 Bozo Balloon Bulk Vending Machine $700
1063 Addams Family Values "ticket" Redemption Game $1,100
1064 Bosconian Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $2,100
1065 Super Pacman Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $2,200
1066 La Zarian Classic Bally Midway Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $3,600
1067 Bosconian Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,900
1068 Galaga Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,900
1069 Omega Race Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,700
1070 Gorf Mini Cabaret Bally Dedicated Arcade Game $2,100
1071 Do! Run Run Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,800
1072 Pac-man Dedicated Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,900
1073 JR Pac-Man Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $2,100
1074 Make Trax Williams Classic Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,500
1075 Defender Stargate Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $2,300
1076 Centipede Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,600
1077 Dig Dug Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $2,400
1078 Battle Zone Classic Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $3,100
1079 Asteroids Deluxe Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $2,700
1080 Front Line Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $3,100
1081 Moon Shuttle Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,800
1082 Battlezone Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $2,800
1083 Phoenix Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,900
1084 Eagle Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $2,000
1085 Sega Turbo Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,900
1086 Zaxxon Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $2,200
1087 Sega Outrun Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $2,300
1088 Thunder Blade Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,800
1089 Crush Roller Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $2,000
1090 Mr Do's Castle Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,300
1091 Mars Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $2,200
1092 Space Demon Nintendo Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,700
1093 Klax Mini Cabaret Arcade Game $1,300
1093A Super Chexx Bubble Hockey Arcade Game ICE $2,900
1094 Domino Man Dedicated Bally Midway Cocktail Table Arcade Game $2,000
1095 Circus Charlie Cocktail Table Arcade Game $1,600
1096 Tron Classic Bally Midway Cocktail Table Arcade Game $2,800
1097 Space Zap Cocktail Table Arcade Game $2,100
1098 Golden Tee 98 Cocktail Table Arcade Game $1,700
1099 Red Tent Nintendo vs. cab Hogan's Alley, Ice Climber Arcade Game $3,700
1100 Warlords Atari Cocktail Table Arcade Game $5,400
1101 Dig Dug Atari Classic Cocktail Table Arcade Game $1,400
1102 Tapper Budweiser Cocktail Table Arcade Game $3,300
1103 Space Invaders Jatre Specter Cocktail Table Arcade Game $1,100
1104 Bubbles Dedicated Cocktail Table Arcade Game $2,400
1105 Champion Baseball Cocktail Table Arcade Game $1,300
1106 Millipede Classic Atari Cocktail Table Arcade Game $1,500
1107 Joust Cocktail Table Arcade Game $3,100
1108 Crazy Climber Cocktail Table Arcade Game $2,200
1109 Crystal Castles Cocktail Table Arcade Game $1,900
1110 Pengo Cocktail Table Arcade Game $1,100
1111 Cosmic Guerilla Cocktail Table Arcade Game $1,600
1112 Seeburg Discotheque Jukebox $1,200
1113 Rockola 488 Jukebox $1,500
1114 Sega Gun Fight Lot of 2 Mechanical Gun Game Project $4,000
1115 Sega Drive Mobile Mechanical Driver Arcade Game $8,500
1116 UMC Bowl-A-Rama Full size Mini Bowling Arcade $17,100
1117 Nintendo Shooting Trainer Project L@@K!!! $6,900
1118 Chicken Thief Antique Rare Mechanical $3,300
1119 Apollo Moon Shot Rifle Mechanical Arcade $2,000
1120 Twin Rifle Mechanical Arcade Game $2,200
1121 Williams Stockade Mechanical Arcade Game $2,000
1122 Allied's Wild Cycle Mechanical Arcade Game $1,300
1123 Gumball Rally Atari Mechanical Arcade Game $1,900
1124 Circus Novelty Arcade Game Kasco $1,700
1125 William's Crane Sidewalk Mechanical Arcade Game $4,100
1126 Airball Mechanical Arcade Game $1,900
1127 Steam Shovel Chicago Coin Mechanical Game $1,900
1128 Midway's Chopper Mechanical Arcade Game $3,300
1129 Space Pilot Mechanical Arcade Game $3,600
1130 Fire Chief Mechanical Arcade Game $3,400
1131 Monte Carlo Mechanical Arcade Game $1,100
1132 Open The Safe Mechanical Arcade Game $4,200
1133 Pac-man Battle Royale Deluxe Arcade Game $5,400
1133A Slither (cocktail) Arcade Game $1,300
1134 Two Tigers Bally Classic Arcade Game $3,500
1135 Space Invaders Arcade Game $2,100
1136 Space Invaders Deluxe Bally Arcade Game $2,600
1137 Space Zap Classic Upright Bally Arcade Game $8,100
1138 Galaxian Classic Bally Arcade Game $3,600
1139 Galaga Classic Bally Upright Arcade Game $2,700
1140 Galaga 88 Arcade Game $2,000
1141 Gaplus Classic Bally Arcade Game $1,900
1142 Solar Fox Classic Bally Arcade Game $4,500
1143 Satan's Hollow Bally/Midway Arcade Game $2,900
1144 Pooyan Stern Arcade Game $4,200
1145 Millipede Classic Atari Arcade Game $2,100
1146 Sarge Bally Midway Classic Arcade Game $2,100
1147 Bosconian Classic Dedicated Bally Midway $2,700
1148 Wizard of Wor Arcade Game $2,300
1149 Kick Classic Bally Midway upright Arcade Game $1,800
1150 Timber Rare Bally Midway Arcade Game $6,200
1151 Tapper Budweiser Classic Bally Arcade Game $6,600
1152 Domino Man Classic Dedicated Bally Midway Arcade Game $16,900
1153 Mappy Dedicated Bally Midway Arcade Game $3,100
1154 Arch Rivals Classic Arcade Game $1,600
1155 Return of the Invaders Arcade Game $1,000
1156 Tetris Classic Upright Arcade Game Atari $2,000
1157 Super Sprint 3 Player Racing Classic Atari Arcade Game $6,100
1158 Smokey Joe Atari Black & White Classic Arcade Game $4,400
1159 Drag Race Upright Classic Arcade Game $1,800
1160 AfterBurner Deluxe Sega Jet Fighter Motion Arcade Game $9,500
1161 Tsumo Motion Simulator Arcade Blue Ball Arcade Game $1,900
1162 Tsumo Motion Simulator Arcade Red Ball Arcade Game $1,600
1163 Marvel VS Capcom Showcase Podium 33" CRT Arcade Game $2,000
1164 FX Simulation Green Giant Feature Attraction Ride $14,000
1165 Computer Space 2 Player Arcade Game $10,000
1166 Crossfire Arcade Game $10,200
1167 Lazer Command Arcade Game $2,000
1168 Breakout Arcade Game $2,700
1169 Stunt Cycle Arcade Game $3,500
1170 Super Breakout Arcade Game $2,600
1171 Gotcha Atari Classic B/W Arcade Game $9,100
1172 Rebound Arcade Game $10,600
1173 Anti Aircraft Arcade Game $1,000
1174 Avalanche Arcade Game $5,100
1175 Space Race Atari Classic Arcade Game $6,500
1176 Video Pinball Atari Classic Upright Arcade Game $3,700
1177 Computer Space Ball Arcade Game $5,000
1178 Guided Missle Classic Arcade Game $2,300
1179 Playtime Midway's Classic Arcade Game $1,500
1180 Tank Classic Arcade Game $1,800
1181 Hockey Arcade Game $2,400
1182 Circus Arcade Game $2,400
1183 Midway's Gunfight Arcade Game $3,700
1184 Head On Sega Gremlin Arcade Game $2,700
1185 Steeple Chase Atari Classic Arcade Game $5,200
1186 Pong Classic Arcade Game $20,500
1187 Ultra Tank Arcade Game $5,500
1188 Sub Hunter Taito Classic Arcade Game $19,500
1189 Basketball Atari Arcade Game $2,800
1190 Video Pinball Atari Upright Arcade Game $2,300
1191 Road Runner Arcade Game $2,600
1192 Disney Tetris Sega New Astro City Candy Cabinet $4,700
1193 Space Lords Dual Monitor Classic Atari Arcade Game $1,800
1194 Eliminator Sega Upright Arcade Game $4,900
1195 Espial Sega Dedicated Upright Arcade Game $1,000
1196 Rush'n Attack Arcade Game $1,900
1197 Tazzmania Dedicated Stern Classic Arcade Game $3,600
1198 Space Ace Cinematronics Arcade Game Cabinet $3,500
1199 Victory Road Rotory Joystick Arcade Game $2,200
1200 Off the Wall Atari Dedicated Arcade Game $5,800
1201 Journey Rare Bally Midway Classic Upright Arcade Game $7,700
1202 Ataxx Dedicated Leland Upright Arcade Game $1,700
1203 Rally-X Bally Midway Arcade Game $2,700
1204 Venture Dedicated Exidy Arcade Game $3,000
1205 Pepper II Classic Arcade Game $2,500
1206 Mouse Trap Exidy Classic Arcade Game $4,500
1207 Twin Cobra Arcade Game $1,600
1208 Crazy Kong Part II Arcade Game $1,000
1209 Burger Time Classic Bally Midway Arcade Game $3,300
1210 Fast Freddie Atari Arcade Game $3,100
1211 Blood Brothers Arcade Game $1,500
1212 Dig Dug Atari Classic Arcade Game $2,200
1213 Krazy Kong Arcade Game $1,800
1214 Gunsmoke Romstar Arcade Game $2,600
1215 Dynamite Cop Arcade Game $1,500
1216 MVS presents Neo 2 slot Arcade Game $1,500
1217 Eswat Cyber Police Arcade Game $1,000
1218 Mechanized Attack 4 Arcade Game $1,100
1219 Operation Wolf 3 Dedicated Arcade Game $2,200
1220 Soul Calibur Namco Fighter Arcade Game $1,300
1221 Tuni Upright Arcade Game $1,600
1222 SEGA OUTRUN CUSTOM MADE GO-CART DRIVER ARCADE L@@K!! $4,500
1223 DONKEY KONG DOOR ENTRANCE GREETER STATUE $3,700
1224 Pinball Wall Art Work from Museum Gift Shop $20,000
1224A Dirk The Daring Dragons Lair Hero 12" Statue in Lobby $800
1224B Burgertime Arcade Display Statue Custom $1,500
1224C Bagatelle Pinball Antique from Late 1800's $400
1225 Spy Hunter Cockpit Sitdown Arcade Game $8,500
1226 Star wars "sitdown"Class

#4316 2 years ago

and apparently pinside has a limit for the length of a post. here's the rest of what I captured

1226 Star wars "sitdown"Classic Arcade Game $6,100
1227 Red Baron "sitdown" Cockpit Arcade Game $4,500
1228 Missle Command SEGA Cockpit SItdown Arcade Game $5,700
1229 Tail Gunner 2 Cockpit Sitdown Arcade Game $5,300
1230 Monaco GP "sitdown" Arcade Game $2,100
1231 Space Tactics "sitdown" Arcade Game $2,600
1232 Pole Position II "sitdown" Classic Arcade Game $2,400
1233 Death Race Classic Exidy Arcade Game $9,000
1234 Return of the Jedi Classic Atari Arcade Game $3,700
1235 Star Wars Classic Upright Atari Arcade Game $4,500
1236 Spy Hunter Classic Upright Arcade Game Bally/Midway $7,600
1237 Aztarac Classic Arcade Game Centuri $9,100
1238 Pong Upright Arcade Yellow old Classic Arcade Game $6,700
1239 Computer Space Red Arcade Game $16,200
1240 Computer Space Yellow Arcade Game $6,000
1241 Computer Space Blue Arcade Game $16,500
1242 Man Eater Classic Upright Shark Arcade Game $21,600
1243 Return of the Jedi Classic Arcade Game $3,100
1244 I Robot Classic Atari Upright Arcade Game $5,700
1245 Tempest Classic Arcade Game $6,000
1246 Major Havoc Classic Rare Atari Arcade Game $16,500
1247 Major Havoc Classic Rare Atari Arcade Game Tempest Cab $5,000
1248 Black Widow Atari Classic Arcade Game $3,400
1249 Gravitar Classic Atari Arcade Game $4,000
1250 Black Widow Atari Classic Arcade Game $3,200
1251 Quantum Classic Arcade Game $6,300
1252 Space War Classic Arcade Game $4,800
1253 Lunar Lander Atari Classic Arcade Game $4,000
1254 Asteroids Classic Arcade Game $2,800
1255 Asteroids Deluxe Arcade Game $3,000
1256 Blasteroids Arcade Game $1,800
1257 Red Baron Classic Atari Arcade Game $2,400
1258 Battle Zone Atari Classic Arcade Game Open Front Model $2,100
1259 Battle Zone Classic Atari Arcade Game Periscope Style Front $3,200
1260 Battle Zone Classic Arcade Game Sonic Black Cabinet $1,700
1261 Assault Plus Classic Arcade Game Atari Namco $2,200
1262 Dig Dug Classic Atari Arcade Game $2,400
1263 AF Liberator Classic Arcade Game $5,700
1264 Rampart Classic Atari Dedicated 3 Player Arcade Game $5,600
1265 Centipede Atari Classic Arcade Game $3,700
1266 Millipede Classic Atari Arcade Game $1,600
1267 Crystal Castles Upright Classic Arcade Game $3,700
1268 Missle Command Classic Atari Arcade Game $4,600
1269 Food Fight Atari Arcade Game $4,300
1270 Retrocade Upright Arcade Game $1,900
1271 Dungeons & Dragons Shadow of Mystara Arcade Game $3,000
1272 The Grid Upright Midway Arcade Arcade Game #1 $3,600
1273 The Grid Upright Midway Arcade Arcade Game #2 $4,200
1274 Pole Position Classic Arcade Game $4,400
1275 Vs. Duck Hunt/ Ice Climber Dual Nintendo Arcade Game $3,300
1276 Nintendo Play Choice 10 Upright Arcade Game $2,300
1277 Punch-Out Nintendo Classic Arcade Game $3,500
1278 Nintendo Arm Wrestling Nintendo Dedicated Arcade Game $5,700
1279 R-Type Nintendo Classic Arcade Game $2,400
1280 vs Castlevania Classic Nintendo Arcade Game $3,300
1281 Zelda Gold Cab Custom Nintendo Upright Arcade Game $4,500
1282 Popeye Nintendo Classic Arcade Game $2,900
1283 Donkey Kong 3 Nintendo Arcade Game $2,300
1284 Donkey Kong Nintendo Upright Arcade Game Not a Mame Logo $3,100
1285 Donkey Kong Jr. Nintendo Arcade Game $2,300
1286 Fix It Felix Jr. Upright Original Arcade Game $10,500
1287 vs. Dr. Mario Classic Nintendo Upright Arcade Game $3,500
1288 Super Mario Bros Nintendo Arcade Game $2,100
1289 vs. Excite Bike Classic Arcade Game $2,600
1290 Gradius Classic Arcade Game $3,000
1291 Pac-Man Plus Arcade Game $2,200
1292 Pac-Land Classic Arcade Game $2,100
1293 JR Pac-Man Arcade Game $2,700
1294 Super Pac-man Arcade Game $2,700
1295 Jr. Pacman Arcade Game Bally High Marquee Cabinet $3,100
1296 Baby Pac-Man Pinball Machine Bally SS $5,700
1297 Ms Pacman Upright Classic Arcade Game $3,000
1298 Pac-Man Classic Bally Arcade Game $2,700
1299 Granny and the Gators Pinball Machine Bally Midway SS $4,000
1300 Disc of Tron Upright Classic Bally Arcade Game $10,100
1301 Tron Upright Classic Bally Arcade Game $6,900
1303 Attack Tank Battle Electromechanical by Sega $4,400
1304 Lunar Rescue Electromechanical by Sega $4,600
1305 Stampede Pinball Machine Stern EM $2,200
1306 Pirate Gold Pinball Machine Chicago coin EM $2,100
1307 Odds & Evens Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,900
1308 Dealer's Choice Pinball Machine Williams EM $1,900
1309 Bally Hoo Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,600
1310 Hot Line Pinball Machine Williams EM $2,200
1311 Sea Hunt Pinball Machine Allied Leisure EM $2,900
1312 Spooksville Pinball Machine Allied Leisure EM $3,200
1313 Rocket III Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,100
1314 Hi-Lo Ace Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,000
1315 Slap Stick Pinball Machine Bally EM $7,000
1316 Bon Voyage Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,200
1317 Delta Queen Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,900
1318 Op-Pop-Pop Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,700
1319 Bowl-O Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,900
1320 King Tut Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,600
1321 4 Queens Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,700
1322 Dixieland Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,000
1323 Surfers Pinball Machine Bally EM $3,100
1324 Pinball by Stern Pinball Machine SS $2,300
1325 Short Stop Pitch & Bat Mechanical Arcade $4,600
1326 Sky Kings Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,000
1327 On Beam Pinball Machine Bally EM $1,700
1328 Mini Zag Pinball Machine $2,600
1329 Trail Drive Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,000
1330 El Toro Pinball Machine Bally EM $2,000
1331 Fore Pinball Machine Bally EM $4,100
1332 A. G. Soccer Ball Head to Head Flipper Soccer $7,200
1333 10 Strike Classic Bowler Mechanical Remake $3,300
1340 Rat Race Pinball Machine Rare Williams Table $40,500
1341 Joust Pinball Machine (table) Williams SS $21,500
1342 Total Nuclear Annihilation Pinball Machine Spooky $9,000

1343 Black Knight Sword of Rage LE Pinball Machine Stern
1344 Deadpool Limited Edition Pinball Machine Stern
1345 Alien Pinball Machine Heighway Pinball
1345A Cosmic Carnival Pinball Machine New in Box Sun Coast
1346 Wizard of OZ Yellow Brick Road LE New in Box
1347 Mandalorian Limited Edition Pinball Machine New In Box Stern
1348 Rick and Morty Collectors Edition Pinball Machine New In Box Spooky
1349 Elvira House of Horror Collectors Edition Pinball Machine New in box (sofa)
1350 Avengers Whitewood PROTOTYPE Pinball Machine
1351 Pirates of the Carribean Whitewood PROTOTYPE Pinball Machine
1352 Big Bang Bar Pinball Machine (1996 version) Capcom SS
1353 The Big Lebowski Pinball Machine Achiever Edition #019
1354 Magic Girl Pinball Machine One of only 16 Made! Zidware J-Pop
1355 Led Zeppelin Limited Edition Pinball Machine Stern
1356 The Beatles Gold Edition Pinball Machine
1357 The Beatles Platinum Pinball Machine
1358 Wizard Of Oz Emerald City Edition Pinball Machine
1359 Guns N Roses CE Pinball Machine Jersey Jack
1360 Pirates of the Carribean C.E. Pinball Machine Jersey Jack
1361 Willy Wonka C.E. Pinball Machine Jersey Jack
1362 The Simpsons Pinball Party Pinball Machine Stern SS
1363 Family Guy Pinball Machine Stern SS
1364 The Lord of the Rings Pinball Machine Stern SS
1365 Disney TRON Legacy (Limited Edition) Pinball Machine Stern SS
1366 Elvis Pro Model Pinball Machine Stern SS
1367 Avatar Limited Edition Pinball Machine Stern #94/250
1368 Dark Knight Batman Pinball Machine Stern SS
1369 X-Men Magneto Limited Edition Pinball Machine Stern #02/250
1370 Shrek Pinball Machine Stern SS
1371 Nascar Racing Pinball Machine Stern
1372 Dale Jr. Limited Edition Pinball Machine Stern SS
1373 Spider-Man Black Pinball Machine (Black Suit) Stern SS
1374 Harley-Davidson (3rd Edition) Pinball Machine Stern SS
1375 Transformers Pinball Machine Limited Edition Stern SS #420/500
1376 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Limited Edition Pinball Machine
1377 Mustang Pinball Machine (Limited Edition) Stern SS #448/500
1378 The Avengers Pinball Machine Limited Edition Stern SS #79/250
1379 KISS Pinball Machine Limited Edition Stern SS #473/600
1380 Metallica Master of Puppets Pinball Machine (Limited Edition) Stern #36/500
1381 Star Trek Pinball Machine (Enterprise Limited Edition) Stern #03/799
1382 The Walking Dead Pinball Machine (Limited Edition) Stern #309/600
1383 Game of Thrones Pinball Machine (Limited Edition) Stern #160/700
1384 Legends WWE Wrestlemania Pinball Machine (Limited Edition) Stern #272/400
1385 The Munsters Limited Edition Pinball Machine Stern
1386 Ghostbusters Pinball Machine (Limited Edition) Stern SS #205/500

#4317 2 years ago
Quoted from Heretic_9:

It must be super cool to be able to drive a different classic car so many days of the year. But what a huge headache with all the registrations and the effing DMV !

He may have "dealer plates" or "in-transit repair plates" that can be put on any of his cars and taken out for a drive. I am sure his insurance agent has a blanket policy to cover him as well. Unlike most of the TV shows where they take cars out for test drives and burnouts on public roads.

#4318 2 years ago

Very cool memories @quartermaster!!! I’ve seen and played an Indy 800 on location in the old days… what an awesome machine and period of time to experience it in. So cool that you also had one!

I’ve seen dozens of AMAZING arcades come and go. Some with chandeliers, electric go-carts (indoors!), prototypes I’ve never seen anywhere else like a small cityscape under glass with elevators and mountains and space ships flying throughout it, the Exorex VR prototype, and since my cousin was the manager of the flagship Showbiz Pizza where it all started, double that for prototype animatronic concepts and Showscan projection reels. Also one of my father’s friends owned one of the largest distributorships for arcade and pinball machines across the entire region (O’Connor Vending), so literally every visit through that huge warehouse of games was like going to Disneyland.

Suffice it to say, with all of that inspiration growing up, it inspires me to push The Arcade Experience as far as it can go… especially in light of the fact that we may be living through the “second Renaissance” and perhaps the last of the amusement experiences we grew up with. We lost ReplayFX, now MOP, the PPM has been unfairly limited by the city regarding their huge pinball annex, and Tim’s PHOF is still carrying the flag high and mighty but has a lot of work ahead nonetheless to fully realize the dream. We gotta support the ones left!

If prices keep skyrocketing, it makes the P3 (Multimorphic) even more of a value proposition. Gerry positioned it to be like the first home console of pinball with swappable games, playfields, and networked play. Compared with the prices we’ve seen at the auction, I’m leaning toward the idea of attaining a P3 for the museum so that it can network with other owners and perhaps inspire a “third Renaissance” where pinball enters a sort of Minecraft stage where people can increasingly build and code their own games and spark another niche within the hobby. We have to keep creating!

Anyway, pardon, another long-winded reply. Pinball has taken some big hits since 2020 in terms of closings, price increases, and the limited opportunity of social gatherings due to the pandemic. Just horrible timing. But… we ain’t done yet. The joy of interacting with physics is a universal wonder which time will never erase… and few experiences do it better than pinball.

@vicjw66, don’t fret. Find yourself a production Freedom and throw it in storage. I’ll have a conversion-to-prototype kit made for about 20 people before too-too long.

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#4319 2 years ago

When we worked on machines on the "tech days" John provided lunch and drinks. There was always an hour or two at the end of the day to play any of the machines as well. We felt well taken care of. It was a great run. I am very happy to have been a part of it..

#4320 2 years ago
Quoted from D-Gottlieb:

When we worked on machines on the "tech days" John provided lunch and drinks. There was always an hour or two at the end of the day to play any of the machines, as well. We felt well taken care of. It was a great run. I am very happy to have been a part of it..

Thanks for the boots on the ground perspective. The outrage hunters have nothing to work with here. They keep positing how John Weeks screwed everyone over and then people like yourself say "no it was great, we got snacks too!"

#4321 2 years ago
Quoted from vonclod:

It was a non profit museum. Can an individual just sell everything and keep the proceeds?

It wasn't a non profit musuem - They had a non profit musuem running day to day operations - but the musueum didn't own the bulk of the stuff.

Once it goes into the non-profit, it can't just be taken out outside of their mission as a straight disbursement. But it's a non-issue here... this wasn't a MoP auction really... this was a Mr Weeks + MoP miscellaneous item auction.

#4322 2 years ago
Quoted from D-Gottlieb:

When we worked on machines on the "tech days" John provided lunch and drinks. There was always an hour or two at the end of the day to play any of the machines, as well. We felt well taken care of. It was a great run. I am very happy to have been a part of it..

That sounds like a great time. I always loved going there and playing machine after machine. I like playing the paltry three that I have too. But I like working on them even more. I definitely spend more of my free time dinking around with them than playing them. I like to get into them, figure out how they work, tear down steppers, fix and tweak everything little thing. It’s an enjoyable thing to do for me. So yeah, if I had that opportunity I’d do the same and wouldn’t care a thing about getting something for it, because the work itself is the payment. A bit of pizza and beer would be frosting on the cake.

#4323 2 years ago

In addition to free lunch, free play at the end of the day, free admission to events, free t-shirts and hoodies, etc. John also treated all the volunteers and their families to a tech appreciation night the summer before the pandemic. John was more than generous to us and we would have done it just for the opportunity to work on those machines and learn new things from the other techs. I’m grateful he and Chuck kept it going as long as they did. I don’t regret a single minute of the rime I spend at the MoP.

#4324 2 years ago
Quoted from cait001:I tried to find this but the only article was some bitcoin interview where he mentions he is going to start one. Did it ever happen? Is it in progress?

From his post, he said it is open: Aspire Arcade, 1717 S. Decatur Blvd, open Fri-Sun. He also said something about looking for a larger space?

#4325 2 years ago
Quoted from Quartermaster:

Just a little lighthearted story for anyone who's not totally exhausted.
In 1975 my partners and I built and opened Noah's Arkade in the La Mirada Mall, in La Mirada California.
During our 14 year run some of our patrons included many of today's collectors and aficionados, among them were the honorable Mr. John Weeks himself, also a young Chuck Casey, and Kevin Glass, to mention just a few. If you were there also you'll have to shout out.
Anyway I was inspired by EricPinballFan's purchase of the Allied Leisure "Monte Carlo" (congrats Eric) The arcade was 3650 sq ft with roughly 90 to 100 games and Monte Carlo was one. Billed as a (cheap) affordable game, (maybe $695.00 I'll look through old invoices later) it was a great purchase. It consistently outearned many of it's more expensive counterparts. It's biggest competitor for cheap but productive game was Atari's "Touch Me" (think coin operated cabinet style version of Simon) If I remember correctly, price tag was $350.00 But it made A LOT of money and drove workers batty.
Beepbeep, boop boop boop beep boop beep, all day long.
Opening day was a bit harrowing as the frontage of the arcade was 60ft across with accordian security gates which were at least 20 deep with anxious kids all the way across, literally counting down the seconds, 5,4,3,2,1 they poured in like a deluge and then the strangest thing happened. For a few minutes it was eerily quiet as they were all just taking it in, unsure what to play first. Then all of a sudden, chaos as the sound of Road Runner, Panzer Attack, Flying Tigers, Midway Gangbusters, Twin Rifle, Dune Buggy, Atari Jaws, Space Race (green fiberglass cabinet), Pong, and a color pong called Wimbledon, Fire Truck, Air Hockey, and numerous pinballs sprang to life. Most of all was full attendance on Atari's Indy 800 Purchased at the astonishing 1975 price of $10,000.00 It made it's money back over time.
So when I saw that Eric had scored the Monte Carlo it took me back to an incredible time that I was very fortunate to be part of. It also reminded me of another incredible time that I was fortunate to be part of. The Museum of Pinball was for me a walk down memory lane, and also a chance for me to meet and work with a most incredible bunch of dedicated lovers of the MAGIC of Pinball and Video, and Mechanical Arcade games. We are a lucky lot and many people will never know that "MAGIC" I enjoyed all of my time working with the volunteer techs and the Weeks family, collaborating with the crew on everything from EM and solid state pins to video games dance machines and even the aforementioned Monte Carlo.
Yes I would drive the 109 miles from my home and volunteer my time again in a heartbeat just for the satisfaction of bringing "that game" any game back to life so that someone could experience the things I had.
So, from me I give a huge THANK YOU! Mr. John Weeks for gathering all these machines and helping to keep this amazing invention alive for those who didn't get to enjoy it in it's heyday.
I'd just like to say that 10 or 15 years ago, Pinball was a fading force, video games were losing out to Xbox, Playstation, CounterStrike, and many other PC Games and diversions. My original arcade, Family Fun Arcade in Granada Hills Ca, was nearing the end of it's almost 40 year run, being held together on the strength of Street Fighter competition and Dance and music games. Arcade games in general had fallen flat and there was barely a beginning of a nostalgia driven collector community or movement. Fast forward to today and it's now a bona fide force to be reckoned with.
I credit John Weeks and ALL those who contributed to the Museum of Pinball with filling that gap between the last gasp of arcades and the new emergence of this community. Many of the games sold here would have been lost forever years ago had they not been at the Museum during that period of lack of interest. John, you made that happen. Thank You for letting me play at your house. I will be eternally grateful.
So go out and support those people who are doing this in other places Tim Arnold PHOF, Steve Young Pinball Resource, Michael Schiess Pacific Pinball Museum, Nico Volta Roanoke Pinball Museum, Calif Extreme, Golden State Pinball Fest, TPF, etc. etc. you know, you fill in the blanks, or maybe, HEY WHAT THE HELL, GET BUSY, GO OUT AND BUILD YOUR OWN DAMN MUSEUM. I'll even volunteer to help.

Thanks for posting that. It fills in some history on JW that probably almost none of us knew, re his long involvement in our shared addiction -- er, uh, hobby.

#4326 2 years ago
Quoted from Coindork:

No, not the exact machine I played when I was a kid.
The bowling alley by my house had a Depthcharge.
Effectively the same game, but in a SEGA Gremlin cabinet (same cabinet as Frogger but white).
Sub Hunter was the European version of this game licensed to Taito.
If you look at the coin door, the coin eject buttons are denominated in British Pence.
The American version was basically just a white Frogger cabinet with a little bit of graphics on it.
They went all out graphically on the Euro version, which is one of the things that makes it special
The second variation is that the Euro version uses a two way mirror that reflects a color background (Similar to Varkon, Space Invaders, EM shooting games etc.)
It looks like a color game, but is not.
The American version only had a blue gel overlay to make the black and white monitor "look like the ocean".
The Euro version took it to another level.
Anyhow, my main arcade collecting interest is pre golden era black and white game from the "bronze age of arcades".
I have about 40 different games from this era including things like Atari Pong, Sky Diver, Death Race etc.
This was a real gem to add to the collection and one where I friggin adore the gameplay to boot.
If ZapCon happens again you will see this machine at the show,
My buddy Paul (one of the show organizers) has asked my to do a black and white game exhibit when the show opens back up and I'm really looking forward to that.

Europe had Depthcharge also. Sub Hunter is Taito Japan. Europe and Australia, and other areas probably all had the option of getting one from a Taito distributor.

#4327 2 years ago
Quoted from j_m_:

475 The Thunderbirds Pinball Machine Home Pin $4,500

Wow. This might be the first sale of this game ... ever!

#4328 2 years ago
Quoted from Quartermaster:

Just a little lighthearted story for anyone who's not totally exhausted.
In 1975 my partners and I built and opened Noah's Arkade in the La Mirada Mall, in La Mirada California.
During our 14 year run some of our patrons included many of today's collectors and aficionados, among them were the honorable Mr. John Weeks himself, also a young Chuck Casey, and Kevin Glass, to mention just a few. If you were there also you'll have to shout out.
Anyway I was inspired by EricPinballFan's purchase of the Allied Leisure "Monte Carlo" (congrats Eric) The arcade was 3650 sq ft with roughly 90 to 100 games and Monte Carlo was one. Billed as a (cheap) affordable game, (maybe $695.00 I'll look through old invoices later) it was a great purchase. It consistently outearned many of it's more expensive counterparts. It's biggest competitor for cheap but productive game was Atari's "Touch Me" (think coin operated cabinet style version of Simon) If I remember correctly, price tag was $350.00 But it made A LOT of money and drove workers batty.
Beepbeep, boop boop boop beep boop beep, all day long.
Opening day was a bit harrowing as the frontage of the arcade was 60ft across with accordian security gates which were at least 20 deep with anxious kids all the way across, literally counting down the seconds, 5,4,3,2,1 they poured in like a deluge and then the strangest thing happened. For a few minutes it was eerily quiet as they were all just taking it in, unsure what to play first. Then all of a sudden, chaos as the sound of Road Runner, Panzer Attack, Flying Tigers, Midway Gangbusters, Twin Rifle, Dune Buggy, Atari Jaws, Space Race (green fiberglass cabinet), Pong, and a color pong called Wimbledon, Fire Truck, Air Hockey, and numerous pinballs sprang to life. Most of all was full attendance on Atari's Indy 800 Purchased at the astonishing 1975 price of $10,000.00 It made it's money back over time.
So when I saw that Eric had scored the Monte Carlo it took me back to an incredible time that I was very fortunate to be part of. It also reminded me of another incredible time that I was fortunate to be part of. The Museum of Pinball was for me a walk down memory lane, and also a chance for me to meet and work with a most incredible bunch of dedicated lovers of the MAGIC of Pinball and Video, and Mechanical Arcade games. We are a lucky lot and many people will never know that "MAGIC" I enjoyed all of my time working with the volunteer techs and the Weeks family, collaborating with the crew on everything from EM and solid state pins to video games dance machines and even the aforementioned Monte Carlo.
Yes I would drive the 109 miles from my home and volunteer my time again in a heartbeat just for the satisfaction of bringing "that game" any game back to life so that someone could experience the things I had.
So, from me I give a huge THANK YOU! Mr. John Weeks for gathering all these machines and helping to keep this amazing invention alive for those who didn't get to enjoy it in it's heyday.
I'd just like to say that 10 or 15 years ago, Pinball was a fading force, video games were losing out to Xbox, Playstation, CounterStrike, and many other PC Games and diversions. My original arcade, Family Fun Arcade in Granada Hills Ca, was nearing the end of it's almost 40 year run, being held together on the strength of Street Fighter competition and Dance and music games. Arcade games in general had fallen flat and there was barely a beginning of a nostalgia driven collector community or movement. Fast forward to today and it's now a bona fide force to be reckoned with.
I credit John Weeks and ALL those who contributed to the Museum of Pinball with filling that gap between the last gasp of arcades and the new emergence of this community. Many of the games sold here would have been lost forever years ago had they not been at the Museum during that period of lack of interest. John, you made that happen. Thank You for letting me play at your house. I will be eternally grateful.
So go out and support those people who are doing this in other places Tim Arnold PHOF, Steve Young Pinball Resource, Michael Schiess Pacific Pinball Museum, Nico Volta Roanoke Pinball Museum, Calif Extreme, Golden State Pinball Fest, TPF, etc. etc. you know, you fill in the blanks, or maybe, HEY WHAT THE HELL, GET BUSY, GO OUT AND BUILD YOUR OWN DAMN MUSEUM. I'll even volunteer to help.

Thanks for posting that. It fills in some history on JW that probably almost none of us knew, re his long involvement in our shared addiction -- er, uh, hobby.

Quoted from vicjw66:

When I worked for my dad during the summer I would go to the Family Fun arcade during my lunch break. Good times. The last time I went there was around 2004. I drove by and was surprised it was still open. Pretty much every arcade had closed down by then. I talked to a guy that worked there for a bit. He said he had a prototype Earthshaker (where the building drops down). I tried to buy it from him but he said it was not for sale. Was that you?

There was (at least until the pandemic struck) an arcade out this way in Vista or San Marcos, called Tilt!, next to some mall anchor stores that might not still be there either. Despite the name, it had just 2 or 3 pins, most of the coin-ops there being video stuff or redemption games. Mostly the latter. Anyway, I don't think I ever got to meet the guy who owned the pins -- who may not have been the owner of Tilt! itself -- but he had some choice pins that he rotated into "his" portion of the floor, and he also worked on them in a back room. I did inquire about purchasing at least one of them, but they were usually not for sale. That said, he did occasionally post a for sale sign with a price listed on others. Tilt! was where I would go to play Centaur, since I had never seen one in the wild earlier in its history or in mine, and where I decided that I needed to get one, which I eventually did.

#4329 2 years ago
Quoted from GroggyFrogFace:

From his post, he said it is open: Aspire Arcade, 1717 S. Decatur Blvd, open Fri-Sun. He also said something about looking for a larger space?

Besides Tim's PHOF, there was another (open sometimes) venue in LV that I went to several times. Not the guy who had a place with a nice collection and was open for awhile, but packed everything up and was said to have gone back to Australia with it. I never got to see that one, unfortunately. I'm referring to the place that used to be in a strip mall right near McCarran airport, but relocated to another spot close to half an hour away. Never did get to see their subsequent location. They also had a nice collection, and were very welcoming to visitors. Can't recall the name of it just now, but they had a website and a newsletter. I hope they are still functioning, somewhere in that area.

[Just pulled an old business card of theirs: the name was Flipperspiel.]

#4330 2 years ago

There are so many folks lamenting the end of tech days at the museum, but fear not! If you live in the Northeast and wish to volunteer endless days tinkering and repairing machines, you are more than welcome to come to the Wow! Arcade and work on my games!

I’m there every day, shoot me a PM!

#4331 2 years ago
Quoted from Quartermaster:

Family Fun Arcade in Granada Hills Ca

Oh, wow! I remember that one! For some reason, my dad always took me to the one in Panorama City..."USA Arcade"?

#4332 2 years ago
Quoted from TimO:

In addition to free lunch, free play at the end of the day, free admission to events, free t-shirts and hoodies, etc. John also treated all the volunteers and their families to a tech appreciation night the summer before the pandemic. John was more than generous to us and we would have done it just for the opportunity to work on those machines and learn new things from the other techs. I’m grateful he and Chuck kept it going as long as they did. I don’t regret a single minute of the rime I spend at the MoP.

Quoted from D-Gottlieb:

When we worked on machines on the "tech days" John provided lunch and drinks. There was always an hour or two at the end of the day to play any of the machines as well. We felt well taken care of. It was a great run. I am very happy to have been a part of it..

Good to hear.

#4333 2 years ago

Well, bad news update to my post #4328, but hardly a surprise.

https://www.yelp.com/biz/tilt-carlsbad

The fact that it no longer showed in the area's PinballMap was a strong indication. Yelp is a good place to check on whether a restaurant or other business still exists, and they keep the info online for a good while. I'm thinking it would have been a major challenge to keep a place like this going, even without any pandemic.

#4334 2 years ago
Quoted from vicjw66:

For all the volunteers and people who donated parts and games and your time to a good cause, I keep hearing you sing the praises of Mr. Weeks and the museum. But I haven’t heard from any of you if he has shown his gratitude for your sacrifices.. When you were all fixing his games for free, did he at least buy you pizza and beer? After he gave up on the museum, did he at the minimum thank you guys or hold a party? I hope so.
I just know that if I were in his shoes, after this incredible windfall, I would at least make a donation to the Human Fund in your name.

Yep. He provided food for the tech events. We even had a open to all techs, friends, and family, day a few years ago. We didn't have a going away event, but I believe that was more do to other factors he could not control (insurance and permits) and scheduling issues.

Just to sum up about what I stated many pages ago, with all the cost associated with running the place for 7 years, and all cross countries trips John made tracking down games, I do not think he is making a "windfall". I have not seen his books at all, but I and many others close to him, fell he is around breaking even on this dream of his.

#4335 2 years ago
Quoted from Quartermaster:

Just a little lighthearted story for anyone who's not totally exhausted.
In 1975 my partners and I built and opened Noah's Arkade in the La Mirada Mall, in La Mirada California.
During our 14 year run some of our patrons included many of today's collectors and aficionados, among them were the honorable Mr. John Weeks himself, also a young Chuck Casey, and Kevin Glass, to mention just a few. If you were there also you'll have to shout out.
Anyway I was inspired by EricPinballFan's purchase of the Allied Leisure "Monte Carlo" (congrats Eric) The arcade was 3650 sq ft with roughly 90 to 100 games and Monte Carlo was one. Billed as a (cheap) affordable game, (maybe $695.00 I'll look through old invoices later) it was a great purchase. It consistently outearned many of it's more expensive counterparts. It's biggest competitor for cheap but productive game was Atari's "Touch Me" (think coin operated cabinet style version of Simon) If I remember correctly, price tag was $350.00 But it made A LOT of money and drove workers batty.
Beepbeep, boop boop boop beep boop beep, all day long.
Opening day was a bit harrowing as the frontage of the arcade was 60ft across with accordian security gates which were at least 20 deep with anxious kids all the way across, literally counting down the seconds, 5,4,3,2,1 they poured in like a deluge and then the strangest thing happened. For a few minutes it was eerily quiet as they were all just taking it in, unsure what to play first. Then all of a sudden, chaos as the sound of Road Runner, Panzer Attack, Flying Tigers, Midway Gangbusters, Twin Rifle, Dune Buggy, Atari Jaws, Space Race (green fiberglass cabinet), Pong, and a color pong called Wimbledon, Fire Truck, Air Hockey, and numerous pinballs sprang to life. Most of all was full attendance on Atari's Indy 800 Purchased at the astonishing 1975 price of $10,000.00 It made it's money back over time.
So when I saw that Eric had scored the Monte Carlo it took me back to an incredible time that I was very fortunate to be part of. It also reminded me of another incredible time that I was fortunate to be part of. The Museum of Pinball was for me a walk down memory lane, and also a chance for me to meet and work with a most incredible bunch of dedicated lovers of the MAGIC of Pinball and Video, and Mechanical Arcade games. We are a lucky lot and many people will never know that "MAGIC" I enjoyed all of my time working with the volunteer techs and the Weeks family, collaborating with the crew on everything from EM and solid state pins to video games dance machines and even the aforementioned Monte Carlo.
Yes I would drive the 109 miles from my home and volunteer my time again in a heartbeat just for the satisfaction of bringing "that game" any game back to life so that someone could experience the things I had.
So, from me I give a huge THANK YOU! Mr. John Weeks for gathering all these machines and helping to keep this amazing invention alive for those who didn't get to enjoy it in it's heyday.
I'd just like to say that 10 or 15 years ago, Pinball was a fading force, video games were losing out to Xbox, Playstation, CounterStrike, and many other PC Games and diversions. My original arcade, Family Fun Arcade in Granada Hills Ca, was nearing the end of it's almost 40 year run, being held together on the strength of Street Fighter competition and Dance and music games. Arcade games in general had fallen flat and there was barely a beginning of a nostalgia driven collector community or movement. Fast forward to today and it's now a bona fide force to be reckoned with.
I credit John Weeks and ALL those who contributed to the Museum of Pinball with filling that gap between the last gasp of arcades and the new emergence of this community. Many of the games sold here would have been lost forever years ago had they not been at the Museum during that period of lack of interest. John, you made that happen. Thank You for letting me play at your house. I will be eternally grateful.
So go out and support those people who are doing this in other places Tim Arnold PHOF, Steve Young Pinball Resource, Michael Schiess Pacific Pinball Museum, Nico Volta Roanoke Pinball Museum, Calif Extreme, Golden State Pinball Fest, TPF, etc. etc. you know, you fill in the blanks, or maybe, HEY WHAT THE HELL, GET BUSY, GO OUT AND BUILD YOUR OWN DAMN MUSEUM. I'll even volunteer to help.

Post some pics!

#4336 2 years ago
Quoted from dsbw:

Woo...peed on it.

Oh not the rug man.....

#4337 2 years ago
Quoted from Quartermaster:

Just a little lighthearted story for anyone who's not totally exhausted.
In 1975 my partners and I built and opened Noah's Arkade in the La Mirada Mall, in La Mirada California.
During our 14 year run some of our patrons included many of today's collectors and aficionados, among them were the honorable Mr. John Weeks himself, also a young Chuck Casey, and Kevin Glass, to mention just a few. If you were there also you'll have to shout out.
Anyway I was inspired by EricPinballFan's purchase of the Allied Leisure "Monte Carlo" (congrats Eric) The arcade was 3650 sq ft with roughly 90 to 100 games and Monte Carlo was one. Billed as a (cheap) affordable game, (maybe $695.00 I'll look through old invoices later) it was a great purchase. It consistently outearned many of it's more expensive counterparts. It's biggest competitor for cheap but productive game was Atari's "Touch Me" (think coin operated cabinet style version of Simon) If I remember correctly, price tag was $350.00 But it made A LOT of money and drove workers batty.
Beepbeep, boop boop boop beep boop beep, all day long.
Opening day was a bit harrowing as the frontage of the arcade was 60ft across with accordian security gates which were at least 20 deep with anxious kids all the way across, literally counting down the seconds, 5,4,3,2,1 they poured in like a deluge and then the strangest thing happened. For a few minutes it was eerily quiet as they were all just taking it in, unsure what to play first. Then all of a sudden, chaos as the sound of Road Runner, Panzer Attack, Flying Tigers, Midway Gangbusters, Twin Rifle, Dune Buggy, Atari Jaws, Space Race (green fiberglass cabinet), Pong, and a color pong called Wimbledon, Fire Truck, Air Hockey, and numerous pinballs sprang to life. Most of all was full attendance on Atari's Indy 800 Purchased at the astonishing 1975 price of $10,000.00 It made it's money back over time.
So when I saw that Eric had scored the Monte Carlo it took me back to an incredible time that I was very fortunate to be part of. It also reminded me of another incredible time that I was fortunate to be part of. The Museum of Pinball was for me a walk down memory lane, and also a chance for me to meet and work with a most incredible bunch of dedicated lovers of the MAGIC of Pinball and Video, and Mechanical Arcade games. We are a lucky lot and many people will never know that "MAGIC" I enjoyed all of my time working with the volunteer techs and the Weeks family, collaborating with the crew on everything from EM and solid state pins to video games dance machines and even the aforementioned Monte Carlo.
Yes I would drive the 109 miles from my home and volunteer my time again in a heartbeat just for the satisfaction of bringing "that game" any game back to life so that someone could experience the things I had.
So, from me I give a huge THANK YOU! Mr. John Weeks for gathering all these machines and helping to keep this amazing invention alive for those who didn't get to enjoy it in it's heyday.
I'd just like to say that 10 or 15 years ago, Pinball was a fading force, video games were losing out to Xbox, Playstation, CounterStrike, and many other PC Games and diversions. My original arcade, Family Fun Arcade in Granada Hills Ca, was nearing the end of it's almost 40 year run, being held together on the strength of Street Fighter competition and Dance and music games. Arcade games in general had fallen flat and there was barely a beginning of a nostalgia driven collector community or movement. Fast forward to today and it's now a bona fide force to be reckoned with.
I credit John Weeks and ALL those who contributed to the Museum of Pinball with filling that gap between the last gasp of arcades and the new emergence of this community. Many of the games sold here would have been lost forever years ago had they not been at the Museum during that period of lack of interest. John, you made that happen. Thank You for letting me play at your house. I will be eternally grateful.
So go out and support those people who are doing this in other places Tim Arnold PHOF, Steve Young Pinball Resource, Michael Schiess Pacific Pinball Museum, Nico Volta Roanoke Pinball Museum, Calif Extreme, Golden State Pinball Fest, TPF, etc. etc. you know, you fill in the blanks, or maybe, HEY WHAT THE HELL, GET BUSY, GO OUT AND BUILD YOUR OWN DAMN MUSEUM. I'll even volunteer to help.

Ralph- love you brother. You brought a little tear to my eyes down your memory lane.
I've said it before, and will again.
We as a community were so lucky that John and the Week's family shared his dream, passion, and personal collection with so many around the world. From far and wide they came to the largest collection in the world. Just to walk the rooms and take it in visualy could easily be a 5 hour experience itself.
Ralph, I look forward to see you again soon and have you play that Monte Carlo. Pics coming soon.

#4338 2 years ago
Quoted from Quartermaster:

Anyway I was inspired by EricPinballFan's purchase of the Allied Leisure "Monte Carlo" (congrats Eric)

If you make it to the end you get a free game. The last hole before that, if you glue a magnet before it, under the molded plastic course, pulls the ball into the hole and no free game.

No idea how I know that.

LTG : )

#4339 2 years ago
Quoted from LTG:

If you make it to the end you get a free game. The last hole before that, if you glue a magnet before it, under the molded plastic course, pulls the ball into the hole and no free game.
No idea how I know that.
LTG : )

When I was a kid I always suspected pinballs to have magnets near the outlands, so I always tried to sneak behind the maintenance guy when he had the playfield up !

#4340 2 years ago
Quoted from vicjw66:

I said Warlords cocktail was the most fun 4 people could have playing an arcade game.

I went to pick up a 2 player stand up Warlords and when I saw it, black and white. And saw the sit down 4 player in color, I picked that one up instead.

Great game, popular for a long time. A lot of fun.

LTG : )

#4341 2 years ago
Quoted from LTG:

If you make it to the end you get a free game. The last hole before that, if you glue a magnet before it, under the molded plastic course, pulls the ball into the hole and no free game.
No idea how I know that.
LTG : )

That is downright cruel!

And I love it, haha.

#4342 2 years ago
Quoted from adol75:

When I was a kid I always suspected pinballs to have magnets near the outlands, so I always tried to sneak behind the maintenance guy when he had the playfield up !

Pre Gorgar I often had people accuse me of having magnets in machines. I'd tell them I'll open any game and show you. I also had a magnet similar to what Williams later used in TZ etc. I'd show them how big they'd have to be to effect the ball. I told them that was from the old gambling pin days when players tried cheating the machines and operators countered with trying to cheat the players.

Then I get Gorgar, with a mother luvin magnet in it. Then I go through every person I ever told there weren't magnets in the games, asking about that.

LTG : )

#4343 2 years ago

And more disappointing news, though again not unexpected:

http://vegaspinball.com
http://vegaspinball.com/games
(for a sampling of what they had, at the original location)
https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/flipperspiel-wunderland-in-vegas

So that's gone, and unlikely to return. Makes me want to hear more about this Aspire Arcade . . . even though I haven't made it back to Vegas for around three years at this point.

#4344 2 years ago

Pictures of Noah's Arkade have so far remained elusive, I'm working on that. The best I can do for now is this old school picture from the Street Fighter era at Family Fun Arcade (Granada Hills, my flagship location)

The original sign from Family Fun Arcade, is on permanent display, along with a free play arcade exhibit at Valley Relics Museum in Van Nuys California. Here is a recent picture of our current lineup. There may soon be news regarding a forthcoming arcade event at the Museum. Stay tuned

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#4345 2 years ago
Quoted from TimO:

In addition to free lunch, free play at the end of the day, free admission to events, free t-shirts and hoodies, etc. John also treated all the volunteers and their families to a tech appreciation night the summer before the pandemic. John was more than generous to us and we would have done it just for the opportunity to work on those machines and learn new things from the other techs. I’m grateful he and Chuck kept it going as long as they did. I don’t regret a single minute of the rime I spend at the MoP.

dont even try comparing this with what tim arnold has done for his volunteers.

#4346 2 years ago

Here's Ralph at FFA on one of the last nights, giving an amazing triumphant speech to all (mostly FGC) assembled. Will definitely miss that place.

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#4347 2 years ago
Quoted from howichrgelazer:

I can't speak to pricing, but I will say this auction has finally got me into the hobby. It's been something I wanted to do for a long time, but I'm finally in a place where I can actually dive into it.
Didn't buy anything from it (still a novice and those hammer prices kept me away from bidding). But I can say it got me interested enough to sign up on here, reach out to a local-ish distributor, and start following things more closely.

Welcome to the club.

If by your local-ish distributor you're referring to Chris at Pinball Pirate, he's a very knowledgeable, great guy to do business with. Can't beat his in-house warranty service.

#4348 2 years ago
Quoted from GroggyFrogFace:

From his post, he said it is open: Aspire Arcade, 1717 S. Decatur Blvd, open Fri-Sun. He also said something about looking for a larger space?

The Fantastik Indoor Swap Meet. I was there a couple of months ago and there was a little arcade in one corner, a half dozen pinball machines and some video games. I guess I'll have to go back down there this weekend to see if anything has changed.

#4349 2 years ago
Quoted from Heretic_9:

So that's gone, and unlikely to return. Makes me want to hear more about this Aspire Arcade . . . even though I haven't made it back to Vegas for around three years at this point.

There's a new place in Las Vegas, Diversions Amusements. It's private, only open when having an event at this point; Joe is running one there tomorrow. Has about 25 games I think, mostly Sterns and '90's Bally-Williams. I'll check it out if I'm ever in town the right day. There's another in the works from what the locals told me, no details yet.

#4350 2 years ago
Quoted from Quartermaster:

Pictures of Noah's Arkade have so far remained elusive, I'm working on that. The best I can do for now is this old school picture from the Street Fighter era at Family Fun Arcade (Granada Hills, my flagship location)
The original sign from Family Fun Arcade, is on permanent display, along with a free play arcade exhibit at Valley Relics Museum in Van Nuys California. Here is a recent picture of our current lineup. There may soon be news regarding a forthcoming arcade event at the Museum. Stay tuned [quoted image][quoted image]

There was a guy who threw one of the first festivals and he didn’t have many pics. He put up a post/page and the pics and footage came rolling in. If you build it, they will come! Good luck!

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