Yes I love those two posts. I really thought that Data East's foresight on creating the Lethal Weapon 3 pinball machine in 1984 (three years before the first film) would have made them a lot more money though.
Count me as one of the ones who emailed about Pinbot as well. Checked this thread figuring someone was bragging!
Looking to mix up my lineup a bit. So I will have a NBA Fastbreak and Demolition Man for sale/trade. Bringing both games to the Rocky Mountain Pinball Showdown this weekend for everyone to play/checkout. Both games work and play 100%. Asking 2.3k for Demo, and 2.6k for NBA. As far as trades, lots of options there (2 for 1, +/- cash, project machines, all considered), let me know what you have let's see what we can work out.
Looking to add another classics game to my pinball closet, anyone have an Eight ball deluxe (either version), Stars, or Meteor they are ready to part with?
Quoted from Mathazar:
What's the deal with The Pinball Museum in Lakewood? I'd never heard of it before and it showed up several times on my CL pinball filter over the last 24 hours, but each post got flagged for removal. An internet search revealed some controversy behind the owner's past - is that why the CL posted got flagged? Is that place any good to play? Looks like it's only open Sat/Sun 6p-12p (according to their website)?
Didn't they try to do this a couple years ago too?
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