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EM : Show us your EM Pinball Machines!

By Rat_Tomago

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#7547 2 years ago

I have quite a few, but this is the last one I went through last early Spring..
Colder weather is back, so now working on another.. (T)

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#7549 2 years ago

Thanks o-din. That gun game is doubled mirrored. While playing, the targets look
to be 8 ft. away. Here's another pin not seen often. Notice the Gottlieb emblem on
the playfield being orange and white like the woodrails prior. The metal rail Flippers
emblem are white. Still need to be gone through, and will eventually get to.

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#7553 2 years ago

Funny thing on Square Head. I have/had one stored for years, and now that you mention it,
I do remember the graphic pattern being the same. No way could tell their color. Totally faded
to just an image. I'm not sure where it was parked. It has a nice playfield but the glass is 100%
black and white. No peeling or lifting at all, just all B&W as if it were silk screen that way..
I do have a new glass and someday will have more space for it to be set up..

#7558 2 years ago

Yeah, that is Hollywood Driving Range. I also have Mini Golf which is a 2 player, so probably
like that one better, but HDR I'm thinking you don't see as often. On mine, inside the coin door,
there's a factory sticker (or looks very much to be) that reads the strength of the golfer (as
pitch & bat machines), but no reostat or any wires for it. The golfer does seem to swing too heavy.
The balls travels to fast up the red ramps, thus not hitting its mark squarely. I even took time and
made shorter ramps, but made it just a little better. I plan on splicing in a reostat..
I'd say good move picking one up if reasonable. They're out there, but I don't think I've seen another in person..
If your glass happens to have issues, I had that one made. Came out nice..
High Falls. Must be NYC way. I'm in Newark between Syracuse and Rochester.. (T)

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#7560 2 years ago

Thanks aahgo. Yeah, S.J.'s cabinet is just alright, but the rest of the machine is nice.
I actually have a 2nd S.J. with a poor playfield and think has a nice appron, but I'm
hoping another playfield pops up..
I once had an extra Neptune lower cabinet and just 16 miles away unexpectedly stumbled upon
a head (non-matching numbers), so I know another S.J. playfield could be out there.. (T)

#7565 2 years ago

Otaku, you had to of dug deep. Not many knew I had a S.J. before here,
and maybe a couple knew I had two.. If I knew about your project months
ago, before you were so deep into it, I would have pushed for you to get
my 2nd just for you to have a tamplet alone, then in time you could have
search to complete the second one..
My glass I guess was okay when I got in the first S.J., but thumps up for
Shay reproducing that one.. (T)

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#7629 2 years ago

Tiger's an Add-a-Ball! Have to keep an eye open for that one. I never had seen that title in person either.
I'd say nice hit picking that one up..
This is that last one that I went through. Needed much work. Took much of this month, but it's
in decent shape and plays well. A couple Pinball Pals encouraged me to make the trade, and turns
out they weren't joking. Very nice Player.. (T)

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#7663 2 years ago

Never played a FAC, but I do like Card Trix and wouldn't mind having one set up again, but presently,
all spots are takin'. Because I have two, I'm thinking about selling/trading the North Star that's set up
and maybe putting in a Card Trix..
N.S. is a nice playing game, but all the other Wedge Heads set up are Add-a-Ball which I kinda prefer..
N.S. cab.'s been redone, and overall is in nice shape..
The Card Trix would match up okay next to Hearts and Spades.. (T)

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#7669 2 years ago

Okay Guys, I'm going to listen to Yas and play North Star more often to try and get the feel.
Perhaps it's a little psychological because to be truthful, (not that I played many) but I haven't
played a Replay machine yet that I really cared for, except for maybe Star Jet because of its
Oh yes, Majorettes is a machine that will always be in the game room. It's nice when you give the
right nudge to light the 5s, but yet not drain..
I had at least a dozen Dimensions and a dozen Gold Strikes but only came across 2 Majorettes, and
it took some pretty heavy trading to acquire this one. Majorettes is one that I do treasure..
Years back, many nice G.S.s I traded for some kinda hard to get early 60s Gottliebs, but finally did keep one, and just
this past Spring I unexpectedly found another with a perfect original backglass (first one I found better than a 9.8)
and near perfect playfield, so I'm thinking about selling (maybe trading) with the one that's set up..
I usually only trade, but I kind of want to make up for what I spent on a Genco B.B. a couple weeks ago.. (T)

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#7676 2 years ago

Do they have a good touch up crew? Those machines look beautiful, and some not so easy to find titles.
I wonder what color the Gottlieb slogan is on the woodrail Flipper's playfield.. Nice pics.. (T)

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#7800 2 years ago
Quoted from Vic_Camp:

Here is a sneak peak at his remarkable collection of Gottlieb wedgheads and other games.

Very nice. I like these kind of pics.
I don't have many Replay machines, but what's the 3rd machine down in
the last pic next to Buckaroo, Slick Chick? I know I have that game.. (T)

#7804 2 years ago
Quoted from oldcarz:

Referring to the 1965 Gottlieb Ice Review?

That wasn't too bright of a question.
I have an Ice Show set up.

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#7805 2 years ago
Quoted from Vic_Camp:

Check out some more close up pictures of Nick's amazing condition EM wedgeheads.

Nice looking pins. Any pics of the gathering? (T)

#7809 2 years ago
Quoted from illawarra92:

Corral from 1961

I haven't owned or played a Corral. It's Replay and wondering what the backglass's
bottom row of numbers 1-10 represent..

#7819 2 years ago

I believe in diversity..
Oh, and a mantel I built last month for the Pellet Stove (Diversity of another nature)..

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#7945 2 years ago
Quoted from BlackCatBone:

It looks great! Sure you want to part it out?

Yeah, my same thoughts. I know those kicker bumpers aren't favorites
among some, but it does look to be a nice complete machine..

#7953 2 years ago
Quoted from Phillips88:

My suggestion is hold onto it and think about taking it to Allentown.

I actually have 2 Guys Dolls where both were in a package deal, and one set up and working. When squarely
hit, those kicker bumpers did send the ball up the playfield..
At Allentown, someone may possibly give you two (true) parts machines for it..

#7958 2 years ago
Quoted from stashyboy:

Stock Car....well .....

I'm sure Stock Car's glass isn't in the best of condition, right? (T)

#7969 2 years ago
Quoted from Otaku:

That is mint compared to most Stock Car backglasses!

Quite a while ago I picked up a nice Stock Car with a nice glass and had it stored since. Never
checking the back of the glass, it was perfect but yet someone had sealed it and after years
stored, spots lifted. It's not a very collectible game, but the rest is nice and had an eye out for
a glass. That glass does look decent except for the whiting around the score windows.
Might you like to trade the Stock Car glass. I have to look, but I think I have a pretty decent
Lucky Hand glass..

#8036 2 years ago
Quoted from PinballPianist:

I built the whole machine from scratch! (took me a year to complete project).

Good for you and looks it was well worth it. Your machine looks very nice..
I myself not so much into woodrails, but I do have a few and have a B-a-P
coming in April. How do you like its game play?

#8097 2 years ago
Quoted from RWH:

Still searching for a nice example of Gottlieb GiGi for my friends Dad.

I have Gigi, and the last I looked, it was very decent. I really like doing trades,
but then again, I really should start selling.. (T)

#8100 2 years ago
Quoted from Otaku:

The moment you drop the hammer on that decision is the moment I'm driving up there.

Man, you're right on top of things! We'll see. Maybe you'll come up with something for a trading piece..
I have the Majorettes set up, and also have both Slick Chick and Gigi, and if I was going to trade/sell
one, it would be the Gigi, although I never played either..

#8136 2 years ago
Quoted from MikeO:

Try and get some play time on it before you make your decision.

Yes, good advice. At the present, I have pretty much all Add-a-Balls set up
because that's what me myself enjoy most. Once I get room, I have many more
machines I'd like to have set up and not sure how much room I have for replay
machines, although should have some. The upstairs' addition has many stored
machines, thus can't finish it off. All other buildings are full. I do need to let
loose of some machines to make room. Like you say, going through them before
letting them go would be best, but because of other projects (non-pinball related)
limits my time to go through every one.. (T)

#8154 2 years ago
Quoted from electricsquirrel:

I love the back glass on Lariat!

Quoted from electricsquirrel:

One of my favorite games to play at Silverball. I'd love to have one!

Back when, I remember picking up a Lariat for $75.00 from a Pennysaver Wanted ad.
Not in bad shape either. Wish I had more room. Sounds like another one I'd like to have
set up.. (T)

#8159 2 years ago
Quoted from Otaku:

You're killin' me! That game is another grail of mine.

Yeah, back in the mid 90s, some days I had up to 6 or 7 calls on the answering machine
responding from small town Pennysaver ads. Quite a few I rejected, but a fair amount not,
and when I returned the call and heard Lariat, there wasn't much hesitation. Withing a couple
hours, a Lariat was in the back of my truck. I got in the hobby at the right time when the Ems
weren't too old, but old enough not to be working any longer and Graigs List wasn't popular..
For these days, you're doing good with the machines that you have.
You have that rare young EM drive, and I'm pushing for you to get that project Star Jet.
That really is where my eyes are focusing. I was with Friends tonight. Alcohol is like a form of
truth serium.. Waking up tomorrow, I won't be so open, but that won't change anything.. (T)

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#8238 2 years ago

Looking for pics? Here's the Gold Strike I have set up in the game room. Last Spring
I unexpectedly found a nicer one so probably will trade this one. Outside of the wear in
the upper portion of the playfield, it's pretty nice.. (T)

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#8251 2 years ago
Quoted from Rat_Tomago:

I swear this machine is pretty rare.

How about a hint. What era, or better yet, what year?

#8258 2 years ago

Nice save!!

#8259 2 years ago
Quoted from Rat_Tomago:

Lets just say I will get inbox messages for the better part of a year asking if it is for sale.

Okay, but is it for trade? I'm thinking metal rail, right?

#8263 2 years ago
Quoted from Rat_Tomago:

I am not going to jinx myself like I almost did 4 years ago.

Looking forward on hearing about your latest when it comes in..
What almost happened 4 years ago?

#8294 2 years ago

Last night I first thought if a woodrail - "Balls-a-Poppin"
If metal rail - "Flying Turns", but later thought different.
Not sure if I should say, but I truly have a strong feeling
that the machine ends with L, and ends with L. If so, it's
a "Wow"! I have one of these that needs much work, but it's
all there and one of these days will get to it. The end of
the week we'll find out.. (T)

#8299 2 years ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Ends with an "L", and ends with an "L"? Whaaaa....?

No misprint. And if I'm right, it'll then be obvious I guessed it..

Quoted from Rat_Tomago:

Lets just say I will get inbox messages for the better part of a year asking if it is for sale.

I'm thinking not even Balls-a-Poppin or Flying Turns is a match for this phrase, but the machine that I have in mind is..

#8308 2 years ago
Quoted from Rat_Tomago:

I sold a Nip It with less than 8000 plays that was prestine and I am using the money to buy a machine a friend found.

If one could sell a Nip It and use the money to help pay for just half of an EM Evel,
that would be a smokin' deal. "But I'm thinking". Mermaid might be the only thing
(EM wise) that could top that..

#8314 2 years ago
Quoted from Otaku:

now we're guessing on your guess.

My guess has been guessed.
Needs quite a bit of work, but I will be getting to
it some day..

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#8316 2 years ago
Quoted from Otaku:

Might have to get you an Evel backbox built beforehand.

Actually Skip (Toomanypins) donated an empty Bow & Arrow back box that I
plan on using. I'll also be transferring the playfields components to another
playfield which I also already have..
Since I had the camera out and could get to it fairly easy, I took a pic of the
Midway Rodeo. Midway didn't produce too many pinballs. I believe Rodeo
and Champ are the only two Midway pins that I have..
Oh, although not on the machine, I do have the knob for the turrot. I loaned it
to someone so he could have one produced for his Flying Turns..

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#8318 2 years ago

Here's one that I have loaded in the lab top that you don't see daily.
I've read only 118 were produced but not sure if that number is confirmed..
According to Boston Pinball, one hasn't been listed on e-bay for at least
quite a few years.. (T)

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#8320 2 years ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

I've seen quite a few of them around.

I had a choice on a trade among a few woodrails, and after talking with a
couple woodrailers, I learned that this one was the hardess one to acquire
(although I liked the look of Gusher better), so that's what I went with. I don't
think there is a true number of the amount produced.. (T)

#8329 2 years ago

Not pre55, but not too bad of one for a living room. The cabs wrapped when the picture
was takin', and actually still is, but the playfield's very nice. That's the original glass
which is like a 9.8, but the rest is so nice, I traded in a new repro. All the way around
it's a nice looking machine.. Not so much into woodrails, but less than an hour away,
I had to grab it..

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#8334 2 years ago
Quoted from aahgo:

It would look great next to Star Jet

Yes, that would look nice next to the Star Jet Gleen..
Sorry about the PM delays.. (T)

#8381 2 years ago
Quoted from Rat_Tomago:

April Fools Everyone!!

From disappointment to excitement again in a blink..
Has to be at least a "Big Ben"..

#8393 2 years ago
Quoted from o-din:

Me and my big mouth.

It's still April 1st..

#8419 2 years ago

If it was an Add-a-Ball, that would mean true "WOW", I would have
to have one..

#8421 2 years ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Like "Y" waste your time and money playing this game! (JR, the big critic!)

Heading out to a Birthday Party, and that put me even in
a better mood..

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#8582 2 years ago
Quoted from gdonovan:

Back from the dead today

When I saw Ct., I was thinking Kick Off which is one
(actually I have 2) that I have. To me, it's a pretty
underrated machine.. Nice player.. (T)

#8584 2 years ago

I haven't had one set up for awhile now, but I remember my main goal was
to get high points, although I tried to get a high score so I would get added
balls so I could get higher points. When it was set up, I played that at least as
much as any other..

#8587 2 years ago
Quoted from gdonovan:

There is actually a Kickoff for sale in NY,

If fairly close and a decent price, maybe not a bad thing to do..
I had a Touchdown also, and like all the others so far, I lean toward
the add-a-balls. I have two Kick Offs, both nice. One is waiting
for a future trade..

#8589 2 years ago

Huge thumbs up! Let us know the differences..

#8594 2 years ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Man, where do you guys find these games?

Could that have been out in the wild!?

#8596 2 years ago

The Jackpot probably wasn't much more than the one this morning,
or maybe less?

#8599 2 years ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Just happened to see it, huh?

Yeah, I was thinking garage, but he did say "shed"..

#8605 2 years ago
Quoted from boilerman:

so when you drive by you could see the shed.

Cool, and good eye..

#8606 2 years ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

My brother once found a really nice "Bristol Hills" at a garage sale.

I have Bristol Hills, but haven't yet played it. It doesn't have many ratings,
but the few it has are good..

#8609 2 years ago
Quoted from o-din:

What's that stuff used to remove paint but leave the original cabinet art called?

People keep telling me it'll take off the original,
but I always had good luck with 60 grit sandpaper..

#8611 2 years ago
Quoted from o-din:

I might give that a try after it gets here.

I actually do use much 60 grit sandpaper, but only on machines (mostly
ball bowlers) that needs a total repaint and sand it down to the wood..
I was only joking, and 2,000 grit is fine, but you do use it on playfields?
I remember years back before Magic Eraser, someone brought me their
Fun Park and it had the dirtiest playfield ever seen. Beyond dirty (really).
After mild attempts, I gave up and used hand soap with scotch brite.
The paint had to of been tight. It cleaned up 90% with no paint loss..
2,000 grit? To make it extra smooth, or around the inserts?
BTW, nice looking older Williams..

#8615 2 years ago
Quoted from boilerman:

a few shots of the sample volley

Wow! What's that meter register? I'm jealous. I'm hunting for #1001 S

#8663 2 years ago

I had to take pics of a Subway and had to move this 65 Bally to get to it..
A ways back I traded a game that I shopped out (Big Ben, that myself didn't
really care for) for this and at the time (before I had Lab Top) didn't really
know what I was getting, but because of its decent condition, and it has color,
I was happy with the trade. Its bonus scoring may be interesting..
I remember the older guy was sure happy to have a working machine (Big Ben). (T)

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#8832 2 years ago
Quoted from Rat_Tomago:

It is my pleasure to announce that the game I am getting is.....

Made in Bally's factory in Jan of 1969 I give you......Cosmos!

That is a beautiful looking machine. One that I had never played.
Thank you for posting. Now tonight I should be able to get a good
nights rest for the first time in 29 days..

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#8890 2 years ago
Quoted from Siderails:

The playfield was really good as received with only 2 or 3 wear spots that were easy to repaint.

The instruction card apron looks nice also. Just took a good cleaning?
Very nice save.. What do you think of Sea Wolfs game play? (T)

#8936 2 years ago
Quoted from Otaku:

from a game I flipped so brought this beautiful add-a-ball version of Abra Ca Dabra home from PinFest

I hope a whole game and not just a head, Ha-Ha..
Many years back, I worked off my 2nd pin from an old Vender (and Friend)
and it was a Team One. Did the same for my 1st pin (Grand Prix) and my 3rd
(Gold Strike) from the same Vender not having a clue what type of players they
were. Turned out I worked off 3 winners..

#9002 2 years ago
Quoted from Otaku:

And your wife for the night

Steve, I'm sure you don't know members wives on this group so it's save to say
that it's impossible that this really could have been meant. But none-the-less, it might
not be a bad idea the next time if for any reason you're a little perturb while you're writing,
to re-read it as if it were written and meant for yourself before you click on send..

#9003 2 years ago
Quoted from Gerry:

I think I'm gonna love this game. The ruleset seems awesome.

Gerry, I'm looking forward to playing this one when the next little festival is at your place..
Busy next couple of months, but with a little heads up, I'll make room.. (T)

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#9124 2 years ago
Quoted from Matesamo:

I picked up this 1969 Williams Kick Off on Wednesday.

Just a little note, it's a 1967 which I also once had set up, and I'm sure one of these days will have room
to have it set up again. My main goal was getting high points. I could be wrong, but I think 56 points
was my high. A great little 2" flipper Williams..

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#9200 2 years ago
Quoted from stashyboy:

Before anyone asks, it's not my game

But my guess would be that the pics were takin'
at your place! HDR was the clue..

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#9248 2 years ago
Quoted from illawarra92:

almost finished gottlieb fashion show,

Although I have mostly Add-a-Ball machines, I do have a Fashion Show
that still needs to be gone through and have wondered about its game
play. And Swing Along which I also have wondered on it's playability..
Flying Circus is another 60s 2 Player Gottlieb that I have but never
played. Of course preferences varies, but wonder which of those 3 are
most liked. Hopefully one day I'll have extra room to have them all set up..

#9251 2 years ago
Quoted from illawarra92:

where in america are you as if you're thinking of selling the flying circus

I hadn't gave it a thought on selling the Flying Circus, but since I
have Gottlieb 60s 2 Player Add-a-Ball machines, and you want it,
I may have, but unfortunately I'm on the East Coast..
I also like the Art Work of some of those 60s machines and liking
Circus/Carnival theme machines, I don't mind hanging onto the
Flying Circus. Another one some day I'm sure I'll be able to get to..

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#9352 2 years ago

Finally got around to pull this out (Odin was the persuader),
and when I parked this many years back, it had the chunk missing
from the top left corner, but no other missing paint, and even more so,
no other crackage (?), but I did already have planned on having another glass
Considering how mushroomed (that I just noticed today) the plunger is,
the playfield's very decent. Those trapped doors could very possibly make this
machine an interesting player..

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#9354 2 years ago

While the camera was out, and the Dolly (no 36-24-36) in my hands, I took a pic
of Swing Times head. Cab. was painted, but with a very nice playfield, I couldn't say
no for $50.00 The lower cab's someplace (not too far away)..

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#9356 2 years ago

While still moving some machines around, took a snap of Friendship's playfield.
I lost track after the first 4, but this has to be one of the first 10 machines that
I owned. I went through it back in the early 90s before I knew about buying new
rubbers, so I cleaned used rubbers that I got from an old local vender..
Someday I'll once again have her in a line up someplace..
Also a Loop the Loop that has a nice playfield. The coin door was held closed
with Froggers Tape when I got it in, so I left the somewhat dusty playfield glass

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#9357 2 years ago

Being the last one in another row and didn't have time to pull out
any other machines, I did a little climbing and too this pic..
Only knowing that it was in a different cabinet, and with very little clues,
(if it was "Name this Tune", it would be like 2 notes), JR cleverly guessed
it to be in a Skill Pool cabinet, and after looking it up, I believe him to
be right..

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#9358 2 years ago
Quoted from o-din:

You can send that one too.

If Metal Detecting ever becomes my only hobby,
there will be a Greyhound Bus, Westernly bound, with standing
room only..

#9360 2 years ago
Quoted from gdonovan:

Looks like a fun pin! One day I too will own a Williams wood rail.

I'm also thinking it may be an enjoyful pin. 1 of (I believe) only 3 woodrail
Williams pins that I have, but looks maybe to be the one mostly not seen..
Here's another Head that I moved today. I had forgotten how heavy (for a head)
this one is..

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#9398 2 years ago
Quoted from D-Gottlieb:

Can you have aab on a multi player Gottlieb em??

Quoted from AlexF:

Sure, there are a few. Pleasure Isle, Big Top and Lariat. Maybe more.

And there's also Hyde Park which I made a trade for and will be picking up before long..
I'm a little exited about this one. Mr. Pinball list it as the Italian Add-a-Ball version
of Mayfair (Has some Italian writing on the backglass), but the one that I'm acquiring
is an U.S. version and finding out not many around. IPDB is interesting in pics,
so once it's in, I'll be posting a few.. (T)

#9424 2 years ago
Quoted from heatwave:

Thought If I ever find one I'll work on it and give it to him.

Years back, when I first got Swing Time in, I went through it and it was a
nice little add-a-ball player. Hopefully someday I'll be able to have it set back
Add-a-Ball in Illinois in the early 60s. Must have never left the state..

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#9445 2 years ago
Quoted from o-din:

This machine is lovely even as it sits.

Never knew Beat the Clock was Multi-Ball. Interesting..
Looks like she'll fit nice with your other Gems.. (T)

#9453 2 years ago

I had the camera out, so I took a couple pics of the Challenger.
I don't consider it being a great player, but it's plenty unique enough
to keep it set up in the game room, and it does get played during

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#9455 2 years ago
Quoted from AlexF:

Ooh, Genco Basketball in the background...

Alex, once you sell your C.C. Basketball, look for one of these.
The Jumbo 10 Strike is a cool player, but from the 4 manikin
machines that I have, none compete (playability wise) to the

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#9459 2 years ago
Quoted from NoQuarters:

Even looks like your floor too Alex...

That's the best thing about Alex's Game Room. The floor..
"Only Joking". If I could jump in a time capsule that would
take me to any game room I wished in 15 seconds, Alexs
would be my first stop. Beautiful vintage set up.. (T)

#9462 2 years ago
Quoted from hoov:

Nice collection Mopar!

Thanks, and you're not alone. I also have a
few of the Wedge Heads set up including what
looks to be one of your favorites.. (T)

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#9541 2 years ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

be aware that there was a run of them that looked great except that they forgot to screen the word "tilt" on it!

That I hadn't known. I have a Flipper Fair glass from the last run, and
one from an earlier run, and took a look, and neither have the word "Tilt".
Also, a while back, Jon (Canada) e-mailed me and asked if I would look at
the flesh tone on the glass. He said that his repro (the most recent) had
no flesh tone. I compared the two and the earlier repro does have light
skin flesh tone, and the most recent repro is pretty much white..
I'll have to check the original glass and see about added Tilt to the
BTW, I posted this elsewhere, but maybe this may be the best place
to check if anyone has either version (Italian or U.S.) of this game.
If so, I'd have interest in hearing.. (T)

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#9568 2 years ago

Well, since today's a little misty here in Upstate, I took time and moved a few
machines around to get to Lariats lower cab. which Jay had said that he wouldn't
mind a few additional pics of. So I also took the time to take a few pics of some other
machines that I had pulled out..
Not a pinball, but a Bingo type gambling machine from I'd have to say the 50s.
It has wooden legs. I always hung onto it because it was made in somewhat neighboring
Ithaca, N.Y. which is around 1.5 hrs. from me..
I'll most likely get to it when the day comes when I have additional time on my hands..

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#9569 2 years ago

I have a couple of the Bally EM Black Jacks which is pretty low production, but
this Williams from 1960 may be scene even less. The cab.s been painted, but with
the original having such a plan paint scheme, wouldn't be too much of a problem
bringing it back..
I'm thinking one day I'll be as far as I can get with my outdoor projects and will
primarily be working on machines..

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#9570 2 years ago

Since this ones in pretty decent shape and also have heard that it's
a decent player, I someday plan on having this one set up..

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#9571 2 years ago

This one certainly isn't in superb condition, but being Williams first Add-a-Ball,
I'm pleased to have it..
Years back, a run of I believe 12 glasses were made and a couple guys talked
him into not making it Skill Ball, but Add-a-Ball which was its first name (a few
machines did get produce with that title) until Gottlieb caught wind and quickly
did not allow it..
Since the machine that I have is not one of the much rarer original early production
runs of Skill Ball with the Add-a-Ball title, I wish he had done it Skill Ball..

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#9572 2 years ago

Then I got to the Lariat. It's certainly not mint, but being one of Gottliebs true
2 player Add-a-Balls from the 60s, it's plenty good enough for me and honored
to have one..
I'll be sending Jay a couple of the inside pics which IPDB was lacking.. (T)

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#9605 2 years ago

Good deal on picking up the Hi Diver..
And I also noticed that beautiful Space Ship.
If you were closer, I'd offer a restored Ball Bowler
in and out. Not saying you'd take it, but I'd be stepping
up to the plate.. (T)

1 month later
#9848 2 years ago
Quoted from illawarra92:

firstly it has the most amazing story behind it.

JR and I are working on a possible trading deal. I wouldn't mind
hearing the story..

2 weeks later
#9869 1 year ago
Quoted from gdonovan:

1958 Double Action.

Now that I think about it, I don't think I have one
Gottlieb 2 Player Woodrail. Nice colorful game!

#9891 1 year ago
Quoted from TICTAC:

With my Joker Poker:

I haven't posted too many pins here,
but I'll toast to that..

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#9903 1 year ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

A pair of "Jacks".

Two of my favorite Wedge Heads..

#9925 1 year ago
Quoted from singlezero:

which is my favourite wedgehead of all time .

I too like Majorettes, but recently I've been going to the Subway (when I do play),
and also Diamond Jack..
Not very often (if ever) do I see a League Leader in a game room. I have that and
Scientific Machine "Batting Practice", and if I trade off one, I'm thinking the
Batting Practice and hang on to (what I believe) the rarer League Leader..
How do you like it's game play? I'm thinking I never had the opportunity to ask
anyone till now.. (T)

#9927 1 year ago
Quoted from singlezero:

and it is functional except the catch is missing for the ball release on the top of the conveyor belt?

That's all your machine needs is the ball release?
I never had my opened. I'll see about getting to the
back of it and see what type of release it has. Has to
be like a springy metal flap. Maybe something I'll be
ably to form..
Mine will be needed quite a bit of work. Much is frozen,
but I've been there many times before. It won't be
anything new..

#9934 1 year ago

I'm feeling left out. I might have to set up my other 2 Cowpokes..
Although I should have takin' a pic when two 28' MBA Ball Bowlers
were in the basement. That actually happened twice at two different

#9962 1 year ago
Quoted from stashyboy:

Really happy with the results and fun game.

Nice job and nice game for the game room..

1 week later
#10051 1 year ago

Enjoyful pics. I'm not sure if I had ever seen a Carnival..

#10066 1 year ago
Quoted from Vic_Camp:

25 Gottlieb wedgeheads.

Now that's my type of Game Room! Looks like you pretty much have them
all. Or might there be 1 or 2 you still may have an eye out for?

3 weeks later
#10108 1 year ago
Quoted from Ballypin:

these 2 Bally zipper flipper games.

Nice! I never remember playing a Doggies. "Cactus Juice Score"? Maybe interesting..

#10110 1 year ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

One "g" in "Dogies".

I knew that after I wrote it, but not knowing which one to take
away, and not wanting to take any chances, I left it..

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#10132 1 year ago
Quoted from Rat_Tomago:

Thank you guys for your kind words. All 3 games are sold.

Sad to hear the sad situation, but once your back on your feet,
I'm sure they'll be 4 others with you..
Hang in there. *Good luck*

#10158 1 year ago
Quoted from Jaymach1:

Just picked up my first pinball a couple weeks ago.

Good deal. Yea, that didn't happen from just a couple of sparks. The guy was fortunate that
someone must have been around to put it out fairly quickly..

#10160 1 year ago
Quoted from Jaymach1:

Hey Tim, how have you been?

Jason, it just dawned on me that it was you. It's been a while.
Nice repair job on that front corner. I imagine a little bit of sanding
was involve..
Yea, repairing these games can take away from other projects, but
at least once you have the Game Room completed, you'll have working
pieces to put in it..
I've been working on the Time Trials (car race game), and now putting
a little time in a stand up grip tester. This is the time of the year that
I enjoy working on the machines.. (T)

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#10222 1 year ago
Quoted from Elvisinmypants:

I was given this in December I wanted to bring it back

Good to see you could save it. Nice job..

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#10429 1 year ago
Quoted from AMX:

Shop job done on my Williams Triple Strike

Years back, I traveled a ways to check out a couple machines with Gottlieb Surfer being
the main purpose. They were in a tiny basement. Although only $100/per, I told them
I only wanted the Surfer, and they said to just take the other one which was Triple Strike..
After going through it, I had a big surprise. I got into playing that machine much more than
I thought trying to complete Strikes (I believe). The one that I had wasn't bad, but yours look
very nice. Good job!

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#10475 1 year ago
Quoted from Phillips88:

Picked up this nice looking Fun Land.

Very nice!!

#10522 1 year ago
Quoted from Darcy:

and this what the pin hauler looked like at 10 to 8 this morning.

And what time was it when that nice looker arrived home?

#10528 1 year ago
Quoted from bkbirge:

Gotta figure what part is called for those creme plastic score reel slots that hold the score reels in place

Nice looking Paradise! I need slots for the same game. Paradise..

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#10608 1 year ago
Quoted from Robo1:

Here is a few of my 50's and 60's Gottliebs. I love theses games!

They are nice lookers, and I'd like to ask. From those five Wedge Heads in the photo,
it probably may vary, but for the most part, which is your favorite to play? (T)

#10611 1 year ago
Quoted from Robo1:

From the 60's Slick Chick is the winner,

Okay, Thanks. I have the same machines except for KOD, (I have Diamond Jack)
but never had them set up outside of North Star. I'm mostly into the AABs, but sounds
like Slick Chick might be one to have set up. I always liked the looks of World Fair, and
although I have a couple, I had never had one of then set up to play either. One day I'll
have the additional space..

#10614 1 year ago
Quoted from MikeO:

Slick Chick will quickly school you on the bounce patterns you want to avoid.

Of course S.C. is Replay, but does it play anything like Majorettes where you have to hit the
bumpers in order with the top one being the first to hit?

#10617 1 year ago
Quoted from MikeO:

Somewhat. With SC, while you have to hit the pops in sequence to unlight them, you also have the targets to the right and left in the lower playfield that will give you all of SLICK or all of CHICK along with the center target above the pops that can give you SLICK, CHICK or SLICK CHICK depending on what is lit at the moment.

Okay, Thanks for the explanation. Although not much into Replay, I also have a Gigi which I
never had set up. I'm wondering if that also is a good player with a similar rule set.
Majorettes, Slick Chick, and Gigi are the only ones that I have with that type of Pop Bumper
layout. I'm not sure if there are any other Wedge Heads with a layout as such.. (T)

#10624 1 year ago
Quoted from pinwiztom:

Would Square head or Egg head count?
or you talking about the sequence required feature?

We more less were talking about the sequence feature, but having a Square head tucked
away, I remember it being tic-tac-toe related, but forgot all about all the pops it has..
I have to get that upstairs addition completed. Just another of a few I'd like to have
set up..

#10669 1 year ago
Quoted from PinballFever:

My United Utah was sold this morning

Before I watched the video, I thought it was a per-flipper machine..
She is a nice looker!

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#10725 1 year ago
Quoted from Darcy:

Have used the rubber cement to bond a 1/4 or smaller section of a rubber band to the inside of the cap.

That seems to be a good solution. The cap still easily removable..

#10729 1 year ago

Having owned this machine and giving it to a Friend many years back, I saw that a fella
1.5 hrs. away (which I still consider as a neighbor) was in search of this title. Here in Upstate
N.Y., Winter like weather has decided to stick around for awhile yet, so last week I refurbished a
Mini Pool, traded it to my Pal for this Top Score. Went through the Top Score the last few days, and
now is ready for pick up. He's excited on getting the Top Score, my Friend enjoys Mini Pool's play,
I'll have a couple bucks to put toward the RTV I plan on getting later this month, so all is happy..

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#10730 1 year ago

A couple weeks ago, I made a trading deal to a well known (and liked) participate on this group
for this pin which was one of the last on my wanted list. Only one left on the list is Space Walk...
And I know, "Don't hold my breath"..

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#10733 1 year ago
Quoted from aahgo:

Welcome to the club Pleasure Isle club. Still one of my favorites!

Thank You, and I'm pleased I'm able to join the club..

#10734 1 year ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Ooh, that's nice! Hmm. Who made that great looking S/I card?

And just to think, I almost traded for yours instead of this beauty.. Easy, only Joking!
I thought the card was a nice original. You fabricated that card, ha.. Good job!

#10736 1 year ago
Quoted from oldcarz:

Your cousin in Pennsylvania says hello.

Now that's a nice looking P.I.!

#10740 1 year ago
Quoted from fingersport:


I have done that on Cowpoke, but 4 free balls..

#10744 1 year ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

"Spin Out" is sometimes referred to as the poor man's "Buckaroo".

I had a Spin Out, and the Guy I traded it to for a coin op Kiddie Ride also said
the same thing..

2 months later
#10974 1 year ago

No Kick-out wear! (Rare!)

#10979 1 year ago
Quoted from ZNET:

I have yet to see a Dimension or 2001 which escaped wear below the kick-out holes.

I've had a dozen or so Dimensions with a couple having very minimum Kick-out wear, and actually one
having virtually any, which of course is the one elected to remain in the game room..

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#10983 1 year ago
Quoted from Grayman_EM:

always great when you find a machine that hasn't fallen to the ages of time

Yes, all so true, and the 2001 that I once had I believe hadn't enough wear to say so. That machine I
should have kept just because of its front to rear condition..

Quoted from jrpinball:

So you've gone way beyond even this:

This machine pretty much was between science and superstition, and way beyond your imagination..
Back in the 90s, I was picking up machines regularly, and I remember not only pleased with the $80.00
that I gave them, but they were extremely pleased to have it removed from the kitchen of their mobile
BTW- I sometimes still enjoy watching Twilight Zone with "Shadow Play" probably being my favorite..

Quoted from ZNET:

However, if you look closely at Frank's game, you can see the touch-ups (still a wonderful example).

Yes, after carefully rechecking, I do see touch ups on Franks.
I had this machine for quite awhile, and probably before anyone cared about replacing the playfield.
I'm pretty sure it either hadn't been on route very long, or it was in an establishment where it got
very little play, or both.
I'll have to check if an old pinball buddy has the 2001 that I once had. If it had wear, it would have
stood out. That machine was pretty much A1 from front to tail..

#10986 1 year ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

this game is just "trailer park trash"!

Actually, this very possibly may have became the case if they hadn't spotted my
small Penny Saver ad at the time. I'm not sure how it got there, but I remember they
didn't seem to fond on it being in their kitchen. Soon after I showed up, one said
that they had never heard of anyone wanting pinball machines, leading me to maybe
believe that to them, it wasn't much more than trash..

#11015 1 year ago
Quoted from gdonovan:

One thing we do for our residents and staff is throw a BBQ party outdoors every month

That's cool! They must look forward to that.

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#11064 1 year ago

Although I have a couple others with nice playfields with one being in the wrong lower cab., and the
other having only an okay cabinet, this one's cab. for sure is the better of the three. I picked it up from the
son of the father that bought it new in 1961. The only thing with the cab. is what appears to be touch
up spots on the lower front head. The son was too young to remember when it arrived to the house..
It has no coin entrance, or a serial number, but has the # 188 under the upper playfield apron..
Also, instead of having yellow and green bumper caps, it has yellow and blue.
Although a Subway is already set up, I'm sure I'll find a spot for it..

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#11068 1 year ago
Quoted from DropTarget:

that's some previous high score

Yes it is, and not sure if you had noticed, but there's a small threaded hole lower
and in between the flippers where a post was placed, but even still, that score is
almost hard to believe even with the advantage of that post. I was told that him
and his Dad played partners alternating turns, and they had that high score..

Quoted from Darcy:

"Home Use Only"? Could the original owner knew some one at Gottlieb, and special ordered the game? How would one find that out? Very interesting.

The son did tell me that back then his Dad worked on pinball machines and sometimes order parts
right through Gottlieb, thus got to know the company, and ordered the Flipper Fair directly through them..
He remembers a Diamond Jack also set up in the basement, but the Flipper Fair was the one he always
kept because he had it since new..

#11070 1 year ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Is that the original cabinet paint?
If not, maybe someone filled in the coin entry openings and repainted the game.

I was thinking the same thing when I first looked at the front because the paint does seem different,
but I wouldn't be surprised if Gottlieb had the coin notch filled in after the cab. was produced and then had
it repainted. I'm not sure about the push button on the front either, but I wouldn't know how Gottlieb
would expect a game to be able to be fire if they hadn't put on the button themselves..
The Son was nice and seemed very honest, but being 58, and born in 1960, when asked some of the
questions, he could only shrug his shoulders.. (T)

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#11071 1 year ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

It's supposed to have daisy caps too, not the starburst style.

With the Dad being into repairing pinballs, I guess he may have changed out the caps, but
I wouldn't have a clue why he would want to do that. When did the starburst caps come out?
Edit: The caps do look in good shape hading 44s (maybe 47s) under them..

#11074 1 year ago
Quoted from Darcy:Great purchase


Quoted from Darcy:

That High Score is almost unbelievable. An average of 21,000 points would be needed on 20 balls. That would be a long game, ending with some sore wrists.

Yes, I agree. Although they partnered up and alternated turns, there would be four sore wrist, and also, it would
have been almost a task keeping track of that many flips..
There is one other thing I noticed on the machine that I hadn't before, so I had to go in the basement and inspect..
On the head, the base coat is 100% original, but the blue and red has a small lip. That I believe may have been redone.
On the lower cab, there's no lip and I'm certain it's 100% all original, and what got me to reinspect is that on the
back end of the lower cab on Flipper Fairs there's three circles, blue/red/blue, but the circles never got put on this

#11076 1 year ago

If so, the operator deserves much credit. It pretty much matches the other
2 Flipper Fairs..

#11081 1 year ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

but the bumper skirts and bodies don't look original either.

JR, being the Sherlock that I know you to be, it would not have surprised me if you had
noticed a bit of wear, yet the gleam of new mylar at the pop bumpers, all adding up that the
pops were rebuilt before the pic was taken. One skirt was pretty bad, and the others were
getting there, so with Wednesday being a rainy day, it's one of the first things that I did..
Also, another thing that I believe was overlooked was the green out lane guides aren't, they're
red. With all the lubing being completed, and the playfield 3/4 done, I can already tell she's
going to be a pretty fast player..
Since the other two F.F.s have nicer playfields, I'll probably hang onto this one for a while and
then let it loose this Winter and put that toward a machine I'm hoping to pick up that will fit in the
EM Arcade game room perfectly..

#11084 1 year ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

PBR now has the original style repro pop bumper bodies.

That's a good thing to know. I have a few other Gottliebs form that era I plan on
going through..
Not minding Circus/Carnival theme pins, I like F.F., and actually, it wouldn't be a bad
first pin. Not only a nice player, but also there's not a whole lot of mechanics to it..

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#11125 1 year ago
Quoted from thestreetzking:

I want more em's now. I honestly been playing my full house more than I thought I would.

I have the AAB version Top Hand and have been thinking of getting a new glass and going through it,
but why I'm mostly posting is back in the mid 80s, I remember spending a few weeks in Dover Plains and remember
this huge massive vintage looking building outside of town. That would be going back toward Albany way..
I still have a couple pics of it on slides. It had to of been something very special back in it's day..

#11127 1 year ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Dover Plains? That's not terribly far from me, and really is nowhere near Albany!

I had a few weeks of work to do in Dover Plains. Every couple of weeks I would drive back
home to Newark which was Albany way, but 3 hours further West. A few miles outside of
D.P. going in that direction was this huge (not Castle) but something large and every time
I had to take a look. The last and final time going back home (the way as if you were traveling
to Albany), I drove in and took a final close up look. To me it was impressive looking. Albany was
probably a couple hours further, but that's the side of town that this building was on. As if one was
traveling to go to Albany..

#11130 1 year ago
Quoted from thestreetzking:

Unless your talking about the old insane asylum next to the harlem valley train station.

I don't remember the train station, but I bet it was the asylum. It doesn't show it all, but this is the building..

Quoted from thestreetzking:

There are a few em's close to me for sale but some are priced a little high for non working conditions.

What's the titles of those games?
P.S. The next pic I post here will be of an EM Pin. Sorry for the derailment..

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#11132 1 year ago

Yea, the slides are clear, but my digital camera's been automatically focusing in and out,
but I'm sure that is the building. Looks much worse than what I remember..
I'd also wait for other pins to pop up to buy..

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#11204 1 year ago
Quoted from chubtoad13:

Anyone know a pistol Pete? Lol

I've flipped Fun Park a couple of times, but not easy to do..
Victor, N.Y. (?).. Years back, have you maybe come to Newark
and traded an EM machine (Captain Fantastic I believe) for a digital?

#11210 1 year ago
Quoted from chubtoad13:

Wasn’t me.

Was just wondering. A couple Guys from Victor traded me a Captain Fantastic for a digital machine,
and they threw in a Neptune's lower cab. Found a Neptune's head (numbers didn't match) 16 miles
away at a Friend's in Walworth. That Neptune I let go, but still have a couple others..

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#11232 1 year ago

The funny thing is, just the other day while I was playing the juke box that I recently got freshened up,
I thought I'd play Cowpoke for a change and did the same thing, all seven numbers. The only downfall
was that I had over 8,000 with 4 balls left figuring flipping the numbers, but ended up with this score..
That got a couple of unpleasant syllables out, which helps quality for Cowpoke to remain in the game room..
Edit: The high score was there when I picked up the machine, and there's a reason why I leave it there, but
that score surely doesn't add up for that machine..

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#11233 1 year ago

I might add, I got all seven numbers with multiple balls, so not that impressive as achieving that
with only 5 balls, but still a score I may not see for quite some time..

#11235 1 year ago
Quoted from Scottflips:

My highest game is in the 9,000's as well. Truly great game.

And actually, for me, a 9,000 score on any 4 digit AAB is a hell of a game..
I rolled Fun Park over a couple times, but as far as I recall, that's the only one
that I had..
My neighbor (an old pinball player) rolled Melody, but as far as I know, that's the
only two in the basement that's been flipped..

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#11344 9 months ago
Quoted from Theo_Ioannis:

I think you need a set of 31" legs...

Maybe the score of 16,630 was from his Kid..
Of course being the first EM, maybe not..

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#11358 8 months ago
Quoted from kangourou:

My Space Walk. I still have some work left to do....

Nice machine! It may be the last wanted pin that I haven't yet acquired..

1 month later
#11474 7 months ago
Quoted from canoncitypb:

Just completed a restoration of my 1972 Gottlieb World Series machine.

Excellent job!

4 months later
#11763 3 months ago
Quoted from gdonovan:

I use Mothers Gold paste wax on playfields, works great!

A Friend suggested to use Mothers Carduba (spelling may be off) wax, so I picked up
that Mother's paste wax and used it on my playground vintage metal slide. The Lemon
Pledge (on the slide) worked better. After letting him know, he said no, you have to use
Mother's liquid wax, and wow, I now use it on both the slide and the playfields..
Note: I haven't tried the Gold paste wax, but I know the Carduba's liquid wax works great
and long lasting..

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#11769 84 days ago
Quoted from MikeO:

no, it isn't washing off either.

I had good luck with Mean Green and Magic Eraser..

#11791 83 days ago

Makes me wonder how many of the once regulars might still be alive from that bar/establishment..

1 month later
#11901 43 days ago
Quoted from John_I:

Someday maybe I'll stencil both games

To be truthful, if not too bad, I somewhat like vintage machines showing their original age..

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#11988 27 days ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Names from the past for sure, but it's a 1975 vintage game.

Girl leaning on Dick looks like an older Tabatha.
Hollywood and Flicker from the same era..

#11990 27 days ago
Quoted from o-din:

how many goofy dudes can you cram in one rollercoaster?

Looks like 14. Lost Lou. Got room for one..
Not many pics (none internally) on IPDB
May like others..

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