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EM : Show us your EM Pinball Machines!

By Rat_Tomago

6 years ago

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#14 6 years ago

You don't appreciate how heavy these are until you hail them up 2 flights of stairs.

Had to move them up to the "pink" room to make room in my office for Space Mission and Aladdin's Castle, and the Genie and Lucky 7 project pins...


#24 6 years ago

Very nice, Mr. Dayhuff.

Very nice, indeed!

#88 6 years ago
Quoted from SteveFury:

All these are really very nice. Here are my two project machines:

Always enjoy seeing pics of your "projects", Steve!

I recently joined the Space Mission owner club, btw. Got a nice one in a 2 pin package deal.

Kind of over the moon about it.

#150 6 years ago

Forgot to add these two. My latest acquisitions.

#152 6 years ago

Lol, don't know what happened...uploading from the iPhone...

Giving it another try.

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#531 6 years ago

Picked up this little gem yesterday.

Big thanks to pinsider Richthofen for the hookup!

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#594 6 years ago
Quoted from sjohn26148:

I want people to play it - not be a museum piece.

I like your style!

#641 6 years ago

^^^^^ SWEET!

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#1982 5 years ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

This is how the "Flip A Card" turned out. I didn't do a totally hog-wild restoration on it, but it turned out very nice.
The spin feature needed a lot of work, and when I was done with it, it spun like no other I've seen before or since!
I also repro'd the score and instruction cards and the "tax stamp" on the left side of the upper arch.
As I mentioned, it is now part of the collection at the Silverball Museum in Asbury Park, NJ. Still plays great last time I was there.

I have played that pin at the SBM, and the spinner spins like crazy! Well done.

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