$13,000 raised for JDRF and diabetes research!!

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$13,000 raised for JDRF and diabetes research!!


By Bryan_Kelly

80 days ago



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#1 80 days ago

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$13,000 raised for JDRF and diabetes research!!

Added: September 25th, 2018 Ended: October 10th, 2018
Condition: New

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Seeing as I had a couple people add items to my first auction after it ended, I've decided to run one more. For those who didn't see the first one, here's the link.

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/fa-ugliest-set-of-pinfoots-ever-made

As with the first auction, all proceeds go to JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) in the name of my 5 year old grandson, Gordon, who was diagnosed with diabetes when he was 15 months old. After seeing him deal with this for basically his whole life, I vote him my hero and toughest little kid I know!

This is where your money will go.

http://www2.jdrf.org/goto/TeamG

AUCTION ENDS THIS FRIDAY, THE 28TH, AT 9:00 PM CENTRAL TIME!!

Starting off this auction, I'm donating a Whoa Nellie playfield from the second run Dennis and Greg made. This was back in 2012. I have no idea how many of these were made but I don't think I've ever seen one come up for sale. This one is in perfect condition. It's also interesting to compare this one to the one that went into the Stern gameS. Quite a few minor "assets" were removed by Stern.

Also added is an LED version display from the color DMD folks. Thanks to Randy and Chris!

If anyone wants to add any donations, you can PM me or simply add it to this thread and I'll keep this first post updated.

Edit: New list of items.

1. Whoa Nellie NOS playfield.
2. Color DMD LED version display
3. Your choice of 4 new flipper coils from the lovely and talented Andrew Barney.
4. One set of Pinstadium Lights...your choice of game.
5. Uncut set of prototype Alice Cooper plastics.
6. An interactive light kit from Rock Custom Pinball.
7. A set of show chrome pinball legs and bolts from Pinball Plating.
8. WOZ, Hobbit and DI printed manuals from Kingpin Games.


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#2 80 days ago

I'll start it off. $600

#4 80 days ago

$700

#6 80 days ago

wow nice donation again. Let’s earn some cash again. 1400$

#7 80 days ago

Aren't you supposed to be watching bees or something?

#8 80 days ago
Quoted from Bryan_Kelly:

Aren't you supposed to be watching bees or something?

Have you checked Facebook Live? Maybe he is doing both!

Brad

#9 80 days ago
Quoted from jellikit:

Have you checked Facebook Live? Maybe he is doing both!
Brad

LOL I actually did, Brad, and he's not.

#10 80 days ago

You also have to put up with Gordon pics. Here's one of my favorites. This was our second JDRF One Walk experience . Gordon was a little better than 3. Thankfully, 3 year olds are allowed to have insulin pumps.

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#11 80 days ago

Your choice of 4 new flipper coils from the lovely and talented Andrew Barney has been added.

#12 80 days ago

I would like to donate a set of pinstadium lights. Let me know the game you would like it for. This is a 260.00 value.

Here is the website you can see the product.
https://pinstadium.com

Let's raise more money this time around!


Amusement Services of America
Jonathan

#13 80 days ago

Ill donate 1550.00 to the cause.......

#14 80 days ago
Quoted from ASOA:

I would like to donate a set of pinstadium lights. Let me know the game you would like it for. This is a 260.00 value.
Here is the website you can see the product.
https://pinstadium.com
Let's raise more money this time around!

Amusement Services of America
Jonathan

Current list of items.

1. Whoa Nellie NOS playfield.
2. Color DMD LED version display
3. Your choice of 4 new flipper coils from the lovely and talented Andrew Barney.
4. One set of Pinstadium Lights...your choice of game.

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#15 80 days ago

I will add this. Pretty sure it is a 1/1. Either way, super rare.

Uncut ACNC prototype plastics. Signed by Charlie.

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#16 80 days ago
Quoted from Whysnow:

I will add this. Pretty sure it is a 1/1. Either way, super rare.
Uncut ACNC prototype plastics. Signed by Charlie.
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Current list of items.

1. Whoa Nellie NOS playfield.
2. Color DMD LED version display
3. Your choice of 4 new flipper coils from the lovely and talented Andrew Barney.
4. One set of Pinstadium Lights...your choice of game.
5. Uncut set of prototype Alice Cooper plastics.

#17 80 days ago

Diabetic humor BUMP!

Brad

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#18 80 days ago

New list of items.

1. Whoa Nellie NOS playfield.
2. Color DMD LED version display
3. Your choice of 4 new flipper coils from the lovely and talented Andrew Barney.
4. One set of Pinstadium Lights...your choice of game.
5. Uncut set of prototype Alice Cooper plastics.
6. An interactive light kit from Rock Custom Pinball.

#19 80 days ago

And for anyone who would just like to donate, you can go here. GO TEAM G!

http://www2.jdrf.org/goto/TeamG

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#20 80 days ago

I would like to add to this as well. I missed out on round one.
To the winning bidder I'll send a set of show chrome legs w/our signature leg bolts, make of your choosing (WPC, Stern, or Early Bally/Williams)
Good stuff, everyone!
Chris

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#21 80 days ago

May have raise my own bid with all this nice stuff added....lol

#22 80 days ago

We like Bryan and family, so here is our contribution

(1) wizard of oz printed manual
(1) hobbit printed manual
(1) dialed in printed manual (will ship once in hand)

$300 value

See if you can find my brother, my nephew and my daughter throughout the 3 manuals

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#23 80 days ago

where are we at on this?

Ill go 1750.

#24 80 days ago
Quoted from sc93cobra:

I would like to add to this as well. I missed out on round one.
To the winning bidder I'll send a set of show chrome legs w/our signature leg bolts, make of your choosing (WPC, Stern, or Early Bally/Williams)
Good stuff, everyone!
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Quoted from KingPinGames:

We like Bryan and family, so here is our contribution
(1) wizard of oz printed manual
(1) hobbit printed manual
(1) dialed in printed manual (will ship once in hand)
$300 value
See if you can find my brother, my nephew and my daughter throughout the 3 manuals
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I can't thank you guys enough!!

Here's the current list of items.

1. Whoa Nellie NOS playfield.
2. Color DMD LED version display
3. Your choice of 4 new flipper coils from the lovely and talented Andrew Barney.
4. One set of Pinstadium Lights...your choice of game.
5. Uncut set of prototype Alice Cooper plastics.
6. An interactive light kit from Rock Custom Pinball.
7. A set of show chrome pinball legs and bolts from Pinball Plating.
8. WOZ, Hobbit and DI printed manuals from Kingpin Games.

#25 79 days ago
Quoted from vidgameseller:

where are we at on this?
Ill go 1750.

I love you, Troy! (In a manly sort of way, of course.)

#26 79 days ago

Oh sure. NOW pinstadium and ColorDMD are in!! Lol. No sniper bidding from me this time folks!!!! Lol.

#27 79 days ago

Ok... lots of great stuff... 1800 bid

#29 79 days ago

Ok ok... 1979.00.....

#31 79 days ago

So much cool stuff...and pinsiders bidding!

#32 79 days ago

You all are amazing.

#33 79 days ago

If okay with Bryan I'd like to contribute a couple things.

A Bryan Kelly original artsy fartsy pinball ball in a solid wood block from too many years ago. Bryan discontinued them because of the high scrap rate putting the ball into the wood block. And a silver medallion from 1986 celebrating the Minnesota Twins 25th anniversary. The medallion is about 1 1/4 inch across.

LTG : )

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#34 79 days ago

I would like to donate a 'nearly' complete set of Cliffy's protectors, it includes all the game-specific protectors but missing the right-hand shooter lane and rail protector. If I find them before the auction ends, they'll be included.

Brad

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#35 79 days ago
Quoted from LTG:

If okay with Bryan I'd like to contribute a couple things.
A Bryan Kelly original artsy fartsy pinball ball in a solid wood block from too many years ago. Bryan discontinued them because of the high scrap rate putting the ball into the wood block. And a silver medallion from 1986 celebrating the Minnesota Twins 25th anniversary. The medallion is about 1 1/4 inch across.
LTG : )[quoted image][quoted image][quoted image][quoted image]

Kirby Puckett, Bert Blyleven, ..........Jack Morris, Chili Davis and Frankie Viola (later) etc......

Kent Hrbek, Gary Gaetti and Tom Brunansky

No one remembers that Billy Beane was an OF on that team

#36 79 days ago

Hey Bryan you forgot my Volcano (winner chooses color) Pincup Light.

#37 79 days ago

$2,300

#38 79 days ago

Current list of items. High bid $2300.

1. Whoa Nellie NOS playfield.
2. Color DMD LED version display from Randy and Chris.
3. Your choice of 4 new flipper coils from the lovely and talented Andrew Barney.
4. One set of Pinstadium Lights...your choice of game from ASOA.
5. Uncut set of prototype Alice Cooper plastics from Hilton.
6. An interactive light kit from Rock Custom Pinball.
7. A set of show chrome pinball legs and bolts from Pinball Plating.
8. WOZ, Hobbit and DI printed manuals from Kingpin Games.
9. A pinball in a box and MN Twins silver medallion from LTG.
10. A nearly complete set of Batman 66 Cliffys from Brad.
11. A Volcano Pincup Light (winner chooses color) from Paul.

#39 79 days ago

Here are daddy and Gordon at a Twins game. Did you know there are no carb counts for any food that gets prepared at Target field? Justin has gotten real good at "winging" it when going to restaurants and the like.

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#40 79 days ago

This has always been one of my favorite pics. This was the morning after Gordon was diagnosed. Justin held him the entire evening and into the following morning. The only time he would give him up was if the nurses had to check something.

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#41 79 days ago

Now, he's about as normal as a 5 year old with diabetes can be.

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#42 79 days ago

I would be glad to donate again for such a great cause. The winner can choose a shooter of any size or a custom PinCup for any game. If someone wants a custom PinCup , perhaps something personal or a gameroom name , I can make anything.
Chuck

Modfather Pinball

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#43 78 days ago
Quoted from modfather:

I would be glad to donate again for such a great cause. The winner can choose a shooter of any size or a custom PinCup for any game. If someone wants a custom PinCup , perhaps something personal or a gameroom name , I can make anything.
Chuck
Modfather Pinball
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For those who haven't seen Chuck's work, it's exceptionally nice. Thanks, Chuck!

#44 78 days ago

Current list of items. High bid....stuck at $2300.

1. Whoa Nellie NOS playfield.
2. Color DMD LED version display from Randy and Chris.
3. Your choice of 4 new flipper coils from the lovely and talented Andrew Barney.
4. One set of Pinstadium Lights...your choice of game from ASOA.
5. Uncut set of prototype Alice Cooper plastics from Hilton.
6. An interactive light kit from Rock Custom Pinball.
7. A set of show chrome pinball legs and bolts from Pinball Plating.
8. WOZ, Hobbit and DI printed manuals from Kingpin Games.
9. A pinball in a box and MN Twins silver medallion from LTG.
10. A nearly complete set of Batman 66 Cliffys from Brad.
11. A Volcano Pincup Light (winner chooses color) from Paul.
12. A custom PinCup or shooter rod from the Modfather.

#45 78 days ago

Here's your daily dose of Gordon pics. After gramps washed his truck, Gordon decided his needed it too.

You can see he likes to wear his Dexcom transmitter on the back of his arm. This needs to be changed every 10 days. His old one was every 7 days. This new one is also less painful to install and also a smaller design. When he was younger, this is the part of having diabetes he hated the most. Install was never fun or easy. When changed, it also needs to be mounted in a new location as the tape holding it in place will irritate his skin.

The skin irritation is most noticeable with the pump injection sites. Those have to be moved every two days. He can sometimes look like a pincushion.

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#46 78 days ago
Quoted from Bryan_Kelly:

Here's your daily dose of Gordon pics. After gramps washed his truck, Gordon decided his needed it too.
You can see he likes to wear his Dexcom transmitter on the back of his arm. This needs to be changed every 10 days. His old one was every 7 days. This new one is also less painful to install and also a smaller design. When he was younger, this is the part of having diabetes he hated the most. Install was never fun or easy. When changed, it also needs to be mounted in a new location as the tape holding it in place will irritate his skin.
The skin irritation is most noticeable with the pump injection sites. Those have to be moved every two days. He can sometimes look like a pincushion.
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Now that's a tough kid.

#47 78 days ago
Quoted from MustangPaul:

Now that's a tough kid.

The finger pricks for testing aren't even felt. The needle on the pump sets is relatively small and isn't bad at all. The needle on the Dexcom is a bit bigger and is the most painful. Imagine being 2 years old and having to have that stuck in you once a week. Back then, there were times Gordon literally had to be held down during the process.

At 5, he's so much more matured. He takes most of this all in stride now.

#48 78 days ago
Quoted from Bryan_Kelly:

Current list of items. High bid....stuck at $2300.

With all the great stuff on this list, you could practically bid more than 2300, sell off all the stuff and come out ahead.

#49 78 days ago
Quoted from epthegeek:

With all the great stuff on this list, you could practically bid more than 2300, sell off all the stuff and come out ahead.

I couldn't agree more! And as I said in the first auction, you'll be getting 12 packages from all over the country. It'll be like Christmas in September!

Don't forget, auction ends tomorrow night at 9 Central Time.

#50 77 days ago

I sent my donation out yesterday to the last winner.

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