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Future Spa Club - Come on in the water is warm!

By Xenon75

7 years ago

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  • Latest reply 22 days ago by Mikespinball
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#51 6 years ago
Quoted from DefaultGen:

The only really big wants I have left are TX-Sector and Vector.

So basically, any pins that end in "ector".

4 months later
#60 5 years ago

Wow, that really is distracting. Sounds like the game is being played in a barber shop.

7 months later
#74 5 years ago
Quoted from Troutfarm:

Good to know. I will figure out how to adjust mine.

Holy crap.....that machine is beautiful.

#76 5 years ago
Quoted from Troutfarm:

thanks! pretty happy with this one!
just replaced all the pop caps, drops, and adjusted the gate to be in the correct position.

Is that playfield clearcoated? I love, love, love this game but I've passed on a few decent ones holding out for one as nice as yours to come along.

1 year later
#98 3 years ago
Quoted from jrobinso99:

Here is my club membership application. This machine was a really nice example I picked up several months ago and just finished this week. When I first got it I was hesitant to put too many games on it since it had pretty much zero playfield wear.
We stripped the top, repaired artwork and keylines and then I clearcoated it. All those large inserts took a while to fully fill and seal. It was 5-6 applications of 2PAC and then the final 3-4 coats that was sprayed. It has new drops/pops, etc. Original spinner artwork was repaired and then clearcoated to keep them looking nice going forward.

Quoted from jsa:

Joining the Future Spa club today. Here is my new addition:

Playfield was a NOS brought into a HUO situation some years ago. Seems to also have new assemblies. I'm new to classic Bally SS so I'm learning in real-time.
Anyone have any idea what the battery with wires soldered into the test pads is about? Is that a thing? (horrified to hear answer)

You guys are killing me with the beautiful Spa's! I want one of these so badly I can taste it. And it tastes mighty peculiar, especially the guy with the speedo and wine glass.

1 year later
#184 2 years ago

Looking for a nice example in the Long Island / NYC area.

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