(Topic ID: 254287)

I have a lot of Bingo pinball machines for sale


By markpin2013

27 days ago



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#1 27 days ago

I have a lot of Bingo pinball machine A lot of titles They was working when put in storage. They was in a dry place and look to be in good condition If any one is wanting any let me know the title you want I will price them cheap.

#2 26 days ago

Interested in a Bikinl. Let me know if you have a complete game.

Steve J

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#3 14 days ago

Mark, I'd be interested in one if the price is right. I'm not a huge bingo fan, but might be a fun project.
Maybe a Roller Derby or Miss America. I'll holler at you after OGRE.

#4 14 days ago
Quoted from SteveinTexas:

Interested in a Bikinl. Let me know if you have a complete game.
Steve J

I guess as crickets no Bikini.

#5 14 days ago

Machine - For Sale
Used - shows wear, needs some work “I got a lot of Bingo machines A lot of titles They was working when stored. if anyone is interested let me know what title you want The prices are $100 to $300 Ech. all look to be ...”
27 days ago
Blaine, TN
100

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#6 14 days ago

hey steve,

I'm pretty sure the pacific pinball museum in alameda, ca (near oakland / san francisco) has a bikini. I know they have a completely working lido for sale, tho the backglass is cracked. I think they were asking around $500 for it. It's the only one I've seen with a complete and working "auto mission coin divider"

shipping the thing would likely be a few hundred dollars, but I haven't shipped one in years so dunno. Used to be the first was a few hundred, but adding another was pretty cheap via NAVL.

if you want me to check out what the bikini(s) are like, let me know and I'll pull them out of the piles.

#7 9 days ago
Quoted from baldtwit:

hey steve,
I'm pretty sure the pacific pinball museum in alameda, ca (near oakland / san francisco) has a bikini. I know they have a completely working lido for sale, tho the backglass is cracked. I think they were asking around $500 for it. It's the only one I've seen with a complete and working "auto mission coin divider"
shipping the thing would likely be a few hundred dollars, but I haven't shipped one in years so dunno. Used to be the first was a few hundred, but adding another was pretty cheap via NAVL.
if you want me to check out what the bikini(s) are like, let me know and I'll pull them out of the piles.

Thanks,

I have a Can Can that is fun, a Lido I believe is very similar. A Bikini is the one game I think may be a little titchy bit different than the Can Can.

#8 9 days ago

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#9 9 days ago

lido is the follow-on to bikini. It adds the white button to allow you to cycle for the supersections like on can-can. Otherwise it's the same as bikini.

if the backglass wasn't cracked, it would be a keeper game for the museum. With a cracked glass it won't go into the public space, so put it up for sale for someone who doesn't mind or wants to hunt down a good glass.

futurity was imho one of the best features. The problem with OK/red letter is you need high green/red scores to make the OK/red letter game interesting, but if you have those high scores you want to put balls in those colors instead. Futurity lets you accumulate a bunch of little OK/red letter wins and play a max game sometime in the future - even after you power cycle.

#10 8 days ago

If you get the Bikini you want , working great, you can always
do what I did and get a "perfect" back glass from
Coos
Terry K

#11 4 days ago
Quoted from baldtwit:

lido is the follow-on to bikini. It adds the white button to allow you to cycle for the supersections like on can-can. Otherwise it's the same as bikini.
if the backglass wasn't cracked, it would be a keeper game for the museum. With a cracked glass it won't go into the public space, so put it up for sale for someone who doesn't mind or wants to hunt down a good glass.
futurity was imho one of the best features. The problem with OK/red letter is you need high green/red scores to make the OK/red letter game interesting, but if you have those high scores you want to put balls in those colors instead. Futurity lets you accumulate a bunch of little OK/red letter wins and play a max game sometime in the future - even after you power cycle.

Done more research and Lido is perfect for me. I have the only other game with the white button the Can Can. Interested in the game mentioned for sure. I will PM you.

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