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Investment returns on pinball collection in home-use scenario


By jackd104

88 days ago



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#26 88 days ago

The trick is to sell for MUCH more than you paid=PROFIT.

Learnt that thar from watchin that screamy Cramer guy

#30 88 days ago
Quoted from o-din:

True, but who's foolish enough to give you more money than than these things are worth?

2 words or 1 letter and 1 word, E BAY....EM's go for 4 digits, HS2 is worth 15k on Ebay, there's an Old Chicago listed for 3k for crying out loud. IT'S A GOLDMINE!!!!! Just gotta know how to sell it. Say things like "fully serviced" when you have done nothing etc. It's easy money.

#67 87 days ago
Quoted from wayout440:

The return on investment is your fun, not your money

And don’t forget memories...ahh the memories.
Like trying to solder for the first time and accidentally touching a wire harness and ending up with a huge fucking problem when you were just trying to swap out 1 coil that was fried. Good times. Fun.

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