(Topic ID: 165407)


By way2wyrd

3 years ago

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  • 15 posts
  • 11 Pinsiders participating
  • Latest reply 1 year ago by Ben1981
  • Topic is favorited by 2 Pinsiders


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#1 3 years ago

Not the character from saw..
The 1933 Rockola. This should be a fun restoration. Now all I need is a Army Navy


#2 3 years ago

Cool, that's a beautiful machine. Can't wait to see it complete.

#3 3 years ago

X-mas in July
Another one to keep you busy....

#4 3 years ago

Oh man that looks nice. Congrats!

#5 3 years ago

Congrats, Jeff.

#7 3 years ago

I hope there are more parts in that box!

#8 3 years ago

BUT of course. Finding the puzzle pieces would be horrible


#9 3 years ago

Cool game, now hurry up and move to Fort Worth so I can play it!


#10 3 years ago
Quoted from EM-PINMAN:

hurry up and move to Fort Worth so I can play it!

by the end of the year is the plan


#11 3 years ago

I love those old rockola pins. That would look great next to a World Series!

#12 3 years ago

This looks like a fun diversion from a standard Pin.Thanks for the pics!

#13 3 years ago
Quoted from Kingpin22:

That would look great next to a World Series

Got that covered!


4 weeks later
#14 3 years ago

Nice World Series, I would love to have one next to my Jigsaw!

1 year later
#15 1 year ago

So, is this the official jigsaw club thread? Anyway, guess i‘m in now

I‘ve been reading a lot about flipperless games lately, the history of these old games is so fascinating and you guys certainly have a lot of enthusiasm! Thanks to bingopodcast for your awesome interviews, perfect gateway drug for me!
Long story short, i now have a jigsaw in my gameroom!

This game has a magical aura for me, so please forgive me when i geek out a bit. I just love the technology embracing vibe of the 30ies, the future seemed so full of endless possibilities and the World‘s Fair and that game captured that spirit perfectly.

I first saw a completely rotten and broken jigsaw in a dark corner of the awesome Budapest Pinball Museum some years ago, since then i secretly admired that machine. Having a beautiful example at home is so cool, i can‘t stop thinking of all the people who played on this machine before me in the last 85(!!) years everytime i push the ball lifter in, it‘s just mindblowing! And it‘s the perfect cooldown after an intense game on Iron Maiden

Hope to read a lot more about these old machines here, thank you guys for sparking my interest in this awesome prewar pinball thing

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