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    #9451 1 year ago
    Quoted from Lawnboy:

    Skee-ball is going to be for sale soon I think.

    If I got rid of my Skee Ball, at least twice a year, there would be
    multiple sets of glared eyes..

    #9452 1 year ago

    Skee ball, arcade basketball, awesome pins I'm totally jealous. If I had to pick one of your games to get rid of to fit more pins I'd be saying see ya to that Chex hockey game. Awesome collection!

    #9453 1 year ago

    Great room! I love the signed POTC print, I had to zoom in on it to find Geoffrey Rush’s signature.

    Quoted from davijc02:

    If I had to pick one of your games to get rid of to fit more pins I'd be saying see ya to that Chex hockey game.

    No way, I’d get rid of one of the arcade games before the Chex hockey went!

    #9454 1 year ago
    Quoted from Lawnboy:

    Here is my gameroom

    What kind of puck bowler is that? It looks cool. I bet the kids love that claw machine. Nice game room looks super fun.

    #9455 1 year ago
    Quoted from seeburg220:

    I have a game room instead of a living room. Wish it was bigger.
    » YouTube video

    What song is playing in your video. Sweet living room!

    #9456 1 year ago
    Quoted from PoBoyPinball:

    What kind of puck bowler is that? It looks cool. """"I beat the kids love that claw machine.""" Nice game room looks super fun.

    Say What?? I hope that was a Siri error. lol

    #9457 1 year ago
    Quoted from ZNET:

    Hey Tim. I know that your collection is also populated by miscellaneous coin-op machines. Two of the three coke machines have remained in my collection since 1985. The Vendo 39 is so nice that it passes the "main floor. . .wife approval" standard, as shown in two of the photos below.
    When I started my career back then, this coke machine was in a remote spot in the basement of my office, a dilapidated 4-story building, in the heart of Camden, NJ. Based on service paperwork in the machine, it was last in service in the seventies. This Vendo 39 is the iconic early version, solid red, with an embossed rib running down the coin door to the front and a stamped coin entry plate. This machine spent its entire life in the building of that basement, which accounted for its remarkable original "time-capsule" condition.
    I used to walk by it in search of old files stored in that basement. One day, I tracked down the owner and was able to buy it. This was years before Sharper Image began buying up these old Vendo 39, V-44 and V-81 machines, restoring them and selling them in their catalogues for as much as $7,500. In the years thereafter, coke machine restoration outfits became omnipresent and prices adjusted downward considerably. Regarding your Vendo 39 restoration, there's advice available about selecting the correct red paint, as you may know.
    The other coke machine that I kept was the Cavalier CS-72. You can glimpse some of that coke machine next to the Sega Rifleman below. As you likely know, soda machine collectors like the illuminated "Have A Coke" lens on that model and the fact that it will vend 12 oz. and smaller bottles as well as many brands of soda cans simultaneously.
    The third machine was a Cavalier C-51, Cavalier's counterpart to Vendo's 39 model. I gave the C-51 to a fellow pinball collector friend. There's also a small Tom's Candy machine (depicted below) which has remained in my various gamerooms over the years, from house to house.
    Pinball, arcade games, bingos, soda machines, candy machines, trade stimulators (not shown). . .if you can drop a coin in it, we love it, right? About the only coin-op item that doesn't appeal to me are the Pachinko games, although I do find the history of Japanese pinball interesting.
    My latest project is the Americoin Fire Chief arcade shown below, which propels actual water from a toy fire engine onto faux fire-blazing window targets. Among all of the games in my line-up, the most popular, for many years, continues to be 1972 Sega Monster Gun (nylon pellet shooter arcade with challenging physical targets and great sound effects) and 1954 Two Player Basketball (arcade), which are side-by-side in one of the photos below. I know that you share my high opinion of the Genco game inasmuch as it's also a hit in your collection.

    There are game rooms, and then their are curators. Thank you for sharing..

    #9458 1 year ago

    You have a Didgeridoo Hero game? Sweet!

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    #9459 1 year ago

    Bar, poker table, cabinets filled with playboys from 1964-present. 7 Pinball, Joust Arcade. Cocktail table with 60 games. Black light carpeting and Dirty Donnie art. Shrine to Bobby ORR and Tragically hip. Lots of concert posters. evil Dead stuff

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    #9461 1 year ago
    Quoted from Lawnboy:

    Here is my gameroom

    Wow, that's awesome! When's the party

    #9462 1 year ago

    Sweet Predator parts decorations

    #9463 1 year ago
    Quoted from rolandthoms:

    cabinets filled with playboys from 1964-present.

    You really have it all!

    #9464 1 year ago

    This was mine this spring

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    #9465 1 year ago
    Quoted from mnroadking:

    This was mine this spring

    This is pretty much my worst nightmare. very sorry to see this. I hope you are able to get some replacement from insurance though I see a lot of stuff on the walls that will not easily or never be replaced. Do you know what caused it?

    #9466 1 year ago

    That sucks can any of them be saved /cleaned up? hoping water wasn't used to put out the fire and you can clean some of them up.

    #9467 1 year ago


    Omg, I can't even imagine.

    #9468 1 year ago

    Man... that is tragic. Hope no one was injured.

    #9469 1 year ago

    ..still waiting for my Predator machine....when's it coming??

    #9470 1 year ago

    Element shorted out in unit heater, started a mannequin on fire, then...Insurance calls everything collectible(pinballs, video slots, 2 year old photo booth, electronic dart board, foosball) and won't pay even though everything is current enough to be on location yet. Their own definition says a collectible gets its value from age or historical significance.

    #9471 1 year ago

    Who’s your insurance company if you don’t mind me asking?

    #9472 1 year ago
    Quoted from mnroadking:

    This was mine this spring

    Oh man that hurts me to look at it. I feel so bad for you.

    #9473 1 year ago
    Quoted from BudManPinFan:

    Who’s your insurance company

    And your Attorney?

    #9474 1 year ago
    Quoted from mnroadking:

    Element shorted out in unit heater, started a mannequin on fire, then...Insurance calls everything collectible(pinballs, video slots, 2 year old photo booth, electronic dart board, foosball) and won't pay even though everything is current enough to be on location yet. Their own definition says a collectible gets its value from age or historical significance.

    Ouch. Sounds like they're deliberately classifying it as "collection, requires a separate rider policy to cover correctly". I'd talk to a lawyer about your options, depending on if you let them know there was a collection earlier, and whether or not they then informed you as to the requirement of insuring it separately.

    #9475 1 year ago

    This reminds me I need to update my home insurance info. Sad to see, good luck.

    #9476 1 year ago
    Quoted from Goronic:

    This reminds me I need to update my home insurance info. Sad to see, good luck.

    Me too! An extra rider is worth it if that is required ...

    #9477 1 year ago

    After two cross country trips with box trucks and a few months in storage I finally started loading games into my new place. I still need to move in a few more pins and vids, ill post some pics when i get the space finished.

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    #9478 1 year ago

    I have a question for those who own slot machines. But I want to preface that I am not making fun of you and I'm just trying to gain a better understanding. For those who own slot machines, what is the appeal? I understand why people like slot machines at a casino - a fun opportunity to maybe win some money. But in a home setting, I don't get it. But I want to get it! So, let me know what I'm missing.

    Part of the reason I ask is because I'm picking up a High Speed from a coworker's house and she said they also have a slot machine that I'm welcome to take if I want it. I feel like I should take it because... why not? But if there is something in particular that makes them fun in a home environment, I want to know about it.

    #9479 1 year ago
    Quoted from mkecasey:

    I have a question for those who own slot machines. But I want to preface that I am not making fun of you and I'm just trying to gain a better understanding. For those who own slot machines, what is the appeal? I understand why people like slot machines at a casino - a fun opportunity to maybe win some money. But in a home setting, I don't get it. But I want to get it! So, let me know what I'm missing.
    Part of the reason I ask is because I'm picking up a High Speed from a coworker's house and she said they also have a slot machine that I'm welcome to take if I want it. I feel like I should take it because... why not? But if there is something in particular that makes them fun in a home environment, I want to know about it.

    What makes them fun is my wife can play with Our money, have the same thrill, yet not walk away with that horrible looser feeling. For us its an inhouse 401K. Money goes in but does not leave. Stack-O-Cash. True, slots Can grow boring and we just get the itch on occasion. An old school 3 spinner will grow old quick but If you go with the Bally Alpha 2 or WMS Bluebird 2 type setups you can Easily swap out the games via software compact flash card to keep it fresh for a Long time. I have Hundreds of titles and it is always an attraction to guests visiting. My only rule is (since I set the internal odds...) if you play with YOUR money I will gladly pay! If you are playing with My credits just have fun. lol

    #9480 1 year ago
    Quoted from mkecasey:

    I have a question for those who own slot machines. But I want to preface that I am not making fun of you and I'm just trying to gain a better understanding. For those who own slot machines, what is the appeal? I understand why people like slot machines at a casino - a fun opportunity to maybe win some money. But in a home setting, I don't get it. But I want to get it! So, let me know what I'm missing.
    Part of the reason I ask is because I'm picking up a High Speed from a coworker's house and she said they also have a slot machine that I'm welcome to take if I want it. I feel like I should take it because... why not? But if there is something in particular that makes them fun in a home environment, I want to know about it.

    They are fun to play, and most slot machine players are addicted to the gameplay. They are addicting and are fun for most. They are designed that way with a lot of psychological triggers integrated into the design. In the home environment....well you won't lose your money to the casino.

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    #9481 1 year ago

    Here is the pre-construction video. Should be pretty different in a couple months.

    https://vimeo.com/240203761

    #9482 1 year ago
    Quoted from Waldo:

    Here is the pre-construction video. Should be pretty different in a couple months.
    » Vimeo video

    That looks awesome as is...great set up! Good games.

    #9483 1 year ago
    Quoted from Waldo:

    Here is the pre-construction video. Should be pretty different in a couple months.
    » Vimeo video

    Wow. Amazing space. The pinball machines feel more like they are a part of the room, rather than dominating the room. Nicely done. Curious as to what you're doing to the room now.

    #9484 1 year ago
    Quoted from japespin:

    Wow. Amazing space. The pinball machines feel more like they are a part of the room, rather than dominating the room. Nicely done. Curious as to what you're doing to the room now.

    I’ve got big plans for it and it’s going way way over budget but I think it’s gonna be spectacular when it’s done. Hopefully by Xmas.

    #9485 1 year ago
    Quoted from Waldo:

    I’ve got big plans for it and it’s going way way over budget but I think it’s gonna be spectacular when it’s done. Hopefully by Xmas.

    Looking forward to see the transformation pictures...video.

    #9486 1 year ago
    Quoted from MustangPaul:

    Anybody have addressable led strips in their gr? I've been thinking of putting them in my garage/shop/gameroomII and could use some help with what to buy. About 45 feet would be needed for what I want to do. Thanks

    You are "Adding " lights ...LOL

    #9487 1 year ago
    Quoted from djreddog:

    Girlfriend finally finished the second wall leading down to the basement. All hand drawn and hand painted.

    Hey djreddog could you tell me more about that Red Dog cabinet?

    #9488 1 year ago
    Quoted from mkecasey:

    Hey djreddog could you tell me more about that Red Dog cabinet?

    It's an old school original MAME cabinet built by hand back in 99 or 2000. Way before all the MAME cabinet kits were available. If was originally running MAME ArcadeOS on a Pentium II, with 32MB of RAM. I've since upgraded it to a newer PC running Hyperspin.

    #9489 1 year ago
    Quoted from djreddog:

    It's an old school original MAME cabinet built by hand back in 99 or 2000. Way before all the MAME cabinet kits were available. If was originally running MAME ArcadeOS on a Pentium II, with 32MB of RAM. I've since upgraded it to a newer PC running Hyperspin.

    Was the Red Dog beer logo something you just put on yourself?

    #9490 1 year ago
    Quoted from mkecasey:

    Was the Red Dog beer logo something you just put on yourself?

    Yea. It's just a red dog tin sign. I drink Red Dog beer and collect memorabilia as well.

    #9491 1 year ago
    Quoted from LynnInDenver:

    I'd talk to a lawyer about your options, depending on if you let them know there was a collection earlier, and whether or not they then informed you as to the requirement of insuring it separately.

    I had lightning damage to several pins back in March, and it also destroyed my 3D movie theater projector and audio system. Several thousand Dollars. But my insurance company couldn't have been kinder. I have a simple insurance plan with nothing special added. They never questioned anything about my "collection". Not only did they pay the FULL cost of all the repairs and replacements, but they upgraded my components, giving me more modern devices (projector, audio, speakers, etc.), and still gave me about $4,000 more than I needed! I have Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance. I didn't know they were so good until I read about this!!!

    I would raise nine kinds of hell with that insurance company.

    Mike in Kentucky

    #9492 1 year ago
    Quoted from mkecasey:

    I feel like I should take it because... why not? But if there is something in particular that makes them fun in a home environment, I want to know about it

    By all means TAKE IT! You can always sell it or throw it away if you don't like it.

    What is the appeal? Well, I have 4 slot machines. I admit, they sit idle for long periods of time. But . . . I enjoy studying the payouts. Pretending that I'm at a casino and what would be the odds I would actually take home a sizable amount of money. I have played one for 5 years now and have never hit the main jackpot. I HAVE hit some serious big ones, around $2,000, and I've had days where the payouts kept me playing for several hours before going bust. I really enjoy watching the mathematics of these things, always looking for a sign of 'repeat' things, trying to see if I can remember any patterns so I can predict. And just when I think I've got it all figured out, BOOM! I'm wrong and lose the whole pot!

    One thing I've noticed, even though the slots are totally random, it seems like they let you have spells of losing 7, 8, maybe 12 times in a row. Then, a stable win/lose/win/lose mode for awhile and then several big wins all in a row. I was told slots at casinos have the computer chips set at around 90% upwards for payouts. The bad casinos have it as low as 84%. I had the chips in mine set at 95%, yet the "house" always wins at the end of the day! The one thing that playing mine so much has taught me is that when you get on a roll and rack up some decent wins, that's when you need to stop, cash out, and go home! It is always downhill after a major run of wins.

    We also have contests where I give each person $100 worth of Quarters to play (and you must play them all) and whoever has the best 'numbers' at the end is the winner. More fun for me, is watching my grandchildren (ages 6, 7, 8, and 9) play. They get excited and yell, tons of laughter and competitiveness, and they love all the lights, whirling wheels and the sounds. I get additional enjoyment out of watching visitors play. Some had never wanted to 'gamble', whether it was considered a 'sin' by them, or they had fear of losing money and had never slugged and cranked a handle on a slot. Since my slots are free, it is a first time experience for them without an 'anxiety'.

    Lastly, they are definitely fun to just look at. They are mighty attractive in a game room.

    That's my "Quarters worth"!
    Mike in Kentucky

    #9493 1 year ago

    Hopefully you won't get them hooked on gambling.

    #9494 1 year ago
    Quoted from Pintucky:

    By all means TAKE IT! You can always sell it or throw it away if you don't like it.
    What is the appeal? Well, I have 4 slot machines. I admit, they sit idle for long periods of time. But . . . I enjoy studying the payouts. Pretending that I'm at a casino and what would be the odds I would actually take home a sizable amount of money. I have played one for 5 years now and have never hit the main jackpot. I HAVE hit some serious big ones, around $2,000, and I've had days where the payouts kept me playing for several hours before going bust. I really enjoy watching the mathematics of these things, always looking for a sign of 'repeat' things, trying to see if I can remember any patterns so I can predict. And just when I think I've got it all figured out, BOOM! I'm wrong and lose the whole pot!
    One thing I've noticed, even though the slots are totally random, it seems like they let you have spells of losing 7, 8, maybe 12 times in a row. Then, a stable win/lose/win/lose mode for awhile and then several big wins all in a row. I was told slots at casinos have the computer chips set at around 90% upwards for payouts. The bad casinos have it as low as 84%. I had the chips in mine set at 95%, yet the "house" always wins at the end of the day! The one thing that playing mine so much has taught me is that when you get on a roll and rack up some decent wins, that's when you need to stop, cash out, and go home! It is always downhill after a major run of wins.
    We also have contests where I give each person $100 worth of Quarters to play (and you must play them all) and whoever has the best 'numbers' at the end is the winner. More fun for me, is watching my grandchildren (ages 6, 7, 8, and 9) play. They get excited and yell, tons of laughter and competitiveness, and they love all the lights, whirling wheels and the sounds. I get additional enjoyment out of watching visitors play. Some had never wanted to 'gamble', whether it was considered a 'sin' by them, or they had fear of losing money and had never slugged and cranked a handle on a slot. Since my slots are free, it is a first time experience for them without an 'anxiety'.
    Lastly, they are definitely fun to just look at. They are mighty attractive in a game room.
    That's my "Quarters worth"!
    Mike in Kentucky

    Next time I’m down Mike, I’ll plan a bit longer trip so I can come by and hit up those slots a bit!!

    #9495 1 year ago
    Quoted from Spitfiren8:

    After two cross country trips with box trucks and a few months in storage I finally started loading games into my new place. I still need to move in a few more pins and vids, ill post some pics when i get the space finished.

    That looks like a nice place you have, how big is it?

    #9496 1 year ago
    Quoted from mkecasey:

    I have a question for those who own slot machines. But I want to preface that I am not making fun of you and I'm just trying to gain a better understanding. For those who own slot machines, what is the appeal? I understand why people like slot machines at a casino - a fun opportunity to maybe win some money. But in a home setting, I don't get it. But I want to get it! So, let me know what I'm missing.
    Part of the reason I ask is because I'm picking up a High Speed from a coworker's house and she said they also have a slot machine that I'm welcome to take if I want it. I feel like I should take it because... why not? But if there is something in particular that makes them fun in a home environment, I want to know about it.

    Go ahead and pick it up. Do be careful of local laws on it, though; here in Colorado, for instance, individuals are only allowed to own pre-1984 slot machines (basically old physical reel types, the exception for "vintage collectors"), the idea being that it eliminates the defense of "it's my private collection" when they go after illegal gambling operations. Some states don't have any restrictions, and a few states ban private ownership completely.

    It doesn't mean they'll come knocking, but it is something to keep in mind, particularly when you have regular gaming parties.

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    #9497 1 year ago
    Quoted from LynnInDenver:

    Go ahead and pick it up. Do be careful of local laws on it, though; here in Colorado, for instance, individuals are only allowed to own pre-1984 slot machines (basically old physical reel types, the exception for "vintage collectors"), the idea being that it eliminates the defense of "it's my private collection" when they go after illegal gambling operations. Some states don't have any restrictions, and a few states ban private ownership completely.
    It doesn't mean they'll come knocking, but it is something to keep in mind, particularly when you have regular gaming parties.

    #9498 1 year ago
    Quoted from LynnInDenver:

    Go ahead and pick it up. Do be careful of local laws on it, though; here in Colorado, for instance, individuals are only allowed to own pre-1984 slot machines (basically old physical reel types, the exception for "vintage collectors"), the idea being that it eliminates the defense of "it's my private collection" when they go after illegal gambling operations. Some states don't have any restrictions, and a few states ban private ownership completely.
    It doesn't mean they'll come knocking, but it is something to keep in mind, particularly when you have regular gaming parties.

    So you can have pot in your private collection in Colorado but not slot machines!? LOL

    #9499 1 year ago

    I'm in Colorado and have several early 80's slot machines in my game room along with some 1930's antiques. All of them meet the pre-1985 code. All of the early slots run on US coins, and the later machines run on quarter-size tokens. Each machine has its tray full of tokens so anyone can step up and play - no cash needed.

    For what it's worth, the tokens keep it legal. And keeping a cup full of coins on the machine keeps it legal. To the point: No one spends their own cash.

    Now, if you control who gets the tokens....

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    #9500 1 year ago
    Quoted from ramegoom:

    I'm in Colorado and have several early 80's slot machines in my game room along with some 1930's antiques. All of them meet the pre-1985 code. All of the early slots run on US coins, and the later machines run on quarter-size tokens. Each machine has its tray full of tokens so anyone can step up and play - no cash needed.
    For what it's worth, the tokens keep it legal. And keeping a cup full of coins on the machine keeps it legal. To the point: No one spends their own cash.
    Now, if you control who gets the tokens....

    So where do you keep the cup of pot?

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