(Topic ID: 240325)

Longest Standing Machine in Your Gameroom


By The_Director

6 months ago



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    #51 6 months ago

    Stern Star Trek. NIB October 2013 and still going strong!

    #52 6 months ago

    Black Knight, 20+ years, my wife bought it for me for our anniversary one year.

    #53 6 months ago

    High Speed 1990. Paid $100 for it.
    I’m also Steve Young’s (Pinball Resource for the young ones) customer number 152.

    Frank

    #54 6 months ago

    Congo. About 8 years now.

    #55 6 months ago

    Getaway. Over 9 years now.

    #56 6 months ago

    Scared Stiff. Bought it in 2001 so 18 years now. Technically it's out on route but I still own it.

    #57 6 months ago

    High Speed. Bought it in 2000. Always been set up and playable. My first ebay purchase.

    #58 6 months ago

    Mystery Castle. I’ve had it almost 12 years now.

    #59 6 months ago
    #60 6 months ago

    TZ 20 years and counting.

    #61 6 months ago

    I’ve had Big Game for almost 5 years. I still have my original game Dipsy Doodle, but it was sold to a friend then bought back. That’s around 5 years too.

    #62 6 months ago

    LAH for 17 years. Got it for $1200! First pin.

    #63 6 months ago

    Gorgar...9 years not sure why

    #64 6 months ago
    Quoted from The_Director:

    Just for fun, what's the longest man standing in your gamerooms and how long have you had it? For me, Bally Doctor Who. Has stood the test of time to stay planted on the gameroom floor for 8 years now. Has seen many, many other games come and go.

    Doctor Who for me too. It's seen TOM, Getaway, LAH, Taxi, WCS, and a bunch of others come and go.

    #65 6 months ago

    Williams PinBot, first game bought. August 1990. 4 years in one arcade then to me.

    #66 6 months ago

    My Slugfest I picked up in 2003.

    #67 6 months ago

    Pinbot. First game purchased seven years ago. Quickly followed by Jurassic park and Tommy. Still have all three.

    #68 6 months ago

    Cyclone... Purchased in 2008

    #69 6 months ago

    Wms IJ. 14 years and going strong. Love that pin...

    #70 6 months ago

    Was Black Hole. Purged all Gottliebs.
    CV is my longest standing now. Prob will always be as is never leaving.

    #71 6 months ago

    Gorgar!!!!! 19 years.
    It was the very first pin I bought. I've owned several other Gorgars in that time but still kept my original game.
    But then again, half2/3rds of my collection I've had for over 15 years.
    I hate to sell.

    #72 6 months ago

    Captain Fantastic 33 years till death do we part

    #74 6 months ago

    Black Knight was the first pin I ever bought back in the day. Not the same one, but it was the first in the basement as well. 18 years later it's still here while much else has changed.

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    #75 6 months ago
    Quoted from The_Director:

    Just for fun, what's the longest man standing in your gamerooms and how long have you had it? For me, Bally Doctor Who. Has stood the test of time to stay planted on the gameroom floor for 8 years now. Has seen many, many other games come and go.

    Game?

    Arcade game is Toobin'. (14+ years)

    Pinball machine is Ripley's Believe It Or Not. (8+ years)

    I don't see either of them going anywhere anytime soon.

    #76 6 months ago

    Bally Surfers, since 1971.

    #77 6 months ago

    I’ve had my Street Fughtet II CE Arcade game since 1998 so... 21 years.

    #78 6 months ago

    The Addams Family - 10 years this month. Many thanks to Mike aka: schudel5

    #79 6 months ago

    Pinbot and Bride of Pinbot for about 20 years.

    #80 6 months ago
    Quoted from Robotworkshop:

    Pinbot and Bride of Pinbot for about 20 years.

    Pinbot in ‘91 and he got married in ‘93 when I brought some floozy home from the AAA amusement auction. So I’ve owned him for 28 years and they have been happily married for 26. Almost as long as me and my wife of 30 years

    #81 6 months ago
    Quoted from hawknole:

    Black Knight, 20+ years, my wife bought it for me for our anniversary one year.

    My wife needs to learn from your wife!

    I've had my Twilight Zone the longest

    #82 6 months ago

    Fish Tales (2157 plays in 4yrs).

    #84 6 months ago

    TAF Dec 2007

    #85 6 months ago

    Pins: TAF and CftBL - both since 2002 and bolted to the floor

    Vids: Wizard of Wor and Sinistar since 1998

    #86 6 months ago

    My 1st pin and the longest survivor is Paragon purchased as a teenager in the summer of 1985.

    #87 6 months ago

    Gilligan's Island and in no rush to get rid of!

    #88 6 months ago

    SpeakEasy-4 since 1985 so 34 years
    Gift from my wife

    #89 6 months ago

    Twilight Zone here as well.

    #90 6 months ago

    BSD, love never dies!

    #91 6 months ago

    Taxi - Christmas 1993 - Ho Ho Ho

    #92 6 months ago

    The Shadow, almost 7 years

    Rampage arcade game just under 10

    #93 6 months ago

    Shadow, first game in 2012, it is bolted to the floor.

    #94 6 months ago

    I have my arcade machine that started it all- an original Donkey Kong machine that I bought in 2008 after watching King of Kong- Fistful of quarters. My wife calls it the moment that changed everything. Lol.

    As far as pinball, I still have an original Ironman machine that I bought in 2011.. I bought a NIB one in 2010, sold it, and missed it immediately. Bought one a few months later and swore I'd never sell it. So many machines have come and gone since then, I don't think Ironman will ever leave though.

    #95 6 months ago

    Whitewater. First machine I started with 19 years ago and I still have it.
    Over half of my collection I have +15 years now..

    #97 6 months ago

    T2 and IJ, my 1st and 2nd game ever .... bought in 2005

    #98 6 months ago

    Got my slightly used TZ in May 1994, then bought a NIB TAFG in Nov 1994. 25th year anniversary coming for both of them.

    #99 6 months ago

    WCS too much fun to sell and it's great when kids and non-pinheads come round

    #100 6 months ago

    Ice Cold Beer, have had it for 15 years.

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