Can anyone identify which pin this body belonged to?
I couldn't find the answer, so I am naming it "Buck"
Or Bronco....lol, gotta love the edit button!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ding ding ding. You win. Thanks. Couldn't find it. Since it is an EM I will pass. Don't need those parts.
if its working thats a crazy good deal. that same pin where i live would fetch 4-5 bills.
Well, the pic doesn't show a backbox. Not sure if it is on the floor or not. I don't have space for it or the desire. I currently have one pin too many. Winter is coming quick and I need it out of the garage to fit the Stang.
I'm impressed. However, it does mean that we are spending too much time looking at pinball to be able to identify that old of a machine by the playfield and front cabinet.
Quoted from donjagra:
to be able to identify that old of a machine by the playfield and front cabinet
This one was easy for me based on the horseshoes on the front of the cabinet. I had been tempted many times in the past to rapidly plant my foot over one or the other after an unceremonious drain.
I called him yesterday to talk to him about it and he said somebody ran right over when he posted it and it was gone. Wish I knew who it was. We do not have many collectors up here.
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