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NIB machines that you have in Storage >>>???


By Beez

5 years ago



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    #101 5 years ago
    Quoted from WilliamsFan:

    There was a NIB Alvin G. Mystery Castle in central Illinois still in storage a few years ago....not sure if it is still there......

    Quoted from Whysnow:

    I know 2 regional guys that each have probably 20 and 50 games NIB.

    Some are very old Alvin G, some B/W, some newer SternLE junk.

    Nice. I'd love to get a hold of a NIB Alvin G. It's always nice to upgrade!

    On a related note, I'm still looking for an Alvin G shipping box for my Alvin G & Co. memorabilia collection. Anyone have one for sale (yes, really)?

    #102 5 years ago

    Last of my pin stash

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    #103 5 years ago
    Quoted from MattElder:

    Nice. I'd love to get a hold of a NIB Alvin G. It's always nice to upgrade!
    On a related note, I'm still looking for an Alvin G shipping box for my Alvin G & Co. memorabilia collection. Anyone have one for sale (yes, really)?

    I have a mint Mustang box.

    #104 5 years ago

    I have a solution! We get bigger boxes, and we set the pins up INSIDE the boxes, and then you can go inside the NIB and play whenever you like! Surely a used-in-box (UIB) pin is more valuable than a plain old used pin!

    #105 5 years ago

    Sure wish that Tron was sitting at my house. Ya'll have more restraint than me. It just about killed me waiting half a day to let my wife get home before opening up a machine that came for her one time.

    #106 5 years ago

    This is interesting... Does anyone know if Stern serial #s go in order?

    According to this picture, Stern has only made 4408 pins between ACDCBIB 244359 & IMVE 248767

    I've got all the cutouts from boxes of my NIBs still and those are in chronological order...

    Quoted from sepins:

    Last of my pin stash

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    #107 5 years ago

    Here is my NIB TFTC model. I have it in my office drawer. I got this and White Water from a guy in England.

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    #108 5 years ago

    my AC/DC Luci has become quite the resting place. I couldn't take that away from him.

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    #109 5 years ago
    Quoted from futurepinhead:

    Here is my NIB TFTC model. I have it in my office drawer. I got this and White Water from a guy in England

    Me too

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    #110 5 years ago

    You really depreciated those by pulling them out of the box...

    #111 5 years ago
    Quoted from futurepinhead:

    You really depreciated those by pulling them out of the box...

    and appreciated

    #112 5 years ago
    Quoted from iwantansi:

    This is interesting... Does anyone know if Stern serial #s go in order?

    I think SR said that they had made 8000 AC/DCs - the most popular Stern ever.

    #113 5 years ago

    Still have not unpacked my NIB 1977 InterFlip Dragon EM pin, i bought about 5 yrs back at PAGG,
    apparently came from the stash of games from old warehouse in BC Canada.

    Also bought a NIB 1978 Valley Spectra IV cocktail pin about 15 yrs ago, from another old warehouse stash, but took that one out of the box immediately and set it up and used it as my kitchen table for years, the boards were battery damaged sitting for 20+yrs.

    #114 5 years ago

    Yep, there are still some NIB BKs from that warehouse floating around.

    #115 5 years ago
    Quoted from pinwiztom:

    Still have not unpacked my NIB InterFlip Dragon EM pin, i bought about 5 yrs back at PAGG,
    apparently came from the stash of games from old warehouse in BC Canada.

    Really cool

    #116 5 years ago
    Quoted from pinwiztom:

    Still have not unpacked my NIB 1977 InterFlip Dragon EM pin, i bought about 5 yrs back at PAGG,
    apparently came from the stash of games from old warehouse in BC Canada.
    Also bought a NIB 1978 Valley Spectra IV cocktail pin about 15 yrs ago, from another old warehouse stash, but took that one out of the box immediately and set it up and used it as my kitchen table for years, the boards were battery damaged sitting for 20+yrs.

    #117 5 years ago

    Where can you get those little pinball machines. That is cool..

    #118 5 years ago
    Quoted from Skyemont:

    Where can you get those little pinball machines. That is cool..

    I tried finding the thread but I cant find it. I know he sold them on eBay as well

    #120 5 years ago
    Quoted from pinwiztom:

    Still have not unpacked my NIB 1977 InterFlip Dragon EM pin, i bought about 5 yrs back at PAGG,
    apparently came from the stash of games from old warehouse in BC Canada.
    Also bought a NIB 1978 Valley Spectra IV cocktail pin about 15 yrs ago, from another old warehouse stash, but took that one out of the box immediately and set it up and used it as my kitchen table for years, the boards were battery damaged sitting for 20+yrs.

    where do u fit all your pins !.

    #121 5 years ago
    Quoted from sepins:

    Last of my pin stash

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    Get that BIBLE out and set it free!!!!

    #122 5 years ago

    what was the unopened BBB worth before opening, like a million dollars?? Very cool!

    #123 5 years ago
    Quoted from hiljak:

    what was the unopened BBB worth before opening, like a million dollars?? Very cool!

    Whatever someone will pay for it, lol. I believe the last NIB BBB was owned by Rick @ PPS and was for sale for ~30k(?). I don't think he ended up selling it. I believe he opened it and put it in his showroom at the office.

    #124 5 years ago
    Quoted from fattrain:

    Whatever someone will pay for it, lol. I believe the last NIB BBB was owned by Rick @ PPS and was for sale for ~30k(?). I don't think he ended up selling it. I believe he opened it and put it in his showroom at the office.

    30K(?) .... Holy @%*&

    #125 5 years ago

    Ive still got one of my Elvis Golds sitting in its box, waiting to be adopted into its new family!

    #126 5 years ago

    When me and a couple of buddies went to JJP's open house a couple years ago, we ended up going to the bar with a couple of guys from Jersey until about 2 AM. One of them, an op, then took us to a storage unit facility where he leased 14 very large storage units. We looked in maybe 8 of them and saw at least 30 NIB games. Many of them older Stern games but there was a TZ, TAF and AFM for sure. He told us he had numerous other Williams games. He had a ton of other coin op stuff stored and it was all damn nice pieces. No junk in these units.

    We ended up getting back to the hotel around 4:30. Coolest 2 1/2 I ever spent.

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    #127 5 years ago
    Quoted from Bryan_Kelly:

    Coolest 2 1/2 I ever spent.

    I bet it was!

    #128 5 years ago

    mmmmmmm bib

    #129 5 years ago

    threads like this have me convinced that perhaps there weren't so many games trashed when the ops recouped their money.. The other missing pins are still sitting in storage somewhere.

    #130 5 years ago
    Quoted from fattrain:

    Whatever someone will pay for it, lol. I believe the last NIB BBB was owned by Rick @ PPS and was for sale for ~30k(?). I don't think he ended up selling it. I believe he opened it and put it in his showroom at the office.

    Nope, not the last one. I know of another, but it's not mine.

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