Quoted from Pinfidel:
.You and your wife are always gracious about opening up your home and hosting parties.
What?? Max and his wife invited you to parties? I never got invited to a party!!
Quoted from Patofnaud:
I may be bringing down a couple machines. Which brings to mind a couple questions...
If one were to bring a trailer down to Sturbridge, will there be parking?
If one brought games down to freeplay/sell can we go to the seminars all day and not have to babysit them?
What kind of support for servicing machines will there be or do we have to lug our tools/parts down?
First rodeo and very apprehensive to let strangers beat on my machine(s) without looking over their shoulders. Or trying to sell a machine that gets broken and no way to repair onsite.
Hey Pat! Its great your thinking about bringing games!
There will be security watching the pinball machines during the event so I'm sure you can safely attend seminars.
In regard to servicing machines - I hear there is a repair vendor at the show. That said, I am bringing some tools, spare parts, soldering / de-soldering equipment, etc. and I am happy to help anyone who needs a hand - just throw your game manuals and schematics in the machines in the unlikely event they are needed.
Remember there will be LOTS of great vendors which often offer special show pricing.
Pinball machines are built for commercial use - and they were made to be played.
Relax, bring them, enjoy the show, and help make it a huge success!
I have to say that I found your Pinbot over in the other room - and it is an INCREDIBLE machine. I'll admit - I had overlooked Pinbot as a title I would add to my collection - until I played yours. Now I am ruined for lessor Pinbot machines! Really great job on the restoration - it is beautiful!
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