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Pinball Horror Pics!!


By Star_Gazer

4 years ago



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#2001 4 days ago
Quoted from pinghetto:

Start it at about 9 minutes in....

This was already posted probably a dozen pages in, too!

#2002 4 days ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

This was already posted probably a dozen pages in, too!

Missed that. Sorry.

#2003 4 days ago
Quoted from pinghetto:

Missed that. Sorry.

Quoted from jorro:

Sorry don't know if this is posted before? Im in schock

Found it! It was 6 months ago. But the video you posted is much higher quality! Thanks for that. Also it turns out the melting arcade machines from Sleighton had not been posted here before. I think it was in another thread about abandoned pinball machines and such. I will find my pictures from the school and post them! The machines have since completely disintegrated into the floor. It was kind of insane. A very surreal experience.

#2004 3 days ago
Quoted from pinghetto:

Start it at about 9 minutes in....

He was obviously dropped on his head a birth, or escaped the bucket.

Gives a whole new meaning to the word cockhead.

#2005 3 days ago
Quoted from mappy_mouse:

He was obviously dropped on his head a birth, or escaped the bucket.
Gives a whole new meaning to the word cockhead.

agreed . what a knobjockey if ever I saw one . exact same behaviour put me off movies 40 years ago . wrecking all those BEAUTIFUL American cars of the 50's -60's etc . not entertainment for me!!

#2006 3 days ago

With the new Hardtop product I am prepared to see a whole batch of decent play fields with a little wear being sanded down to bare wood so a hardtop can be applied. It makes me cringe just thinking about it and seems extra bad as it is done deliberately.

IMO original with some wear plays so much better. Totally thrashed is another story and is a good application for the product.

#2007 3 days ago

Not really a horror picture , but if the critters had more time or more critters involved.

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#2008 3 days ago
Quoted from QuietEarp:

With the new Hardtop product I am prepared to see a whole batch of decent play fields with a little wear being sanded down to bare wood so a hardtop can be applied. It makes me cringe just thinking about it and seems extra bad as it is done deliberately.
IMO original with some wear plays so much better. Totally thrashed is another story and is a good application for the product.

I played a hardtopped pin for the first time at pintastic and totally agree. It just plain played "odd" with the ball doing strange spin action at times, particularity off the lower kickers. Unless a playfield was trashed beyond hope I would not use one IMHO.

#2009 3 days ago
Quoted from semicolin:

He's well known in the bingo community for his high-quality reproductions of glasses and hardware, but he does pinball stuff too. He's not cheap, but he's well worth the money. If you have a backglass that doesn't require mirroring, he can also sell easy-to-ship films which you can apply to glass yourself. Here is his website: http://www.coos.net/bingo_e/backglasses.html

holy crap he does beautiful work! So many amazing pieces available there.
And like so much stuff that has almost zero market, too! Must be a total labour of love. Q*Bert's Quest, mirrored Spirit, all the bingo art, Caveman, Rocky, even Still Crazy vertical prototype macihne, Hurricane Ice Hockey, etc etc

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#2011 3 days ago
Quoted from Vreuls:

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Ouch plate glass!

#2012 3 days ago

Just shaking my head thinking is it that hard to get the right buttons as to spending an hour or two with a pliers to enlarge the hole. The playfeild is done hoping for a hardtop overlay being made or another playfeild when i get to this. A belt sander would improve this one. Even the back glass is busted held in by just luck of the break. The inside looks as if was babied in a climate controlled collection after a short route run. It will be saved. Just no firm time line.
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