Yes it is. Fortunately, it has been sold to a guy whose daughter wanted a pinball machine. I'm full up on pins and 86 on cash! Honey is a perfect fit for her and I am glad that she is getting it.
I haven't even been keeping up with Tucson Craigslist, let alone this thread. I'm sorry I haven't been able to post here as much as I would like. A pinball operator business is a full time job. bluespin and so many more have done a wonderful job finding project pins. I am thankful for all who post here.
I miss my Project Pin family! But needs must and I have been busy putting restored pins in Tucson businesses, restoring Project Pins, buying parts, keeping up with all of the fees and paperwork required of a sole proprietorship - well, you get the idea.
I now have eight machines on location in Tucson.
One is at Hotel McCoy. That is my best friend, Dave, who helps me move pins:
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One special machine, Firepower is at D&D Pinball:
Six are at Hotrods Old Vail:
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On Sunday the 23rd of December, Pecos Pinball had a Free Pinball Day at Hotrods. It was a big success. At least once, all six games were being played and they were played almost continuously all day. Almost as many free games of pinball were given away as were paid for in the entire month of December. More on Free Pinball Day:
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If you are interested in what I have been up to as a pinball operator, you can read this thread:
Happy New Year to all Project Pinsters!