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Post Project Pins for sale here - CL, eBay, Pinside and others


By Pecos

4 years ago



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#8652 1 year ago
Quoted from bluespin:

Manufacturer: Bally
Game/Type: Speak Easy / SS AS-2518-35 2 Player
Features: AAB
Month/Year: August 1982
Production: 3,000
Cost: $400
Location: Baltimore, MD
Seller: Jessie Wolcott
Contact/Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/275864809245632/?fref=nf
OP: Selling a Speak Easy. It works except the fly-away coil. Replacement coil is included, but I'm no pinball tech, so i'm not sure what the story is. Whole thing is LEDed, the roulette wheel spins and works.
Replacement fly-away targets included too. Plastics and a new ball for the roulette wheel and playfield are here, too

I picked this up Saturday morning

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#8815 1 year ago
Quoted from bluespin:

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: "300" / EM 4 Player
Month/Year: August 1975
Production: 7,925
Cost: $450
Location: Lancaster, PA
Link/Contact: lancaster.craigslist.org link
OP:Must go player 1 works needs gone through

Such a strange combination of playfield / backglass and cabinet.

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#9457 1 year ago

Woodrail collection in NJ, Facebook group.

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#9795 1 year ago
Quoted from bluespin:

Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: Blackout/ SS 4 Player
Month/Year: June 1980
Production: 7,050
Cost: $425
Location: Harrisburg, PA
Link/Contact: harrisburg.craigslist.org link
OP: Black Out pinball,,,,,,
Does power up but left flipper is "jammed midway " and won't let game reset.
3 main circuit boards have the updates.
Comes with manual and spare bumper bands, etc. Glass is nice, with money box(was set for free play).
Me: Besides the left flipper being out the 1st player display is missing two digits. That's a really nice looking Blackout playfield and backglass. The playfield is hard to find in that condition since no one ever made a repro playfield. Game play is great, but only downside is no multiball like it's cousin Firepower.

Picking up in the morning

#9797 1 year ago
Quoted from vec-tor:

Congratulations! FelixTCat.

I need another project pin like I need another hole in my head but here I go again !

#9806 1 year ago

Picked up the Blackout this morning but it's still in the car until the backyard dries out a bit (freaking rain this past week). Great seller who actually got a call for it while I was taking off the legs but sad story. He bought it for his wife about 12 years ago and she played it until it stopped working last year and then she passed away this spring. He debated getting it fixed but wasn't really a pinball guy so he sold it.

#9815 1 year ago
Quoted from Colsond3:

Don’t leave the BG in the car...

Oh no the BG came into the house when it got home. The rest moved in about 2 hours ago.

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#10288 1 year ago
Quoted from too-many-pins:

He doesn't say anything about the $200 worth of displays that are missing?

I thought that as well at first and then I realized that he was holding the backglass (his hand is in the upper left corner) upright in front of the backbox so the display holes are not aligned with the displays. I think he's talking about the backglass when he says "the front board was removed" and just doesn't know how to put it back in.

#10291 1 year ago
Quoted from too-many-pins:

I didn't notice that! The next question I would have is what is up with the mouse trap on the playfield? Why would someone leave that when taking pictures?

My first thought was to hide a bad wear spot on the playfield but in the middle picture you can see the spot under the mousetrap so it's not that. I'm more concerned with all of the dried white stuff on the glass and lockdown bar (for a playboy pin)

#10339 1 year ago
Quoted from Pecos:

Thanks to arcademojo for posting this large auction of Project Pins. Not for the faint of heart!
http://paauctioncenter.com/upcoming-auctions/4189046

Tons of train wrecks but I'm local so I'll be there and who knows how it will turn out. I will say the last auction there for arcade machines brought some really high prices so there is obviously interest in the area.

#10417 1 year ago
Quoted from Pecos:

Thanks to arcademojo for posting this large auction of Project Pins. Not for the faint of heart!
http://paauctioncenter.com/upcoming-auctions/4189046

I was there today, most of the projects went for what I would consider "ok" prices, the working games were pretty high. Many of the games in the online listings that didn't show boards actually had boards in person (not sure what that was about). I jotted down most of the prices in case anybody is curious

https://paauctioncenter.hibid.com/catalog/141659/9-8-2018-pinball--arcade-and-video-machine-collection/

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#12262 9 months ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

Think I’m gonna tackle it.
Update: I didn’t get it someone put in an offer about 3 minutes before mine and got it.

Sorry, that would be me although I won't be able to pick it up until this weekend to really figure out what the hell is going on with Shrek back glass. It's an oddball enough machine that for $200 I couldn't pass it up.

#12265 9 months ago

Yeah I need another project like I need another hole in my head but when I saw how little information there was out there on it I figured I’ve wasted $200 on worse ideas. Add in the fact that the play field and plastics looked to be complete (and I had a glass of bourbon in my hand) the damn buy it now button just called my name.
I’m picking it up Saturday morning so I should be able to post up some more details Saturday evening / Sunday morning.

#12279 9 months ago
Quoted from bluespin:

felixtcat You said that you have too many projects already. What do you have that you are willing to sell off to the group? PM me a list and I'll help you out!

If I was ready to get rid of them I would, unfortunately I still have room so I haven’t reached the point of getting rid of any.

#12312 9 months ago

For those wondering, here is my post on the Peyper Wolf Man / Shrek combo:
https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/peyper-wolf-man-shrek-combination

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