Also can bring a touchgame/jukebox system - upright cabinet and countertop versions. Photos and videos here:
Here's pics of the standup cabinet and the counter system:
Pulled my The Shadow into the workshop and figured I'd post it for sale as-is if there's any interest before tearing it down. I still need to finish a few things on No Fear, so Shadow will be available the next two days, then I'll begin the tear down if there's no interest.
I've already done the bottom playfield shop job - all inserts cleaned, LEDs, every drop target mech removed, cleaned and coil sleeves replaced and Battlefield entrance target coil replaced and a new Wall drop target installed. Most of the GI is LED since I was able to replace the bulbs from underneath. Top of the playfield I've cleaned what I could reached, there's some Titan color rubber here and there.
Has the "lost plastic" cityscape in the back of the playfield, which looks super. Standup targets all have decals. New phurbas on the diverters and the diverters work fine. Game plays and works 100%
Has a ColorDMD and the Aurich translite and speaker plastic too.
What I need to do...actually what you'll need to do:
Replace GI connector to fix the upper backglass lights that are out. You can see in the pics I just used some LED strips plugged into a lower socket to properly light the backglass for now.
Tear down shop job for a proper cleaning and repairing the sanctum wear. Right now, just so I could keep playing the game, there's a sanctum decal adhered to a piece of plastic and that is covering the sanctum wear. Magnet works fine thru the plastic and decal, so that's how I left it until I had a chance to tear it down.
One of the rings needs the bulb and harness attached and I have the bulb and harness.
Too much? Then it's $2800 without the ColorDMD, but you need to provide your own DMD since I don't have a spare.
Still too much? Knock $100 off and I'll keep the Aurich translite and speaker plastic and I'll put the originals back on.
I have gold mirror blades - still in the box - that I was planning to install when finished. Cost me $200, will sell for $150 if you want them. I was also planning to brass plate the wireforms because with the gold blades and the game fully shopped, WOW!
Prices are firm because I have no problem doing the work myself and then selling it. Was looking forward to seeing it finished with all the gold anyway. But with Allentown coming up, I also don't mind selling it and moving on to another project.
Quoted from bigd1979:
How much is it gonna be when your done with it ?
Not sure, guess it depends on how much the wireforms cost to plate and might even do the ramps too. With the gold blades and the wireforms, that adds about $400 in cost. Price right now is basically what I have into it + maybe $150-200 for the work and time I've already put into it. But if I finish it then I'll see what the market dictates.
Use the Waze app so you have real time traffic and construction alerts so you can check out each route before you leave. But stay clear on I-95 and I-695 for sure.
Quoted from weaverj:
from dc: take 270 north, becomes 15 north (frederick), all the way to harrisburg. right before you get in town (camp hill), take harrisburg beltway west (581), then a little up the road get on 81 north. 25-30 miles up 81 it splits, take 78 east towards allentown. from there, you'll be flipping pinballs in about an hour.
no traffic/no tolls.
That's the route I take, nice easy drive.
I have several Touchscreen jukebox/music video jukebox and touch gaming systems for sale. Like a souped up Megatouch on steroids - just so much better than a Megatouch/JVL for home use.
This touch system will be the BEST addition to your game room because everyone loves finding and playing songs & videos on a jukebox and playing current games that can save your progress, be paused for a bathroom/drink break, has excellent gambling games, and Mystery / Find the Object games that the wife will enjoy too. Something for everyone.
I have one kiosk system available right now and two bar top systems. I'm asking $1500 for the kiosk and $1300 for the countertop. Wil be bringing the two bar top systems to Allentown and I'm happy to give you a demo of the system. Will bring the kiosk only if I have a deposit or payment.
Here's some videos of the kiosks in action:
Here's pics of the standup cabinet and the bar top system:
Not going to make a list of the 15,000 songs or 5,000 music videos though. Songs are easily added and I can add any requests you have too. Nice to also use the system for playing Youtube (especially using playlists), Netflix, Hulu, Pandora, etc. I like to use mine during NFL season as another TV in the bar for streaming the Red Zone channel to it while I have another game on the bar TV.
The counter top one has HDMI and you'd use a 1/8" jack to RCA cable to connect to your stereo. So this is just like a Megatouch as it's the computer and screen in one unit. But this Dell's stand is what makes it perfect for home gaming because the screen is fully adjustable and can even lay flat, which is pretty cool if you have it on a table.
Here's the details and specs of the Dell all in one, but the ones I have are Intel i3 and i5 processor
Here's a list of all the games on the kiosk system - the countertop has the same songs, videos and these same games, but also has an additional 300 excellent, current games available using a nice Android emulator I have running on it.
Casino games: (Each slot machine game contains many other slot machines, not just the title)
Alice and the Mad Tea Party Slots
Hard Rock Casino
Hometown Poker Hero
IGT Slots 100 Pandas
IGT Slots Candy Bars
IGT Slots Cleopatra
IGT Slots Day of the Dead
IGT Slots Firehouse Hounds
IGT Slots Game of the Gods
IGT Slots Little Green Men
IGT Slots Paradise Garden
IGT Slots Sumnantran Storm
IGT Slots Texas Tea Party
Jackpot Party Slots
Quest for the Fountain Slots
Real Deal Slots
Vegas Penny Slots
Vegas Penny Slots 3
Wild Bear Paw Slots
Wild West Slots
Williams Slots 2
World Class Poker
Time Management / Empire building games:
Empire Builder Ancient Egypt
Farm Frenzy 4
Farm Frenzy Hurricane
Farm Frenzy Viking Heroes
Hammer Heads Deluxe
Lucky Luke Railroad Builders
Mummy Maze Deluxe
Plants Vs Zombies
Rocket Mania! Deluxe
Royal Envoy 2
Viking Saga 3
1 Vs 100
Allstar Quiz Show
Bullseye Star Prize
Give Us a Q
Martha Quinn's 80s Trivia
Monopoly Hot Property
Red Hot Poker
Snakes & Ladders 2
Top of the Pops
Trivia Machine Reloaded
Trivia Whiz Bar Quiz
Ultimate Rock & Roll Quiz
Who Wants To Be a Millionaire
Gem & Matching:
4 Elements II
7 Hills of Rome Mahjong
Jewel Match 4
Jump Jelly Reactor
Mahjong Towers 2
Super Collapse II
Treasure of Montezuma
Hidden Objects & Mystery:
The 4:50 from Paddington
9 Clues - The Ward
Antique Road Trip
Atlantic Ancient Inventors
Can You See What I See
CSI: Deadly Intent
Fishdom H2O Hidden Odyssey
Hidden Objects - Sweeney Todd
Hidden Objects 2
Hidden Objects At Sea
Hidden Objects City Style
Jigsaw Would Tour
Smithsonian, The Hope Diamond
Spot the Difference
Ting Bang Story
Witches Legacy 6
Angry Birds Rio
Angry Birds Seasons
Angry Birds Space
Angry Birds Star Wars
Angry Birds Star Wars 2
Beetle Bug 2
Holy Potatoes: A Weapon's Factory
Peggle Nights Deluxe
Peggle World of Warcraft
World of Goo
Hasbro Word Games
Word Wizard Deluxe
3D Mini Golf
5 Card Deluxe
Aloha Tri Peaks
Bicycle Card Games
Hoyle Cards 2013
Lucky Streak Poker
Mahjong Towers 2
Pirates Solitaire 3
slingo Quest Amazon
Board games / TV Shows:
Axis & Allies
Dead Man's Folly
Deal or No Deal 2
Family Feud - Battle of the Sexes
Hoyle Board Games
Monopoly Here and Now
Price is Right
Trivial Pursuit Unhinged
Wheel of Fortune
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Touchjuke gaming kiosk has been sold.
The two bar top systems are pending sale with right of first refusal to the interested parties at Allentown after I demo it.
Quoted from bbringardner:
Anyone have room to store a game for one night at allentown? Working on a purchase from a pinsider who will be there only Friday and I am there only Saturday. Anyone have room for a game to squat for Friday night?
What time will you be there Sat? I'll have an empty van Friday night and hope I don't have to take either of my pins back. So I'll have room def until Sat around noon - not sure how long we're staying Sat, but will be there until noon for sure.
Quoted from Pinphila:
Buyer disappeared back up forsale. Will be on show floor.
When are you getting here? Would like to check out WCS if you brought it
Quoted from Glarrownage:
My wife's first game on GB and she was killing it and got 65 mil. The music and audio is top notch, the lighting is terrific and is a very fun pin. Game of Thrones is a lot of fun and we enjoyed playing it. Not sure I ultimately like the battering ram and the dragon kickback that much though. I just prefer shots that go somewhere...maybe the premium has a different layout there?
Spider-Man VE's artwork is fantastic and I'm a big fan of the Ultimate comics and love the look of this pin.
My wife and I agree that we don't enjoy Rob Zombie or Hobbit. We both think GB is fun, but may have more fun with Game of thrones pro. Fun trying them all out though!
Ghostbusters has lots of airballs that drain, balls that jump the outline and drop targets that won't fucking drop down when you nail them.
Had all that happen in most every game we played.
Quoted from Butch2099:
I didn't hear anything about power issues. Terminator had a coil locked on and fried s transistor so I swapped out a brand new board in there.
I was talking to Lorenzo this morning, those are his pins along that wall, and he was telling me that power issues screwed up a few games.
My wife and I agreed that this was the best show we've attended. We only have attended York and Allentown the past 3-4 years, but this show was great. We haven't had local locations with pinballs until within the last two months, and they're getting a GB Pro in a few weeks. thriled to be able to put more games on GB to see if I start feeling better about it.
To be able to play all the newest games: SM VE; GoT Pro & Premium, Rob Zombie, GB, Hobbit and even ST is new to us, was just a blast. We made the smart decision to come in Thursday with our two pins for the freeplay area, so we had lots of time on all the pins without the public there. Also took advantage of the non-public times Friday and Sat mornings.
Lucky for me that when my wife asked Melissa at the Cointaker booth if a GoT was still available, the answer was they are all sold. We likely would've came home with our first NIB pin because we really had such a blast playing. I put up the GC high score on Friday evening of 914million and it was such a rush of a game. Loved it!
We enjoyed GB, but ran into issues I've seen mentioned here - drop targets not dropping on solid, direct hits; crazy airballs from the left ramp stand ups that drained on the left outlane; balls jumping the outlanes; had a few balls dribble from the right saucer and into the outlane.
Hobbit was just bland to us. Shots didn't feel exciting and smooth and the game was kind of floaty and open. We could've kept playing as many games as we wanted and played only twice. MM awaited us.
Full Throttle looked gorgeous, but we maybe had ADD with everything else to play that possibly didn't give it a fair shake. But we almost walked away after each playing ball 2, but finished it up. I would need to have at least 10 focused games on it to really get a feel. Ramps look smooth and fun.
The Big Lebowski was cool looking, but we only played a game on it. Sweet looking color screen and animations and great looking playfield.
Rob Zombie also is a game I would need to put some time on, plus would need a quiet environment to properly hear it - same for a lot of other pins. Gameplay is not what we enjoy, but can see how it would be loved by others.
Oh yeah, was watching the BoP 2.0 while in line for Lebowski and MAN WAS THAT STUNNING!
Did a Pinsider buy the Mustang Pro at a booth for $3500. I was going to buy it because I've always enjoyed playing Mustang. Figured I'd keep it and enjoy it and then sell or trade it down the line. I got a call from a person wanting to see something I had for sale and when I was finished with the deal, Mustang had been sold.
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