I could bring an unreasonably priced one.
Looking for a Stern Galaxy, have money to trade for it.
Anyone coming from NW Indiana? I have a game that needs to be brought to Allentown.
Booked at Comfort Suites. Can't wait, haven't been able to make it to Allentown in a couple of years.
anyone driving from the Chicago/Indiana area? I have a game that needs to be transported from Lafayette, IN. Thanks .
Transport for my Meteor to the show has been acquired.
I hope to have a portable mic by the show and will be doing interviews for an episode of This Flippin Podcast covering it. Look forward to talking to anyone willing to chat.
Quoted from jackblotto:
Are these loose sheets or do they have packing material, like a box? Last time I bought some glass at a show I got it home safely, but was scared it was going to shatter all the way back. I would be willing to pay extra at the show for a box with packing material that I can then lay down on top of the machine that is coming back with me. Not sure who Jack is, anybody have contact info?
I recorded a walk and talk with some vendors and will be including it in our next podcast, This Flippin Podcast, and will post a link here when it is done. Interviews include Mike Frasca, Steve(Hemi) of Pinball Refinery, Joe of Lasserific, Double Danger pinball and I think a few others that I've forgotten about.
Personally had a great time and want to thank everyone that brought a game and to the vendors that took time to not only bring parts but at least 10 NIB games to be played.
Was great getting to play all the titles that are just not getting only production like RZ and TBL.
Pinball shows are never going to be perfect, seems fitting, and Ivan and team bust their asses to put on a great show. Certainly some aspects could be run smoother but by the tjme thr doors open on Friday If imagine most of the organizing team is worn the f out.
Hope to make next year.
At 38 minutes there's about an hour of a walk though of Allentown with interviews with several vendors. Wish I had time to do more but once the doors opened on Friday it was a lot busier than I had anticipated. Interviews include Steve(Hemi) from Pinball Refinery, Joe of Lasserific, Mike Frasca(Masondixieauctions), Adam Kiesler of NorthStar in Montreal, Robert of Double Danger a pinball and probably someone I'm forgetting. I had a great time.
Quoted from davebart5:
The vendors might be my favorite part of pin shows. It's fun to see what is out there parts wise and get inspired to throw some new gear on your pins.
I'm very excited about these Convolux plastic protectors I grabbed from Colson D at Lights Out Pinball (lightsoutpinball.com) for my new TFTC. It's going to look great. He was super helpful and even hooked me up with some free LEDs.
Another great pin weekend.
I saw those. What are they made of?
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