I like the talking heads in the backbox but does that mean all the boards are going to be somewhere under the playfield?
Wow, the museum looks cool! I really must go there. Only an hour or so drive for me.
He should buy your Despicable me game. First (and best) pinball machine build in Rotterdam!
You can also buy the right size allen keys here in Holland at Flipperwinkel.nl so no need to send them across the ocean!
Quoted from pinballrockstar:
One of my gumballs in my 1950’s gumball machine turned red?
Only that one!
Is it pissed off or sumtin’?
This puzzles me
I only put in white,blue,green ones??
Honest to god i haven’t touched the machine in years?
I think you are ready to be put in a crazy asylum!
Bannister looks fantastic btw!
Wooden shoes, wooden locks, I think you are spreading the notion we make everything out of wood in Holland!
I see that Freddie's pinball arcade museum is on the Pinside map. Next time someone goes there he should bring the guy some parts! If I'm first I'll bring him some coil sleeves and stops etc.
I wouldn't have money for those either if I had to pay $25 for a bowl of soup!
Wow that's great! In the future you can buy a robotband for your living room. Always listen to live music instead of a boring CD!
And it seems that it's loud enough for all your neighbours to hear too so it would make sense if they paid a part of the cost!
Hey, you’re near Gilleleje! A friend of mine lives there! He used to have a bunch of pinball machines but sadly got out of the hobby. I bought a No Good Gophers from him. Enjoy your Danish vacation. And if you see a pølsevogn (hotdog stand) you should order a ‘ristet hotdog med det hele’ (hotdog with everything on it)! Best hotdog in the world!
Drop targets would be cool on the lower playfield! They could be made to look like tombstones!
Great progress tonight and always a fun read!
Right on schedule for the next DPO!
Looks like a really fun game coming together. I hope your floor is strong enough to carry the weight of all those mechanisms!
Quoted from Pintucky:
Looks really bad. Companies in the Netherlands don't use Inc in their name and that definitely is not a Dutch telephone number.
And the shipping cost would double the price of a Frankenstein. If it was a $10.000 machine it would make more sense.
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