Top Card has such a nice flow to it. The ball never gets hung up anywhere. It was located in my 2 floor gameroom level along with Count Down, 1978 Playboy and Williams Blue Chip.
I had to let go of my Sure Shot which has been in the line up for near 15 years to bring down the Top Card, but the amount of work involved to bring down the Top Card was substantial and not something I was interested in doing at the moment because I had just finished up 4 months of shopping all 25 wedgeheads in my basement collection.
Before bring down the Top Card I had to fine tune the Sure Shot for it new home next to the Royal Guard I use to have. I also had to bring my Joker Poker in from the garage gameroom to replace where the Top Card was for 6 years.
Once the Top Card was ready to go into the line up I had to move Volley into Sure Shots old spot in the line up. Once Volley was moved to its new location in the line up I moved El dorado in Volley spot. When this took place Top Card went I El dorado's old spot.
All games that moved in the line up had to get leveled,, which is always a chore since I am not as young as I use to be nor, am I as flexible. I did manage to keep all the games in the chronological order I previously had, which added more work.
Anyway...it's been for sure some wedgehead madness for me the last 5 months straight. I will be going back to just playing my games soon again, but right now I am in the middle of doing a full blown restoration on a 1967 Gottlieb Super Score. The Super Score will be going in Joker Poker's old spot in the garage gameroom. Hopefully things will slow down a it after that.
Here in these pictures are the wedgeheads in their new spots in the line up since the recent shuffling of games.
Thanks for the nice comments....
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