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What machine did you bring home today? Post your pictures!


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#1001 3 years ago

Really cool look. Congratulations !!!!!

#1002 3 years ago

Brought home a great looking Phantom of the Opera yesterday. Bought from the Asheville Pinball Museum a year ago and made final payment on it yesterday. I'll be doing a restoration project on it as some of the wood is showing in places where the mylar was not applied in production. Would welcome any comments on this machine in particular from anyone who has worked on one. Thanks!

#1003 3 years ago
Quoted from LesManley:

I recently completed a trade that was in the works for almost 2 years. This was pretty much the only pinball machine that could have pried Star Trek: Next Generation out of my hands. The op wanted my STTNG for years and I have always wanted a LOTR. He did a fantastic job restoring this from the ground up. It has a clearcoated playfield, hammered bronze powdercoat from Back Alley Creations, all new plastics, all the protectors, decals and it has the figures too. I am normally not a big mod or powdercoat guy as I think most of it looks out of place and/or tacky, but this powdercoat job really fits. This is what they should have put on the LOTR LE. Overall the game looks and plays like new. I'm pretty happy and now more people at Mortimer's here will get to enjoy the awesomeness that is STTNG pinball after the op goes through it and puts my old game on route. Win/win.
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You look happy in that first pic.

#1004 3 years ago

Great weekend fun. Our friend came down from Ohio.

Moved Judge Dredd and EBD Le to James' house. For shop out and fixing.

Moved Michael's Gilligan's and swapped it for The Amazing Spiderman.

Dropped off Big B's Comet awhile back home and picked up Big Guns.

A lot of fun and work. ALL good.

THX Guys.

#1005 3 years ago

I just picked up an Allied Leisure Roy Clark Super Picker. I can't seem to find any reference photos of it anywhere. IPDB lists it as a 2-player game, but this one clearly has 4 players. I don't think it's a sample or prototype game, since it looks like it has a random high number for the serial number on the outside of the cabinet. However, there is another number on the inside of the cabinet that reads something like M000003 (It doesn't look like I snapped a photo of it before wrapping it up, so I'm going from memory).

The game flips, but the displays are out, the feature lamps are out, and the solenoids (other than the flippers) are out. I'm guessing poor contact on the junky fuse holders and/or bad fuses. One of the fuse holders had an alligator clip on it to hold it together.

I took the photos as I was taking it out of the pin hauler, hence it's still wrapped up.

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[edit]: IPDB has now been corrected to show that this is a 4-player game.

[edit 2]: It looks like Allied leisure serial numbers increase through their entire SS line. Each title does not appear to recycle a set of serial numbers (ie, reuse serial numbers 100-5000), unlike with other manufacturers.

[edit 3]: I'm wondering how many of these Super Picker machines were actually made. I can only seem to find one reference to another Super Picker machine, which was posted on RGP in '98, which seems to indicate only a sample run may have been made. The owner I bought this example from had owned it since the early 80s, so there were at least two in existence at some point.

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/rec.games.pinball/super$20picker/rec.games.pinball/Fj0VVkUwfAk/7zgGPuwTlT0J

[Edit 4]: It looks like there may be a 4-player version and a 2-player version. The 4-player IPBD entry was based on the info I had.

2 player: http://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?id=2438
4 player: http://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?id=6315

#1006 3 years ago

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#1007 3 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

I just picked up an Allied Leisure Roy Clark Super Picker

You mean there are two different pins based on Roy Clark THE entertainer? *mind blown*

#1008 3 years ago
Quoted from dmbjunky:

You mean there are two different pins based on Roy Clark THE entertainer? *mind blown*

Heh, looks like it. Although to be fair, there's a cocktail pin and a standard size pin. Additionally, from the tiny nuggets of info I've been able to dig up, it sounds like Super Picker might not have actually gone into full production beyond some samples, but I haven't been able to confirm anything yet.

#1009 3 years ago

Embryon... now I have 2.

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#1010 3 years ago

I found this treasure at the local thrift shop!

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#1011 3 years ago

Pink Panther strikes again...

(Only on its legs for a trip around the house, STI dropped it off in the bed of my truck

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#1012 3 years ago

Got this two weeks ago can't find a backglass
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https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/wanted-wtb-special-force-backglass#post-2715448

#1013 3 years ago

Great game, really surpised by how nice it flows. Embryon being picked up tomorow, can't wait.

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#1014 3 years ago
Quoted from Mitch:

Got this two weeks ago can't find a backglass
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https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/wanted-wtb-special-force-backglass#post-2715448

Be patient. One will become available or you will see one at a show. I like how they made the colors on the generic side art match the game.

#1015 3 years ago
Quoted from dmbjunky:

Be patient. One will become available or you will see one at a show. I like how they made the colors on the generic side art match the game.

I hope your right. Really liking this game.

#1016 3 years ago

One yesterday, one today and 2 more tomorrow

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#1018 3 years ago

I bought a TMNT a while back for $400

I really wanted to keep it, but it had major PF damage. At some point in the past, some flashers stuck. Some of the inserts under the ramp were badly melted. On top of that, the PF had some planking.

#1019 3 years ago
Quoted from indypinhead:

I bought a TMNT a while back for $400
I really wanted to keep it, but it had major PF damage. At some point in the past, some flashers stuck. Some of the inserts under the ramp were badly melted. On top of that, the PF had some planking.

This one has full mylar. It is filthy dirty but really in nice shape. It booted up with the old board but it had acid damage. It came with a new rottendog MPU but the processor chip was damaged on the old board so I guess I'll have to order one of those.

#1020 3 years ago
Quoted from ff6735:

One yesterday, one today and 2 more tomorrow

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Like your style

#1021 3 years ago
Quoted from jmountjoy111:

This one has full mylar. It is filthy dirty but really in nice shape. It booted up with the old board but it had acid damage. It came with a new rottendog MPU but the processor chip was damaged on the old board so I guess I'll have to order one of those.

one of my first games... my family loved it, I, well... your looks really good, I love the sewer pop out, thats a really cool feature I think new pinball should look at adding in

#1022 3 years ago

It's finally mine!

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#1023 3 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

I just picked up an Allied Leisure Roy Clark Super Picker. I can't seem to find any reference photos of it anywhere. IPDB lists it as a 2-player game, but this one clearly has 4 players. I don't think it's a sample or prototype game, since it looks like it has a random high number for the serial number on the outside of the cabinet. However, there is another number on the inside of the cabinet that reads something like M000003 (It doesn't look like I snapped a photo of it before wrapping it up, so I'm going from memory).
The game flips, but the displays are out, the feature lamps are out, and the solenoids (other than the flippers) are out. I'm guessing poor contact on the junky fuse holders and/or bad fuses. One of the fuse holders had an alligator clip on it to hold it together.
I took the photos as I was taking it out of the pin hauler, hence it's still wrapped up.
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[edit]: IPDB has now been corrected to show that this is a 4-player game.
[edit 2]: It looks like Allied leisure serial numbers increase through their entire SS line. Each title does not appear to recycle a set of serial numbers (ie, reuse serial numbers 100-5000), unlike with other manufacturers.
[edit 3]: I'm wondering how many of these Super Picker machines were actually made. I can only seem to find one reference to another Super Picker machine, which was posted on RGP in '98, which seems to indicate only a sample run may have been made. The owner I bought this example from had owned it since the early 80s, so there were at least two in existence at some point.
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/rec.games.pinball/super$20picker/rec.games.pinball/Fj0VVkUwfAk/7zgGPuwTlT0J

Adam
Would love to see some pics of the Super Picker. I believe it to be pretty rare.
Also I have a complete coin box in my Allied Rock On That I will post pics of in your other thread.
Richard

#1024 3 years ago

After 5 years I finally got my Grail. A Unfaded, CQ Jackbot. Had my faded rough cabinet JB for 5 years, it is my favorite game. So glad to have a mint example.

Also got a D&D from the same pinsider. Never seen or played it, but I love Hardbody's flex save and took a gamble. Very unique layout and kickass music.

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#1025 3 years ago
Quoted from rstrunks:

Would love to see some pics of the Super Picker. I believe it to be pretty rare.
Also I have a complete coin box in my Allied Rock On That I will post pics of in your other thread.
Richard

Hi Richard--I plan on fully documenting it. I'll be sure to let to you know when I have more photos after finishing a couple other projects and make room to work on this one (dyno-mite is one of those current projects).

I'll look forward to the coinbox photos--thanks

#1026 3 years ago

I got to work on a really nice HUO Gottlieb Surfer today. Unfortunately, I didn't get to take it home

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#1027 3 years ago
Quoted from jboner1058:

It's finally mine!

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I've never seen such a good looking Phantom. Congrats!

#1028 3 years ago

It's in really nice shape. Has the typical wear in the outlanes and ball drops. id love a full restore job on it

#1029 3 years ago

Shaq attaq is in the house !! Put your hands in the air like you just don't care & raise the roof !!20151003_185541.jpg

#1030 3 years ago

Embryon, finally.

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#1031 3 years ago

BAM! Both HUO, super excited!

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#1032 3 years ago
Quoted from ff6735:

BAM! Both HUO, super excited!

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Nice!!!

#1033 3 years ago

Picked this up Friday...

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#1034 3 years ago

Picked up a WaterWorld tonight, after leisurely looking for a couple years.
shame, more people don't give these pins a fair shot. Oh well

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#1035 3 years ago
Quoted from MrBellMan:

Picked this up Friday...

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Just an FYI...that pin is going to fade mighty quickly sitting in direct sunlight like that.

#1036 3 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

Just an FYI...that pin is going to fade mighty quickly sitting in direct sunlight like that.

It's already faded on that side, but thanks for the heads up!

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#1037 3 years ago

Last weekend, first woodrail.

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#1038 3 years ago
Quoted from yfz450:

Last weekend, first woodrail.
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This looks like the one that was at the Andreas PA auction?

#1039 3 years ago
Quoted from ibuypinballs:

This looks like the one that was at the Andreas PA auction?

Yup, that's the one. You bought the criss cross?

#1040 3 years ago

Took this non working on Friday ,don't boot,not elevator or claw and put in working 100% by Sunday
Sweet game

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#1041 3 years ago

Just got my second Pin, Diner. It will go great with my Taxi. "order up"diner.jpgdiner_1.jpg

#1042 3 years ago
Quoted from ff6735:

BAM! Both HUO, super excited!

2 Pinball 2000! wow, they look great.

#1043 3 years ago

Nice looking Diner, Paul. It will look good next to Taxi. Gameplay will be pretty similar, though.

#1044 3 years ago
Quoted from yfz450:

Yup, that's the one. You bought the criss cross?

Yes sir, it will be at York.

#1045 3 years ago

This project Buckaroo is going to York PA for sale; picked it up in Catonsville MD... was bought 22 years ago with the owner's well laid plan of restoring her. He started on the tens score reel, and ended his attempt at the tens score reel... sat in his garage untouched until I picked it up last weekend. Pretty nice playfield, tray, backglass. Cabinet, coin door, legs, ball lift, ball shooter all painted a narly white/blue funky color. Priced at 675; would take less; it will NOT go home in my van for sure.

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#1046 3 years ago

Another old bally with a broken key part that's hard to find. Needs a left ramp.20151007_062247.jpg20151007_062309.jpg

#1047 3 years ago
Quoted from Dono:

This project Buckaroo is going to York PA for sale; picked it up in Catonsville MD... was bought 22 years ago with the owner's well laid plan of restoring her. He started on the tens score reel, and ended his attempt at the tens score reel... sat in his garage untouched until I picked it up last weekend. Pretty nice playfield, tray, backglass. Cabinet, coin door, legs, ball lift, ball shooter all painted a narly white/blue funky color. Priced at 675; would take less; it will NOT go home in my van for sure.

#1048 3 years ago

Errr PM sent on the Buckaroo.

#1049 3 years ago

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It and T2 were my go to games in the arcades. This game is never leaving again! Got it at an absurd price too.

#1050 3 years ago
Quoted from Taygeta:

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It and T2 were my go to games in the arcades. This game is never leaving again! Got it at an absurd price too.

Like absurd good or absurd bad?

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