Quoted from catalina:
Unloaded it, stood it up, fixed up a few things and placed it in it's new home. Well, hopefully temporary home until I can convince the wife that they really don't need an exercise room! I think it would work much better as the "south wing", pinball only room!
Converted it to all LED bulbs including the marquee lighting. Repaired the seat locking mechanism, adjusted the monitor best I could. Will have to replace some of the chassis caps for sure, if not all of them.
Did you have to go down stairs with it? I have to move mine and am considering taking the monitor out to move it. I think that will cut a ton of the weight, that and moving the seat separate, that thing weighs more than it looks!
Quoted from Paul1478:
I know, everyone hates it. I found this game about two years ago on location and had no expectations of it one way or another. I really had a good time playing it. This came as part of a trade and I still really like it. My wife loves it and has renewed her interest in pinball. This may work in my favor...
Sleeper! Love it! Go ahead and let them hate it, keeps the prices down
Quoted from egyptrus:
I've never actually owned one of these so I figured I'd pick it up and see what it's all about. I have friends asking me to help find them a game - maybe this one will go to one of them that I don't like so much if the bell is really loud and annoying
The bell is awesome! One of the best parts! It can be turned down or completely off in game settings.
Quoted from Yoko2una:
Had absolutely no intention on buying a pin when I woke up today. Fast forward to midnight, I’m unloading my first System 11 into the house.
Though we have 2 pins at family houses as well, I’m psyched to see our home lineup represent the key eras.
Modern Stern - Spider-Man
WPC - Congo
Early SS - Gorgar
I forgot to buy a real EM - Disco Fever
And now... System 11 - Fire!
FINALLY found an Arlington Horse Racing arcade after 26 years of searching!!!
Super rare and hard to find. (Mostly because it's really more of a redemption, and was kind of a flop for Strata.)
I think it was only a few years after this came out that Strata became Incredible Technologies and were off and running with Golden Tee.
I loved it for the 2 years it survived in my local arcade and is really cool to me since I love horse racing and live only a mile from Arlington Park.
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