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

By MiamiRedSkin

5 years ago

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#9819 1 year ago

United Midway pre-flipper woodrail. And yes, these will fit in a Fiat Abarth with passenger seat all of the way forward.

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#9900 11 months ago

Brought this Diner home this morning. Been on the wishlist. Early production with yellow ball guide and diamondplate PF.

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#9902 11 months ago
Quoted from VampireKangaroo:

Drove through this... to get this! My 8 year old, first to break in our Space Station.

Congrats! Getting kids into this early is great! Make it a family affair!

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#10029 11 months ago

One and a half games this trip (I could not get both games in). 1947 Exhibit Supply Company Dale Gun, and half of 1941 Chicago Coin Show Boat~

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#10201 10 months ago

3 pins and ball bowler (FS in marketplace-I just don't have the space)

Williams Student Prince
1930's Handicap
1930's ???? Anyone have any idea based on the pics?
1959 Bally Challenge Bowler

Space was tight, so Student Prince sat shotgun to navigate~

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#10208 10 months ago
Quoted from DennisDodel:

1933 A.B.T Horseshoe with a few differences at the bottom. https://www.ipdb.org/machine.cgi?id=3158

Thank you Dennis~

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#10347 9 months ago

Scored yesterday-

1966 Gottlieb Dancing Lady
1963 Williams El Toro

Both have been home use at same house for 40 years. The Gottlieb, as I'm told, was purchased from the owner of the company that was making Gottlieb cabinets at the time- August Johnson- and for some reason ended up in the wrong cabinet for the game (what game is this cab actually from?)

Bright colors, no bg flaking, really beautiful games.
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#10351 9 months ago
Quoted from Mopar:

Interesting. Be nice to see additional pics of the Dancing Lady once set up..

I will hopefully get to that Wed. The Backbox figure has a pink outfit vs the yellow one seen on pinside...

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#10481 9 months ago

The wooden door looking things are the trapdoor cover from Theatre of Magic

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#11089 7 months ago

Picked this up this morning- early production Diamondplate as well!

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#11094 7 months ago
Quoted from SilentGas:

Congrats! Was that the one on ebay last week?

No this was not on eBay. Came from a private seller that I've dealt with in the past.

#11095 7 months ago
Quoted from yzfguy:

Nice pick up. What's the little plate under the start button?

Looks like it might have been a vendor/op tag of some sort.

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#11098 7 months ago
Quoted from uncivil_engineer:

I found one of those on a Hurricane I had last year.
According to a couple of SoCal locals, the tags were used by Family Amusement Center of Los Angeles. It was a company that operated games in the LA area.

Thanks for that info! Seller said the two games I had gotten from him both originally came from West coast. The other game I'd gotten (Diner Diamondplate game #63) did not have any tags or stickers on it.

#11117 6 months ago
Quoted from Whysnow:

Not often I get to post in this thread!
Sorry to those I beat to it. I had an inside guy
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You can have it. Seriously though, it's always nice to find a game you'd like to have. Although not one of my fav b/w games, it is fun and not seen for sale very often.

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#11741 4 months ago

Last night's vintage pinball haul-

1938 Bally Eureka
1939 Bally Key Lite
1955 Gottlieb Gypsy Queen
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#11743 4 months ago
Quoted from DennisDodel:

Nice haul. Photos of the Eureka and Key Lite are needed for the IPDB. Please consider adding photos. I have notified Jay.
Are any of these for sale?

I was actually in the process of getting some pictures together for IPDB as well as here. They are not for sale.

#11746 4 months ago
Quoted from DennisDodel:

I believe that the Eureka is the '38 version.

I think you are right-good catch! If you look at the left of the name on the glass, the 1947 version has 'flags' while the 1938 version is 'boxes'. The head on mine has a different lower shape to it with the curve then either of the images in the ads/flyers as well- but definitely factory.

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#11991 4 months ago
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#12033 3 months ago
Quoted from AntennaMan:

First EM. Put it in the garage so I don't have to walk the 50' to the house to play on break time from constructing the pinball palace. [quoted image]

Great EM to start with! Drop Targets are where it's at!

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#12135 3 months ago
Quoted from mrm_4:

That Tommy is nice but I’m gonna need you to show off that EM Mata Hari hiding in the background in the Mata Hari Club thread please

*That* stuck out to me as well.

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#12302 3 months ago
Quoted from cosmokramer:

Sadley, I still cannot post pics of a complete game that I brought home...however, I got one of the final pieces I needed to start a scratch build Bad Cats...
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And just got this nice NOS Sopranos playfield...[quoted image]

I know where that Badcats piece came from! Goodluck with your project!

#12317 3 months ago

Two rare/not often see payout pins today. Untouched/unplayed and tucked away for at least 35years..

1936 Stoner Turf Champs- Look at those metal castings!
1937 ESCO Broncho

Complete with ticket dispensers- you could put them in a Chuck E Cheese!

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#12401 85 days ago

A couple of days ago- The Shadow!

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#12450 81 days ago
Quoted from starfighter:

A few Space Station open crate pictures.
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#12549 72 days ago
Quoted from life_boy:

Picked up my first pinball machine today! Found a Diner not too far away for the right price. The family is super excited about the purchase!
Happy July 6th![quoted image][quoted image]

Great pick-up, great 1st game. Great family game. Congratulations!!

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#12634 63 days ago

Today's two game haul-
1966 Bally Deluxe Fun Cruise- Flipperless game in 1966! Look at the nicotine on the last pic of this game
1969 Williams Gridiron- Nothing like a *pitch and bat* game that's got a *Football* theme...what were they thinking?

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#12661 62 days ago

Nice Score *and* nice pics!

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#12823 52 days ago
Quoted from JohnnyPinball007:

3 sides says do not truck. The side that says truck is the side you lay down, it is the underside of the machine.


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#12988 37 days ago
Quoted from psd4me:

Brought these 2 home a few weeks ago. I'm redoing one for a friend. I now have 3 Stellar Wars in the house.
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Brought these home today.
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Probably going to sell the Meteors as projects. I plan on taking one of the Bell Ringers to York in Oct. Okay now I need to take nap

Does that Eros One have a key fob on it that’s a white plastic shaped one? I sold one 12 years ago, and it still makes its rounds in the area on Craigslist for sale...

#13038 35 days ago

Is it a Diamondplate playfield? That would be the icing on the cake.

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#13246 23 days ago
Quoted from o-din:

Playfield's a little dirty but the rest shows real pride of ownership.[quoted image][quoted image]

Nice looking game there, congratulations on your new game.

#13341 19 days ago

That is a great sticker!

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