This is the golden age of pinball. From dead rock stars to movies some of you probably still have on Beta and VHS anything seems possible.
As the aging modern pinball collector watches his hairline recede and his waistline grow large he can fill his house with these memorials to a simpler time before marriage, kids, never ending work weeks, and the high stress of internet forums for the meager price of six to eight thousand dollars a pop.
Yes, this is truly the golden age of pinball. I think we've pretty much covered the 80s lately so I'd like to see more suggestions from some of the other great decades.