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You drop dead tomorrow, what happens to your pins?

By tomdrum

1 year ago


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    #1 1 year ago

    Strange post I know. I had discussions with a local pin friend on this subject awhile back. My life partner hasn't a clue on what my games are worth. She'd sell them when I'm gone for cheap. (Don't get any ideas people) I've actually been documenting the restorations cost wise and what they are worth today. I just hit 60 years old and realize that shit happens at my age.

    I discussed this with her once and she figured they were worth $300 each. Ouch. My 7 game collection and my parts inventory is worth over $17K easy. Way less than many here obviously. But I rather have a friend be the "executor" of my pins then have get dumped cheap. Plus I have some expensive "toys" as well that are valuable.

    Getting old sucks.

    #43 1 year ago
    Quoted from ronlisa:

    My wife will have a truck load sale. Cram as many pins as you can on your truck or trailer for one low price! Then she would go shopping with the $100 she got for them!

    PM me for my cell # to give to the wife. I'll make that drive.

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