I'm doing a little Fall cleaning and have some parts to sell.
I have a CPR gold playfield for a Williams Fish Tales and I think I also have a couple of spare original mini (boat) playfields.
In addition to this, I have an original set of Phoenix Arcade screen printed decals for...
I can't remember the last time I posted here.
The truth is, I just haven't been very much into pinball these last 12-18 months and my basement and garage full of machines is starting to wear on me.
I already started trimming a bit pre-pandemic and, with all the stay at home orders...
I hope everyone is doing well. I haven't been on the forums much this summer.
Just like many people, I've had some extra time on my hands and spent some of it going through all my projects and parts.
I found a lot of stuff I don't need anymore. Rather than list it piece by piece, here are some...
Just wondering if there is a local source for arcade repair (PCB, monitors etc.)?
I have an Atari Super Sprint that's been having multiple issues and vids are just not my thing.
I'd love to find someone who can give it a good shakedown and get it running 100%
Happy to pay for repair services...
I haven't been very active in a while. Lots of projects on the go but not a lot of time to document them. Watch for some cool upcoming restorations on a Bally Fathom and a Stern Dragonfist! I'm also finally getting around to working on my Cactus Canyon. Hopefully I can try and share...
I'm getting rid of a few projects/parts that I no longer have time for.
Here I'm selling this custom rig that I made up a few years ago when toying around with making a custom WWII pin. The idea was to make a working prototype platfor for wiring up and test-playing a white-wood.
I have a couple of parts from custom pinball projects that never got off the ground or just died.
This one was for a Batman 66 themed machine (prior to Stern announcing theirs) and was meant to be modelled after an early 1980's solid state pin. The base cabinet is from a Williams...
Thinking of selling my Gottlieb Melody.
This is the less common add-a-ball version of Sing Along.
The game features a cool animation feature where the saucers kick the ball into each other toward the right-most saucer before releasing the ball. Coincidentally, this is also one of the key ways...
Time to get the old spandex on and tease that hair!
I've just wrapped up my Heavy Metal meltdown project and looking to make some space.
This is a one-of-a-kind example of this machine since it is a rare prototype/sample game.
I've located a couple of other owners with similar sample machines...
I picked up this Taxi in a package buy about a year ago. I've had my fun and looking to change things up a little. It's the more desirable Marylin version.
I have also added new repro sys11 legs and the machine also comes with an original manual in good shape, new rubber ring set...
First off.... LIONMAN!!!
Yeah, I'm thinking of letting go of my very nice SoF.
The game has a great playfield (with good mylar) and the cabinet is very nice. It has a few small chips in the corner of the head and was drilled, but it actually shows very well and would be easy enough to touch-up...
I sold my Super Sprint a little while ago in a moment of weakness :(
I've recently been rethinking my home collection and would really like to get back a nice example of this vid from my childhood.
If anyone has an SS or is aware of one that could be had, please let me know.
I had this game listed with a bunch of others in my recent FS thread, but I figured it deserved it's own thread and details.
Not a machine that you see very often (just a little over 2200 units made) and it has a great set of rules. Far more interesting than an Eight Ball Deluxe and a...
Sorry, I haven't been posting much lately. Been busy :)
I apologise for the loaded thread title but, simply put, I am considering letting go of a fair number of machines.
I'm looking at a possible investment opportunity that may be coming up fast... and I also have way more...
Some of you may know that I started to build my own Fathom a couple of years ago. I took a Bally Fireball II and converted/restored the cabinet, took all the necessary parts and bought a bunch more. I had been waiting for a friend to complete his own Fathom project because he had a...
I have a brand new bench model blasting cabinet; never used.
Great for cleaning up small to medium sized metal parts or for using glass bead to clean up old boards wit corrosion.
I never did either one, so I'm offering it up here at $99 o.b.o
It's the same as this model, except...
I'm trying to do a little spring cleaning.
I have several old backglasses hanging around that I'll likely never do anything with. These are great for decorating your walls... especially since they are all roughly the same size. Maybe one or two could be salvaged for re-use in a machine if you...
It's not what you think. Don't need any kids' photos... although I am a father of twins.
It occured to me recently that I have had a lot of duplicate machines in my possession.... often at the same time.
I haven't always been great about capturing images of the pairs... but I figured this would...
I'm letting go of my copy of STTNG.
I think it is an above average example. Here are some of the details.
-Cabinet is in great shape. Just a few small rubs near the beck edge of the head and same along the front edges.
-Playfield is in excellent original condition. No...