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    Default Any pinheads here?

    I'm into pinball, and was just wondering if there are any other players/owners here? Games I have right now include a CV, LOTR, and FT. Too poor to afford any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdaley6509 View Post
    Too poor to afford any more.
    I also love to play pinball, but I'm too poor to afford any. I love it because it is such a simple game, yet so hard; some might say the perfect game...

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    I just got a broken "Goldwings" that I need to work on so I can play it.
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    i have bally game(radical),about ten years now.
    loads of fun
    past games were space invaders pinball
    and taxi
    I thought it was fairly amusing also. The Polk Ogre doesn't always get 'it'

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    I have Strikes & Spares in storage. Awesome machine but needs some work...

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    now we're talking....only pin ball machines to play when I was younger and NYC was a pin ball paradise 40 years ago.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Libertyc View Post
    I have Strikes & Spares in storage. Awesome machine but needs some work...
    Is it a Bally's? One of my favs...

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    I have a Judge Dredd, Jokerz & Space Shuttle. Do you need money? Sell me that CV!

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    There are lots of pinheads on this site and I ain't talkin' bout no stinkin' arcade games!!!!

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    bump! anyone else? My lineup is now MM, AFM, BSD & J*B. That is pinhead code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decal View Post
    There are lots of pinheads on this site and I ain't talkin' bout no stinkin' arcade games!!!!
    Are you sure you don't mean patriots? lol

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    And I thought this was for the old Freak Bros comics - Zippy the Pinhead.

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    I'd love to pick up a pinball machine when my kids get a little older, and would appreciate the sport.

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    Hot Rodded SDA 1.2TL's, SDA 1C's, SDA CRS+'s...
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    THIS IS THE ONE I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE...

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    My Dad used to call me a pin head If that counts!
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    Yes I'm a longtime Pinhead. I've been into collecting and restoring pinball machines for several years now. I am also a restoration parts manufacturer and make several parts (primarily for 70's and 80's Bally machines). I sell parts worldwide and also wholesale to most of the pinball parts vendors. Marco Specialties is my biggest customer.

    I used to have over 20 pins but am now down to 8 "keepers".

    Here's my 1979 Kiss and 1980 Rolling Stones:





    Here's another pair I'm working on right now (my all-time favorite):

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    These pins are some of my "keepers". These two Eight Ball Deluxe machines are two of the finest original examples I have ever seen.

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    Those are grand 'Crasher, I had the 1980 Black Hole, one of the first multitiers on the market when I was younger. We also had the '78 Playboy my dad brought but was not aloud to touch it....after the divorce never new where it went or how much it fetched.


    Thanks for the flashback
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    Not pinball per say but my brother in law just brought this to my wife a couple weeks ago. It was their deceased grandfathers. He's (BIL) had it for the jast 20+ years. I guess they really enjoyed it as kids.

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