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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jeffrey Chin, Aug 15, 2002.
i missed that auction argh
woa..2x cost of the egay auction
Seeing that website reminded me how much I used to play pinball in the arcades as a kid (I used to think Xenon was cool as hell.) Sadly, I almost never see any anymore.
Ebay is by far the cheapest place that I know of to get ahold of JAMA games and accesories just be careful of the shipping charges. When you buy from any shop they will sell that at or near what they are actually worth.
TNT Amusements has a lot of benefits too (at least for me, because they're close) Cheap board swaps, full warranty, huge selection, and the ability to rent out their showroom for parties
Hey Mike, I love pinball machines too which is why I just bought my first machine. It should arrive in a week or two and I'm awfully excited!
I bought it on ebay from a dealer with a really good reputation. The prices there were a lot cheaper than the prices at the local stores I went to.
The only arcade machine i'll ever want is the Ferarri F355 challenge one. Three screens, bucket seats, a gate shifter, clutch..
I guess im too young to remember pinball
I'd love to get my hands on an arcade Killer Instinct in good condition. I wonder how much this would set me back?
Since Killer Instinct had that hard drive, who knows. Probably hard to find one in good condition
I've got a Donkey Kong, still looking for a Pac-Man! (Any pinball would be cool too.)
a few of these are 'recreateable' depending on how eager you are to play them.
Or would could just get one of these:
And, with MAME, have ALL of the old games you want!
how about this
If anyone is SERIOUS about purchasing videos or pinballs from one of North America's largest wholesalers, send me a private message and I'll put you in touch with the appropriate person. I guarantee you that it'll be WAY cheaper than dealing with (a) someone on Ebay or (b) a seller who specializes in sales for home use.
MAME is great, but it can't recreate the experience of an actual pinball machine.
Well my father is in the Vending business and usually get's most of his stuff at Beston West. There's a North and Southern California section. Search on google and give Betson a call. They'll probably give you some information where you can get vintage games in the east coast.