Electro-Mechanical Pinball Machines

in introduceyourself •  2 years ago 

Hello! I am a life long pinball enthusiast! I played the games since the time I was tall enough to see over the glass. I am self taught on the mechanics and repair of electro-mechanical pinball machines. I specialize in pinball machines from the 1950s through mid 1970s. I welcome any pinball hobbyists to comment on my upcoming posts and send me personal questions they have about their own machines.

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Welcome to Steemit!

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Thanks! Looking forward to meeting a lot of great people.

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Thanks! Any pinball questions feel free to ask. I'm here to help. Do you have any recommendations for Steemit? I'm new to this.

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Hello! Thanks for checking out my post. Any pinball questions ask anytime.

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I'd definitely rather be playing a real pinball machine then a video game any day!

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No Brainer

Whoa, memories of my misspent youth, when mom would give me a quarter for lunch, and I'd spend it on the 5-cent pinball machines in the back of the smoke shop, circa 1950-53...them were da days...you could even get a cream puff filled with real cream for a nickle...imagine that. Welcome!

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Hello! Thanks for commenting. It really was a different world and pinball was a real game in that your whole body is involved (shaking machine etc). Very different from staring at the TV with a controller in your hand. The other difference in pinball vs video is because of the randomness of a mechanical game you will never always win no matter how good you are.

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