Flipper Fantasy: Collecting Pinball Machines
Remember Those Classic Pinball Machines from Your Teen Years? Well, They're Still Out There, and They're for Sale
From the Print Edition:
Demi Moore, Autumn 96
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Oct. 19-20, Orlando Collector's Expo, Orlando, Florida. Contact: Chip Nofal 904/928-0666.
A recent search of the Internet found more than 200 pinball citations, although most were just player chatter about new games. For access: http://pinball.org.
Gameroom (1014 Mt. Tabor Road, New Albany, Indiana 47150; 812/945-7971, fax: 812/945-6966; 12 issues a year--$26 in the United States) If it's in an arcade or amusement center, it's in here. Articles about collecting pinball machines, arcade games, jukeboxes and more.
pinGame journal (31937 Olde Franklin Drive, Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334; 810/626-5203; roughly 12 issues a year--$30 in the United States (add $20 for first-class delivery), US$34 in Canada, US$63 in Europe
This 40-page quasimonthly (publishing schedules are rather casual) put out by physician and pinball collector Jim Schelberg is a must-have for anyone interested in collecting pinball machines. It features articles on new machines, repair tips, old games, pinball shows, letters from collectors and a great classified section of machines and parts for sale.
Pinball Owner's Association
P.O. Box 122 Cambridge, CB1 4AH, England
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