Our Pinball Machines


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Click on the links for more information about each of the pinball machines we've owned.

Our first pinball machine (second from left) was Star Trek - 25th Anniversary, made by Data East (1991), purchased at a local coin op auction in September 1998. We sold it in 2005.

Our second pinball machine (left) is Starship Troopers, made by Sega (1997), purchased online in July 1999.

Our third pinball machine (second from right) was Apollo 13, made by Sega (1995), purchased from Indy Amusements in December 2000. We sold it in 2005.

Our fourth pinball machine (right) was Monopoly, made by Stern Pinball (2001). It arrived on Halloween 2001, with a manufacture date of 10/24/01! This was our first brand new pin. We purchased it on eBay from United Distributors in Wichita, Kansas. We sold it in 2012.

Here's a nice shot of the three older pins...

...and here's a closeup of the newest pin..


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