So we took a trip up to Hagerstown, Maryland with Mr. Gene Wills, to pick up some pins @ CoinOp Warehouse. Got some very good deals, and filled the cargo van up. In fact it was so full, I had to ride the 4 hours home on a drum throne between the front seats. Good times!
In this hour long extended episode, with bonus audio issues, we discuss where to find your first pin, and what to look for once you’ve found it. We talk about eBay, Craigslist, online forums, and more!
Auction Game Sales–Arcade and pinball auctions around WV, NC, and TN.
Pinside–Very good online forum, with a large marketplace for pins, and pin parts.
Mr. Pinball Classifieds–The largest, and oldest pinball classified site on the web.
Boston PInball eBay Sales Summary–Didn’t mention this in the show, but a good site to see if that pin you are bidding on is a good deal or not.
Coin Taker Pinball LEDs–The place for all your pinball lighting needs.
CPR Classic Playfield Reproductions–Needing a better than new playfield? These are the guys to see.
Coin Op Warehouse–The place to buy anything that takes quarters (or tokens).
Rottendog–Needing a better than new board for your pin? These are the guys.