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    us
    Jan 2009
    Utah
    Whites XLT //Fisher CZ-3D
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Let's Play Pin!

    I really enjoy playing a good game of pin. So does my son.
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    us
    I dig zinc....

    Oct 2010
    Tyler, TX
    Fisher F75 standard (last 3 yrs.) CTX-3030 10-04-13
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    Metal Detecting

    Re: Let's Play Pin!

    I, too, love pinball machines. I used to have a really old one that was made in the early '50's. I can't recall the brand, but, I think it was a Bally. It had a cowboy shoeing a horse and whenever you scored 100 points the horse would kick the cowboy over the pen's fence. It was all electro-mechanical, using a ton of flat spring relays and solenoids. I restored it to 100% working condition, but, made the mistake of refinishing the outside, as well, making it a walnut stain. It looked very nice and that hurt the resale, although, I only paid $50 for it, I sold it for $2000
    Roland

    All electrical devices are powered by smoke......when the smoke escapes, they no longer work.

 

 

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