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Pinball Collection of mike in p-hill
21 pinball machines
last updated: 09/15/2017
  Member: mike in p-hill
From: Pleasant Hill,OH USA (find on the map)
Specialty': no specialty
Member since: 02/14/2012
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mike in p-hill owns these 21 pinballs:

pinball nameDBmanufacturerconditionis it for sale?notespictures
BAYWATCH Sega (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
BLACK ROSE Midway (USA)Set up, needs some workNever  
BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA Williams (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
ELVIRA AND THE PARTY MONSTERS Midway (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
FLASH GORDON Bally (USA)Set up, needs some workNever  
MEDIEVAL MADNESS REMAKE Chicago Coin (USA)Set up, plays!NeverMMR  
ROLLERGAMES Williams (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
SCARED STIFF Bally (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
SEAWITCH Stern (USA)Set up, needs some workNever  
SPACE INVADERS Bally (USA)Set up, needs some workNever  
SPIRIT OF 76 Gottlieb (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
STAR TREK Bally (USA)Set up, needs some workNever  
STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION Williams (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
STAR WARS Data East (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
THE ADDAMS FAMILY Midway (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
THE LORD OF THE RINGS Stern (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
THEATRE OF MAGIC Midway (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
TOMMY Data East (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
VIPER NIGHT DRIVIN' Sega (USA)Set up, plays!Would trade  
WHO DUNNIT Midway (USA)Set up, plays!Never  
XENON Bally (USA)Set up, needs some workNever  
DISCLAIMER: This page shows the pinball machine Collection of PinballOwners member mike in p-hill from Pleasant Hill, OH, USA. The coin operated pinball machines listed above, including their images, were uploaded into our database by mike in p-hill himself; mike in p-hill is the sole responsible for the information contained in this page. The pinball machines shown above are not necessarily for sale! Please refer to the 4th column in the list to know whether a certain pinball is for sale or not. Most likely mike in p-hill's pinball machines are second-hand (used) pinballs that were once installed in bars and other public places; their value as a collectible largely depends on appearance and functionality of every single machine.
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