Jack burton Registered User
#46

Andy is the man behind Heighway pinball, look them up, seem to be making some waves

BrownFinger Registered User
#47

geotrig said:
as far as I know /remember he moved back to the UK a good few years ago


and took 30 irish pins with him

geotrig Registered User
#48

haha well he probaby brought most of them in anyway !

ArrBee Registered User
#49

Bummer.

Well if anyone similar (dealing in buying, fixing, selling) stumbles on this thread in the future drop a message.
I'm in no rush, but would like to get a pinball sometime.

Jack burton Registered User
#50

Few pinball collectors here, myself and ****tydigit up there host league meets during the year. I currently have 3 machines myself.

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sundodger5 Registered User
#51

Mitchomagic is still selling the odd pinball afaik. He did middle man when i sold my police force.

CathalDublin Registered User
#52

I've 1 but not for sale, I may buy another in the future, when I get my shedcade built in the new year I'll have an open night

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Doge Registered User
#53

PINHEADS, PINHEADS!


Jack burton Registered User
#54

I prefer the term "pin pals"

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o1s1n Registered User
#55

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Jeremiah Matt S Registered User
#56

I'm definitely up for some pinball and would love to meet likeminded people into it. I did have a budget set out for a couple of machines but as with a lot of us, stuff just got in the way. I go to Base in Celbridge where they have a Spider-Man machine but honestly that place is missing a trick as far as retro gaming is concerned. I'd be there every day if they had some more pinball machines and Sega Rally 1&2, GTi club, Street Fighter 2, Afterburner, Pang, the list goes on. I'd happily invest in a proper retro arcade with the right location. As for Salthill in Galway, where I cut my gaming teeth. You should be ashamed of how little you have to offer now to all of us who spent our summers and piggy banks there 😭

whiteshorts Registered User
#57

Stumbled across this and how it has brought back memories of me playing pinball in all the arcades in Dublin cc many moons ago.
Would love to buy a machine but couldn't see the Missus thanking me for it ;(
Looking through the posts has got me thinking a trip into Dublin cc for a few games would be a good way of reliving me youth.
Anybody know where there are pinball machines nowadays?
Most of the places I used yo frequent are all probably closed down now.

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