Vintage slot machine website changes hands

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youngerap
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Hi, BP and PC.

Congrats on taking over Stuart's wonderful slottie site. Few minor queries, if I may?

1. Did Stuart's site not have a list of useful links?

2. How do I know when my registration as a member is complete? Or is this a work-in-progress?

3. Why am I asking these questions from PennyMachines?

Cheers,

Al
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1.The links page needs to be totally re built, many of the links are not working on the old site so its in progress

2.You will receive an email with your reg number,as yet ive not received a note from Paypal that there has been a donation from you... I will check direct with paypal
Have checked, we dont have a donation from you, when was it made,its just possible it went to Stuart and not us

3. I dont know why as there is a working contact page on the site :lol:
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bps collection.jpg

Just found this photo of BP's slot collection while checking out the new "Useful Links" page at www.penny-arcade.info

All the old links from Stuarts site have now been transferred, or removed as broken, many new links have been added and more will follow,please suggest some :cool:
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Site looks great, nice to see all Stuart's hard work in such worthy hands **xXx**
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coppinpr wrote: Sat Apr 15, 2017 11:17 am bps collection.jpg
Just found this photo of BP's slot collection while checking out the new "Useful Links" page at www.penny-arcade.info

All the old links from Stuarts site have now been transferred, or removed as broken, many new links have been added and more will follow,please suggest some :cool:
That's my wish list, I wondered where that had gone.
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As I am sure most of you will have noticed by now, Paul has been doing Sterling work creeping around at night, breaking into collectors' houses and photographing examples of machines for the various "Makers' Pages" on www.penny-arcade.info

However we need your help.
If you have one: -
not shown
that's a different version
you're particularly proud of
you think would interest others
Please use The Contact Page, normally we shall credit all contributions to the owner, unless you say not to.

Share your knowledge with us and help the flow.

BP
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Would you like a cheap Buckley Bones"

bones1 top.jpg

..........so would I but its not going to happen :#: but you can see how the Bones works on the new Buckley collection page at www.penny-arcade.info !!THUMBSX2!!
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Sehen Sie sich die neuen Gunter Wulff Seite
and Ruffler & Walker at www.penny-arcade.info
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Following Bob Dieth's death in 2015 the contents of their warehouse were sold of at auction. These photos showing  some of the  hundreds of parts and machines stored there were taken just before the sale.The basement contained many older machines in various                  states of decay and some interesting machines can be seen in the third photo down
  Where was that auction????
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I'm not certain but I think it was held at the Warehouse which was (I think) in Wakefield.
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