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Well here we are at the first auction held by US amusements in York PA held on 4-12-03. With the exception of the drive (which SUCKED) the location is very nice. The room rented had ample power for testing, painted and clean floors, and was well lit. There is even a nice old lady off in the back making sandwiches, hot dogs and hamburgers to order if you got hungry (and it tasted good too)
Lots of new faces at the show as many "regulars" for the Jersey shows, chose not to make the trip while a fresh batch of locales attened.
The collection of machine was not huge, but the choice of machines was different. There was a Johnny Mnemonic Pinball machine I wanted (if I had the cash). I haven't seen one in over a year, and a different collection of sit down machines were there to choose from too. In guess what I'm saying is that there has been a large group of machines that seem to show up at every auction and just get bought back to be resold at the next show, or get bough by collectors and resold an auction or two later. This show didn't contain the normal, constantly recycled machines The selection of parts for sale was small, but it didn't seem to be a "parts crowd" anyway.
So the bottom line is that I enjoyed the show and will make the trip again, even it is a 3 /12 hour trip. The conditions and building lay out are 100 times better then the building in Egg Harbor. On with the results
Remember.. I have no tie ins to ANY of these games. This was a Public auction, and I am not connected with any of the auctions houses on which I report. These games have been sold to new owners and are no longer for sale. This page is for reference only and a public service to it's readers. Any email regarding the purchase of these games will be ignored. All dates of future auctions will be posted on the main page as I here of them. Thanks for your corporation.