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2001 Pt Cruiser Pinball Hauler at

As gas prices went up I needed a cheaper way to make long pinball runs.  My solution was a 2001 PT Cruiser. 
1st you take the back seats out and put down some plywood to keep from snagging the cabinet on the latches.

Next put down an old blanket to protect the lip on the end and cut some pvc pipe to roll the pinball on.  The in just site on the
1st roller and slides right back.  Once the pin is all the way back open the coin door and tilt it up to allow someone to remove the pvc pipe.

Here you can see a Lord of the Rings Pinball in my little PT even with my seat all the way back.  So even hauling a game you can fit
two people in the car.

Some claim to be able to haul two game in a PT but it would not be east and I bet the front passenger seat would need to come out.

Not bad eh?

Safe and snug for a 250+ mile trip back home.

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