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2004 Stern Elvis Selling Advice


By Bradp56

3 months ago



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#1 3 months ago

I have an excellent condition. 2004 Stern Elvis Pinball machine that I am selling for a family friend. Looking for price advice. Thanks I’m advance.

#2 3 months ago
Quoted from Bradp56:

I have an excellent condition. 2004 Stern Elvis Pinball machine that I am selling for a family friend. Looking for price advice. Thanks I’m advance.

People here who aren’t local, have no interest in buying it, or own one themselves will say $6,000.

Someone who might actually want to buy it will say $3000-4000.

I’d probably be interested In a game like that for $3000-3500.

#3 3 months ago
Quoted from CrazyLevi:

People here who aren’t local, have no interest in buying it, or own one themselves will say $6,000.
Someone who might actually want to buy it will say $3000-4000.
I’d probably be interested In a game like that for $3000-3500.

agree. If you want to sell it fairly quick $3500. If you want to keep it $4000+.

#4 3 months ago

Some history of them here in the northeast at around the 4500-5500 range in the last year or two.

3500 is giving it away. The pickers give more than that. 4k is moves pretty quick... above 4500 is wait and see. List for 5k and see what your offers are

#5 3 months ago

One around here was listed at $3,900 and just sold. Not sure what sale price was. Agree with $3-4K range.

#6 3 months ago
Quoted from Bradp56:

I have an excellent condition. 2004 Stern Elvis Pinball machine that I am selling for a family friend. Looking for price advice. Thanks I’m advance.

Excellent condition, mint cabinet, clean playfield?

It’s north of 4K all day long.

#7 3 months ago

I’m sure these will vary regionally. A friend of mine had a very nice example for sale; shopped out, nice cab and no pf wear and don’t think he got more than 3700. Somewhere between 3500 and 3700 anyway.

One thing i noticed about this game is there is only one Elvis on pinside. Meaning the median price is influenced by the Gold Editions. Its like combing pros and LE’s into the same category.

#8 3 months ago
Quoted from Completist:

I’m sure these will vary regionally. A friend of mine had a very nice example for sale; shopped out, nice cab and no pf wear and don’t think he got more than 3700. Somewhere between 3500 and 3700 anyway.
One thing i noticed about this game is there is only one Elvis on pinside. Meaning the median price is influenced by the Gold Editions. Its like combing pros and LE’s into the same category.

It’s a game nobody really likes but you don’t see them often, just like Stones.

These games were swallowed up fans and they just aren’t out there in big numbers.

#9 3 months ago

Here some pics. Thank you all.

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#10 3 months ago

Tell him it will play better if it’s not bolted sideways to the wall

#11 3 months ago

if you want to sell it it needs to be below $4k. Anything above $4k be prepared to wait. I have seen many sit at $4k loaded with brass trim for a while. I have not dog in the fight and do not care, but these guys saying $4500-$5k are crazy.

#12 3 months ago

Any wear around the flipper buttons?

#13 3 months ago

Last thing you want to do is listen to people like Levi, all he knows is turds and sausage when it comes to the pinball market

flynnibus has the right idea. If this is a nice HUO example, take better pics and show the shooter lane if it's nice. The 5k starting point is probably isn't too far off.

Regardless the market will speak for itself, and you can always lower price as needed.

#14 3 months ago
Quoted from Bradp56:

Here some pics. Thank you all.
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guessing it has flipper button wear since you cut out the buttons in all the pics?

#15 3 months ago

average selling price is around 4k for standard. maybe 3800 on the low end. been watching them for years. le might get low 4100-4300. great underrated game, with a non dimpled playfield. todays standards it would be a Le build.

#16 3 months ago

Last few I saw here in California sat at low $3000ish IIRC. Don’t know if they sold or not, probably about a year ago. Haven’t seen one since, and considering selling mine, especially if they are averaging closer to $4k.

#17 3 months ago

Somebody should buy this game quick for $4k. It looks to be in very nice condition and is a real fun underrated game.

#18 3 months ago
Quoted from krazy53:

Last few I saw here in California sat at low $3000ish IIRC. Don’t know if they sold or not, probably about a year ago. Haven’t seen one since, and considering selling mine, especially if they are averaging closer to $4k.

They tend to sit especially in the $4k range

#19 3 months ago
Quoted from krazy53:

Last few I saw here in California sat at low $3000ish IIRC. Don’t know if they sold or not, probably about a year ago. Haven’t seen one since, and considering selling mine, especially if they are averaging closer to $4k.

I think I saw/played one of those. One was brought to CAX and was for sale. I'm pretty sure the price was $3500 obo. I don't think it sold.

I considered buying it but was out of room at home, plus I just bought a BM66 that same day.

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