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$9,500 for a Medieval Madness in southeast Pa.

By TaTa

6 years ago

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  • Latest reply 6 years ago by TheFamilyArcade
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#17 6 years ago

The first ones that are made in 1997 are the best and always will be ,the ones that are made now they won't be the same in alot of ways

#19 6 years ago

Lets look at cars for a min ,mustang they have the old ones and the new ones and most people still want the older ones and they still go for high prices so this MM thing will be the same thing over time

#21 6 years ago

:-)Yes your right it wasn't ,but the older one can have one

#34 6 years ago

Did u see in the backbox there's only one little broad lol that's looks not right some how ,not the same at all ?

#62 6 years ago

Well I already know before they are made that they will not be the same as the Original that is for sure ,if they did they would not be selling them for 8k ,as the old saying is you will always get what you pay for in life

#71 6 years ago
Quoted from Fatsquatch:

Granted, I'm FAR from being considered even remotely wealthy and don't light cigars with hundred dollar bills, but surely $8,000 is still considered a big chunk of money...right?

Your right

#147 6 years ago
Quoted from TaTa:

I'm starting to reconsider this sale after reading all the threads out there. Not to mention all the bruising I've had to endure. I'm starting to believe what many of you have PM me. That I should hold on to my original MM and not listen to all the hype that is out there. If you have seen the pics, then you know that this machine ,for the price, is a really good deal. If you're in the market for a Cubic Zirconia(MMR), then this is not for you. If you want the real deal Diamond(MM), then this could be the deal you've been waiting for! I'm not one who is against the remake. I'm happy more people will be able to experience the hobby and know the joy it brings to all of us. If you've been to a pinball related event lately then you know that we're a dying breed. We need all the help we can get from everything and everyone to infuse more youth into this hobby. If not, all our machines will be worthless. Who's coming up behind us to buy these machines? It's just coming down to preference at this time. My only question is though... If the two machines are perceived by many as equal to its original counter part, has the same rule set and will aesthetically look the same ( minus Williams logo), then why have they been sub titled into MM vrs MMR. One reason comes to mind... they're not the same! Thus, comparing the prices between the two is impossible to do.

Yes your so right ,keep your MM as I am keeping my also ,don't listen to all the hype out there your better off with yours as they can't make the machines like the Original one is .

Happy flipping

#154 6 years ago

Yea that's why I think the new MM won't be the same at all

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