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A question about Haunted House Playfields

By Dbaum88

8 years ago


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#1 8 years ago

So, have these been reproduced? I heard that the cellar PF was rare until they did a repro. And that now the attic PF is the rarest and most valuable.

Any info out there on this? Any idea what playfields of Haunted House go for these days?

Thanks...

#2 8 years ago

No repo's done and probably wont ever be done.

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, MI.
269-979-3836

#3 8 years ago

I still don't get why these are not being done. Seems like the demand is there. I'd buy a set.

#4 8 years ago

So, no difference in value of the playfields? I just acquired an extra used main PF and attic PF and was curious of their worth, rarity?

#5 8 years ago

Apparently the drum sanders available to the various playfield producers are not large enough for the widebody format.

If they are in great condition I am sure they would fetch a pretty penny. The cellar playfields tend to be the most in demand, attics next and then mains.

List them and see what they will bring!

#6 8 years ago
Quoted from Gotpins:

I still don't get why these are not being done. Seems like the demand is there. I'd buy a set.

Id buy a set and don't even own the game.

#7 8 years ago

Apparently the drum sanders available to the various playfield producers are not large enough for the widebody format.

Is this really the reason? How were they sanded originally?

#8 8 years ago

Just get them touched up and cleared by a pro like Kruzman, thats what I will be doing down the road .....right after the 12 other ones that I have in line get done first....LOL.

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

#9 8 years ago
Quoted from Gotpins:

Apparently the drum sanders available to the various playfield producers are not large enough for the widebody format.
Is this really the reason? How were they sanded originally?

The sanders are certainly available, but they cost $4,000.

Even used ones will fetch $2,3000

http://www.grizzly.com/products/37-Drum-Sander-10-HP-Single-Phase/G0449

#10 8 years ago

Right what was meant by the statement was that CPR doesn't have one.

#11 8 years ago

Can we see picks of the playfields? I have a HH and want to compare yours with mine. If yours are in better shape, I will PM you.

#12 8 years ago
Quoted from Xenon75:

Right what was meant by the statement was that CPR doesn't have one.

I thought he asked how they were originally sanded?

#13 8 years ago

Will do shortly......just got the game itself tonight and I'm setting it up!

#14 8 years ago

I'm looking for art for any playfields to produce. If you have it contact me. I'm still looking at possibly doing Paragon playfields.

#15 8 years ago

These are the main and upper playfields I just acquired. They are in good condition. The attic is especially clean and nice and the main PF has a few wear spots but not much.

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#16 8 years ago

And the two together. Pinball porn.

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#17 8 years ago

I really haven't done anything to them yet so after cleaning and waxing they will be pretty spectacular I think!

#18 8 years ago

Had no idea you were getting a Haunted House, curious about where you found it. Congrats! Still enjoying the Met Pro?

#19 8 years ago

I love the MetPro, great new code but.....Actually I was contemplating selling/trading it. I am over my limit. And a very sick man...lol

#20 8 years ago

Wow man. First you thought STTNG was the best ever, sold it. Then Met Pro, now you might sell it? That, and you sold Tron! So when you gonna get the new ST. Played it at Curly's open house last week, love it, probably even more than Tron.

On another non-thread note, rebuilt the ES flippers last week, first game=20+ million.

When did you get Hot Shot? Is that Paul's old Hot Shot?

#21 8 years ago

Yes, that went to Chris C and then to me. I love it, pure shooting, drop target fun

#22 8 years ago

Congrats on the new haunted house! If you ever tire of it, and Mark doesn't snag it first , lemme know. It's on my want list for sure.

#23 8 years ago

Thanks Pip. I lucked into it on CL. Really nice condition, now if I can just fix this problem I could actually play it...

#24 8 years ago

still wish i hadn't sold mine.

perfect condition 10 out of 10.

#25 8 years ago
Quoted from futurepinhead:

Id buy a set and don't even own the game.

Me too! This game is definitely on my shortlist.

Quoted from retired_user_101:

still wish i hadn't sold mine.

perfect condition 10 out of 10.

I'll bet. I've seen a handful of these over the years and none of them came close to ranking a 10 out of 10. Any chance you have some old pics you could post? I'd love to see a what a nice one looks like.

#26 8 years ago

will look. think i've switched laptops a few times since then.

#27 8 years ago
Quoted from retired_user_101:

still wish i hadn't sold mine.
perfect condition 10 out of 10.

My wife said the same thing. Bought it back today.

#28 8 years ago
Quoted from jfh:

Bought it back today.

Congrats. I always wanted to buy back my CFTBL, but I don't know where it is.

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