(Topic ID: 291154)

Bally Star Trek price check

By steamfitter

6 months ago


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  • Latest reply 6 months ago by eagle18
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#1 6 months ago

I'm curious to know what people think how much this is worth , I have between $5000.00 and $6000.00 cnd in it not counting labor .

Here is the list of new parts

CPR playfield
CPR playfield plastic set
3-pop bumper cap
3-rod and ring
3-pop bumper skirt
3-pop bumper body
3-pop bumper bass
3-pop bumper light sockets
3 spring
3-spoons
9-Pop Bumper Bracket Mounting Fin Screws
35-Translucent Finned 1 3/16″ Star Post
4-1-3/8″ Tall Metal Post With #10-32 Threaded Base
1-Metal Post 1-7/16″ With Cutaway Wood Screw Base
4-star trek drop target
5-stand up target
2-Bally Flipper Bat & Shaft Assembly
2-lane guides
2-1-1/2″ Standard Size Translucent High Gloss Super-Bands™ Flipper Rubber
4-7/16″ OD Super-Bands Mini Post
rubber kit
115-light sockets
1n4004 diodes
113-COMET 2 SMD with color matching inserts
2-Comet Fire Bulb
Bally Flipper Rebuild Kit
2-cabinet flipper switches
shooter rod
shooter spring
barrel spring
shooter lane guard
shooter lane hood bracket
apron decals
2-locks
2 quarter price plate
comet color changing Illuminated Flipper Button Kit
playfield glass
lockdown bar
SS side rails
18-3/4″ Rounded Head Spiral Nail
8-Cabinet Glides – 3/4″
4-Williams/Bally New Style Leg Bracket
8-leg bolts
4-leg leveler
4-legs
4-PinGuard Cabinet Protectors
power switch
power cord
Pinitech UNO displays
All .100 and .156 terminal and housing
4-head bolts

https://nvram.weebly.com/new-pcbs.html
MPU
Solenoid Driver / Voltage Regulator Board.
Sound Board
Lamp Driver Board with LED support
Rectifier Board

cabinet and head
pinball pimp stencils

I'm sure i missed somethings

full restoration here https://www.maaca.org/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=25151

Thanks

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#2 6 months ago

That’s a nice thread and a good looking machine! I hope you are able to get a decent amount for it. I know with my restorations I’m afraid to even try to sell them because of price policing and don’t even know where to begin to price. I’m constantly told you never get what you put in them which is sad because personally I think it makes more sense to spend 5k on a perfect classic that was brought back from the dead and better than new, by someone in the hobby. compared to some of these new 15-20k games you see on the market in the last 30 days.

#3 6 months ago

Thanks

It was a really fun project . I probably have more in it than book value

#4 6 months ago

The experience of restoration, knowing you saved and enhanced another classic pinball - priceless.
Looks great!

#5 6 months ago
Quoted from steamfitter:

Thanks
It was a really fun project . I probably have more in it than book value

yup, if 5 to 6k is your build list, better keep it

#6 6 months ago
Quoted from ccbiggsoo7:

yup, if 5 to 6k is your build list, better keep it

HUO

#7 6 months ago

U did an amazing restore on that and I imagine it plays awesome. When u put in new boards and repin all the connectors on those old Bally’s they absolutely come to life. Great job. I agree with mrm_4. Unfortunately u probably have more than double in what u can get for that at this time unless u find the right person. Keep it and enjoy it and all your work!

#8 6 months ago
Quoted from eagle18:

U did an amazing restore on that and I imagine it plays awesome. When u put in new boards and repin all the connectors on those old Bally’s they absolutely come to life. Great job. I agree with mrm_4. Unfortunately u probably have more than double in what u can get for that at this time unless u find the right person. Keep it and enjoy it and all your work!

Yeah, I would agree. I enjoy the game, but as a fan, I biased. I don't know that this one gets a lot of love to command very much. Not worth enough to get rid of.

#9 6 months ago

No plans on selling it yet . I was curious to see if people thought it was worth more because it was fully restored .
It's in good company.

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#11 6 months ago

Looks like all new boards and u repinned everything. Really brings those 70’s Bally’s to life. Enjoy!

#12 6 months ago
Quoted from eagle18:

Looks like all new boards and u repinned everything. Really brings those 70’s Bally’s to life. Enjoy!

Now That's funny

#13 6 months ago
Quoted from eagle18:

U did an amazing restore on that and I imagine it plays awesome. When u put in new boards and repin all the connectors on those old Bally’s they absolutely come to life. Great job. I agree with mrm_4. Unfortunately u probably have more than double in what u can get for that at this time unless u find the right person. Keep it and enjoy it and all your work!

You said the same thing 15 days ago

#14 6 months ago

Go play with a alligator

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