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Big Hurt frank thomas pinball


By goggleloy

4 years ago



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#1 4 years ago

Does anyone know the value of this machine. I am looking to sell it and its really nice, I would like to trade up to a newer sternIMG_0637.JPGIMG_0637.JPGIMG_0637.JPG

#2 4 years ago

What's going on with your DMD? Or did you just get the picture during an amination change. This game is on the low end of DMD machines. Depending on the condition, I'd say $800-$1,300.

#3 4 years ago

It was just the picture, it works fine. thanks for the reply

#4 4 years ago

You need a Chicago buyer - a huge White Sox fan would love this one.

#5 4 years ago

Right on, its in really nice shape for its age

#6 4 years ago

Location? Stack15 is spot on.

#7 4 years ago

I own one (bought 2014)...talked to 5 different previous owners that had sold theirs in 2014. They had sold between 1500-1700.

Condition is king...but if you're in good condition, then it should fall in there

#8 4 years ago

You might be able to trade for High Roller Casino or World Poker Tour.

#9 4 years ago
Quoted from txstargazer3:

You need a Chicago buyer - a huge White Sox fan would love this one.

I'm an Angels fan and like it! Nice Big Hurts go in the $1500- $2000 range. But I wouldn't sell mine for that.

#10 4 years ago

This pin is a lot of fun. If there is not any playfield wear you will do a lot better. $1500 is probably fair.

#11 4 years ago

Thanks guys I really appreciate all the input, this game has the clear protectors still in the cabinet, I really would like to trade

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#12 4 years ago

Three areas that help determine condition on Big Hurt is the area between the flippers and the mylar sheet. The right kickout hole and the upper mode inserts. I have seen those burned from the flasher's heat.

#13 4 years ago

There is only one that has a little burn, since I noticed it, I changed all these to LEDs

#14 4 years ago

I think all BH's have a "little" burn. One reason you don't remove the mylar.

#15 4 years ago

I have seen this title listed in our area a couple of times in the past two years at around $1500-1600 OBO. Presumably selling at $1300-1500. Yours looks to be in slightly better condition than those, but worth nowhere near the $2800 you are asking on craigslist.

#16 4 years ago

I put it at a high price on CL because they always are going to negotiate, its easy to start high and go lower, I would be happy around 2k to be honest. I really want to trade it though and possibly some cash for a newer machine

#17 4 years ago

This title gets no love, even though it's one of the better 90's Gottlieb pins. I think you'll be waiting a long time if you're trying to sell/trade at 2k. Mine had a little playfield wear near the flippers and I had to settle at $1050. Maybe you'll have better luck than I did.

#18 4 years ago

I played this at the PBHOF and was really surprised and impressed. To build this machine today would take lots of $$$$.
Can you adjust the settings at all on the number of times the game calls out:
"Frank Thomas"

If one came up for sale in CO, I'd have to seriously consider it.

#19 4 years ago
Quoted from Aladdin:

Can you adjust the settings at all on the number of times the game calls out:
"Frank Thomas"

Hold both flipper buttons for a few seconds when starting the game and the callouts will be reduced. It is like Stargate.

#20 4 years ago

Around here, Big Hurt sits at $1300. A couple people tried for a long time to sell their's at that price. It's not anywhere near a $2000 game. I actually want one, but I still didn't jump at $1300, they can be had cheaper than that.

#21 4 years ago

My dad paid $800 for his in pretty rough shape cosmetically.

#22 4 years ago

Thanks for all the input guys, I guess I hope to get around 1500 I hope

#23 4 years ago

If you were in CO I would buy it or trade you for it, should be no problem.

#24 4 years ago

Whatca got nighttaco, maybe we can meet halfway?

#25 4 years ago

Too busy to do a trip, if you come through here I'll give you $1500 for it though. I have a Maverick, Waterworld, Starship Troopers, Who Dunnit, SM, project Goldeneye that I would be willing to part with for the right price/trade...

#26 4 years ago

Looking to trade down my SM. Maybe we can work something out.

#27 4 years ago
Quoted from nighttaco:

Too busy to do a trip, if you come through here I'll give you $1500 for it though. I have a Maverick, Waterworld, Starship Troopers, WHO dunnit, SM, project Goldeneye that I would be willing to part with for the right price/trade...

Quoted from davep999888:

Looking to trade down my SM. Maybe we can work something out.

Man would guys looking to get rid of you Spider-Man's let me know when your coming through Arizona please.

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#28 3 years ago

honestly 1000 is probably the best you're gonna really get out of this one, I have it once people start playing they seem to really dig it over here, I got it in a lot and the guy basically gave it to me because it doesn't really move too well

#29 3 years ago

You might get $1,200-$1,500 on CL... That's one of the Gottlieb System 3 favorites. I just sold my Tee'd Off for $1,400 pretty easily - with multiple interested. (My Tee'd Off was in great shape.)

You might be able to get a Stern T3 for around $2k. Good luck.

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