Quoted from lyonsden:
From your ad:
$2000-Bop 2.0 package with color dmd.
$500-new Bop 2.0 decals and translite
$1000-brand new playfield
(included with 2.0 kit) -flipper fidelity speakers and amp
$15-new shooter rod assembly
-lit flipper button
-comet leds throughout
-the good pop bumper led rings from pinball life
-new colored posts and purple silicone rubbers
-custom bop apron magnet
$50 -new upper playfield
-helmet super nice original
I'm guessing around $6k in parts. Labor costs really depends. Some people like doing it, some people don't. Not sure how to charge for it unless it was done by one of the big names in restorations, but let's say $1k. You are the second owner, it has been enjoyed, etc. Say it has 500 plays since being redone. At $1 per game, take $500 off.
$7k seems high, $6500 seems more reasonable.
BoP is a really fun game, but it's basically a system 11 in terms of play, not boardset. It's a 1500 game, play-wise, and can be had for half that in working order if you are patient. If your look here yeah you'll overpay for the base, it's what people do here. 2.0 kit runs better part of 2k. Expect $1500 returned on that cost. Alternate cab and translight are with nothing and cost money to replace. You did that because you like it, that don't mean anyone else will pay extra for it. New shooter, nothing. New pf has value but it's used now too, $700 to start but unless the old one is coming too it's not $700 more in game value. Just because you put not into a game thank it's worth did not make it worth that much. A 2.0 is worth about 3-3.5k. I wouldn't sell mine for that, but that does not make it worth what I'd need to get to take it from me. Just adding the parts cost is unrealistic. Putting a 50k kitchen in a run down house does not make the house worth that much more. There is an intrinsic value of things that people here don't like to pay attention to when pricing things. Will someone pay 7k, sure it will take time but you can always find a sucker if you get lucky and are patient.