I'm looking for a decent White Water in the sub $4k range.
Quoted from aztarac:
Throwing this up there again:
While not in Colorado - I'm about 6 hours from Denver and willing to meet part way if needed.
I'm selling my HUO POTC - full playfield LEDs, cannon mod, alternate pirate slingshot plastics, and a Back Alley Creations speaker panel. Playfield is beautiful as is the cabinet inside and out. PM if interested and I can send additional pictures and any additional info needed. Will prep for shipping through NAVL, etc. Asking $4500
I sold this pin to Walt awhile back. You'd be hard pressed to find a POTC as nice as this one. Walt's a great guy to deal with, too.
Quoted from fosaisu:
I thought about calling but couldn't justify a U-Haul trailer rental, 8 hour round-trip drive from Denver and day off of work for a game I wouldn't see until I got there. I hope a pinsider scoops it up though!
Now you know how us Wyoming pinheads feel! Usually, it's always situations like this or some other form of pinball "scraps".
Anyway, hope someone can scoop up the deal. Those DM ramps are awesome!
Quoted from jar155:
I'm going to bring a game out to RMPS, most likely. I'm not planning on selling, but with a good enough of an arm twist, I might let something go. It'll be one of the following:
- Elvira and the Party Monsters
- Bride of Pinbot
- Ghostbusters LE (this one would be 100% not for sale)
Any preferences for what I should bring out? All machines are in great shape.
If I remember correctly, there's usually a BoP and SM there.
GBLE if you have it. Gotta check out those magna slings and ecto goggles!
Seems like this thread's dried up a bit since Pinside started charging to list games. Some have mentioned a Facebook group. Any care to share the group?
I just went to post a game for sale on Pinside until I found out about the $35 fee. I don't mind paying to sell here, but that's a little too steep for me. $10 would've been no problem.
It's too bad because finding and discussing pins for sale from those who are regularly in the hobby is enjoyable. Oh well...
Quoted from Wickerman2:
I think it's $35 for "top tier" games correct? $10 otherwise? I'm not positive.
There's six tiers. Mine just happened to fall into the highest. $35 may seem like a small percentage of the game itself, but it's still a lot of money to me. It's like a tank of gas in the truck, a dinner with the wife, or a nice bottle of whiskey!
By the way, I just made a small donation to Pinside. I do appreciate this place and the community.
Quoted from Mr68:
I will be shipping my boards to Rob Anthony from now on unless some of you have a suggestion. I also could use a reliable tech recommendation or two. PM’s welcomed.
That's too bad. Sorry to hear that.
I've never had board work done by Rob, but I did buy a game from him and saw his "lab". Really nice guy to deal with, and I'm sure you're in good hands now.
Is Denver Craigslist usually this dry for 90’s DMD? I’ve been checking daily for the past couple weeks, and there’s hardly anything available.
Maybe a few more titles will pop up after expo?
If you like the LOTR style and theme, there's a Hobbit on CL right now that might work for you.
I have a GB Pro, and I love it! I've kind of cooled on it over the summer, but I'm finding my second wind on it now and play it daily. It really is a great game. Some things in the code need changed to improve it, and I'm hoping the final code release will do it justice. It's polarizing on Pinside, but I was fortunate to get one without any quality or gameplay issues. I wish I would've gone Premium, but the Pro is a good choice.
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