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Dirty Harry value


By t2

5 years ago



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#1 5 years ago

How much for a players condition Dirty Harry? Cabinet decent, does have a little decal peeling by legs. Back box beat, some corners broken. Play field nice but does have some insert decals peeling off. Couple broken plastics. Ramps look good. DMD is flaking out every so often. Needs a complete shop out. Was showing credit dot. It was to dark to get any good pics. Owner is an op and has it on location. Was thinking $1500-$1800 in present condition? Thanks

#2 5 years ago

You are in the right range. Super nice go for 2400ish. So figure out what you will put into it and work backwards.

#3 5 years ago

Agreed, 1500-1800. Great game, loving mine right now.

#4 5 years ago

Add 1k if it's an original sample with the drop target, Add 500 if it's got the DT mod done well. It really makes an already great game a lot better.

#5 5 years ago

1500 for one that needs total restoration.

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#6 5 years ago
Quoted from fumbleflippers:

Add 1k if it's an original sample with the drop target, Add 500 if it's got the DT mod done well. It really makes an already great game a lot better.

What's the DT mode?

#7 5 years ago

Dirty Harry is a great pinball machine but the outlanes are a real bitch! I'd say high teens like $1700 - $1900.

#8 5 years ago
Quoted from t2:

What's the DT mode?

+1 I have the sample with drop target. Is the DT a drop target mod?

#9 5 years ago

DT mod stands for drop target mod, yes. The sample games(approx 200) shipped with a drop target in the warehouse lane. The code to drive it is present in all versions of the software. The way to spot a sample vs the mod is the samples have correct key lines drawn around the target. The mod will be paint all the way to the edges of the newly cut hole for the drop target.

#10 5 years ago
Quoted from fumbleflippers:

DT mod stands for drop target mod, yes. The sample games(approx 200) shipped with a drop target in the warehouse lane. The code to drive it is present in all versions of the software. The way to spot a sample vs the mod is the samples have correct key lines drawn around the target. The mod will be paint all the way to the edges of the newly cut hole for the drop target.

Unless a pro like Chris at hep builds you one and then there might be 201

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#11 5 years ago
Quoted from Chicoman:

Dirty Harry is a great pinball machine but the outlanes are a real bitch! I'd say high teens like $1700 - $1900.

if you want to make it easier, replace those outlane rubbers with single rings. then play with the post positioning...

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#12 4 years ago

Dirty Harry is a 1900 dollar game if in good shape.

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