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Doctor Who Time Expander Rising Platform


By Jo540

76 days ago



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#1 76 days ago

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Doctor Who Time Expander Rising Platform

Added: November 5th, 2020 Ended: November 12th, 2020
Condition: Used, fair condition

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$ 1,200 (OBO)

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I'm trying to sell this Dr. Who piece I found in a warehouse clean out. Sold as is.


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#2 76 days ago

?!?
Did he forget a decimal point?!?

#3 76 days ago

Very cool! A bit pricey, as most DW have this part, and though it is crucial for the game - most have it, and those paying $1200(!) will want to know that it works in full

#4 76 days ago

Dude, that's almost the price of a doctor who machine.... well not anymore, but damn!

#5 75 days ago
Quoted from jorant:

Dude, that's almost the price of a doctor who machine.... well not anymore, but damn!

It's real close. I bought a working Doctor Who in Frisco near Nob Hill for 2k last year. It's on location at Lynn's Pinball Parlor in Monterey, home of Monterey Flipper Pinball league. I wont fo near the thing unless the volume is turned down to zero.

#6 75 days ago

Are you trying to purchase the rest of the warehouse with the time expander profits?

#7 75 days ago

Its a rare item for sure, but sadly there are very few salvageable parts on this.

Almost everything would have to be replaced, and fortunately its all available still.

It will cost at least $600 to renew and make it work for parts alone, I just did one in similar condition.

$1200 is way off in price.

I would say $350-$450 in todays market and still be a high price.

#8 75 days ago
Quoted from pinballinreno:

I would say $350-$450 in todays market and still be a high price.

Exactly my thought... for a "unknown condition" part... very much way lower that that.
Sorry for the OP about the price policing... but I seriously can't believe anyone would come here thinking that item is worth the cost of a full machine.

Never mind; this poster doesn't get that luxury. One post. And they post about an item for sale?! at a redick price? yeah... no!

#9 69 days ago

So, I got this MPF. It is being shipped. My plan is to rebuild it. Even though I don't own a pin yet. Hoping beyond hope that other than the frame, that there are useable parts on it. I have the Faz document, and have many YouTube videos about it. So I am jumping in with both feet.

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