(Topic ID: 162230)

Don't know what to do with this HUO TSPP


By marc_b

3 years ago



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#1 3 years ago

On the fence on this one. I've a HUO TSPP- later production run. Perfect condition. Ridiculous low plays- less than 200 easily.
I have a zillion mods on hand to add- including but not limited to:
Mike Chestnut black chrome/nickel armor and legs
LED translite board
no upper flipper board from Pascal
MOE's tavern lit sign
Mike Chestnut brass plated ramps and sofa insert and monorail, etc
Flipper Fidelity speakers
COLOR LED DMD and a green DMD as well
Extra figures (additional)
NOS playfields clear coated by Chris Hutchins (hand picked at Stern 11 years ago- looked for one with great blues- there was a difference)
Invisiglass

I can't decide whether to sell the game as is and sell the parts separately (in one group) or go ahead and swap out the pf and install the mods and then sell.

I'm in Portland Oregon.

What say you guys? Upgrade or sell as is? What would good pricing be for:
The HUO machine only
The TSPP with upgrades installed (I sell uninstalled parts later)
The TSPP with grades included but not installed

#2 3 years ago

I also have a full set of NOS replacement parts- ALL ramps, plastic sets, sofas, cooling towers in red, NOS pinball topper from old Simpson game, figures, Homer head, etc.

#3 3 years ago

Play it.

#4 3 years ago
Quoted from marc_b:

Ridiculous low plays- less than 200 easily

Yep

#5 3 years ago

Put it all in and keep it forever!

But before you do, put that NOS Right Side plastic into a duplicator a few hundred times.

#6 3 years ago

How did you come across this machine? If you want to sell send me a PM

#7 3 years ago

Man... None of the above haha. Sell the PF and keep the rest! With that few plays swapping the playfield sounds insane.

#8 3 years ago

If you want to sell it you'll probably come out better selling it as is and selling the parts separately. If you plan to keep it mod it any way you would like.

#9 3 years ago

Pm me with an offer for the whole lot - you won't have to deal with 30 different guys.

#10 3 years ago

Do you still have the Paragon with the NOS clearcoated PF by Bill Davis I sold to you about 10 years ago??

#11 3 years ago

Suspect to get the maximum profit, break it out.....That being said, Id be game for the complete mod package ( mainly interested in Mike's harware pieces), but live in Asheville, so suspect someone between us would deserve a better deal. PM me a price on all the hardware, and PDI ( if still boxed)....definitely interested...Mark

#12 3 years ago
Quoted from SpiffyRob:

But before you do, put that NOS Right Side plastic into a duplicator a few hundred times.

This here is really the best advice given. Follow it to the letter.

#13 3 years ago

I'd be interested in this title and local I'd you decide to sell

#14 3 years ago

I'd sell the game as is and offer the buyer the extra parts at an extra price. Then work on selling what ever is leftover. It may take longer than it took to accumulate it all, but that's what I would do.

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