(Topic ID: 199557)

Eight Ball Deluxe '84 Price Check

By Elevatorman

2 years ago

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#1 2 years ago

Fully working
All displays are bright and work
BG is excellent not a mark on it
Playfield is super nice,no wear at all
Cab is also very nice but the yellow is a bit faded on one side.
Boards are clean, no alkaline
It's all original.

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#2 2 years ago

I bought one of these off a local ebay ad for $1500, but it wasn't as nice. I'd expect at least $2k to $2500 on this maybe more. For as many as they made of these, they don't come up as often as you'd hope. Especially in nice shape.

#3 2 years ago
Quoted from TheRave:

For as many as they made of these, they don't come up as often as you'd hope. Especially in nice shape.

You are right about that and usually they are pretty trashed.

#4 2 years ago

Unshopped with D1M, looks like a good candidate for restoration. As far as how much $$$ as it sits, I have restored several of these and the money adds up quick. $2,000 would be a fair price as it sits, any more than that and I would need to look under the hood to see how much work is waiting for me. Playfield looks good with a couple of exceptions. A nice backglass is a plus.

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#9 2 years ago

After seeing additional pics, I would say $2500 or more to the right buyer.

#10 2 years ago

I would post on CL at 3300 and see what happens. People like the larger BG compared to the LE.

#11 2 years ago

2500 no less- you may get more but thats a sell it price for sure. Very nice example.

#12 2 years ago

Thanks for all your opinions.Never owned one and they were all over the board on prices.
I plan to do a nice refurbish/shop job on it and list it in the Marketplace.
I know I can add leds with the no flicker boards but I'm assuming most people that would want an older classic like this would want incandescent?
Leds just look so good with white GI and color matched inserts in my opinion but not everyone's.
Thanks for all responses.

#13 2 years ago

I'd skip the LEDs, hard to say what the buyer will want to do with it. The extra time and $ may not be worth it. It'll sell on its own merits, as it's in very nice condition! Good luck with the sale, whoever gets it should be very happy.

#14 2 years ago

Rufessor is spot on regarding $2500 as low price on this pin. Original, good condition pin warrants this estimate.

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