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EM Price Check - Gottlieb Pro Pool


By herbertbsharp

7 years ago



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#1 7 years ago

I don't even know where to start with EMs. A friend of mine has a Pro Pool by Gottlieb here are some pics. Any idea on price? I'm looking to help him sell it, not pick it up for my self. If you're interested in it let me know. Thanks

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#2 7 years ago

Minus the filth it looks to be in pretty good shape, does it work...completely?

#3 7 years ago

Hi,

I'm not an EM expert but based on what I've seen anywhere from $250-$500. I'm guessing the machine has been sitting for some time so it will need all the relays and points gone over. BG looks decent, cabinet looks ok. I think the theme is one of the more desirable ones. If your friend spends the time to restore it he can get more from someone who collects wedge heads. I might be interested if its in the lower range of my estimate.

#4 7 years ago

It's kind of hard to determine a value unless we know how much playfield wear there is, how the front of the cabinet and coin door area looks, how the left side of the cabinet and head looks, and if it plays. From what I can see it looks nice. Add-a-ball games such as this had low production runs which tends to make them a little more collectible but not a lot. Ballpark price without knowing the above information would be between $400 - $800. If the whole game looks as nice as your pics and plays, lean toward the higher end. Games that are in excellent condition - look like home use only with low plays - might demand more.

Dave

#5 7 years ago

book says $625. Boston Pinball Ebay data says avg $600 - for what they're worth

Looking at the pics, it does look good below the glass. There should be a game counter inside the cabinet - it'd be interesting to see the count.

#6 7 years ago

Thanks everybody!

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