(Topic ID: 81509)

FS: SWE1 pinball 2000 (pin2k) cabinet, SOLD


By Piparoo

5 years ago



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#1 5 years ago

I'm going to pick up a SWEP1 this weekend and I'm thinking about making it or my RFM into a kit and selling the extra pin2k cabinet. Would that be something that anyone would be interested in? It would have everything in it but the playfield, shooter, translite and computer. What would be a good price for something like that?

Thanks

#2 5 years ago

I would have been interested in that... about six months ago.

To anyone who has a kit, this would be very, very interesting...

Might want to check with the guy who bought my SWEP1 kit... I'll PM you his U/N....

-Todd.

#3 5 years ago

Thanks Todd. I hope folks don't bristle at the thought of me splitting up the game from the cabinet. It's really just an issue of space for us. Only way I can keep two pins is if one of them is in a box somewhere

#4 5 years ago

They make great virtual pin cabs

#5 5 years ago
Quoted from Pdxmonkey:

They make great virtual pin cabs

Cool idea. Where does the translite monitor go?

#6 5 years ago
Quoted from Piparoo:

Cool idea. Where does the translite monitor go?

Where the translite is...

#7 5 years ago

As soon as I hit send I knew I was in for it

#8 5 years ago

does it have any of the following?

power driver board

transformer

coin door

lockdown bar

glass

coin door

i might be interested in it.

#9 5 years ago

Yes, it would have everything but what was mentioned above. I could even throw in the computer and just take the Prism card for my kit.

#10 5 years ago

PM sent...

#12 5 years ago

Thanks fellas. I think I've replied to everyone. Anyone want to take a stab on what something like this should sell for?

#13 5 years ago

hey, there's a guy here custom building a complete new game for these cabinets.
this might be something he could REALLY use in developing his prototypes.

his username = Linolium
a link to his thread = http://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/haunted-cruise-new-pinball2000-kit

#14 5 years ago

I was looking about 6 months ago (ie: Expo)... but not anymore. Good luck finding a home!

Jaz

#15 5 years ago

Thanks Jaz. When I pick it up I'm hoping it'll go to a good home

#16 5 years ago

I would say that cab is worth $500->$700 as long as everything in it works. EP1 + Computer would bring it back to the $2200/$2500 range.

Quoted from retired_user_101:

hey, there's a guy here custom building a complete new game for these cabinets.
this might be something he could REALLY use in developing his prototypes.
his username = Linolium
a link to his thread = http://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/haunted-cruise-new-pinball2000-kit

I don't need another cab myself right now, but that's for the thought!

#17 5 years ago

the driver board will go for 400.00 right now on ebay if working.

#18 5 years ago

I am going to sell the SWE1 cab, with or without the computer (your choice but I'm hanging on to the prism card). You will get everything from the game except the prism card, playfield, ball shooter and translite. PM me if you're interested. Thanks.

#19 5 years ago

Here's a photo of the cab I'm selling. PM me if you'd like more picsimage.jpg

#20 5 years ago
Quoted from Pdxmonkey:

They make great virtual pin cabs

Yes they do. We both have one that Markmon helped us do. He definitely has all the answers on this topic
I have RFM Kit and a virtual pin out of the EPS1

#21 5 years ago

Deposit has been received and the cabinet is sold, pending pickup. Thanks pinside and for all the interest guys

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