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For sale: Black Knight 2000


By Elleway

58 days ago



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#1 58 days ago

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$ 7,500 (OBO)

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For sale: Black Knight 2000
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Added: September 25th, 2019 Ended: November 4th, 2019
Condition: Used - shows wear but 100% working and clean

Item description

Williams BLACK KNIGHT 2000 Pinball Machine Rare Collector Man cave Must Have!!!.


For sale is a Williams BLACK KNIGHT pinball machine.

Machine has been in my man cave for many years, I know I’ll regret selling this one. Machine has many upgrades and works flawlessly. Before I get into the details I NEED to say this machine is 29 years old, so it is not new. there are scuffs scratches and blemishes throughout. But in my opinion that’s the most nostalgic aspect of this beauty. I cannot declare shipping costs as any pin collector knows what it’s going to take to ship this. I can completely crate “additional cost” palletize arrange shipping and load onto a truck or any Courier. This is my personal machine but can be shipped from my commercial business.


Latest ROMs burnt into OTP’s

Pinscore LED matrix “replaced fluorescent”

play field incandescent converted to LED

working coin mechs

Most of the rubbers new

Some play field plastics new


Machine will be completely shopped prior to shipping by myself Dana Dash MSEE Tri State Electric R&S INC. and FULLY guaranteed!


Black Knight 2000 pinball machine was designed by Steve Ritchie and is a sequel to Black Knight (1980). It features the voice of Chicago singer Stephanie Rogers.


Game Features:


Flippers (3), Pop bumpers (3), Ramps (2), 3-bank drop-targets (2), Vertical Up-kicker (1), Kick-out hole (1), Split-level playfield, Horseshoe lane, Magna-save, Kickback. Hitting the three targets on the drawbridge lowers the drawbridge, providing access to the skyway ramp.Three multiball modes: “Double Knight’s Challenge” (2-ball), regular multiball (3-ball), and “King’s Ransom” multiball (3-ball timed wizard mode).


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#2 58 days ago

GIVE ME YOUR MONEY.

(Just JK this dude’s high)

But hey, at least some of the rubbers are new!

#3 58 days ago

I originally thought it read 2500.

Now I see it’s 7500.

Guessing this is a joke.

#4 58 days ago

Cool pin. Value is more like $2500. No clue where you pulled $7500 from.

#5 58 days ago

Hoping for better luck on your 2nd post

#6 58 days ago

$7,500 ??? WTF MAN! Just like real estate in 2006. All will come crashing down. OP STAY OFF THE PCP MAN!

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#7 58 days ago

A nice pristine BK2K sold for around $4500 a few months ago. This is definitely not in that range.

There have been a lot that sold $3000 range

#8 58 days ago

It’s a 2500 unique pin. 4500 pristine or not is to much for this pin.

#10 58 days ago

and/or
SCRAM

#11 58 days ago

wow! ... just ... wow!

#12 58 days ago

Someone delete this scammers account! Probably the same person that calls your cellphone claiming to be John (with a Hindi accent) from the IRS.

#13 58 days ago

Could I pay with mostly counterfeit bills?

#14 58 days ago
Quoted from dsuperbee:

Could I pay with mostly counterfeit bills?

Yes, all with Apple gift cards!

#15 58 days ago

You are crazy lol

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#17 58 days ago

Backbox looks like it was touched up perfectly...with a ball peen hammer.
I know slide save damage when I see it!

#18 58 days ago
Quoted from Gryszzz:

I know slide save damage when I see it!

*shutter* don't even joke aboot it man....too soon!

#19 58 days ago

Does it come with 5500 bucks in quarters in the cash box?

#20 58 days ago

Thread delivers. Comedy, not pinball. But it delivers.

#21 58 days ago

Or maybe OP thought he was posting it on EBay and forgot this is Pinside??

#22 58 days ago

For that much It doesn’t even include the original topper? That’s good the coin mechs work tho....

#23 58 days ago

Left slingshot plastic is broken, and the plastic behind the left outlane is totally wrong. However, these are totally normal things that won't devalue it at all. Fixing them, in fact, is worth additional money as it helps you bond with your game.

I wonder if it needs any solder reflowed? You can do this yourself once the game is delivered, assuming you are a doofus.

How many plays has it had in the past 12 years?

Would you take $7299?

(These sick jokes brought to you by a guy who just won't let go of the imamaculate Baywatch meme.)

#24 58 days ago

The moderators are all drunk, which is why OP has not been removed from this website.

#25 58 days ago

Does it include the topper

#26 58 days ago

He is listed as part of the "Dirty Dozen" tax scammers for the 2018 filing season.

#27 58 days ago

Ads like this are just.. . adorable. I picture the OP deciding to put his game up thinking, yeah! I can get $7500! They do it all day on ebay! Where else can I advertise? Googlegooglegoogle pinball sites, ooh! Pinside! Let me register! RegisterRegisterRegister! Write long silly description, upload those pictures, set price, BAM! Look out Moneytown, here I come!

Cue sad game show music.

#28 58 days ago

NO WAY!

#29 58 days ago
Quoted from Elleway:

I know I’ll regret selling this one.

No, don't think so OP. Not to this crowd. Maybe Facebook, craigslist or Ebay but sorry, you won't sell this one on here for near your asking price.

#30 58 days ago
Quoted from Elleway:

I know I’ll regret selling this one.

You're in luck, because you're not gonna sell it at that inflated price. Enjoy it for years to come.

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#31 58 days ago

Black Knight 7500

#32 58 days ago

Guessing OP seen the price on new Stern Black Knight SOR and thought it was same as his game?
Or put a 7 when meant a 2.

#33 58 days ago

The most hilarious part is he says the bumps and bruises are all part of the charm. Nostalgia! You can almost see the cigarettes burning down on the lock bar! The drunk slamming his heel into the coin door because it ate his quarter. And, shiver, its hard to even say this, but the image is now burned into my brain: the repeated 12 inch slide saves that no doubt render this games innards essentially useless.

Epic first post.

#34 58 days ago

This must be the coolest BK2000 anyone has ever seen. Come to Butthead

#35 58 days ago

Dont worry OP, you wont have any regrets!!

#36 58 days ago

I hope he knows this isn’t Ebay...

#37 58 days ago
Quoted from Elleway:

I cannot declare shipping costs as any pin collector knows what it’s going to take to ship this. I can completely crate “additional cost” palletize arrange shipping and load onto a truck or any Courier. This is my personal machine but can be shipped from my commercial business.

Does this guy even live on this continent? -Sounds like- he's just expanding his "business" beyond Craigslist, from foreign shores.

#38 58 days ago

You are joking right ? Please tell me it’s a joke

#39 58 days ago
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#40 58 days ago

i really like how he just copied and paste (d?) straight from IPDB

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#41 58 days ago

Here comes a Yoko2una rant about this shit costing Pinside money.

I recently sold two games and boycotted the Pinside marketplace because of these bullshit ads like this. I consider the forum and the market two separate entities. I donate to Pinside for the use of the forums, but boycott the market because they won’t clean this nonsense up.

This past month and I had a Stern Spider-Man and Williams Disco Fever I was going to move. I mentioned they were for sale in our regional FS thread but really had them posted elsewhere. My post in the Northeast FS thread gets deleted because I “need to have a marketplace ad” for games of that value (SM). Well tough shit, you allow spam like this to persist, you ain’t getting a fee for my SM (but I’ll still donate to the forum).

What really gets me though is that tons of the locals have figured out that vagaries is a loophole. Nothing against those people, I’m friends with many and have heard great things about others. But I get f’ing flagged for “I have a SM and you can buy it for X-dollars” which is apparently a no-no, meanwhile others dance around it with “thinking of selling my SM. PM for details” or “selling a SM, pics and ad to follow” (which they seldom do).

So I actually say you can buy a pin, and give a price - fire alarms go off. People use blatant loopholes - fine. Spammers post $7500 BK2Ks - sure.

Pinside market lost 2 more fees by me selling my pins outside this bogus market. Clean this up and maybe you’ll see people like me wanting to sell here more. Until then have fun with people dancing around your rules and spammers that ain’t selling crap.

#43 58 days ago

lol oh dear
if your gonna scam or try and sell something at a stupidly over inflated price. Don't do it on a enthusiast forum!!!!

#44 58 days ago
Quoted from NorCalRealtor:

Cool pin. Value is more like $2500. No clue where you pulled $7500 from.

Uranus! or should I say, his anus

#45 58 days ago

ever notice the guys that are 1-2 yr members are the ones with the highest prices on their pins?

#46 58 days ago

I thought this was overpriced until I saw the super cool car topper. That thing is sweet! Wish i had the cash

#47 58 days ago
Quoted from Happy81724:

I thought this was overpriced until I saw the super cool car topper. That thing is sweet! Wish i had the cash

OMG i did not see that, this changes everything this is now a BARGAIN pm sent!!!

#48 58 days ago

What is the "scam" here folks? It's overpriced, yes. It's lazily described, yes. It's overpriced still, yes. It is a SCAM? No. Probably. If it is, it's the worst scam ever. A $2k money order for an Addams Family that you'll never see would make a much better scam.

#49 58 days ago

its a scam to charge so much for so little, id certainly feel scammed if i bought it without knowing its true value

#50 58 days ago

Clearly not a scam as he paid money to list.

It’s just grossly overpriced.

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