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For sale: Black Spider-Man


By Bill2626

46 days ago



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#1 46 days ago


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For sale: Black Spider-Man

Added: January 11th, 2021 Re-listed: 1 time (February 22nd, 2021)
Condition: HUO - Documented (Home Used Only)

Price

$ 7,400

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Item description

Stern Black Spiderman Limited Edition Pinball Machine
Home Use Only/Original Owner Limited Edition only 500 of these was ever produced. Comes with the Limited Edition Certificate signed by Gary Stern, receipts & shipping documentation documenting one time ownership. All of the goodies, plastics, flyers/brochures and manual are included.
The machine is as close to mint as you will find, it looks and plays perfectly, to date these are 2245 plays. It was purchased from Jersey Jack Pinball in February of 2008. The machine was in storage for approximately 7 years after it was purchased. If you are looking for a top quality HUO Spiderman Black for your game room this one is for the collector.
Here is a list of the major mods; most of the lighting is original, only a few LED’s were added. Some of the rubber could stand to be replaced.
Steve Ritchie Pinball Spiderman Webbies
Spiderman Topper with Light Kit
Stainless Steel Ball Shooter
Spiderman Plastics Protector Set
Chrome Door Kit
Spiderman Target Decal Set
Spiderman Red Speaker Spiders
PinballPro Speaker Kit
Thank you for looking, please contact me with any questions you may have. Buyer arranges for shipping and or pick up.


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#2 46 days ago

Welcome back after 7 years

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#3 15 days ago

Incredible game. The only thing I can’t figure out is why the oversized pin cab protectors. Those things have ruined so many HUO collector quality cabinets. The metal hidden protect the cabinet. If you remove the oversized there is now damage underneath. At least this is a screen cabinet and not a decal so no wrinkling. Again great looking game hope it sells soon.

#4 15 days ago
Quoted from Onwallst:

Incredible game. The only thing I can’t figure out is where the oversized pin cab protectors. Those things have ruined so many HUO collector quality cabinets. The metal hidden protect the cabinet. If you remove the oversized there is now damage underneath. At least this is a screen cabinet and not a decal so no wrinkling. Again great looking game hope it sells soon.

Those protectors were all there was back then. The metal hidden ones weren't around yet. Many people used this style because it "protected" and helped cover up any already done damage (NOT saying that is the case here!). Hopefully this one being screened instead of decal will not have any harm done. I always cringe when I see them on a Transformers. Always sad when something meant to protect causes worse damage.

Beautiful machine here though. If I were closer and had a few more bucks in my pocket I would be very tempted. Best of luck with the sale!

#5 15 days ago
Quoted from Onwallst:

Incredible game. The only thing I can’t figure out is why the oversized pin cab protectors. Those things have ruined so many HUO collector quality cabinets. The metal hidden protect the cabinet. If you remove the oversized there is now damage underneath. At least this is a screen cabinet and not a decal so no wrinkling. Again great looking game hope it sells soon.

This machine came out before the metal protectors were available. I had a BSM with them and it didn't cause any damage. All of my screened Stern machines have them since that is what was available at the time. Most of the damage occurs on games with decals. Sometimes the pincabs can leave a slight indentation however it's nothing compared to what the sharp edges of the metal legs will do to a cabinet. I struggled to sell my BSM a year a ago and it only had around 100 plays however prices seem to be up across the board so GLWS.

#6 15 days ago

BSM is one of the ones I'd say is bolted to my floor. It just stands the test of time so well. Not that it needs it but some day I'll do a playfield swap for an NOS Kruzman CC'd pf that I have stashed away. I expect that between the CC and fresh wax, the ball will move faster than my eyes are capable of seeing. Should be fun

GLWTS

#7 15 days ago

still kicking myself for not buying this one a couple years ago. it ended up selling for $4800

https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/archive/59558

#8 14 days ago
Quoted from BoJo:

This machine came out before the metal protectors were available. I had a BSM with them and it didn't cause any damage. All of my screened Stern machines have them since that is what was available at the time. Most of the damage occurs on games with decals. Sometimes the pincabs can leave a slight indentation however it's nothing compared to what the sharp edges of the metal legs will do to a cabinet. I struggled to sell my BSM a year a ago and it only had around 100 plays however prices seem to be up across the board so GLWS.

Actually not they came out a few years prior. The distributor put mine on day one. These are great games cant believe it has not sold. One of 500.

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#9 14 days ago
Quoted from Onwallst:

Actually not they came out a few years prior. The distributor put mine on day one.

Do you know where they were readily available from in 2007 to purchase? Don't believe Stern started using them until AC/DC and most part suppliers didn't offer them for sale prior to that. Maybe someone did but as Jediturtle said above pincabs were the norm at that time. On my NIB machines I put felt protectors under the pincabs that way they never came in contact with the cab however I am picky about the condition of my machines and not everyone did that at the time.

Did you purchase the protectors and put them on yourself? You said the distributor put yours on so I guess they delivered and setup your machine. Maybe your distributor knew where to purchase them while the common pinball collector did not. Can't fault the OP for not having your same distributor or knowing where to buy them at the time so I would cut him some slack.

#10 11 days ago
Quoted from BoJo:

Do you know where they were readily available from in 2007 to purchase? Don't believe Stern started using them until AC/DC and most part suppliers didn't offer them for sale prior to that. Maybe someone did but as Jediturtle said above pincabs were the norm at that time. On my NIB machines I put felt protectors under the pincabs that way they never came in contact with the cab however I am picky about the condition of my machines and not everyone did that at the time.
Did you purchase the protectors and put them on yourself? You said the distributor put yours on so I guess they delivered and setup your machine. Maybe your distributor knew where to purchase them while the common pinball collector did not. Can't fault the OP for not having your same distributor or knowing where to buy them at the time so I would cut him some slack.

They did not come from stern that way. The distributor did on delivery. I paid extra. I remember the felt. My jjp games still have them. The metal ones are a little thicker than the norm today. I miss those old screen cabinets instead of the decals. Was the first run Metallica with the wood back box the last screened game? I know Star Trek was decals. My Tron LE is screened. My 2013 jjp wozle is screened.

#11 11 days ago
Quoted from Onwallst:

They did not come from stern that way. The distributor did on delivery. I paid extra. I remember the felt. My jjp games still have them. The metal ones are a little thicker than the norm today. I miss those old screen cabinets instead of the decals. Was the first run Metallica with the wood back box the last screened game? I know Star Trek was decals. My Tron LE is screened. My 2013 jjp wozle is screened.

Metallica was decal. Rolling Stones was the last screened game. Transformers was the first decal. People complained endlessly about the screened games because of the dotty resolution.

#12 6 days ago
Quoted from Rarehero:

Metallica was decal. Rolling Stones was the last screened game. Transformers was the first decal. People complained endlessly about the screened games because of the dotty resolution.

The first run of wood back boxed Metallica’s were screen printed. Had one.

#13 6 days ago
Quoted from Onwallst:

The first run of wood back boxed Metallica’s were screen printed. Had one.

I have a Metallica LE. Wood box. It’s decal. All the games of that era were decal. You’re wrong. Sorry.

#14 6 days ago

Yep all decals is correct. rarehero is spot on.

#15 4 days ago
Quoted from jokerpoker:

Yep all decals is correct. rarehero is spot on.

Thanks for the clarification. You are correct after reviewing. Still miss the screened cabinets.

#16 4 days ago
Quoted from Rarehero:

I have a Metallica LE. Wood box. It’s decal. All the games of that era were decal. You’re wrong. Sorry.

Yeah I was asking! Unless a question is wrong.

#17 4 days ago
Quoted from Onwallst:

Yeah I was asking! Unless a question is wrong.

There was no question. This is a statement:

Quoted from Onwallst:

The first run of wood back boxed Metallica’s were screen printed. Had one.

#18 3 days ago
Quoted from Onwallst:

Thanks for the clarification. You are correct after reviewing. Still miss the screened cabinets.

Yes they were nice but seemed to wear more around the flipper buttons. Lollipop side rails were a must.

Back on track......bloody nice SMB for sale here. I’m weakening

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