Quoted from PinDeLaPin:
Great game but you can get a NIB munsters for $5200. Hard to pony up $4900 for a 27yr old game. The market has changed significantly and very quickly. It really seems like games in the $4000-$5500 range are in a bad spot due to the $5k entry price of a NIB. Unfortunately I think these games are going to lose a lot of value due to the flashy allure of new titles with lcd screens and such standard. Best of luck in finding a buyer cause it really is a great game. Like stated above tax season is here maybe that will bring you a buyer but don't be surprised if you end up having to reduce the price more.
<That is one way to look at it. Another way is that Munsters will sell for 4500 to 4700 as a resale in a year when new games are out (maybe lower, look at other NIB sales). This game has some small issues that I am sure can be improved. It is not going to go much lower then what it is at now and with a little work could easily sell for more.
There are some decals out there to put over the film issues. Not perfect, but cover nicely and add a little mylar. I have done that on my game and I have had 50 or so people play my game and no one commented ( and believe me a few of them would be glad to point out the games faults).
A green hologram is a big plus. I would rather deal with figuring out the motor then having the "Blue " hologram. The EOS switch is some thing lying to the CPU that there is a switch problem. Some good ideas here as starters.
Agree with DON44, need to see the whole cabinet.
If I was in the market, I would buy the Crech now, fix the issues, sell down the road when ready and get the Munsters HUO at a discount. I would try and resolve the issues and then sell. Good Luck.