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For sale: Cue Ball Wizard


By Mope161616

3 months ago



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#1 3 months ago

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$ 1,799 (OBO)

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For sale: Cue Ball Wizard
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Added: February 16th, 2020 Ended: March 1st, 2020
Condition: Partially shopped/refurbished

Item description

Cue ball wizard. $1799 OBO. Fully working, nice and clean. Full mylar playfield. Unique playfield toy with full size pool cue ball and eight ball. Great family game that your wife will approve of.

Feel free to ask any questions. Machine is at my parents house but all correspondence will go through me. Need to contact me ahead of time if you would like to come see it.

The only problem with the machine is that the goof before me put a credit button or something on the left side of the cabinet.


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New Lenox, IL, US


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#2 3 months ago

Fun game!

#3 3 months ago

It is a very fun game and easy to walk up and play.

That has got to be the strangest placement for a credit button!?!

#4 89 days ago

A tech told me some people don't like the 'free play' on gottlieb machines because it is a tournament mode, which changes some other game rules and scoring. I always just played it in tournament mode. Why he chose to drill a hole and stick a button in the side of the cabinet, I will never know.

#5 89 days ago

Maybe I should replace it with a white button! I just thought of that. No one will ever notice. LOL

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