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For sale: FS: Stern Spiderman, HUO

By Dayhuff

7 years ago


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#1 7 years ago

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FS: Stern Spiderman, HUO


Added: 2015-06-12 01:59:11 UTC • Ended: July 2nd, 2015
Condition: HUO - Documented (Home Used Only)

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$ 5,000

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I've owned this game for the last going on five years and never a problem with it. Total plays is 850 since it came out of the box and it has always been in a smoke free environment. It has the Green Goblin light mod from Pinball Life but everything else is original. I also removed the batteries to a remote harness instead. Email or call for pictures, not looking to ship but I could deliver to the Wisconsin area soon.


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#2 7 years ago

One of sterns best
GLWS

#3 7 years ago

Price drop to $4900

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

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#4 7 years ago

Ok I'm getting asked about the total plays and shooter lane. That first picture was taken the other day through the glass so here's some better pics of it. As for the plays it had 391 plays on it when I got it almost five years ago and now the counter says 459 after I had pulled the batteries and mounted them off the board so that puts the total at 850.

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

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#5 7 years ago

Looks good, good price too.
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#6 7 years ago

If I didn't just get an LOTR, I'd be buying this game from you. GLWS mate.

#7 7 years ago

Super nice looking pin! So tempting to buy! I would need to sell something first though.

#8 7 years ago

Man I want to buy this, but the pile of cash just is not that big yet.

Maybe as my pile gets bigger you price will get lower and then I can get it. More then likely it will be gone soon, so not really counting on that! GLWS!

#9 7 years ago
Quoted from PanzerFreak:

Super nice looking pin! So tempting to buy! I would need to sell something first though.

x-men. : P

glws John, great pin..

#10 7 years ago

Price drop to $4800 bottom line. If I cant get that I'll just keep it for another time.

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

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#11 7 years ago

I know this is a fair market price and John is a solid guy in MI with a solid reputation. What kills me from jumping on this is that I just sold my absolutely mint TSPP (not a flaw, not a nick in the shooter lane, nothing, like new with only a few hundred plays) for $4500. I do not know the production numbers on each of these games (albeit I know a fair number of TSPP's were made) but it would make me feel silly for losing a few hundred dollars between the two. TSPP being older and harder to find (I think?) in absolute pristine condition. Perhaps I just gave TSPP away I don't know. Was SM's NIB price just that much higher than TSPP? I really don't know.

#12 7 years ago

Great price on this in my opinion

#13 7 years ago

Spider-Man is worth more than TSPP. I'm surprised you managed to get $4500 for one, I sure wouldn't pay that for a Simpsons.

#14 7 years ago
Quoted from PinChili:

I know this is a fair market price and John is a solid guy in MI with a solid reputation. What kills me from jumping on this is that I just sold my absolutely mint TSPP (not a flaw, not a nick in the shooter lane, nothing, like new with only a few hundred plays) for $4500. I do not know the production numbers on each of these games (albeit I know a fair number of TSPP's were made) but it would make me feel silly for losing a few hundred dollars between the two. TSPP being older and harder to find (I think?) in absolute pristine condition. Perhaps I just gave TSPP away I don't know. Was SM's NIB price just that much higher than TSPP? I really don't know.

Only adding $300 going from TSPP to SM in equal condition is a good deal for sure. There is typically a wider spread between the two machines.

#15 7 years ago
Quoted from Aurich:

Spider-Man is worth more than TSPP. I'm surprised you managed to get $4500 for one, I sure wouldn't pay that for a Simpsons.

Maybe you would have for this one. It was basically brand new. And at $4500, I'd take a TSPP over anything else that Stern considers a "Pro" pinball machine today.

#16 7 years ago

Game is beautiful, price is fair, please keep it for when I'm ready to get one.

#17 7 years ago
Quoted from usandthem:

Maybe you would have for this one.

Haha, nope. Even with CA prices I could have picked up nice ones for $4k plenty of times. If it was worth $4500 to someone to have one that way "like new" then more power to them. But TSPP is a super common game, and not hard to find for a good price.

People can downvote me all they like, won't change the market!

Spider-Man sells for more than TSPP, just all there is to it. Doesn't mean one is "better" than the other, it's just the prices they command. We'll see what happens with Spider-Man, things could change.

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#18 7 years ago
Quoted from Aurich:

Haha, nope. Even with CA prices I could have picked up nice ones for $4k plenty of times. If it was worth $4500 to someone to have one that way "like new" then more power to them. But TSPP is a super common game, and not hard to find for a good price.
People can downvote me all they like, won't change the market!
Spider-Man sells for more than TSPP, just all there is to it. Doesn't mean one is "better" than the other, it's just the prices they command. We'll see what happens with Spider-Man, things could change.

Of course, you did just state in a different TSPP thread that you're not really a fan of that game so you might just be slightly biased, huh?

Next time you see a mint, like-new TSPP for 4k please let me know. I'll buy it.

#19 7 years ago
Quoted from Aurich:

Haha, nope. Even with CA prices I could have picked up nice ones for $4k plenty of times. If it was worth $4500 to someone to have one that way "like new" then more power to them. But TSPP is a super common game, and not hard to find for a good price.
People can downvote me all they like, won't change the market!

No need for voting. I have seen more than one TSPP sell for $4,500+, HUO

#20 7 years ago

I would love to get a Spiderman someday.

#21 7 years ago
Quoted from PEN:

No need for voting. I have seen more than one TSPP sell for $4,500+, HUO

Almost all HUO TSPP's sell for 4500+.

#22 7 years ago

Since this isn't a TSPP sale thread I'm going to just say this is a good price for a Spider-Man if you're looking for one.

#23 7 years ago
Quoted from Aurich:

Since this isn't a TSPP sale thread I'm going to just say this is a good price for a Spider-Man if you're looking for one.

It's better than admitting you're wrong, I suppose.

And it is a good price for a Spiderman. GLWTS, John.

#24 7 years ago
Quoted from Aurich:

Haha, nope. Even with CA prices I could have picked up nice ones for $4k plenty of times. If it was worth $4500 to someone to have one that way "like new" then more power to them. But TSPP is a super common game, and not hard to find for a good price.
People can downvote me all they like, won't change the market!
Spider-Man sells for more than TSPP, just all there is to it. Doesn't mean one is "better" than the other, it's just the prices they command. We'll see what happens with Spider-Man, things could change.

Quoted from tamoore:

It's better than admitting you're wrong, I suppose.
And it is a good price for a spiderman. GLWTS, John.

Exactly. And until John comes down to $4500 to sell his SM, the point about TSPP being a cheaper game (when it was actually bought for less in the first place) is moot.

#25 7 years ago

pm sent

#26 7 years ago

I've answered all the PM's over the past several days and there is alot of talking going on and one very serious offer on the table but I'd have to ship the game and I'm really not into doing that if I can help it so keep the PM's coming and lets try to work out something locally. Basically what I'm saying is the game is still up for grabs.
Thanks
John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

#27 7 years ago

Sale pending for Saturday.

Thanks
John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

#28 7 years ago
Quoted from tamoore:

Almost all HUO TSPP's sell for 4500+.

lol bought one for 3k in LA a couple years ago (mint cabinet with no flipper button wear). Cali market is known to be expensive too. Im not talking 7-8 years ago but a couple years ago.

#29 7 years ago
Quoted from smassa:

lol bought one for 3k in LA a couple years ago (mint cabinet with no flipper button wear). Cali market is known to be expensive too. Im not talking 7-8 years ago but a couple years ago.

1) The word "almost" means something.
2) Your experience doesn't represent the entire market.
3) You got a great deal on a perfect TSPP

#30 7 years ago

My buddy paid $3500 for a perfect HUO (original owner) TSPP AND a Gorgar. Was about 2 years ago..probably less

Quoted from smassa:

lol bought one for 3k in LA a couple years ago (mint cabinet with no flipper button wear). Cali market is known to be expensive too. Im not talking 7-8 years ago but a couple years ago.

#31 7 years ago
Quoted from smassa:

lol bought one for 3k in LA a couple years ago (mint cabinet with no flipper button wear). Cali market is known to be expensive too. Im not talking 7-8 years ago but a couple years ago.

Quoted from Monster_Bash:

My buddy paid $3500 for a perfect HUO (original owner) TSPP AND a Gorgar. Was about 2 years ago..probably less

Congratulations. You guys (well, for one of you, your buddy) each made about $1500 a piece with your transactions, if that sort of thing is important to you.

#32 7 years ago

Hearing these TSPP prices (all be it in a SM thread) makes me cry. In Australia the cheapest you will ever find a TSPP is $5k for heavily used and just off rout. Someone needs to collect all these legendary "$3500 mint HUO TSPP's with bonus Gorgar", fill a container and ship them down under.

Even better bring on an NIB TSPPVE OzLE.

#34 7 years ago

Game is officially sold and gone. Thanks guys.

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

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