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For sale: Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure


By Beaumistim

7 months ago



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#1 7 months ago

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$ 8,000 (OBO)

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For sale: Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure

Added: August 20th, 2019 Ended: September 1st, 2019
Condition: Used - shows wear, needs some work

Item description

1993 Williams IJ
known issues needs flipper rebuild, new rubbers, leds, has cabinet fade ,needs cleaned and waxed. 8k obo , open to trades +$ as well EDIT: needs new drop targets


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Shawnee, OK, US


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#2 7 months ago

Cheers for the honest description.

#4 7 months ago

This one will be good...popcorn is ready.

#5 7 months ago

For this price, Indy should be fully shopped with colordmd and 100% working.

#6 7 months ago

How much for the stack of red chairs?

#7 7 months ago

Dang Pinside inflation, it’s 500 cheaper on Facebook

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#8 7 months ago

Price Police are doing some stop and frisk, watch out!

#9 7 months ago
Quoted from adamross:

How much for the stack of red chairs?

That is too funny!!LOL

#10 7 months ago
Quoted from Wickerman2:

Price Police are doing some stop and frisk, watch out!

Thought that was unconstitutional around here?

#11 7 months ago

A beautiful faded cabinet you have.

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#12 7 months ago

im pretty sure i put that in the description

#13 7 months ago
Quoted from Beaumistim:

im pretty sure i put that in the description

Bro, your selling a project machine for 8k.
Clean and rubber it. Get the drops replaced.
At least make it presentable for the price.

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#14 7 months ago

i also put OBO in the description.

#15 7 months ago
Quoted from Beaumistim:

i also put OBO in the description.

$4k

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#16 7 months ago

thats not my best offer yet. thanks for playing

#17 7 months ago
Quoted from Ericpinballfan:

Bro, your selling a project machine for 8k.
Clean and rubber it. Get the drops replaced.
At least make it presentable for the price.

Agreed. I bought a CQ IJ last year for just a few thousand more with brand new everything, LED, Cleared PF, Topper and all sorts of other mods.

#18 7 months ago

I’d get pics of the boards too since the batteries are dead

#19 7 months ago

You should have mentioned no smart ass comments needed in your ad because you are going to get plenty.

#20 7 months ago

If the boards look anything like the game their probably in bad shape....is it worth $4K?....I guess if someone wants a complete rebuild project

#21 7 months ago
Quoted from PtownPin:

If the boards look anything like the game their probably in bad shape....is it worth $4K?....I guess if someone wants a complete rebuild project

I got something similar condition and sunk almost $2k in to it and had a nice game...though my cabinet was fine. Lots and lots of labor though. Mucho labor.

#22 7 months ago

This would be a good pin to send to HEP for an amazing restoration. Get the pin for $5K and HEP it for $10-15K. Then you will have a gem.

#23 7 months ago

I'll trade you my Eight Ball Deluxe.

#24 7 months ago
Quoted from LitzDoc:

This would be a good pin to send to HEP for an amazing restoration. Get the pin for $5K and HEP it for $10-15K. Then you will have a gem.

Is HEP's cost an additional $10-15K? The guy does amazing work

#25 7 months ago
Quoted from PtownPin:

Is HEP's cost an additional $10-15K? The guy does amazing work

Yes approximately that much depending on how much you want done to it.. He has a minimum standard, which is very very high, to put his name on the pin. He never cuts corners. A lot of the cost is labor so I think an EM would be less expensive than a TZ.
I am saving my money to HEP my TZ at some point. Once you HEP your pin you have an heirloom quality keeper in the family.
If you are considering it the best thing to do is give Chris at HEP a call for up to date pricing. My info is old.

#26 7 months ago

What a freaking joke. I love these newbs - 100 or fewer posts, usually way low - that think they can just show up in a place where people know what the fuck is up.

Nice job OP.

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#27 7 months ago

actually ive sold over 300 arcades and pins in the last 2 years. also im having a real hard time finding all these completely shopped indys for 7k or less. so if everyone starts selling their great indys at those prices or less, ill lower my price accordingly.

#29 7 months ago

Hey my friend, this thing is priced very high for being so beat up. You would be lucky to get 5K for it. IMO.

#30 7 months ago

if you add up all the prices for the machines price to sell in your above thread in 2019 the average price of the 13 sold in 2019 is 8849.076

#31 7 months ago

Yours is beat to hell though. Beat.

#33 7 months ago
Quoted from Beaumistim:

add up all the prices

With no regard for condition, yes.

Bunch of players games, shopped, in the 65-75 range.

#34 7 months ago

I am not a price policeman, just giving you an answer based on the market here. Did you click on any of the 6500-8000 games? Take a look.

#35 7 months ago
Quoted from Beaumistim:

actually ive sold over 300 arcades and pins in the last 2 years. also im having a real hard time finding all these completely shopped indys for 7k or less. so if everyone starts selling their great indys at those prices or less, ill lower my price accordingly.

300 happy customers I’d assume, buy with confidence!

#36 7 months ago
Quoted from Happy81724:

300 happy customers I’d assume, buy with confidence!

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#37 7 months ago

never had any complaints.

#38 7 months ago

If you would have priced the game at $5K OBO u would be in the ball park....there are a lot of people on this site that love bringing back games to their former glory.....this is one game someone could dump $4k into the game and maybe recoup your money (not including the 100's of hours of labor of course).

#39 7 months ago

That is a wicked suntan that cab has. It must have peeked when the ark was opened. Don’t look, Marion, keep your eyes shut!!!

#40 7 months ago

Let me guess, that's a old Mr. hinson game?????

#41 7 months ago

The price on this game is out of wack, but so are all the comments on how beat this game is. It's faded and has some broken drop targets, but other than that it looks pretty good. The playfield looks nice.

Quoted from PtownPin:

If the boards look anything like the game their probably in bad shape....is it worth $4K?....I guess if someone wants a complete rebuild project

A $4k complete rebuild project? Other than the decals, what do you see that warrants such a low price?

If this was local I'd have no problem throwing $5k+ at it as is, and I'm a cheap mofo that hates doing cab decals.

#42 7 months ago

$5k tops.

Nicer one with tons of parts (decals, brass trim, lost plastic, etc) sold for $5500 a couple months ago

#43 7 months ago

Dust on the ramps and burger oil fingers on the glass.
Come on just a quick clean for the pictures wouldn’t hurt.

#44 7 months ago

Maybe that cabinet is a very rare white wood example

#45 7 months ago
Quoted from herbertbsharp:

The price on this game is out of wack, but so are all the comments on how beat this game is. It's faded and has some broken drop targets, but other than that it looks pretty good. The playfield looks nice.

A $4k complete rebuild project? Other than the decals, what do you see that warrants such a low price?
If this was local I'd have no problem throwing $5k+ at it as is, and I'm a cheap mofo that hates doing cab decals.

As u know things ad up quickly....this POS might need a new cabinet, play field, decals, mechs, dmd (I would do color), etc.....god only knows the shape of the electronics....u can easily find yourself spending $4K + 100's of hours of labor....if u want to just get it up and running reliably its probably a lot less.

#46 7 months ago
Quoted from herbertbsharp:

The price on this game is out of wack, but so are all the comments on how beat this game is. It's faded and has some broken drop targets, but other than that it looks pretty good. The playfield looks nice.

A $4k complete rebuild project? Other than the decals, what do you see that warrants such a low price?
If this was local I'd have no problem throwing $5k+ at it as is, and I'm a cheap mofo that hates doing cab decals.

The main issue is the faded decals. Otherwise, it looks like it just needs a basic shop job and a few parts replaced. Even the paint job on the idol looks to be in pretty good shape. I would certainly want to see under the playfield and in the backbox before making a final determination, but this game is certainly not "beat".

Yes, the asking price is higher than a shopped/restored game. But no, it's not a wreck. I agree that around the $5k mark seems to be a fair price as it sits. If you want to put the time into shopping it, rebuilding the flippers, and replacing the broken parts, that might push the price up to the high 5's or low 6's without redoing the decals.

#47 7 months ago

ive gotten a new set of decals.

#48 7 months ago
Quoted from Beaumistim:

ive gotten a new set of decals.

Where from? Seems everyone is looking for them.

#49 7 months ago

That helps as their not easy to source...u should have included that in your sale

#50 7 months ago

That game would sell for 5.5k, as-is, pretty quickly on the craigslist near me....
Without including the decals.

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