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For sale: Iron Man


By blaze1635

8 months ago



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#1 8 months ago

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$ 5,200 (OBO)

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For sale: Iron Man

Added: October 23rd, 2019 Re-listed: 1 time (February 7th, 2020)
Condition: HUO - Documented (Home Used Only)

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This is an HUO Iron Man with less than 300 plays. This game has sat largely unused in my son’s bedroom in Los Angeles weather (low humidity) since it was purchased. I prefer local pickup, but will work with a shipper you identify. Zero wear/tear/cosmetic issues.
Will consider a trade for a machine in similar condition from last 10 years.


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Pasadena, CA, US


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#2 8 months ago

DEAL OF THE DAY!!!

#3 8 months ago

Welcome to Pinside blaze1635, while you may have found a target market, it is strongly suggested when listing a game well above current market value, include some good hi res photos including the shooting lane. You might get a more positive response.
Also, Pinside has a good tool to research machine prices. Click the LINKED GAMES near the top of this ad or the MACHINES tab at the top and you can see what these machines have been selling for.
Good Luck with your search for a buyer.

#4 8 months ago

Just go ahead and shave $2000 off this bad boy and you might get some nibbles

#5 8 months ago

I am starting to think that these are joke adds posted to get a rise out of other pinsiders.

#6 8 months ago

Maybe it has lighted flipper buttons or speaker inserts.

#7 8 months ago

Yeah, you’re about 5 years to late. And 2k over priced.

Game is one of the best.

#8 8 months ago

Thank you all for your warm welcomes. I do appreciate the honest feedback. And given that I have never sold a pinball before, I kind of felt listing it for $6500 would be better than listing it for $2500 (at least for me personally).
Thank you to the commenter for suggesting researching prices. I have looked in a few places, including here, and certainly $6500 appears to be a stretch given prior sales. However, I am inflating the price given the low usage and home situation of the machine. Is a $2k bump too much for this condition? If so, then what would you recommend, and why?
Thank you to the commenter for suggesting pictures. I will do that this weekend. In the meantime, it looks exactly like an Iron Man (2010) hot off the factory assembly line Iron Man (2010).
Also, most things in life are a negotiation. If someone is interested in starting a dialog with genuine interest, I am more than happy to entertain that.
Once again, thanks for the advice to a noob.

#9 8 months ago

Welcome to Pinside and thank you for being open to suggestions on pricing. As was stated before you can check the range for a particular game under the "machine" tab, then search for the game you are looking for. As you can see from the picture below the range for this game is $4,250 to $4,950. This price is not written in stone but does give a good idea for a starting point. The high end of the price range represents games that are in excellent condition with low plays and only used in the home, such as the game you are selling. The higher end of the price range may also include modifications to the game such as a shaker motor or colored screen, as well as others, which it sounds like yours does not have. The price range given through Pinside is what games sell for here on this site. You will find more informed buyers here than you may on other sites such as Craigslist or Ebay. That being said I believe the price you have listed is about $2,000 over what it should be listed at on this site. GLWTS (Good Luck With The Sale).
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#10 8 months ago

I think 4.8K-5K is the price for this machine.

#11 8 months ago

$4400 all day.

#12 8 months ago

I have a refinery edition that is super nice and was about $5500 - worth every penny!

#13 8 months ago

If it is a 2010 release, it will likely be valued a bit lower than the 2014/2015 vaults because it will lack the metallic decals and lighted Monger and display panel decal. I can't recall, but I think there may have been a couple other upgrades that the vault received. Definitely a fantastic game. You'll likely be profiting either way, unless you paid retail for the game.

#14 8 months ago
Quoted from treborlicec:

If it is a 2010 release, it will likely be valued a bit lower than the 2014/2015 vaults because it will lack the metallic decals and lighted Monger and display panel decal. I can't recall, but I think there may have been a couple other upgrades that the vault received. Definitely a fantastic game. You'll likely be profiting either way, unless you paid retail for the game.

Zero evidence that the vaults are worth more. Many might prefer the original run, with the heavier cabinet and original head. Not to mention you rarely see anybody around here claiming Stern QC and "build quality" has improved since 2010.

#15 8 months ago

Great game. If I were to own one, I would prefer the original run. The better overall cabinet construction would be my reasoning, as stated by Levi. GLWS

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