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For sale: Jurassic Park


By Buckeyepin

7 days ago



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#1 7 days ago

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$ 3,500 (OBO)

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For sale: Jurassic Park

Added: August 1st, 2020 Ended: August 8th, 2020
Condition: Fully shopped/refurbished

Item description

This pin has been in my collection for 20 years and we purchased it from our route guy. It has an unbelievable cab, perfect translite, perfect electronics, and a very nice playfield with zero Mylar lift. It has cointaker LED’s in playfield, updated ROMs, and a fully functional T Rex. Field has been re-waxed and ready to go . There appears to be some touch up paint on the side art, and some scoops could use a Cliffy. Otherwise ....Very nice.
Open to trades on Funhouse, Cirqus Voltaire, MM all plus cash. I can deliver within 90 miles from Columbus.


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Powell, OH, US


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#2 7 days ago

Being a reimport from Germany, is there cigarettes smell? Is there corrosion in the cabinet back bars for the leg reinforcement? I have no issues with reimported pins but just things to look for
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#3 7 days ago

GLWS!

#4 7 days ago
Quoted from Rhlufa:

Being a reimport from Germany, is there cigarettes smell? Is there corrosion in the cabinet back bars for the leg reinforcement? I have no issues with reimported pins but just things to look for
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Such odd things to mention, why would Germany increase the odds of a pin being around smoking or humidity? Looks like a well loved pin maybe it was owned by an engineer. Yes that is sarcasm.

#5 7 days ago

Good seller picked up a demo man from you years ago.. very nice and helpful. Just saying purchase with confidence

#6 7 days ago

I have owned several reimports and the things I mentioned are things to look for. I lived in Europe for several years and like in the states smoking was very prevalent in the 90’s and games were in smoking environments such as Vegas still is today. The moisture issues I speak of occur while these games are in shipping containers on boats in salt water environments. Again I have nothing against reimports but those are things to look at if You are buying one.

#7 6 days ago

The salt water thing is down right laughable obviously containers are sealed. The couple of weeks in an airtight container is not the issue it’s the 30 years of changing seasons. This looks like a nice JP and the only real issue is it probably won’t accept American quarters, if that matters to the buyer.

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