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For sale: Magic Girl


By Ballypinball

11 months ago



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  • Latest reply 9 months ago by RonSS
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#1 11 months ago

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$ 25,000 (Firm)

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For sale: Magic Girl

Added: June 29th, 2018 Re-listed: 4 times
Condition: HUO - Documented (Home Used Only)

Item description

Rare number 19 of 19 games built
The last game built


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Melbourne, VIC, AU


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#2 11 months ago

Pics?

#3 11 months ago

Video?

#5 11 months ago

Does it play? I am asking legitimately

#6 11 months ago

Watch the video

#7 11 months ago

Is it in $25,000.00 Australian Dollars = $18,500.00 American.

American $25,000.00 = $31,500.00 Australian

#8 11 months ago

Remember the days of 10K by Christmas? I seem wish for those days again. Good luck to the seller. It is a beautiful game.

#10 11 months ago

You should do the community of non buyers a favor and take a bunch of photos! It would be cool to see.

#11 11 months ago

Not to sound unkind, but twenty-five large for a machine with just half of its features working? And no multi-ball?

I read about this title here on Pinside, so I realize no truly finished/working example of it exists anywhere. J-Pop has brought us some great titles, but if this table is unfinished, it's basically decorative and little more. It does have some dope art though, that's for sure. Too bad J-Pop wasn't able to finish it. If he's still alive and sharp, why doesn't he take it up again? Maybe on his own dime.

#13 11 months ago
Quoted from Jason_Jehosaphat:

Maybe on his own dime

He doesn't have a dime from what I hear...

#14 11 months ago

The answer to that would be basically no.

#15 11 months ago
Quoted from Jason_Jehosaphat:

Not to sound unkind, but twenty-five large for a machine with just half of its features working? And no multi-ball?
I read about this title here on Pinside, so I realize no truly finished/working example of it exists anywhere. J-Pop has brought us some great titles, but if this table is unfinished, it's basically decorative and little more. It does have some dope art though, that's for sure. Too bad J-Pop wasn't able to finish it. If he's still alive and sharp, why doesn't he take it up again? Maybe on his own dime.

J- pop does not have the knowledge or the skills to finish it . One thing he is good at though is taking credit for other people's work. Another thing he is good at is wasting other people's money .

#16 11 months ago

You can't put a price on fine art!

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#17 10 months ago

Seems to be what the market was paying. Has it changed?

#18 10 months ago
Quoted from jokerpoker:

Seems to be what the market was paying. Has it changed?

https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/ad/58618

#19 10 months ago

Gotta love "Firm"...
(Couldn't get that on my $2,500 T2.)

#20 10 months ago

In Australia you would get $5k easy for the t2

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#21 9 months ago

Good thing Deeproot is finishing this one up... Looks like I won't be buying that "Rare one that doesn't actually completely fully work" after all...

#22 9 months ago

We will all be dead by the time that happens

#23 9 months ago

Beautiful machine! GLWS!

#24 9 months ago

Why would anyone pay that much for evidence of JPOP's failure?

#25 9 months ago
Quoted from Trekie:

Why would anyone pay that much for evidence of JPOP's failure?

You're owning a piece of pinball history.

#26 9 months ago
Quoted from GLSP3022:

You're owning a piece of pinball history.

The Pinto is a piece of automotive history, but at least that ran!

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#27 9 months ago
Quoted from RonSS:

The Pinto is a piece of automotive history, but at least that ran![quoted image]

https://www.google.com/amp/www.foxnews.com/auto/2018/07/26/perfect-1978-ford-pinto-squire-wagon-set-to-steal-show-at-fancy-car-auction.amp.html

Wonder which one goes for more

#28 9 months ago

Wow!

I actually dig that interior.

Good find.

Ah, the rich, spending dumb money on things that don't function properly or at all. First World problems I guess.

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