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For sale: Paragon


By StylistO

3 months ago



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#1 3 months ago

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$ 1,500 (OBO)

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For sale: Paragon
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Added: June 8th, 2020
Condition: HUO - Undocumented (Home Used Only)

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Perfect condition!


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#2 3 months ago

#4 3 months ago

maybe you posted the wrong pictures ?

#5 3 months ago
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#6 3 months ago

Good god may you get that kinda money!

#7 3 months ago

Does it run? Is that what you mean by 'perfect'?

#8 3 months ago

Quite a trickshot: turn game on -> start game -> plunge ball -> quickly turn game off -> ball lands perfectly in the Paragon saucer!

I wonder how many years later the pic was taken?

#9 3 months ago

Smart, this should stay at the top!

#10 3 months ago

Pinside achievement unlocked!
You made all of us laugh at you on your first day on Pinside, and in your first post.

#11 3 months ago

This looks like the one that came up for sale near Chico CA on Ebay last year, that huge chunk of playfield wear is very similar. I put in a max bid of $180, and got outbid where it sold for a little over $200. It has a Pinball Pirate business card on the front, so he likely bid on it, fixed up to playable condition and charged who knows how much to this person, and now this person is flipping it. Sorry, but you pulled the short straw in the cash flipping game.

#12 3 months ago

Well, I paid $700 for a non-working Paragon with less wear and less fade, less than a year ago. Working or not, cutting the price in half on this one would be a good starting point.

#13 3 months ago
Quoted from newovad:

Well, I paid $700 for a non-working Paragon with less wear and less fade, less than a year ago. Working or not, cutting the price in half on this one would be a good starting point.

Well your wasn't "PERFECT" I guess?

#14 3 months ago

It's "perfectly" worn down to the wood....

bump back to the top

#16 3 months ago

My neck hurts bump.

John

#17 3 months ago

OP needs to change his name to Stylist

#18 3 months ago

The sideways photos are always a nice touch.

#19 3 months ago

Wish you were closer!

#20 3 months ago

10K by Christmas !

#21 3 months ago

Jesus Christ you fuckin slob CLEAN UP YOUR FUCKING LIVING ROOM.

#22 3 months ago

I needed something like this today. Thanks pinside!

#23 3 months ago
Quoted from ryanbrooks:

I needed something like this today. Thanks pinside!

Then you should read this forum about the mooch. Start with recent post 1724.
https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/gameseum-gaming-gala-sept-15/page/35

#24 3 months ago

It could be HUO if you had an arcade in your home from 1979 to 2005, had huge windows to kill the cabinet colors, charged 25 cents for 5 balls with a replay after 50K points and kept the OE pinball for 16 years. Yup I can see that. If and when I sell mine, NIB, just removed!

#25 3 months ago
Quoted from tomdrum:

It could be HUO if you had an arcade in your home from 1979 to 2005, had huge windows to kill the cabinet colors, charged 25 cents for 5 balls with a replay after 50K points and kept the OE pinball for 16 years. Yup I can see that. If and when I sell mine, NIB, just removed!

Playing devil's advocate: It also could be HUO simply because anyone who bought a pin new in 79 and only had that one pin in their home, may not have done any waxing or changed the ball, etc. And of course, played the crap out of it. I've seen it, with receipts. No one knew better back then and damage got done.

#26 3 months ago

Having had multiples of that title $700+/- east coast if fully working, maybe $850 west coast. But the buyer would have to stomach the $1K cost of a CPR PF delivered. If you can live with the faded cabinet, you'll have a great player. But add at least another $400 in materials if you can redo the cabinet,

#27 3 months ago
Quoted from treborlicec:

Playing devil's advocate: It also could be HUO simply because anyone who bought a pin new in 79 and only had that one pin in their home, may not have done any waxing or changed the ball, etc. And of course, played the crap out of it. I've seen it, with receipts. No one knew better back then and damage got done.

I respect a devil's advocate. But a decal on the coin door doesn't help. I think it was beat to hell in normal arcade use as the dozens of games I've found.

#28 3 months ago

Ill give you 500. And I want the ream of HP paper under the machine to. And that piece of art, is that buffalo, i like buffulo, 20 bucks.
Thank you for not turning it on to. Maybe a fuse? 500 seems fair. 520 it is, art and beat paragon that doesn't turn on.
Pm me please. Be by tomorrow, im out of printer paper.

#29 3 months ago

Does the Beaver who chewed up the playfield
Come with
$600

#30 3 months ago

Make it $450

#31 3 months ago
Quoted from Flipper_McGavin:

This looks like the one that came up for sale near Chico CA on Ebay last year, that huge chunk of playfield wear is very similar. I put in a max bid of $180, and got outbid where it sold for a little over $200. It has a Pinball Pirate business card on the front, so he likely bid on it, fixed up to playable condition and charged who knows how much to this person, and now this person is flipping it. Sorry, but you pulled the short straw in the cash flipping game.

Oh yeah the Pirate bent him over good
No lube

#32 3 months ago

Trolling.

#33 3 months ago

Choggerd is that you again

#34 3 months ago

That is quite the pin collection you have whitey

#35 3 months ago
Quoted from BigAl56:

Does it run? Is that what you mean by 'perfect'?

He means it's a pinball machine.

I'm actually glad.
I've never seen a Paragon I would refuse at $350 before, until now.

#36 3 months ago

I think he meant Home Un-Occupied (which , then, would be documented)

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#37 79 days ago

Offer still stands. I will be in your area 1 day only next Sat.

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