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For sale: Terminator 2: Judgment Day


By fisherdaman

2 years ago



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#1 2 years ago

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For sale: Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Added: September 26th, 2017 Re-listed: 1 time (November 17th, 2017) Ended: December 2nd, 2017
Condition: Functional - needs major work

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Selling a heavily damaged t2 for parts. Could use the cab for virtual pin. The game was flood damaged and the previous owner smashed the glass and palyfield minutes before purchase. Brought home and wife doesn't want it. Could be parted out and the cabinet still has great art so it could be used for a virtual cab. Open to any offers. PM me if interested. Cheers


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#2 2 years ago

PM sent!

#4 2 years ago

May need a fuse.
-Mike

#5 2 years ago

You're both wrong, just a spit shine, maybe some novus 2 for the dirty spots.

#6 2 years ago

Are the boards in backbox? Did you get the nerve to plug it in?
-Mike

#7 2 years ago
Quoted from fisherdaman:

the previous owner smashed the glass and palyfield minutes before purchase.

can we get the full story on this??!!!???

#8 2 years ago

I'd be on my way to your house if this was closer. I live for shitbag projects like this! Although this is a bit more shit than I'm used to.

#9 2 years ago

I'm looking forward to more pictures. This could be exciting

#10 2 years ago

What... it's just dusty

#11 2 years ago
Quoted from Whysnow:

can we get the full story on this??!!!???

x2

#12 2 years ago

Ok thanks for all of the interest. I plan on taking more photos in the morning so you know what you are getting. The background is that the previous owner had multiple games and they all flooded during irene a few years back. It has been in their garage since. A friend of mine saw the game at a yard sale while he was on vacation. Knowing that I love pinball machines he gave the owners my number and email address. I went back and fourth with the owner and agreed to purchase the game. While I was literally in route, the owner's wife smashed the glass and subsequently the play field. They didn't seem too bright, and tried to explain why but i didn't get it and was very upset after the long drive. Now that its in my possession and is smashed, my wife isn't really happy and wants it out of the house.

#13 2 years ago

Wha...what would posses them to something like that? I can't fathom the leap in logic for doing that. Especially for something that was basically sold as far as they were concerned.

Was it something like, "We sold it, now let's give it a whack to tenderize it for the buyer"

#14 2 years ago

Pm sent

#15 2 years ago
Quoted from fisherdaman:

While I was literally in route, the owner's wife smashed the glass and subsequently the play field. ...

Damn she sounds hot.

#16 2 years ago

You seem to be hiding something. Please post a closeup photo of the shooter lane. Thanks!

#17 2 years ago
Quoted from TheLaw:

Damn she sounds hot.

I wonder where she falls in the "hot / crazy matrix"...

#18 2 years ago

the price is cheap, but wonder could even be salvageable on something like this? I assume electronics are toast.

#19 2 years ago
Quoted from jake35:

the price is cheap, but wonder could even be salvageable on something like this? I assume electronics are toast.

Actually, I bet the all of the boards and xfmr are still good. It's the wood I'd be worried about.

I'd buy this in a heartbeat. I'm sure someone local will snag it.

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#20 2 years ago
Quoted from Whysnow:

can we get the full story on this??!!!???

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#21 2 years ago

Probably just a fuse

#22 2 years ago

She sounds like the crazy wife lady from "Ozark."

#23 2 years ago

It's only missing 90% of the H/K Ship! Where is the playfield smashed?

#24 2 years ago
Quoted from spfxted:

Where is the playfield smashed?

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#25 2 years ago
Quoted from spfxted:

It's only missing 90% of the H/K Ship! Where is the playfield smashed?

I think in the row of red inserts on the left.

#26 2 years ago

Oh yeah....I see it now! Thanks!

#27 2 years ago
What a bitch...!!!..............Joey

#28 2 years ago

Like literally, what was their explanation? You know, my wife got mad bc she says I can't make good deals and I sold it too cheap. So she said, "if he's getting it that cheap he is getting it in the condition the price reflects!" bam bam bam. We're really sorry, she regrets it now. Forgive us? We'll sell it cheaper.

Like Wtf is going on. I need to know.

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#30 2 years ago

That actually doeesnt look that bad for the right person. $350 is a good deal. Whos picking this up??

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#33 2 years ago

Ok so as seen in photos the rear of the head is bowing due to water damage. The bottom of the cabinet is bowed due to water damage. The sides of the cabinet are not bowed, but there is mold on the inside.. again because of the water. The lady who smashed it looked very crusty/ looked like something out of a hillbilly horror movie.

#35 2 years ago

I really like her choice to hulk smash the playfield. It really ties the whole thing together. I'm sure it adds some interesting flow to the gameplay as well!

#36 2 years ago

Shooooooot...that'll buff right out!

#37 2 years ago

Geez, I would love to hear her explanation of why she smashed the glass and then the playfield.

I don't think that was done with one swing. I think the glass would break first, then she had to smash the playfield after it was exposed.

#38 2 years ago

in response to DJshakes.. Well the previous owners were pretty sketchy. I literally couldn't understand one of the fellows who was drinking near the barn. He was like boomhower from king of the hill. They were trailer rich, meaning they had a single wide trailer and two mustangs, a really nice motorcycle, an suv etc.

#39 2 years ago

Would love for someone to pick this up and start a restoration thread. Someone much braver than I.

#40 2 years ago
Quoted from pinlink:

Would love for someone to pick this up and start a restoration thread. Someone much braver than I.

Seeing the photos, I'm honestly not sure about this one. If the playfield was intact, it would probably be worthwhile, but you're going to need a swap or new one, some body cab work, and rebuild or replace the backbox. It would be a serious project. Since it was submerged, I'd be concerned about the transformer as well.

But, hopefully someone can make it live again

#41 2 years ago
Quoted from fisherdaman:

in response to DJshakes.. Well the previous owners were pretty sketchy. I literally couldn't understand one of the fellows who was drinking near the barn. He was like boomhower from king of the hill. They were trailer rich, meaning they had a single wide trailer and two mustangs, a really nice motorcycle, an suv etc.

did you at least get a better price once you showed up to the smashed game?

#42 2 years ago

Thank you all for your messages. I have three very serious people interested in the game and I'm giving priority to the first person who responded. If it falls through I will move onto the next person in line etc.

#43 2 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

Since it was submerged, I'd be concerned about the transformer as well.
But, hopefully someone can make it live again

Transformer left in the sun for a day just to be sure, I can almost guarantee it works.

#44 2 years ago
Quoted from shacklersrevenge:

Transformer left in the sun for a day just to be sure, I can almost guarantee it works.

The issue is possible corrosion on the windings inside.

#45 2 years ago

I'd love to see pics of the boards if you have any? As much as I want this, I can't right now, but my curiosity still wants to see and know more.

#46 2 years ago
Quoted from raz0red:

You seem to be hiding something. Please post a closeup photo of the shooter lane. Thanks!

that made me laugh

#47 2 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

The issue is possible corrosion on the windings inside.

Not from my experience. Copper windings don't like to corrode.

Let me put this into perspective a bit better. I had a flood taxi, and the playfield was so rotted it fell apart in my hands, meaning it was a sitting flood taxi for over a decade. I then threw the cabinet with playfied down on my mothers farm in a junk pile, where it sat in the harsh New England winters for over 5 years. I had an Elvira project needing a transformer, so I went back and dug out the Taxi transformer (which looked like it came out of some shipwreck by this point) sanded it down, painted it black, let it sit in the summer sun for a day. Plugged it in, not one issue.

So, again, I'm pretty sure this T2 transformer is okay.

#48 2 years ago

And for those wondering if is this is salvageable, the short answer is yes, I've done it a few times.

However, needless to say, it's a big big job and it will carry the flood label forever.

Expect to replace the bottom of the cabinet, gutting it, and using the nastiest orange or green cleaner you can find to douche the inside of that cabinet. The headbox is a cake walk, the back wall swelling is nothing. The boards will be a crap shoot, but more often than not, they're okay or fixable, especially WPC.
At this point, the next focus is the playfield, and this one is junk, thanks to some whack job with a hammer . The playfield parts underside look salvageable, and this is important. The topside stuff will clean up. This game needs a donor playfield, or it's not worth doing.

I have a T2 with a worn playfield at the hot dog insert that will be swapped with a new, so it will at least have something clean to work with, if the first buyer isn't up for this...

#49 2 years ago
Quoted from shacklersrevenge:

douche the inside of that cabinet

#50 2 years ago

You pay for the mold, but you get the smell for free!

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