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For sale: The Big Lebowski NIB


By bayareapinster

7 months ago



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  • 20 Pinsiders participating
  • Latest reply 6 months ago by turbo20lbs
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#1 7 months ago

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Price

$ 16,000 (OBO)

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for sale

For sale: The Big Lebowski NIB

Added: March 18th, 2020 Re-listed: 3 times (April 1st, 2020) Ended: April 13th, 2020
Condition: NIB - New in box (personal)

Item description

NIB ready to ship to it's new owner Or can pick up if local. Free shipping is included if payed for before it ships out


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San Francisco, CA, US


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#2 7 months ago

Subscribed

#3 7 months ago

How much do these cost new?

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#4 7 months ago
Quoted from JoinTheCirqus:

How much do these cost new?

$24,999.99

#5 7 months ago

A bargain!

#6 7 months ago

Shit! I’ll take 3 of them

#7 7 months ago

$12,500 from Cointaker. Taking deposits. Question is, when will they arrive?
$17k if you want it now apparently. Still cheaper then the $25k ones floating around a few months back

#8 7 months ago

Still cheaper than a hospital visit! Deal!

#9 7 months ago

Does this come with Corona for free?

#10 7 months ago
Quoted from Tkaye:

$12,500 from Cointaker. Taking deposits. Question is, when will they arrive?
$17k if you want it now apparently. Still cheaper then the $25k ones floating around a few months back

True, but they are steadily coming along. Just a matter of being patient. 4500 to have it immediately? Does the warranty even transfer?

#11 7 months ago
Quoted from dung:

True, but they are steadily coming along. Just a matter of being patient. 4500 to have it immediately? Does the warranty even transfer?

Warranty does not transfer.

#12 7 months ago
Quoted from dung:

True, but they are steadily coming along. Just a matter of being patient. 4500 to have it immediately? Does the warranty even transfer?

It's a good point that technically more are coming but we're talking 6+ if not more months. That's assuming Barry continues building and something doesn't change and as we all know, nothing is a guarantee with that guy!

It's not like spooky where they've confirmed all are being made and even with them, people paying 2k+ premiums.

#13 7 months ago

Asking for a $4500 premium for a NIB machine that is still in production in a collapsing global economy. any takers?

#14 7 months ago
Quoted from okgrak:

Asking for a $4500 premium for a NIB machine that is still in production in a collapsing global economy. any takers?

Why do you care. There are buyers out there that have money falling out of their pocket, if the seller can get some of it...good for him! You think this should be selling 40% lower because the market is down....get real Pancho

#15 7 months ago

This ad is an amusing relic of the old world.

#16 7 months ago
Quoted from delt31:

It's a good point that technically more are coming but we're talking 6+ if not more months. That's assuming Barry continues building and something doesn't change and as we all know, nothing is a guarantee with that guy!
It's not like spooky where they've confirmed all are being made and even with them, people paying 2k+ premiums.

Reminds me of someone wanting to trade for my alien that said there was no way more would be made, yet they are. They continue to come out, slowly and with the economy that 6 month line is going to get a lot shorter as people drop out.

#17 7 months ago
Quoted from dung:

Reminds me of someone wanting to trade for my alien that said there was no way more would be made, yet they are. They continue to come out, slowly and with the economy that 6 month line is going to get a lot shorter as people drop out.

Yeah, talk about flattening the curve.

"Given the end of the World appears upon us, do I really need to buy this half-baked hobby trophy that was never finished and will break all the time, and the seller still thinks is worth five digits? Maybe not."

#18 7 months ago

Price drop

#19 7 months ago

Actually TBL I have on location has about 2000 play on it so far and hasn't had any issues so what issues or problems should I be watching for?

If it's the end of the world coming why are you siting behind your computer wasting precious time thinking about a game that is out of budget...

#20 7 months ago
Quoted from bayareapinster:

Actually TBL I have on location has about 2000 play on it so far and hasn't had any issues so what issues or problems should I be watching for?
If it's the end of the world coming why are you siting behind your computer wasting precious time thinking about a game that is out of budget...

It's Levi, he has nothing better to do. Do the math:

15,434 posts
÷
2190 days (6years) = ~7

An average of 7 posts a day... Everyday of his life..for 6 years.

#21 7 months ago
Quoted from dung:

True, but they are steadily coming along. Just a matter of being patient. 4500 to have it immediately? Does the warranty even transfer?

Lol sorry but using the words "Steadily coming along" are the Last words anyone would use to describe Dutch Pinball.

#22 7 months ago

Has the seller something to do with bayareaamusement or not at all?

#23 7 months ago
Quoted from turbo20lbs:

It's Levi, he has nothing better to do. Do the math:
15,434 posts
÷
2190 days (6years) = ~7
An average of 7 posts a day... Everyday of his life..for 6 years.

Do you know how long it takes to make 7 posts a day?

2 minutes?

Look Fonzie, you are just as much of a “No life pinball loser” as anybody else here. Either you post on a pinball forum regularly or you don’t.

Post counting lol

#24 7 months ago
Quoted from CrazyLevi:

Do you know how long it takes to make 7 posts a day?
2 minutes?
Look Fonzie, you are just as much of a “No life pinball loser” as anybody else here. Either you post on a pinball forum regularly or you don’t.
Post counting lol

Not everybody is just as much of a "No life pinball loser" as anybody else here.

It's fair to say that someone who makes over 15,000 posts in 6 years deserves special recognition as a bigger loser than someone who makes less than 2000 in 7 years.

You have a dire need to always be right. And if challenged, an inability to avoid a snarky response in defense. You're probably much nicer in person.

#25 7 months ago
Quoted from RTS:

Not everybody is just as much of a "No life pinball loser" as anybody else here.
It's fair to say that someone who makes over 15,000 posts in 6 years deserves special recognition as a bigger loser than someone who makes less than 2000 in 7 years.
You have a dire need to always be right. And if challenged, an inability to avoid a snarky response in defense. You're probably much nicer in person.

If someone can tell me what’s important in posting ratio...and incidentally the corresponding profile of this person.

#26 7 months ago

The fundamental law of economics: A product is worth what it's purchaser will pay". If you believe the world is ending because the media's clickbait news cycle has you in constant panic, you are unlikely to pay a dime for this machine.
If this is just another temporary down cycle (as every crysis humanity has ever experienced in history has ever been), this might be a good medium term investment.
Hell - you can even play a few games and enjoy yourself a little whilst practicing social distancing!

#27 6 months ago

It's normal Majority of people will go into panic so no big deal, I have another one which I payed alot more for and is set up to play so I'm letting this one go and other games I have doubles and triples of.

#28 6 months ago
Quoted from Mechulus:

The fundamental law of economics: A product is worth what it's purchaser will pay". If you believe the world is ending because the media's clickbait news cycle has you in constant panic, you are unlikely to pay a dime for this machine.
If this is just another temporary down cycle (as every crysis humanity has ever experienced in history has ever been), this might be a good medium term investment.
Hell - you can even play a few games and enjoy yourself a little whilst practicing social distancing!

In the Medium Term there may be a flood of NIB TBLs....the odds are against the investment being “good”.

#29 6 months ago

Don’t think we will see a flood of TBLs especially since 100 plus EAs are due machines some day!

#30 6 months ago

GLWTS bayareaflippster

#31 6 months ago

Thanks guys be safe during this crazy time✊

#32 6 months ago

How long did you have to wait to have this one ready? I put down a deposit shortly before going full "Pandemic". Not expecting it anytime soon.

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