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For sale: TRON: Legacy (Pro)


By dasha126

75 days ago



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#1 75 days ago

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For sale: TRON: Legacy (Pro)
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Added: April 25th, 2020 Ended: May 19th, 2020
Condition: Fully restored (full original status)

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Beautiful Tron Pro this one is fully loaded with mods and pimped with chrome everywhere, color dmd, lite ramps and Tron arcade mod, led flipper buttons , mirror blades, led speaker mod , shaker motor, upgraded sub woofer and speaker system, too much to list .
This is one is nicest Tron around.


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#2 75 days ago

... or you could buy the Almost identical one for literally $3k less being sold from - granted - the other side of the US. Both are real nice...

#3 75 days ago

That’s Canadian dollars. Right??

#4 75 days ago

The hell? you can get an LE for almost this. Gtfo lmao

#5 75 days ago

“Too much to list...” sounds like you listed everything lol

#6 75 days ago

Shit instead of investing in gold I’m gonna invest in Tron pros!!

#7 75 days ago

Cabinet looks worn AF and faded compared to most of these out there.

#8 75 days ago

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/for-sale-tron-legacy-pro-69

OP had an overpriced Tron 11 days ago as well. I should start flipping Trons as a source of income as well.

#9 75 days ago

wow, what a steal!

#10 74 days ago

In one picture the game has lollipop rails, in another it has normal type.....

#11 74 days ago

Yellow protective leg nut bolt washers...that explains the price

FYI: I have a pimped out TRON Pro I purchased last year for $7,400 (in LA).

Suggestion: If you want top dollar, try posting better photos and/or a killer video of gameplay.

GLWTS

#12 74 days ago

Lol. Every Tron Pro that comes up for sale is one of the nicest you’ll ever see. Most, and most heavily, modded machine of all time probably.

Routed Trons, on the other hand, usually look like trash.

Glws. For this price, I’d have to not buy it twice!

#13 74 days ago

With threads like these the chances of another Tron run must be super high!

#14 74 days ago
Quoted from Shapeshifter:

With threads like these the chances of another Tron run must be super high!

For whatever reason it doesn’t seem to be in Sterns queue. There was a big and then seemingly credible rumor it was going to be vaulted early in 2019, but that did not happen.

#15 74 days ago

cool...and only 3k for chrome.

#16 74 days ago

Chromeo, oh Chromeo. Why does thou apply useless mods, oh Chromeo?

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#17 63 days ago

I see three different speakers grills in the six pictures.
What the ???

#19 63 days ago
Quoted from dasha126:

This is one is nicest Tron around.

You is except payent one is Nigerian bank?

#20 63 days ago

This is the Ayce Gogi guy right?
He's legit. But this price screams drunk posting.

#21 63 days ago

That is a nice TRON Pro - but I think you may have over valued it just a tad. But what the hell do I know...

GLWS

#22 62 days ago
Quoted from pinaround2:

I see three different speakers grills in the six pictures.
What the ???

Also in some pics there are regular side rails in others lollipop rails.

#23 62 days ago
Quoted from Gryszzz:

This is the Ayce Gogi guy right?
He's legit. But this price screams drunk posting.

This is NOT the Acye Gogi guy. My apologies to him for this misstatement.
This is obviously Tron Light Cycle rider #3's machine. Hard times, hard times.

#24 62 days ago

I had an opportunity to pick up another HUO low play TronLE last week for about the same price... and passed.

#25 62 days ago

the front of that cab looks like that was a routed machine for awhile.

#26 62 days ago
Quoted from o-din:

I had an opportunity to pick up another HUO low play TronLE last week for about the same price... and passed.

Why? Seems like a great deal...especially for SoCal.

#27 62 days ago
Quoted from snaroff:

Why? Seems like a great deal...especially for SoCal.

A TRON Pro for 9.2K is a GREAT deal? What is a good deal? Less than 10 K?

#28 62 days ago

True story, 5 years ago when I decided to get my own pinball machine I wanted to get TRON LE, but at that time they were about 12 to 14K (some even 15K). I got a quote for a NIB TRON PRO for 5.5K and passed. After seeing and playing WOZ I decided to put a deposit down on The Hobbit and got it for 8K, partly because I wanted to get a JJP and second I wanted to save about 4 or 5 thousand and get a new JJP LE instead of a used TRON LE.

#29 62 days ago
Quoted from snaroff:

Why? Seems like a great deal...especially for SoCal.

It was almost too blingy for what I've got going on now. It was like new, and a very high number, almost end of the line and it was tempting.

Although I had mine set up super tough and it was fun to play, Tron is so yesterday now. It died when Disney's California Adventure closed Electronica.

#30 62 days ago
Quoted from Goronic:

A TRON Pro for 9.2K is a GREAT deal? What is a good deal? Less than 10 K?

He was referencing a Tron LE which, if less than this Tron Pro's asking price is actually still a pretty good deal.

#31 62 days ago
Quoted from 85vett:

He was referencing a Tron LE which, if less than this Tron Pro's asking price is actually still a pretty good deal.

Thank you for clarifying...was very clear I was referencing the LE o-din was talking about.

#32 62 days ago
Quoted from o-din:

It was almost too blingy for what I've got going on now. It was like new, and a very high number, almost end of the line and it was tempting.
Although I had mine set up super tough and it was fun to play, Tron is so yesterday now. It died when Disney's California Adventure closed Electronica.

Meh...I don't pay attention to stuff like that. I still think TRON is one of the best packages around. My only gripe is "Portal" is a lousy wizard mode...the journey is the reward.

#33 62 days ago

TronLE seems to have been hovering from $9500- $10500 for the last five years or so. If I was to buy another, I would still go that route over an overpriced pro. It has the few extra features that puts this game over the top.

If they release a vault with LE features, it will still be in the newer cabinet, and the playfield might not be as good as all the LEs I have seen so far. And who knows if they will still be using SAM. They did say at one time all vaults would use the original system, but that was years ago.

#34 62 days ago

Mine is for sale $2k less (minus the chrome armor).

#35 62 days ago
Quoted from o-din:

TronLE seems to have been hovering from $9500- $10500 for the last five years or so. If I was to buy another, I would still go that route over an overpriced pro. It has the few extra features that puts this game over the top.
If they release a vault with LE features, it will still be in the newer cabinet, and the playfield might not be as good as all the LEs I have seen so far. And who knows if they will still be using SAM. They did say at one time all vaults would use the original system, but that was years ago.

Sounds right...I paid top dollar in 2018 (10.5), however it was pretty loaded with mods and also came with NOS ramps and some extra parts. Before it was delivered from NJ=>Florida, I had an opportunity to purchase a friends 20 miles down the road for 8.6K (single owner HUO). Bad timing...

#36 62 days ago

It was a beauty and I almost just talked myself into draining the bank account and changing my mind. Only problem is reselling them sometimes as I don't always care to deal with buyers of high end machines. But, I guess it's too late now.

My first one went to a pinsider across country and was a pretty trouble free deal, but it cost me a bit of money to make it go away fast. I don't mind paying to play though, but sometimes it can be a bit much. In other words it can be a lot easier to buy a high end machine, than it can be to sell one if you are not in the business.

https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/archive/95264

#37 62 days ago

When I sold my TronLE, I can't remember how many pictures I had to send out to people that can be so anal about the smallest things. It only had 50 plays on it when I got it, so I don't know what some of them really expected. Then they throw the vault rumors at you like you were not aware.

That's why I took the first offer that was not quite what I had into it, but the guy was a lot more reasonable. For me, it was too much money to have tied up in any one machine

#38 62 days ago

Gee, o-din--I'm sorry I asked for the photos of the leg leveler adjustment nuts! You just never know!

#39 62 days ago
Quoted from Billy16:

Gee, o-din--I'm sorry I asked for the photos of the leg leveler adjustment nuts! You just never know!

No, you were cool. All I remember about that DH transaction was cash on the glass and a fun afternoon. Another guy that came to look at it said it would not work for him without new cabinet decals. lol. That is what we are up against sometimes, so I think long and hard now when I buy a machine if it will be a keeper or not.

#40 62 days ago

Actually I think I'm on to something here--leg leveler nut condition could be the new shooter lane!

#41 62 days ago
Quoted from o-din:

When I sold my TronLE, I can't remember how many pictures I had to send out to people that can be so anal about the smallest things. It only had 50 plays on it when I got it, so I don't know what some of them really expected. Then they throw the vault rumors at you like you were not aware.
That's why I took the first offer that was not quite what I had into it, but the guy was a lot more reasonable. For me, it was too much money to have tied up in any one machine

Yep. Last year I sold a rare Fathom restoration (https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/for-sale-fathom-19) and a guy from SF was really turned off by some really minor PF insert imperfections I pointed out. Since he was driving from SF->LA and seemed really anal, I went overboard pointing out any imperfection. He ended up passing because he couldn't live with what I pointed out (and he wasn't trying to negotiate...just wanted perfection). I moved on to the next buyer who flew from Michigan to LA and then drove the game to Arizona! Guy was totally jazzed. The next day, the dude from SF called me and said he was kicking himself for turning down the game. Sometimes people are OCD and it stands in the way of getting a nice game at a fair price.

#42 62 days ago
Quoted from snaroff:

Yep. Last year I sold a rare Fathom restoration (https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/for-sale-fathom-19) and a guy from SF was really turned off by some really minor PF insert imperfections I pointed out. Since he was driving from SF->LA and seemed really anal, I went overboard pointing out any imperfection. He ended up passing because he couldn't live with what I pointed out (and he wasn't trying to negotiate...just wanted perfection). I moved on to the next buyer who flew from Michigan to LA and then drove the game to Arizona! Guy was totally jazzed. The next day, the dude from SF called me and said he was kicking himself for turning down the game. Sometimes people are OCD and it stands in the way of getting a nice game at a fair price.

I remember this. I wanted this really bad, just bad timing. Was a beautiful example. SF should've kicked himself with a steel toed boot.

#43 62 days ago
Quoted from Gryszzz:

I remember this. I wanted this really bad, just bad timing. Was a beautiful example. SF should've kicked himself with a steel toed boot.

Thanks! I liked your comments in my FS post...even the one where you said I was priced very high Considering the rarity, I must have priced it fairly since I had 3 buyers at full price. It wasn't HEP quality, but a HEP Fathom would be 2x the price (to restore with Chris).

Off topic, but the op is getting free bumps, so wth

#44 62 days ago

I don't want to sell any game to somebody so anal, because once it's gone, I only want to hear how much the new owner enjoys it or nothing at all. Not start some thread on pinside calling me out as bad seller that didn't disclose some tiny detail I didn't even notice.

I know one guy in the business that won't even answer his phone if that particular buyer has asked the wrong questions as far as he is concerned in the past. 9 times out of 10 or even more, he can also tell a serious buyer within the first minute of a phone call. It gets to be instinct after a while.

I'm not sure he knows yet what to think of me. Sometimes I am super serious about buying with wads of cash, others I just go over there and kick a few tires until they kick me out.

#45 61 days ago
Quoted from snaroff:

Sounds right...I paid top dollar in 2018 (10.5), however it was pretty loaded with mods and also came with NOS ramps and some extra parts. Before it was delivered from NJ=>Florida, I had an opportunity to purchase a friends 20 miles down the road for 8.6K (single owner HUO). Bad timing...

Just going to put this here https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/for-sale-tron-legacy-le-15

I diffidently consider myself lucky for finding a nice example with all the mods for less than $9K. It did cost me a 26 hour road trip though but was well worth it.

#46 61 days ago
Quoted from 85vett:

Just going to put this here https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/for-sale-tron-legacy-le-15
I diffidently consider myself lucky for finding a nice example with all the mods for less than $9K. It did cost me a 26 hour road trip though but was well worth it.

Anyone willing to drive 26 hours to pickup a game deserves a screaming deal!

#47 60 days ago

most of us wouldn't drive 26 hours unless it was a screaming deal. Or something so rare you only see 1 every 10 years or so.

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