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For sale: Wizard of Oz LE


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3 months ago



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For sale: Wizard of Oz LE
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Added: January 9th, 2019
Condition: HUO - Undocumented (Home Used Only)

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I'm selling my woz le. Just need to sell no trades. Let me know if you're interested or have any questions. Machine is in Maple Ridge. I traded it from a collector that never rents out. It is 100% HUO. I haven't put many hours on it either. It has the new board in it.


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#2 3 months ago

$8300 US!!! good deal! Wish I were closer. GLWS!

#3 3 months ago

"It has the new board in it" is meaningless. That could be the 7.5v buffered, the 5v buffered, or the 2.0 light system. I'm assuming it's one of the older board upgrades, but more specificity would help.

#4 3 months ago

In my opinion by the far the best looking WOZ LE with the Green trim, rad cals, mirrored back glass, and wood apron....

#5 3 months ago
Quoted from PtownPin:

In my opinion by the far the best looking WOZ LE with the Green trim, rad cals, mirrored back glass, and wood apron....

The direct-print cabinets are something very special. Amazing in person. Should be standard on the other JJP CEs for the price they're asking. I bet they'd sell more of them, too.

#6 3 months ago
Quoted from vireland:

The direct-print cabinets are something very special. Amazing in person. Should be standard on the other JJP CEs for the price they're asking. I bet they'd sell more of them, too.

I agree. Often overlooked feature on these versions of the LE. Almost all focus is on the light boards when these games come up for sale which can be rectified....but that cabinet cannot be duplicated.

#7 3 months ago
Quoted from gearheaddropping:

I agree. Often overlooked feature on these versions of the LE. Almost all focus is on the light boards when these games come up for sale which can be rectified....but that cabinet cannot be duplicated.

And honestly, after the JJP discount and selling the old light boards that still work, the 2.0 upgrade ends up being a few hundred dollars and 6-8 hours of time. Totally worth doing for the stability.

#8 3 months ago
Quoted from vireland:

And honestly, after the JJP discount and selling the old light boards that still work, the 2.0 upgrade ends up being a few hundred dollars and 6-8 hours of time. Totally worth doing for the stability.

Its really amazing in person...photos don't do it justice....I agree on the 2.0 system, but the 7.5V buffered have been pretty reliable, and haven't been in an issue in my environment....the 6-8 hours is what I don't have....I wonder what this game would be worth with the 2.0 upgrade?

#9 3 months ago
Quoted from PtownPin:

Its really amazing in person...photos don't do it justice....I agree on the 2.0 system, but the 7.5V buffered have been pretty reliable, and haven't been in an issue in my environment....the 6-8 hours is what I don't have....I wonder what this game would be worth with the 2.0 upgrade?

An ECLE with the 2.0 light boards and the 75th Anniversary Topper would be the pinnacle WOZ available IMHO. Not sure why the RR gets more love, but it does. None of the RR had the direct print cabinets.

#10 3 months ago
Quoted from gearheaddropping:

An ECLE with the 2.0 light boards and the 75th Anniversary Topper would be the pinnacle WOZ available IMHO. Not sure why the RR gets more love, but it does. None of the RR had the direct print cabinets.

I've owned both and its not even close....personally the JJP toppers are kind of whatever in my mind....

#11 3 months ago
Quoted from PtownPin:

Its really amazing in person...photos don't do it justice....I agree on the 2.0 system, but the 7.5V buffered have been pretty reliable, and haven't been in an issue in my environment....the 6-8 hours is what I don't have....I wonder what this game would be worth with the 2.0 upgrade?

Probably wouldn't change the value, but it would sell quickly since any non-2.0 machines have the upgrade hanging over them, and it's a pain.

#12 3 months ago

Direct print is overrated imo. Love that wood panel though

#13 3 months ago

RR plus RadCals are very nice looking.

#14 3 months ago

My town. Too bad I could never get into this game.

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