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For sale/For Trade: Who Dunnit (Bally, 1995) *Price Drop*

By cheshirefilms

3 years ago

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#1 3 years ago


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$ 3,100 (Firm)

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For sale/For Trade: Who Dunnit (Bally, 1995) *Price Drop*

Added: July 20th, 2016 Ended: August 27th, 2016
Condition: Fully shopped/refurbished

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Extremely clean, premium Cointaker LED/modded Who Dunnit for sale. New side rails. Cosmetically, cabinet looks nearly new now, with unfaded decals. Full premium Cointaker LED kit with afterburner pops. Taxi mod with LEDs. Mirror blades. More pictures by request. Also interested in trades plus/minus cash on my end for Funhouse, TAF/other 90s BWs Ive never owned.

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#2 3 years ago

Prob wanna put some EQ insert pics to help you, always a big issue on this machine

#3 3 years ago

Isn't the cabinet on this one still silk-screened? I thought only the head had decals. Either way wouldn't' hurt to add a picture of each side.

#4 3 years ago

Inserts are great, but needed to lovingly spot acrylic/clear the bottom of a couple of the EQs.


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#8 3 years ago

Dislike this single emoticon response. No offense, but I only want what I put into the game. No cash profit wanted at all. Now it's literally got new rails, new lockdown, a $240 cointaker led kit with strips, mirror blades, mods, new translite and is very clean. I put a lot of love into my games. This isn't a stock Who Dunnit.

#9 3 years ago

I sold a who dunnit about a month ago, had mirror blades, brand new translite, was shopped, full led, couple of lighting mods, crack at the left ramp by the inlane mount, couple of other cracked plastics, cabinet wasn't perfect, but not too bad, professionally repaired board due to GI Burnt connectors, fully working. Price was 2600 and guy paid 400 to ship it. Based on that, sellers price here seems in the ballpark. Glws.

#10 3 years ago

Looks like it's a $3000 to $3200 game to me.

#11 3 years ago

I've dealt with Brian - bought a game from him and it was EXACTLY as described and he was a pleasure to deal with. I know he is self admitted extremely fussy and trust me if it's his game - it's nice and there was no stone unturned with this guy. Hope if someone is on the fence a little referral from someone with experience helps you decide if you wanted this game. Brian's a good egg. GLWS !

#12 3 years ago

Price lowered

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#13 3 years ago

Who's on the case

#14 3 years ago

Photos are too dark to make out details of the cabinet.

#15 3 years ago

Brighter cab photos



#16 3 years ago

What's the new price?

#17 3 years ago

$3,100 - was $3,200.

#18 3 years ago

bump for a very awesome and underrated game! answer the phone!

#19 3 years ago

I must say after seeing the rest of the pictures this is a very nice Who Dunnit.

#20 3 years ago

I'm getting ready to put an NOS playfield in mine. Playfield inserts are a BIG problem with this machine.

GLWYS. Nice Who Dunnit!

#21 3 years ago
Quoted from swanng:

I'm getting ready to put an NOS playfield in mine. Playfield inserts are a BIG problem with this machine.
GLWYS. Nice Who Dunnit!

Didn't have any issues with inserts on my game. The main issues with the game are cracked ramp connections at the left inlane, connections where center ramp connects to side ramps, broken plastics, and wear where the ball drops down on the left side of the playfield. The ramps are unobtanium. The broken plastics are mostly from airballs caused by the slot reel cover not being flush with the playfield. It's easy to adjust, but requires removal of the reel motor, which is also easy to do.

If this game is free of those defects, it's worth a premium price. I sold mine for 2600 with some cracks on the ramps and a cracked plastic by the telephone. Guy also paid shipping on it. It's a fun game, but a bit stop and go.

#22 3 years ago

A possible trade is in discussion, still open to others since the other party is out of the country till November..

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#23 3 years ago

Game still ready to rehome. Price is firm. This is a very beautiful Who Dunnit.

#24 3 years ago

Somebody answer the phone

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