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FS: SMALLER LOT Sale 150 games-EM's/Woodrails/Pitch 'n Bats/etc-Bloomington,IL


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6 years ago



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#51 6 years ago
Quoted from Whysnow:

Whomever bought lot 5, please contact me on HMM. I would like to buy before you ship the lot somewhere further away from me.
Also, fair warning to ANYONE buying these... They are not as advertised.
"Most of the games in lots 1-9 are in excellent
cosmetic shape and appear to be in good condition"
I went through the entire collection when Gene had his big sale and most of the decent stuff was taken at or before that time. Games are in unheated/cooled storage, many bought at previous auctions and never plugged in, many soaked in animal piss and rotting away. Hardly ANYTHING was in excellent cosmetic shape or even good condition.
Think active roof leaks and rotting for years to get a more accurate picture of what you should expect.
Fair condition with missing boards, broken game specific parts and in some cases hacked and falling apart would more accurately describe these lots of games.
BUYER BEWARE. These games are MUCH worse than implied in the ad!!!! Also VERY disappointed to see these describe the way they were!!!!!

Wow why am I not surprised at all? Haha

Thank you for your honesty! Saving a lot of us a lot of trouble, money and time wasted.

#52 6 years ago

Excuse my ignorance, but I just really don't get what Gene's plans were? What is the point in hoarding 400 pins in a leaky barn? Or did he just never sell them because he was delusional about what they were worth?

#53 6 years ago
Quoted from toyotaboy:

Excuse my ignorance, but I just really don't get what Gene's plans were? What is the point in hoarding 400 pins in a leaky barn? Or did he just never sell them because he was delusional about what they were worth?

My impression was he had NO plans. He was an obsessive owner and buyer. He did not play pinball, he merely bought them to own so he coudl say he had them.

#54 6 years ago

Gene was a Bally collector. He loved Christiansen artwork too. Has anyone seen the "woofer room" in the house? DC painted that room.

I wish I could have bought a couple games for the Ann Arbor museum. The zaccaria magic castle (or time machine or robots, but i dont think he had those) and the Bally transporter in particular. Maybe one other. *sigh*

#55 6 years ago

I would like to rescue all 3 Jungle Lords and the nicer Gold Rush.

#57 6 years ago

Damn, I would love one of those baseball machines but I don't have the space or time to divest myself of all the other machines in the lot just to get one. And, honestly, the average cost is a bit high for a bulk buy of untested machines for me to even consider it.

It's awesome to see these back in circulation, though. I wish Clay could have gotten a few, as well, since I've seen firsthand that they would be well-treated and actually played.

#58 6 years ago
Quoted from cfh:

Gene was a Bally collector. He loved Christiansen artwork too. Has anyone seen the "woofer room" in the house? DC painted that room.
I wish I could have bought a couple games for the Ann Arbor museum. The zacarria magic castle (or Time Machine or robots, but i dont think he had those) and the Bally transporter in particular. Maybe one other. *sigh*

I am sure some of them will quickly pop up on the resale market. Those that bought likely intend to try and resell what they are not keeping. Those that also bought will likely realize that most games need some major love and will need to get rid of some.

#59 6 years ago

I don't think it's part of one of the lots, but if it is I would be interested in the original Viper Night Drivin' prototype playfield that is above machine 192. As far as I know, no protos of that particular machine style still exist, and it is completely unusable, so I don't want to pay some stupid amount for it (I have passed on one in the past for $600). If you end up with it and are interested, contact me.

I feel sort of silly even asking, as I'm not a packrat for that sort of thing, as Gene totally was. While I have a bunch of machines folded up in storage right now, almost all were working when placed there, and in a year or so we hope to un-place them there and set them up in a new basement

#60 6 years ago
Quoted from CaptainNeo:

Wait there are zaccarias in there? I'm in.

There were only two, Magic Castle and Supersonic.

#61 6 years ago

good enough for me, even if it's trashed, I can use it for parts for my magic castle.

#62 6 years ago
Quoted from Quiddity:

There were only two, Magic Castle and Supersonic.

Think I spotted a Devil Riders Head in the lot 10 pictures.

#64 6 years ago
Quoted from pmWolf:

Is Gene left with anything?

Memories?

#65 6 years ago
Quoted from kbliznick:

Think I spotted a Devil Riders Head in the lot 10 pictures.

Yes you did, that is the one I saw too but the only one I saw. Which if it has a nice BG in it, i'd take that too.

#66 6 years ago
Quoted from CaptainNeo:

Yes you did, that is the one I saw too but the only one I saw. Which if it has a nice BG in it, i'd take that too.

Also see a Zaccaria Circus head. (2 of them)

No backglass on the Devil Riders head (see very last picture)
Also the body of the Devil Riders is in picture 22

#67 6 years ago
Quoted from toyotaboy:

Excuse my ignorance, but I just really don't get what Gene's plans were? What is the point in hoarding 400 pins in a leaky barn? Or did he just never sell them because he was delusional about what they were worth?

I think that Gene loved the status that owning them brought. If you said to him that you really liked a machine, chances were very high that he had it. He also knew that a lot of people were really impressed when he told them that he had a collection of more than 800 machines (which it was at one time).

He was always willing to deal, but his prices were always pretty inflated. I believe that was because of the status that went with owning the machines, he needed a really good reason to part with that status, which would in turn only earn him more status. If you have 800 machines and you're selling the hunk of garbage you got above market prices, then that is worth it - I can flip them for more than you can! But, if you can't it eliminates that.

In many ways, I think that Gene's life revolved around Gene trying to set up a legacy for himself. He wanted to be known as the guy with the largest pinball collection, the guy who could always make a great deal, and who would run a very successful pinball company when the others could no longer make it.

I think more than anything, that's why he owned as many machines as he did. The human condition is an interesting thing. Sad, really.

#68 6 years ago

also, keep in mind, Gene bought a lot of these from warehouse raids. Just buy all their crap in one cheap lump. Just had to find a place to jam it in. With no real intent on doing anything with them. Just picked out the game or two he wanted, but they are so cheap, doesn't hurt to take them all.

#69 6 years ago
Quoted from CaptainNeo:

good enough for me, even if it's trashed, I can use it for parts for my magic castle.

The hell you say. i would like the magic castle to get it working at the A2 pinball museum!!

#70 6 years ago
Quoted from cfh:

The hell you say. i would like the magic castle to get it working at the A2 pinball museum!!

I'd help you fix it Clay. I'd bring a big can of WD-40. Maybe a full gallon to overcome the animal piss stench.

#71 6 years ago
Quoted from cfh:

The hell you say. i would like the magic castle to get it working at the A2 pinball museum!!

I'm just saying if it's waterlogged and trashed with everything corroded underside. I would never part out a zac if its' even remotely salvageable.

Hell i'm restoring a locomotion right now that is in some rough shape.

#72 6 years ago
Quoted from CaptainNeo:

also, keep in mind, Gene bought a lot of these from warehouse raids. Just buy all their crap in one cheap lump. Just had to find a place to jam it in. With no real intent on doing anything with them. Just picked out the game or two he wanted, but they are so cheap, doesn't hurt to take them all.

True, although MOST of us that get games in warehouse raids go, "Hey, I really only want these two, so here is the rest for sale!" Not, "Hey, I really want these two, I'll just take those other 40 too, why not?"

#73 6 years ago

you do when you get them for $50 each if you do it that way so the place doesn't have to clean them out.

#74 6 years ago
Quoted from CaptainNeo:

you do when you get them for $50 each if you do it that way so the place doesn't have to clean them out.

You missed my point. You and about 20 others would have received a call on the way home to see who I could unload those 50 other machines on people right away so they wouldn't sit in suboptional conditions wasting away to worthless junk. I would have taken them, yeah - but then I would have gotten rid of them. Did that once

#75 6 years ago
Quoted from RobT:

Yeah, most of the "wows" so far have been about the pins for sale, without any reference to what else this actually means.

BBBr anyone?

Or better yet, King Pin?

Wow is right. And although there is definitely a market for these and remakes of the high dollar B/W games, there is a more urgent need for remakes of game specific mechanical parts that leave other B/W machines inoperable. Parts that have been listed as not in stock on PPS and BAA and other vendors websites for some time, and not looking to be available any time soon.

#76 6 years ago
Quoted from goatdan:

I think that Gene loved the status that owning them brought. If you said to him that you really liked a machine, chances were very high that he had it. He also knew that a lot of people were really impressed when he told them that he had a collection of more than 800 machines (which it was at one time).
He was always willing to deal, but his prices were always pretty inflated. I believe that was because of the status that went with owning the machines, he needed a really good reason to part with that status, which would in turn only earn him more status. If you have 800 machines and you're selling the hunk of garbage you got above market prices, then that is worth it - I can flip them for more than you can! But, if you can't it eliminates that.
In many ways, I think that Gene's life revolved around Gene trying to set up a legacy for himself. He wanted to be known as the guy with the largest pinball collection, the guy who could always make a great deal, and who would run a very successful pinball company when the others could no longer make it.
I think more than anything, that's why he owned as many machines as he did. The human condition is an interesting thing. Sad, really.

I agree with this assessment. Gene reminds me of several family members actually. Not everyone is in a hobby/business to make bucks, Gene just likes to possess things. I toured his collection while it was still cool, while he still had the PB2K prototype games and he was actively manufacturing the BBB.

If you were a lowly pinball collector and willing to trust Gene with a deposit on BBB you knew he was going to take care of you in the end. And he did, popular speculation is he lost money on that deal and all those games were delivered as promised. If you were a fellow businessperson involved in the industry you were likely to not fair as well. I have learned my lesson to even mention Gene's name around some of those folks, and I have no doubt they have very legitimate gripes with the way he did business.

In the end there are 171 people that should be grateful for Gene's legacy in pinball. And maybe some of the games that Rick is salvaging will go on to a second life.

#77 6 years ago
Quoted from o-din:

Wow is right. And although there is definitely a market for these and remakes of the high dollar B/W games, there is a more urgent need for remakes of game specific mechanical parts that leave other B/W machines inoperable. Parts that have been listed as not in stock on PPS and BAA and other vendors websites for some time, and not looking to be available any time soon.

Congo gorilla parts? Especially since that silly game is actually somewhat popular now...

#78 6 years ago
Quoted from metallik:

Congo gorilla parts? Especially since that silly game is actually somewhat popular now...

Shadow diverter parts? That game is also somewhat popular now. There are many other examples of certain parts that are known to break that are becoming unobtainable like ToM and Judge Dredd gearboxes and motors. What good is the machine when those parts huck?

#79 6 years ago

Congo is the hot, hot ,game .right now !! More than somewhat popular..

#80 6 years ago
Quoted from Whysnow:

You do realize that Rick is doing nothing more than flipping these lots of games?
If he had not bought up everything it was going to public auction where everyone would have had the ability to buy the few games they were interested in with less risk and greater reward.
People also would have been able to inspect all the games in person before jumping in with an offer.
Banks like dealling with one lump sum buyer and logic would say that rick bought the games as parts of the bigger package to get the capcom rights and some of the other B/W parts he wanted. He likely cherry picked what few ones were left of the already picked over collection and now needs to get rid of the rest to help decrease the upfront lump sum payment to the bank. The bank also likely wants this crap gone ASAP.
Rick is a very smart businessman and he bought these and packaged them into lots and timed out the announcement of the sale very strategically. Most lots are now sold and buyer have not even seen the games.
I am repeating myself as I saw these games in person and would feel bad for buyers that possibly don't really realize what they are getting into. The ad is less than truthful of condition and worded very methodically to get your hopes up on a game so you will take a risk. It is like the perfect example of how to maximize sale price on ebay of a popular or rare game that is in bad condition >> few pictures, and optimistically nice condition wording, but build in caveats that you really don't know and games are "as-is". It is all about the psychology of the sale.
If any buyers need me to look through my videos and pictures of specific games to see if I have better shots of what actual condition is then I am happy to do so. It may help some to get a better idea of what they are puchasing and if it is really worth the travel and shipping costs.

Whysnow, I bought plenty of containers back in the day. This is a beauty pageant compared to some of the stuff I ended up with. In this case you actually have pictures and can view before buying. I think he is being reasonable given the situation. If I was closer, who knows I might of bought a lot just for some fun...

#81 6 years ago
Quoted from jrush2112:

Congo is the hot, hot ,game .right now !! More than somewhat popular..

yep, aside from the bland theme which i do not like, the gameplay, flow, PF layout is pretty much perfect. one of the best. lot of great shots and variety.

#82 6 years ago
Quoted from PPS:

We have split up the games into 10 lots (sorry, some of them just sold),

im guessing the cream of the crop. : (

1 week later
#83 6 years ago

Update June 10th ... we've split some of the EM and Pitch/Bowler lots up into smaller buckets, and have 150 of the 400+ games left to sell!

They will be available for viewing this weekend June 14/15 in Bloomington, IL by appointment ONLY.

These games are being sold as-is and where-is. There are a total of 152 games, and the games are divided into lots as follows:

•Lot 1: BLY/WMS EM, plus some misc Ems
•Lot 1a: BLY/WMS EM, plus some misc EMs
•Lot 2: BLY/WMS EM, plus some misc EMs
•Lot 2a: BLY/WMS EM, plus some misc EMs
•Lot 3: BLY/WMS EM
•Lot 8: Woodrails and Pre-flipper games
•Lot 9: Pitch 'n' bat and Bowlers
•Lot 9a: Pitch 'n' bat and Bowlers

For a description of the games in each lot, along with the game numbers in the attached pictures, click on the following link:

http://www.pinball.com/sale/games/Game-Sale.pdf

Please contact rick@planetarypinball.com if interested.

thanks,
rick@planetarypinball.com

1 week later
#84 6 years ago

Latest update on the other thread for games left - we will also be in bloomington again for pickup $0 cost if you break them down on Fri-Sun 6/27-6/29

ALSO, we can ship the games to our warehouse in SAN JOSE, CA for pickup - first batch can be there for CAX show in San Jose 6/12 ... $100/game to get them there.

Any questions/interest - contact me rick@planetarypinball.com or text/call my cell 408-891-7878

#2 Bug-A-Boo (BINGO) Keeney $100
#3 Grand Slam (BAT) WMS 1964 $1,900
#4 Monte Carlo BLY 1973-03 $527
#6 AquaCade UNT 1949-05 $200
#7 Carnival PLY 1977-05 $351
#13 Blue Chip WMS 1976-11 $415
#14 Capt Fantastic BLY 1976-06 $1,225
#20 Swinger WMS 1973-01 $306
#34 50/50 BLY 1965-07 $536
#35 Happy Tour BLY 1964-06 $535
#38 Ro Go BLY 1974-08 $449
#41 Dixieland BLY 1968-04 $440
#42 Five in One $199
#43 Tropicana UNI 1948-02 $324
#53 Touchdown (Bingo) BLY 1960 $325
#57 Freedom BLY 1976-06 $563
#60 Amigo BLY 1974-05 $407
#61 Joker BLY 1968-06 $525
#63 Sun Beam EXH 1941-02 $200
#65 Blue Ribbon BLY 1965-12 $104
#66 Bullfight BLY 1965-01 $388
#67 Rocket BLY preflip $299
#69 Winner WMS 1972-02 $437
#72 Twin Win BLY 1974-02 $484
#73 Bally Hoo BLY 1969-11 $500
#74 Expressway BLY 1971-08 $400
#76 Little League MIDWAY 1966 $550
#80 Joust BLY 1969-02 $811
#81 Saddle Turf Evans $299
#84 Barrel Of Fun 61 (Bingo) BLY 1961 $300
#85 Tropicana UNT 1948-02 $324
#87 Bongo BLY 1964-03 $418
#88 Cue Tease BLY 1963-07 $243
#89 Firecracker BLY 1971-02 $388
#92 Mariner BLY 1971-11 $304
#98 Mariner BLY 1971-11 $304
#102 Cue Tease BLY 1963-11 $243
#103 Haryburners II WMS 1968-08 $501
#104 Barrel O Fun (Bingo) BLY 1960 $300
#105 Air Force BLY 1941 $199
#106 Wisconsin UNT 1948-04 $307
#109 Mad World BLY 1964 $550
#112 Gun Smoke CCM 1968 $336
#115 Super-Flite WMS 1974-10 $340
#118 Bonanza (B) BLY 1976 $325
#119 Ballerina (B) BLY 1959 $450
#120 Bongo BLY 1964 $418
#123 Dogies BLY 1968 $489
#124 See Saw BLY 1970-11 $382
#125 Roller Derby (Bingo) BLY 1960 $450
#128 Firecracker BLY 1971-02 $388
#132 Hee Haw CC 1973 $309
#133 Camelot BLY 1970-02 $325
#144 Aladdin's Castle BLY 1976-06 $401
#145 Fun Cruise BLY 1966 $196
#147 Time Zone BLY 1973-05 $426
#149 Add-A-Ball BLY 50's $500
#150 Fun Cruise BLY 1966 $196
#151 Rock Makers BLY 1968-08 $374
#153 Band Wagon BLY 1965-03 $260
#162 Cover Girl KEENEY 1947-12 $541
#171 Bon Voyage BLY 1974 $379
#174 Champ (Bally) BLY 1974 $338
#175 Night Rider (EM) BLY 1977 $510
#177 Amigo BLY 1974-05 $407
#178 Zip-A-Doo BLY 1970 $400
#179 Kick Off BLY 1976 $326
#182 Hi-Lo Ace BLY 1973-10 $415
#183 Wizard BLY 1975 $1,250
#184 Fun Cruise BLY 1966 $196
#186 Fireball BLY 1972-02 $1,926
#187 Fireball BLY 1972-02 $1,926
#189 King Rex BLY 1970 $825
#190 Galahad BLY 1970-02 $206
#191 Lady Robin Hood GTB 1948 $1,225
#193 Blue Bird $199
#194 Bally Melody BLY 1948 $800
#195 Twin Joker (Bingo) BLY 1972 $325
#196 USA BLY 1958 $128
#202 Beach Queens BLY 1960 $600
#203 Amigo BLY 1974-05 $407
#206 Circus (BallY) BLY 1973-11 $450
#207 Sky Kings BLY 1974 $440
#208 Time Zone BLY 1973-05 $426
#209 Fun Cruise BLY 1966 $196
#211 Aladdin's Castle BLY 1976-06 $401
#213 Delta Queen BLY 1974 $376
#214 Hi-Lo Ace BLY 1973-10 $415
#215 Bowl-O BLY 1970 $244
#216 Night Rider (EM) BLY 1977 $510
#217 Flicker BLY 1975-01 $468
#219 Capt Fantastic BLY 1976 $1,225
#220 Champ (Bally) BLY 1974 $338
#227 Alive BRN 1978 $252
#230 Big Day BLY 1964 $395
#233 Gold Rush BLY 1966 $298
#240 Trio BLY 1965-11 $400
#246 Olympics CCM 1975-01 $221
#247 Jubilee WMS 1973 $308
#249 Hi Flyer CCM 1974-08 $244
#250 Darling WMS 1973-09 $280
#253 Action CCM 1969-09 $279
#257 Little Chief WMS 1975-12 $381
#262 Lady Luck WMS 1968 $473
#273 Fun Cruise BLY 1966 $196
#276 Flicker BLY 1975-01 $468
#280 Rocket III BLY 1967 $1,287
#284 Safari BLY 1968-05 $336
#287 Liberty Bell WMS 1977-04 $382
#299 Sea Ray BLY 1971 $379
#304 Hockey Champ CC $799
#305 Speed Bowler BLY $799
#306 Line Drive WMS 1972 $1,200
#307 Upper Deck WMS 1973 $1,450
#308 ?? BLY $799
#309 Multi River? $799
#310 Playboy UNT $799
#311 Targets BLY 1959 $800
#312 Pitch&Bat WMS 1966 $1,650
#313 Rapid Fire BLY $799
#314 Heavy Hitter BLY 1959 $1,050
#315 Big League WMS 1966 $1,475
#316 All Star Bowler BLY $799
#317 White Lightening MIDWAY $799
#318 Beauty BLY $499
#319 Goofy Hoops ROMSTAR $499
#320 Pinch Hitter WMS 1959 $2,450
#323 Sea Hunt Allied $799
#324 Spooksville Allied $799
#328 Tekken 3 video/pinball
#329 Pinball Action (video)
#330 Pit n Pendulum (arcade)
#331 Stop & Go (arcade)

#85 6 years ago
Quoted from PPS:

Latest update on the other thread for games left - we will also be in bloomington again for pickup $0 cost if you break them down on Fri-Sun 6/27-6/29
ALSO, we can ship the games to our warehouse in SAN JOSE, CA for pickup - first batch can be there for CAX show in San Jose 6/12 ... $100/game to get them there.
Any questions/interest - contact me rick@planetarypinball.com or text/call my cell 408-891-7878
#2 Bug-A-Boo (BINGO) Keeney $100
#3 Grand Slam (BAT) WMS 1964 $1,900
#4 Monte Carlo BLY 1973-03 $527
#6 AquaCade UNT 1949-05 $200
#7 Carnival PLY 1977-05 $351
#13 Blue Chip WMS 1976-11 $415
#14 Capt Fantastic BLY 1976-06 $1,225
#20 Swinger WMS 1973-01 $306
#34 50/50 BLY 1965-07 $536
#35 Happy Tour BLY 1964-06 $535
#38 Ro Go BLY 1974-08 $449
#41 Dixieland BLY 1968-04 $440
#42 Five in One $199
#43 Tropicana UNI 1948-02 $324
#53 Touchdown (Bingo) BLY 1960 $325
#57 Freedom BLY 1976-06 $563
#60 Amigo BLY 1974-05 $407
#61 Joker BLY 1968-06 $525
#63 Sun Beam EXH 1941-02 $200
#65 Blue Ribbon BLY 1965-12 $104
#66 Bullfight BLY 1965-01 $388
#67 Rocket BLY preflip $299
#69 Winner WMS 1972-02 $437
#72 Twin Win BLY 1974-02 $484
#73 Bally Hoo BLY 1969-11 $500
#74 Expressway BLY 1971-08 $400
#76 Little League MIDWAY 1966 $550
#80 Joust BLY 1969-02 $811
#81 Saddle Turf Evans $299
#84 Barrel Of Fun 61 (Bingo) BLY 1961 $300
#85 Tropicana UNT 1948-02 $324
#87 Bongo BLY 1964-03 $418
#88 Cue Tease BLY 1963-07 $243
#89 Firecracker BLY 1971-02 $388
#92 Mariner BLY 1971-11 $304
#98 Mariner BLY 1971-11 $304
#102 Cue Tease BLY 1963-11 $243
#103 Haryburners II WMS 1968-08 $501
#104 Barrel O Fun (Bingo) BLY 1960 $300
#105 Air Force BLY 1941 $199
#106 Wisconsin UNT 1948-04 $307
#109 Mad World BLY 1964 $550
#112 Gun Smoke CCM 1968 $336
#115 Super-Flite WMS 1974-10 $340
#118 Bonanza (B) BLY 1976 $325
#119 Ballerina (B) BLY 1959 $450
#120 Bongo BLY 1964 $418
#123 Dogies BLY 1968 $489
#124 See Saw BLY 1970-11 $382
#125 Roller Derby (Bingo) BLY 1960 $450
#128 Firecracker BLY 1971-02 $388
#132 Hee Haw CC 1973 $309
#133 Camelot BLY 1970-02 $325
#144 Aladdin's Castle BLY 1976-06 $401
#145 Fun Cruise BLY 1966 $196
#147 Time Zone BLY 1973-05 $426
#149 Add-A-Ball BLY 50's $500
#150 Fun Cruise BLY 1966 $196
#151 Rock Makers BLY 1968-08 $374
#153 Band Wagon BLY 1965-03 $260
#162 Cover Girl KEENEY 1947-12 $541
#171 Bon Voyage BLY 1974 $379
#174 Champ (Bally) BLY 1974 $338
#175 Night Rider (EM) BLY 1977 $510
#177 Amigo BLY 1974-05 $407
#178 Zip-A-Doo BLY 1970 $400
#179 Kick Off BLY 1976 $326
#182 Hi-Lo Ace BLY 1973-10 $415
#183 Wizard BLY 1975 $1,250
#184 Fun Cruise BLY 1966 $196
#186 Fireball BLY 1972-02 $1,926
#187 Fireball BLY 1972-02 $1,926
#189 King Rex BLY 1970 $825
#190 Galahad BLY 1970-02 $206
#191 Lady Robin Hood GTB 1948 $1,225
#193 Blue Bird $199
#194 Bally Melody BLY 1948 $800
#195 Twin Joker (Bingo) BLY 1972 $325
#196 USA BLY 1958 $128
#202 Beach Queens BLY 1960 $600
#203 Amigo BLY 1974-05 $407
#206 Circus (BallY) BLY 1973-11 $450
#207 Sky Kings BLY 1974 $440
#208 Time Zone BLY 1973-05 $426
#209 Fun Cruise BLY 1966 $196
#211 Aladdin's Castle BLY 1976-06 $401
#213 Delta Queen BLY 1974 $376
#214 Hi-Lo Ace BLY 1973-10 $415
#215 Bowl-O BLY 1970 $244
#216 Night Rider (EM) BLY 1977 $510
#217 Flicker BLY 1975-01 $468
#219 Capt Fantastic BLY 1976 $1,225
#220 Champ (Bally) BLY 1974 $338
#227 Alive BRN 1978 $252
#230 Big Day BLY 1964 $395
#233 Gold Rush BLY 1966 $298
#240 Trio BLY 1965-11 $400
#246 Olympics CCM 1975-01 $221
#247 Jubilee WMS 1973 $308
#249 Hi Flyer CCM 1974-08 $244
#250 Darling WMS 1973-09 $280
#253 Action CCM 1969-09 $279
#257 Little Chief WMS 1975-12 $381
#262 Lady Luck WMS 1968 $473
#273 Fun Cruise BLY 1966 $196
#276 Flicker BLY 1975-01 $468
#280 Rocket III BLY 1967 $1,287
#284 Safari BLY 1968-05 $336
#287 Liberty Bell WMS 1977-04 $382
#299 Sea Ray BLY 1971 $379
#304 Hockey Champ CC $799
#305 Speed Bowler BLY $799
#306 Line Drive WMS 1972 $1,200
#307 Upper Deck WMS 1973 $1,450
#308 ?? BLY $799
#309 Multi River? $799
#310 Playboy UNT $799
#311 Targets BLY 1959 $800
#312 Pitch&Bat WMS 1966 $1,650
#313 Rapid Fire BLY $799
#314 Heavy Hitter BLY 1959 $1,050
#315 Big League WMS 1966 $1,475
#316 All Star Bowler BLY $799
#317 White Lightening MIDWAY $799
#318 Beauty BLY $499
#319 Goofy Hoops ROMSTAR $499
#320 Pinch Hitter WMS 1959 $2,450
#323 Sea Hunt Allied $799
#324 Spooksville Allied $799
#328 Tekken 3 video/pinball
#329 Pinball Action (video)
#330 Pit n Pendulum (arcade)
#331 Stop & Go (arcade)

Some of the prices for the indvidual machines are quite amusing. What sophisticated software package was used to determine these prices?

Funny thing is that I was in the silicon valley a few days ago and will be in Gene, Gene the Dancing Machine territory in a few days. All by car.

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#86 6 years ago

Hi, I am curious if anyone knows where I can get woodrail legs for a 1948 woodrail pinball machine.... if so, PLEASE email me, it would be greatly appreciated.... thank you in advance

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