(Topic ID: 88640)

FS - MM - Medieval Madness *** Sold


By jeffspinballpalace

5 years ago



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#1 5 years ago

Medieval Madness - $10.5K - Excellent Condition. Game is in Atlanta and not looking for trades. Game has been Sold.

Playfield was cleared by Chad Keller. If you are familiar with his work, then you know what you will be getting, for all others there are pictures of the playfield prior to installing. Playfield had no wear to and looks more stunning now. Cabinet has been restored with purple decals and has cabinet protectors added. Mirror brass plated hardware includes - side rails, lockdown bar, hinges, legs plus bolts, apron & plunger. Habitrails were replated in mirror brass and following items are brass colored - flippers, flipper buttons and mirror blades. Game was disassembled and all parts were tumbled. This pin has new ramps and plastics. Shaker motor and pinbits controller were added.

Lots of mods. Translucent lightning bolt backboard with flashers. Trolls have lighted led eyes as does Dragon (tied to damsel flasher). Animated catapult light mod. Cold Cathode custom green light mod added to make the mote glow. Spotlights were added to playfield - (2) on castle and (2) on dragon. PDI non-glare glass, Insert leds’s and target decals. Cliffy’s added to protect ramps and Merlin hole. Translite was autographed by designer Brian Eddy and artist John Youssi at ’98 Expo.

A link to pics - https://www.flickr.com/photos/35913658@N06/sets/72157644253218311/

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#2 5 years ago

Wow! What a beauty!
GLWS

#3 5 years ago

Is it wrong to be turned on a little bit right now?
Cause that shooter lane is SEXY TIME!

#4 5 years ago
Quoted from Sarge:

Is it wrong to be turned on a little bit right now?

Not at all, I've got a stiffy right now myself

#5 5 years ago

Looks like a beauty at a great price. This would have been a 15k+ game 12 months ago.

GLWTS!

#6 5 years ago

Looks sharp. GLWS

#7 5 years ago

That is a very fair price for a game that had some top quality work done for it. If I was looking for an original, this would be it.

#8 5 years ago

Any chance that you're coming to Allentown?

#10 5 years ago
Quoted from CookyJar:

Any chance that you're coming to Allentown?

Not coming to Allentown but if you were to buy now there may be enough time to coordinate a ride for it. link to pics has been added.

#11 5 years ago

Wow! Somebody looks to be getting a beauty, GLWTS!

#12 5 years ago

PM sent.

#13 5 years ago
Quoted from Kevin_LHeureux:

Looks like a beauty at a great price. This would have been a 15k+ game 12 months ago.
GLWTS!

more like 6-7 months ago.

#14 5 years ago

Beautiful MM!!

#15 5 years ago

jeff's a great guy. hope this goes to a good home.

-jon

#16 5 years ago
Quoted from RobT:

more like 6-7 months ago.

Probably. I got 20k for the MM I restored about 9 months ago.

#17 5 years ago
Quoted from Kevin_LHeureux:

Probably. I got 20k for the MM I restored about 9 months ago.

#18 5 years ago
Quoted from Kevin_LHeureux:

Probably. I got 20k for the MM I restored about 9 months ago.

I wonder if the buyer ever played it or if it just sits there

#19 5 years ago

Wow that's one clean ass shouter lane!

#20 5 years ago
Quoted from Rarehero:

I wonder if the buyer ever played it or if it just sits there

I heard he hung himself after finding out about MMr and his blowing of $12k.

#21 5 years ago
Quoted from Pimp77:

I heard he hung himself after finding out about MMr and his blowing of $12k.

Wouldn't say blowing 12k.. I will go out on a limb and say that Kevin's restored MM was most likely
A fair bit sweeter then a NIB MMr (not 12k sweeter but sweeter none the less)

Que gun analogy now:
Like comparing a Colt .45acp to an ED Brown custom both are sweet but the Ed Brown
Takes it to another level.

Bump for the OP glwts

#22 5 years ago
Quoted from Concretehardt:

Wouldn't say blowing 12k.. I will go out on a limb and say that Kevin's restored MM was most likely
A fair bit sweeter then a NIB MMr (not 12k sweeter but sweeter none the less)
Que gun analogy now:
Like comparing a Colt .45acp to an ED Brown custom both are sweet but the Ed Brown
Takes it to another level.
Bump for the OP glwts

I gave you a thumbs up not for only agreeing with you about Kevin's MM being sweeter than a NIB MMr, but also for your Ed Brown analogy.

#24 5 years ago
Quoted from RobT:

I gave you a thumbs up not for only agreeing with you about Kevin's MM being sweeter than a NIB MMr, but also for your Ed Brown analogy.

I sure liked it. I had the ramps 18 karat gold plated and Bill Davis playfield among other things. Granted gold was cheap when I had them done. It was complete coincidence having sold it 3 months before the MMr announcement. The guy that bought it isn't worried about losing a few grand as he flies around in his Gulfstream 5 believe me.

Personally I have invested a LOT more than that and have had my ass handed to me. I would have been lucky to have had that kind of "misfortune".

Rare played it many times. He like it too.

OP, congrats on the sale!

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