(Topic ID: 49384)

FS: Williams Grand Prix

By Foo

6 years ago

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#1 6 years ago

Selling my Williams Grand Prix. Other games are coming in, so looking for some space. I started shopping it out, but didn't quite finish. I'd say it's about 90% done. Complete playfield tear down. Novus and 2 coats of wax. New ring kit installed. All posts cleaned. Cabinet cleaned inside and out. Cleaned all the motor contacts....most under the pf. Plays but needs some tweaking. Has a really nice backglass. No broken plastics. I have the correct legs as well (not in photos). $600. Located just north of Milwaukee. Zip 53086. PM me if interested. Thanks.

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#3 6 years ago

yes it is...

why can't a nice one pop up within a hundred miles or so of me?


#4 6 years ago

Thanks guys. Space is always tight and something has to be at the end of the list.... BUT... I may consider a trade towards a solid state machine. I'll just get the shoe horn out.

#5 6 years ago

FYI, your Photobucket album is private.

Wonderful machine, one of the last Williams EMs. I'd love to have one in my collection someday.

#6 6 years ago

Ok... fixed the link. Sorry about that.

The "new" and "improved" Photobucket that was forced upon us stinks.

#7 6 years ago

Nice price on this game. Saw it in person last week, nice condition. One of the better EMs out there.

#8 6 years ago

Weekend bump...

#9 6 years ago

This was THE first pinball I ever played was when I was little. If I were closer, I would have already handed you my cash. bummed

#10 6 years ago

I love that pin.

Picked up a bare playfield at pinfest for $10!

goin' up on the wall...


#11 6 years ago

Sold pending pick up. Thanks

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#12 6 years ago

May I ask what the sales price was?

#13 6 years ago

Yeah, fine example of a great game. On a lot of them the red in the bg is all faded out.

Nailing those spinners is the funnest part.

#14 6 years ago



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