(Topic ID: 273229)

Have a MMR LE Gold NIB


By elcolonel

6 months ago



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  • 27 posts
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  • Latest reply 5 months ago by elcolonel
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“Have a MMR LE Gold NIB”

  • Just sit on it till settled and make it part of collection 6 votes
    21%
  • Pull it out of box and play it 100 times then sell it 10 votes
    36%
  • End thread because people are grumpy and will trash your approach altogether 12 votes
    43%

(28 votes)

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#1 6 months ago

I have been sitting on an MMR LE Gold NIB, and probably time to cut loose, as now I am going in a different career direction and the final home that will house my pinball keepers is on hold. Message me if interested and we will talk. If sold to a pinsider I will donate the same amount as if I put a FS ad up. I am thinking $8800.00 but will listen to any prospective buyers. About an hour north of Atlanta up I-85. I may possibly trade for something if the numbers and logistics work.

#2 6 months ago

Lol how not to make money flipping pins...

Open it, play it and sell for 8k what it’s actually worth .

#3 6 months ago

Caveat here, in the next 3 months, I will be putting all current belongings(pinball is a minuscule part of my overall belongings) in a storage unit for several years. I have(God willing) 10 to 12 more good physical working years left, in this already abused body, so this diatribe is based on that premise.

#4 6 months ago

I may do that. I see you voted. I like you!

#5 6 months ago

Just a side note, my pin flipping, has made many others plenty of $ in the past 25 years....When I flip a pin it is the same philosophy as with any other business deals, churn and burn and a single or double, is much better than waiting for the homerun or even rarer triple.

#6 6 months ago

If you golf you may never get a hole in one, but ever more rare than that, is a double eagle. It is also referred to as an albatross, and the only way to achieve it is, to hole out on your second shot on a par 5.

#7 6 months ago
Quoted from elcolonel:

If you golf you may never get a hole in one, but ever more rare than that, is a double eagle. It is also referred to as an albatross, and the only way to achieve it is, to hole out on your second shot on a par 5.

I always been pleased with a par! Lol. GLWS

#8 6 months ago

LOL...I have been golfing for 35 years,casually and never practice, and my standard is breaking 90 from the blue tees. I can do that about 70% of the time. Yes par is good!

#9 6 months ago
Quoted from Yelobird:

I always been pleased with a par!

I miss golf. Pee on trees. Throw clubs. I was born to golf.

LTG : )

#10 6 months ago

Amen!

#11 6 months ago

Did you buy the discounted color chip for $200?

#12 6 months ago

Yep.

#13 6 months ago

I am fairly impatient, so I will probably open it, play it about 100 times and sell it then. In a couple of months, I will list it at 8k with the color chip, athough I have watched a box for several years now. As far as the people who voted to end the thread, I expected the overwhelming majority, to vote that way.

#14 6 months ago
Quoted from elcolonel:

I am fairly impatient, so I will probably open it, play it about 100 times and sell it then. In a couple of months, I will list it at 8k with the color chip, athough I have watched a box for several years now. As far as the people who voted to end the thread, I expected the overwhelming majority, to vote that way.

with the color chip your asking price isn't that far off

#15 6 months ago
Quoted from elcolonel:

I am fairly impatient, so I will probably open it, play it about 100 times and sell it then. In a couple of months, I will list it at 8k with the color chip, athough I have watched a box for several years now. As far as the people who voted to end the thread, I expected the overwhelming majority, to vote that way.

Really? You've been holding that game for 5 years.....thats the definition of patience

#16 6 months ago

If you knew me, and had to put a $ amount on this amount of patience, you would tag it at about 2 grand....lol...

#17 6 months ago

I will put it this way, if LTG golfed with me, he probably would not enjoy it. I like a 3 hour round of golf!

3 weeks later
#18 5 months ago

I will post as a F.S. ad tomorrow, but after just getting back from a 2 week out of state job, and coming to the realization that I will be out of state for the majority of the next 6 months, I am throwing the MMR LE Gold out there in the box, and I really need to go a combo deal with am Aerosmith Pro. It has been operated but is very clean and I could not find any mechanical flaws in the 6 or 7 games I played on it today. Left side of cabinet has a 1 scratch and what appears to be a small glue spot(should be able to see both in a picture), and it appears a slight amount of the S in the lock down bar script, has been worn. Pretty cool machine from the games I played. $13,500.00 for both. Last 2 pics of Aerosmith should show the left side cabinet scratch, the glue spot, and the worn S.

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#19 5 months ago

To answer the same question from 2 people, I have a Ghostbusters that is in storage, that I am keeping. Not getting out of the hobby, just will not be around the current house very much, and most probably will build myself a home, in another state.

#20 5 months ago

After getting up at 4:30 am(different issue entirely) and playing a game of Aerosmith, the flippers probably need to be rebuilt. I will be listing both games as for sale ads later today, and will try to locate my elusive stash of flipper rebuild parts.

#21 5 months ago

Was someone wrestling with that MM?? Might suggest opening it to find out if its still in one piece...

#22 5 months ago

Got into a dust up with a WWF Royal Rumble...
I am not opening it now, may if a legitimate buyer, makes it a condition of sale. There is plenty of extra space in the boxes.

#24 5 months ago

Thanks! No need keeping this thread going. I listed both and attached forum discussion.

#25 5 months ago
Quoted from elcolonel:

If you golf you may never get a hole in one, but ever more rare than that, is a double eagle. It is also referred to as an albatross, and the only way to achieve it is, to hole out on your second shot on a par 5.

Hole in one on a par four is a double eagle as well.

#26 5 months ago

https://golfweek.usatoday.com/2019/03/14/albatross-and-ace-the-players-championship-had-both-on-thursday/

Last years Players...has some funny stats at the end of the article. A Condor, is an ace on a par 5...

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#27 5 months ago

Pic to show that the pushed in portion of the box is below
(Technically, but looks above with verticle placement on pallet) the strapped down head box. I can feel the side and top protection from outside the box.

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