People are trying to make 'it comes with all the original boards' a selling point.
Thus far, I haven't seen any interest among buyers to pay a premium for a pinball with all the same serial number stickers on the boards.
It's FAR more about (first and foremost) availability. They want the machine they want, and as long as it's a Stranger Things Premium with the UV kit installed, they aren't asking to see if the serial numbers match on the node boards.
Or they want a Kiss Bally pinball.
There was another thread about this and somebody said something that I agree with. If it's an 80's Bally/Williams/Stern, I value the machine HIGHER the fewer original boards it has in it!
I've had people mention that the Funhouse pinball they are selling has 'all original boards'. This is absolutely not a selling point when you are selling to me for machines this age. I don't care if it's got replacement parts, I care if it's working all the way and the condition is good.
Older? I want FEWER original boards.
Mid-old (90's pins)? I don't care, nor have I seen anyone interested in paying a premium for all original identical serial number boards.
New pins? Nobody has asked for this, nor have I seen anybody care.
Finally, if you have modded the pinball, I don't care how much you spent. I'm interested in a 'bare bones' pinball price. The $750 or $2000 you spent on modding means nothing to me and I'm not going to pay you for that.
And I'm probably going to pull your clown puke LED kit and all your mods off as I prep your machine for resale.