If you could add 5 pins to your gameroom at no cost, which would they be? Mine would be 1 - MB, 2-MM, 3-CC, 4-SM, 5-CV.
1-Bugs Bunny Birthday for my wife
2-Waterworld for my wife .
After , I could acquire 50 pins more without questions...
I'd save the rest of the money and put it towards a down payment on a new/bigger house so that i could fit more pins I'm already maxed out at 10 in my current house.
Originally posted by treveism:
The crazy thing is that MM has probably become even more collectible than BBB. Let's look at the numbers. A BBB recently sold for $12,101 on eBay. Three more of them were listed in the last five months on Mr. Pinball for $12,500, $11,750 and $16,000. The average price is roughly $13,000. Of course, we don't know how much the last three actually sold for, so let's knock down the average price to $12,000.
Pretty much every BBB out there is in like new condition, so in order to compare apples to apples, you have to look at how much a fully restored or NIB MM would go for in today's marketplace. I haven't shopped around, but I'm guessing there is no way you can buy one for less than $12,000.
Getting back to the original topic ... assuming that the pins were in mint condition and that I wasn't allowed to flip them, I would take:
Yeah it does seem as if MM is passing BBB in collectibility. One of my good friends sold a super nice MM a couple years ago for $6800. If he would have kept it, he could probably get around 9K for it now. Lucky for me, I got to play it a bunch when he had it, and grew a bit tired of it to the point that I don't think I'd ever want to own one.
And what machines for the mistress/girlfriend over in Bourges lb45 ? You know we won't tell
I'd get five MM machines. Then, back in reality, I would sell them all for $5k to $8 a pop and buy 25 to 50 older pinball machines. The first five of those would be aquatic themed EMs.
Williams Pot O Gold
the sixth would be Gottlieb Scuba.
Then I'd get bored of that theme and go for a new theme...like early SS fantasy themes...oh wait, that's what I already did. Ha!
Originally posted by LorenZ:
guns 'n' roses
Harem Cat? This must be a pretty obscure game. Not only have I never heard of it, but there isn't a single review of it on Pinside or IPDB.
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