(Topic ID: 277460)

King Tut Value

By Pinphila

1 year ago



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#1 1 year ago

My neighbor is selling a King Tut. Had it for years. Pretty nice shape. I realize it’s a rare game. Anytime have any thoughts on price?

#2 1 year ago
Quoted from Pinphila:

My neighbor is selling a King Tut. Had it for years. Pretty nice shape. I realize it’s a rare game. Anytime have any thoughts on price?

Same price as any as-is hasn't been serviced in decades average EM, $200-600. It's a VERY "nothing special and ugly" Bally EM.

Be VERY sure the score motor clutch isn't broken. I don't know if anybody has come up with a fix yet but game is basically useless if that's not intact.

#3 1 year ago

I thought King Rex was the rare one? I've also heard there are parts that are unobtainium for this game.

#4 1 year ago

i just saw one of these for the first time like 3 months ago. Unique art package.

#5 1 year ago
Quoted from CrazyLevi:

Same price as any as-is hasn't been serviced in decades average EM, $200-600. It's a VERY "nothing special and ugly" Bally EM.
Be VERY sure the score motor clutch isn't broken. I don't know if anybody has come up with a fix yet but game is basically useless if that's not intact.

Yeh, thats my worry. I told him that. The game works great now. I see guys have tried to make it with a 3d printer but I doubt it would hold up.

#6 1 year ago

They made 800 King Tuts, and 275 King Rex (which is the add a ball version) The both games are useless if the clutch is broken, no other games used this set-up that I know of. Either one worth about 600 in nice condition, working

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