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Lethal Weapon 3 spotted at pawn shop in Lancaster, PA

By brucipher

6 years ago

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#1 6 years ago

Hey everyone,

A friend of mine spotted a LW3 at a pawn shop in Lancaster, PA. It is a pawn shop on King Street...I am guessing it is Pawn Plus. I don't know much about the machine, but he said they were asking $1200 for it. Attached is the picture he sent me.

Just thought I would pass this on! It is nice to have friends who are looking out for me .


#2 6 years ago

Playfield looks minty

I would say buy it because it's cheap and a well-made game. OKOKOKOKOKOKOKOK

#3 6 years ago

from the one pic, it does look in pretty good shape.

#4 6 years ago

I am not really interested in the game...but thought I would pass it along in case someone else is . The pic does make it look pretty nice, but hard to tell for certain.

It's a pawn shop, so I thinking someone could maybe talk them down in price, too.

If someone here gets it keep me posted .

#5 6 years ago

Def doesn't look bad from the one pic. With being a pawn shop, I'm sure one could easily bring 10 benjamins in there and walk that thing out, which could be a pretty nice deal for a DMD pin.

#6 6 years ago

That one is actually on ebay as we speak.

ebay.com link » Lethal Weapon 3 Pinball Machine By Data East Gibson Glover Pesci

#7 6 years ago

I saw that earlier- and knew it was this one mentioned in the thread!!

I am dying to know what they "paid" for it.... HA

#8 6 years ago
Quoted from pinnaf:

I am dying to know what they "paid" for it.... HA

Since they have no reserve on the auction, I'm guessing not much

#9 6 years ago
Quoted from pinnaf:

I am dying to know what they "paid" for it.... HA

No matter what you see on TV, the general pawn shop rule is to never **loan** more than $500 for an item, no mater how much it is worth.

On TV you see guys haggling over $40,000 for Christopher Columbus' compass, but in real life you bring in a mint Snap-on toolchest, and the very most they will loan you is $500. You come back a few weeks latter and find that to get the chest out of hock is $900 with the fees and interest.

Same thing if you bring in a Harley, 1962 Stratocaster guitar, or an AR-15.

You don't get to haggle.

That pinball was probably loaned against $300.


#10 6 years ago

the playfield looks nice.. allthough the kickback standup which appears on picture a round green target should have been an rectangular light blue target originally..

plus the rotating light beacon on top of the game is removed!

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