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Magic Girl Ebay Auction Contest


By vdojaq

2 years ago



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#1 2 years ago

ebay.com link » Magic Girl Pinball Machine Nib

Lets have some fun with this, so here we go!

Person who guesses to closest to the actual final price on Ebay for the Magic Girl wins a wonderful trophy. The only benchmark we have is what Special K paid for his Magic Girl, $23,000. There have been rumors of a couple more changing hands for higher, but who knows.

Rules are only one guess per person/Pinside Acct. and the final guess will be shut off 30 minutes prior to auction close, Monday May 1st at 1:11pm, central time.

Trophy will have a special message for the winner!

Happy guessing!

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Contest is null and void if the seller ends the auction early. Participation may vary. Check with your state for rules and regulations. No purchase necessary.

#2 2 years ago

I will make the 1st guess, $24,858.00

#3 2 years ago

We do all realize that this game is likely to be bid up by current owners, let's say one in particular, that would probably do something like this in order to raise the apparent value of their machine. With no obligation to actually pay at conclusion of the auction. The person could even create fake ebay accounts sort of like they have done with multiple pinside accounts over the years. Just saying this is not likely to be a great assessment of the market is my guess.

#4 2 years ago

$33,668.00

LTG : )

#6 2 years ago

$36426.50

--Jeff

#9 2 years ago

$27,100

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#10 2 years ago

$19,501

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#11 2 years ago

My guess is that it will be sold to an undisclosed buyer before the auction ends for an undisclosed price.

#12 2 years ago
Quoted from DennisDodel:

My guess is that it will be sold to an undisclosed buyer before the auction ends for an undisclosed price.

If I were selling it that is what I would do. I'd be too concerned the auction winner would back out of payment. Already there seem to be a lot of bids by people that aren't really interested/serious in owning the game based on the comments in the other thread, they are just bidding to say they were on the bid list.

#13 2 years ago

$21,000

#15 2 years ago

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#16 2 years ago
Quoted from CaptainNeo:

LOL, trophy is the best.

It's real too! Winner get's it!

#18 2 years ago

Dang it I want to buy a Magic Girl and then blow it up above ground with nuclear weapons. On live television.

#20 2 years ago

$25001. My guess though!

#21 2 years ago

14,500

#22 2 years ago

$29,227.00

#23 2 years ago
Quoted from DennisDodel:

My guess is that it will be sold to an undisclosed buyer before the auction ends for an undisclosed price.

and here is the winner!!!

How long before Chicago Gaming or someone else jumps on these and makes them??? It's actually a neat looking machine!

#24 2 years ago

$19,381

#25 2 years ago

$19,382

Edit: Just kidding. Don't want to be a dick. $19,757.45 is my real guess.

#26 2 years ago
Quoted from meSz:

and here is the winner!!!
How long before Chicago Gaming or someone else jumps on these and makes them??? It's actually a neat looking machine!

If they do, it would be RAZA or AIW. There will be no more MG's.

#27 2 years ago

Fifty Bucks

#28 2 years ago

$45,000

#29 2 years ago

$17,550, Bob!

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#31 2 years ago
Quoted from meSz:

How long before Chicago Gaming or someone else jumps on these and makes them???

Considering it's history, I bid never Bob.

I suspect reputable companies wouldn't touch that at all. Not to mention try to clean it up so it works and balls can get to places they were intended.

LTG : )

#32 2 years ago

My guess is about $20000 more than it's worth.

#33 2 years ago

$42k seems reasonable for an art box with blinking lights.

#34 2 years ago
Quoted from Lame33:

$42k seems reasonable for an art box with blinking lights.

Well these days it does.

#35 2 years ago

$18750.

#36 2 years ago

28,785

#37 2 years ago

$16,220

#38 2 years ago

Man, Wives never get a break in this hobby do they?

"With that little commentary out of the way I am selling this to divest my wife's interest and put the whole saga behind me. "

#40 2 years ago

$19995

#41 2 years ago

$25,585

#42 2 years ago

$34,550

#43 2 years ago

$21250.00

#45 2 years ago

$24,600

#46 2 years ago

I didn't even know Popapuke even finished one of these, how many were built?

and what did he sell them for NIB to the public ?

#47 2 years ago

171,880,925 schrute bucks.

#48 2 years ago

$23,017.00

#49 2 years ago
Quoted from gliebig:

171,880,925 schrute bucks.

There aren't enough thumbs up in the world for this post.

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