I don't see anything wrong with this market ad, or the seller.
How is a person that does not read the forum a tool?
Thousands lurk, but NEVER post, due to PinSide shenanigans drama.
Many of the most experienced members in the pinball hobby, rarely post for this exact reason.
If they do, post number in many cases is very low.
Ad wording is specific, photos are detailed, large, and clear, and price is negotiable as stated, which is more than I can say for most half arsed ads on Ebay, CL, PinSide, and every other sale, broker, or consignment website on the internet.
Backglass looks good, cabinet is average, playfield is well above average for age, plastics excellent.
If it legitimate (and truthful) it will probably sell, at whatever price.
Exactly how many games do you have anyway that look like this after 40 years?
Maybe all of your EMs, maybe none.
It does not make a new member who posts once an "a$$ hat", especially if they are very direct upfront for a market.
The machine is still available for sale in some manner, or would you rather it be on Ebay or PinSide as an Ebay announcement?