Quoted from Ericc123:
Appraised at $3,000 but asking $2,200 for a quick sale.
Must be the same appraiser that the Pawn Stars use.
Quoted from pinzrfun:
I was there last Sunday on 50% off day, so it was only $1500.00....
I offered them half of that, but "$1500.00 is the lowest we can go". Some of the family members were there (parent passed away) so if it didnt sell, one of the kids was taking it. I'm guessing one of the kids got it.
Even at 750 I think it's over priced.
Not crazy priced like some of the games here, but you need to appreciate the amount of plays this game must have had in its life.
I didnt see the game in person. Unless that's brown paint that was spilled on the playfield, I will need to say no. Novus will not clean it up.
Quoted from cmack750:
Talk the seller down to $750 and hardtop it. Looks like most of the sanding is already done.
I thought about it. Its not a game I would keep and I would never get my money back. Just a whole lot of work. If it was something I wanted I absolutely would have done that.
In all fairness, it is on legs. I'm sure we have all past on one of these because it wasn't on legs.
Quoted from mjs2:
Lot of people taking a $6500-8500 hit since these retailed for 12-14k in 2003.[quoted image]
Wow that's crazy. I was selling Simpsons PP for $4595 plus tax new. I thought I was high on price back then. The thought that some one would have paid 12k makes me think I was too cheap.
For all you youngsters out there, tspp MSRP was about $3395.
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