OP: Has intermittent power. ..perhaps needs new power supply. .. model # 55-860224-2. ..MORE PHOTOS COMING
3 Photos of the manual for a 1979 Elvis Alive Brunswick Pinball Machine. None of the machine. How much would you pay?
Seller wants $2995.
Quoted from orangegsx:
Are you guys watching the guy that posted pacman with a blown out pf for 1700 and baby pac for 1500 go back and forth with another dude? Comedy. I didn't screen shot this guys first reply but it was more direct and comical.
It's a bit passive aggressive but how I feel looking at a lot of CL ads. The first ad I saw wasn't even selling anything. Just rebutting the other ad. I found it humorous.
Pacman pinballs go for around $600-$700, cheaper at a coin op auction or convention, even cheaper if they have a severely worn play field and offset flippers from not being serviced. Not being serviced for a long time also means the coils are probably weak and the rubber is no longer up to par resulting in a slow game which is not very fun. They are one of the most readily available pinballs ever made with over 10,000 being produced. The game is not very fun and only scores a 6.3 overall. It is not kid friendly as it has a video mode pacman maze which is hard for children to understand. Not to mention the lights burn out often making it almost impossible for even adults to complete. Check the archived sales list on pinside and you will see that most were listed for $200-$700. I suggest giving pinball warehouse a call. They can give great advice, offer service, have good prices, and most importantly... they go through and shop the entire machine so you know it will play perfectly.
Fairly certain he doesn't have one to sell at $200. Last time he posted something similar, it got flagged and removed. I'm still enjoying watching it play out in my email alerts.
Bally Kick Off Pinball Machine 1977 - $5000 (Chicago)
Vintage 1977 Pinball Machine. In great condition, kept in smoke free, animal free home. One of a kind collectors item.
Not a lot to go on here on Pinside, but I think this might be priced a bit high.
The two people that bothered to rate it did give low to mid 7's.
Pinball Machine - $16000
Gottlieb Target Pool
Only 2425 of these were made in June of 1969! Estimated only a hundred or so still in full playable condition and this is one of them!!! Serious buyers only!
Even if that is an extra zero, I'm still guessing no one is paying that either.
Quoted from Navy_AT1:
ebay.com link » Supreme Pinball Machine Picture
Anyone want a picture of a pinball machine for $1000 with $40 shipping?
That link is NSFW. Item is listed in the Art category. I scrolled down to see what info was in the listing and, as there wasn't much, came across the links for other items people viewed along with this Supreme Pinball Photo auction. Needless to say, there were strategically placed stars on the photos.
I have a very nice Spider-Man pinball for sale it's in great shape works 100 percent.It comes from a smoke free home playfield is in great shape as you can tell from picture. I have to sell fast that's the reason for low price Nooo Low Balling
$3500 for Spider-Man. First photo shows the backglass for a Stern. Second photo, i.e. the playfield, is a Spider-man toy version. Someone is getting a great deal or a terrible deal.
The Jetsons pinball machine is an action packed, easy to learn, full featured pinball machine for the whole family! Only 100 total machines (including only 25 with the purple trim) were produced making it one of the most rare machines. Including the futuristic architecture of Orbit City, this exciting game will make you feel like you're playing right along side George and the family. Take a break from the early 21st century and jump right in to 2062 with The Jetsons pinball machine by Spooky Pinball.
$6799 or best offer. It is listed as $6499 on their website because they still have it in stock. I can see why this company has received some bad press recently.
Quoted from Mikala:
So how much for the triple strike? Since your a newbie and don’t want to identify where your from.
Wasn't my ad. Just surprised how long Craigslist left it up. I'm not at that point of passive aggressiveness with Craigslist posters. Assume it went with this ad.
Nice playing Williams Triple Strike pinball machine. Everything works. New rubber, new ball, new flipper bushings, new flipper EOS switches. Backglass has some minor flaking but presentable and has been sealed to prevent future loss of paint. 2 pricing tiers on this one. If you want to know what the minimum I will take is...that amount is ***$540***. If you would rather send several messages back and forth "negotiating" my asking price is $750 and you can talk me down to ***$540***. In garage for quick and easy loading. Feel free to text me anytime day or night.
Well, it's never been listed on Pinside, so this could be the market price for it. Right? So what if it doesn't keep score.
I mean, surely the OP did a google search and came up with that number instead of a bunch of threads saying that they forgot the decimal point.
I can't find this one in the database. I didn't even know that Joola made pinball tables.
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