No. I questioned $2,100 as a price for a game that might need board work. Since I answered the question myself, I think you can assume it was rhetorical.
Quoted from jrivelli:
That isn't how you phrased your response though. You were questioning if $2,100 was even what they were going for.
I literally say $2,100 is what some examples would sell for, but not broken.
I appreciate your opinion, but what does that have to do with the price of the game?
Also, I've owned Congo.
Not sure if this statement is silly or sarcastic? You must be the David Koresh of Congo pinball.
Quoted from Squeakman:
but many are coming around to my way of thinking these days.