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NIB Jurassic Park unboxing video!!


By shakenbake

1 year ago



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#2 1 year ago

Meh not worth the wait!!! I kid I kid!

#3 1 year ago

Thank you for sharing. This is cool.

#4 1 year ago

Very cool! Thanks for sharing

#5 1 year ago

That was cool! As a big JP fan this would have been like seeing the dinosaurs roaming the earth scene in the first movie. Just not something you see, ever.

#6 1 year ago

Pinside price says top value of $2900... I’ll give you at least that!!

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#7 1 year ago

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Finally!!

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#8 1 year ago

Ha, a 1993 game had better toys than 2018 Sterns

#9 1 year ago

This machine has a deep sentimental value for me. I will own one again someday!

#10 1 year ago

thank you. cool to see. I love the poster the best!

#11 1 year ago

Super cool... thanks for the video

#12 1 year ago

I had no idea that there were alternate slingshot plastics, I need to find the other color now. Best use of a shaker motor ever!

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#13 1 year ago

....Zero Plays since 1993

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#14 1 year ago

...what no legs?

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#15 1 year ago

Wantdataeast and his imamaculate sense of humour strikes again!

#16 1 year ago

Id love to make that call Stern. "Yea so I just got my nib JP, and its got no legs, overnight please!!!

#17 1 year ago

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in all serious, thank you, very cool find and thanks for sharing!

#18 1 year ago

The legs were in the top of the box.

#19 1 year ago

I can't believe I just spent 40 minutes watching that video... but I did! Thanks for actually opening this thing up and filming it, most people in possession of this I bet would have left it in the box or not filmed it and shared that was pretty great.

#20 1 year ago

really awesome, any idea what jurassic park went for new??

#21 1 year ago
Quoted from dondon4720:

really awesome, any idea what jurassic park went for new??

My guess would be around $2500

#22 1 year ago

Adjusted for inflation....

2500$ in 1993 = 4346$ in 2019

#23 1 year ago

Just finished watching game looks great congrats on a successfully unboxing !

#24 1 year ago

Great video, thanks for sharing! Very cool seeing how a new Data East game game from the factory and was packaged. Game looks perfect.

#25 1 year ago

I watched it all. Very intriguing to see. Not gonna lie, I cringed about 5 times during the video when you manhandled the play field in and out. Banging the metal together oy!

What a find. Congrats

#26 1 year ago
Quoted from Beechwood:

I watched it all. Very intriguing to see. Not gonna lie, I cringed about 5 times during the video when you manhandled the play field in and out. Banging the metal together oy!
What a find. Congrats

Lol me too, I kept waiting for the whole pin to tip backwards and fall when the backbox was lifted, with how far forward that pindolly was.
I’ll be making a trip to hamilton to check out your place OP!

#27 1 year ago
Quoted from mrm_4:

Lol me too, I kept waiting for the whole pin to tip backwards and fall when the backbox was lifted, with how far forward that pindolly was.
I’ll be making a trip to hamilton to check out your place OP!

Well that would have sucked but could’ve made for good TV

#28 1 year ago
Quoted from Beechwood:

I watched it all. Very intriguing to see. Not gonna lie, I cringed about 5 times during the video when you manhandled the play field in and out. Banging the metal together oy!
What a find. Congrats

I always lift from the back. I've got short arms and it's a PITA but I've never been able to just force it to go.

#30 1 year ago

wow... that was cool
Thanks!

#32 1 year ago

That was really cool to watch. What a find, and no issues!!!

#33 1 year ago

So cool!!! Thanks for the video. The one i have is a low play machine and like new but not a zero play. Enjoy the game!!!

#34 1 year ago

So many little details that I've never seen like the wrench for the gun and the cardboard shield above the coinbox. Would like to ask was there any mylar installed on the playfield or included in the manual bag?

#35 1 year ago

Out of curiosity, what size was that poster?

#36 1 year ago

That’s bad ass! Original everything and topper included for the low price of $2500. Talk about a trip through time. I bought one used back in 2012 and I thought mine was in good shape. This is pristine.

#37 1 year ago
Quoted from Asmig:

So many little details that I've never seen like the wrench for the gun and the cardboard shield above the coinbox. Would like to ask was there any mylar installed on the playfield or included in the manual bag?

Mylar is factory installed on this one.

#38 1 year ago

Wow that was really cool and a historical nugget for YouTube! Great stuff!!! Thanks for sharing!!!

#39 1 year ago

What is that bowling game?

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#40 1 year ago
Quoted from yuriijos:

That’s bad ass! Original everything and topper included for the low price of $2500. Talk about a trip through time. I bought one used back in 2012 and I thought mine was in good shape. This is pristine.

More like $3500 I think?

#41 1 year ago

Thanks for sharing your experience, awesome video! I wonder if it came from a distributor that was not able to sell it and complained that Data East’s(Stern) price was too high($2,500) originally? LOL

#42 1 year ago
Quoted from ItsOnlyPinball:

Thanks for sharing your experience, awesome video! I wonder if it came from a distributor that was not able to sell it and complained that Data East’s(Stern) price was too high($2,500) originally? LOL

The other/first thread has the backstory.

#43 1 year ago
Quoted from CrazyLevi:

More like $3500 I think?

Actually, George Gomez said that $3,300 was the price for Williams SWE1 Pinball 2000, which was the highest price they had ever charged. Data East we’re always lower priced than Bally/Williams in the 90’s also...

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#45 1 year ago
Quoted from gliebig:

What is that bowling game?

1999 Pro Striker. Pneumatic controlled duckpin!

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#46 1 year ago

Has to be one of my favorite unboxing, EVER!

Thanks for sharing!

#47 1 year ago
Quoted from shakenbake:

1999 Pro Striker. Pneumatic controlled duckpin!
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I need that. lol. Need the extra practice during the week for my duckpin league.

#48 1 year ago
Quoted from gliebig:

I need that. lol. Need the extra practice during the week for my duckpin league.

I’ve been searching for one for a long time. Just found it last week!

#49 1 year ago

Great video, very fun to watch.

#50 1 year ago

Super fun watch.. I just got my JP about a month ago.. it sure as hell didn't come like that

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