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NIB SM or collector quality AFM?


By gweempose

9 years ago



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#3 9 years ago

You know I'm gonna say SM as I ordered one...

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#28 9 years ago

I love my Blue Spidey I got from Mike at GAP. It is such a fun game to play. I would say Go for the spidey and another game for the same price. 2 better than one. Of coarse I paid more than that for my restored MB and I am thrilled with it and glad to own such an pristine MB. I am even considering searching out a restored MM but now we are really talking $15k...... Will Mr. Pinball Australia really sell us new ones? Time will tell....

#31 9 years ago

No. I have emailed them about it. I think I posted this somewhere on here a few weeks back. They are not taking anymore deposits but, they plan on making extras and selling them once the ordered machines are done. He said $10k-$12k each. I guess they are loosing money on the pre orders and plan to sell some to get some of the money back. High-end restores for MM are up to $15k - $16K + according to a couple of inquiries I have made. Wow. That is a new car... lol

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