Quoted from Quadrat:
Was this at Pin a go-go?
I played a nice one there that had the LED lights and Black Eye Ball Pinballs.
Don't remember seeing the Color Changing Cabinet LED?
Too many great games there that I played
Yes it was! I usually set the LED to blue on the Demolition Man but it can color change with a click of the remote. Same with the Dirty Harry that was there. I was happy to see this posting of a high score on my Demolition Man from MOTO_CAT
Quoted from Rarehero:
Nah, I don't like that game. But HOLY JEEZE is that what they're really selling for now? A few years ago you couldn't give them away for $1400.
I know scasey in San Jose https://pinside.com/pinball/community/pinsiders/scasey/market sold a lesser condition Dirty Harry for around $3500.
Quoted from Paul_from_Gilroy:
I got that DH from a guy in Brentwood for $1700 in July 2012. After 1-1/2 years I sold it to a guy in San Mateo for $2100 (December 2013, just in time for Christmas). At that point, it had an improved sub (Pyramid brand, I think), Treasure Cove backboard decal, new buildings, Mike Chestnut chromed gun handle, laser sight, new plastics... it was very nice. It had no LEDs (well, maybe it had two or three strategically-placed ones), no mirror blades, no cop car mod. It's great to see folks taking good care of iconic games like this one (instead of just letting them deteriorate).
Wow, that's crazy that Mike Chestnut chromed the gun! I just read he passed away and looked at all the awesome restores he did.
I'm thrilled to know the history of this Dirty Harry pin. This pinball shouldn't be for sale, my offer threshold just went up. I sent a paint pen and the lower left bumper "Feel lucky punk?" plastic to get signed by Clint Eastwood but ended up with a signed stock photo.
Indiana Jones is worth well over $5K ?
Maybe interested in trade?
What a waste of key strokes!
Quoted from Dr-Willy:
So you have two pinside accounts????
Quoted from Dr-Willy:
Seems like same person as calipinball24?
I'm Eric / SLeRiC
Anyone interested in a shopped players RoboCop?
New display, restored speaker panel, black powdered coated armor and legs. Cabinet is worn and playfield has far left drain lane paint wear. Couple palstics missing edges.
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