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PATZ Auction Results


By Underspin

5 years ago



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#1 5 years ago

Haunted house lower playfield: no sale
Haunted house main playfield: $25
Royal flush playfield: no sale
Meteor playfield: $20
Centaur playfield: $30
Black hole lower playfield: $10
Bally target pitch and bat part: $5
Air aces playfield: $25
Dracula populated playfield: no sale
Robocop playfield: no sale
Bride of pinbot playfield: no sale
Freddy nightmare elm street playfield: no sale
World Cup soccer playfield: $150
Sintar playfield: no sale
High speed playfield: $40
Judge dread playfield: no sale
Black knight 2000 playfield: no sale
Whirlwind populated playfield: no sale
Dr who populated playfield: no sale
Road show playfield: $45
Nitro ground shaker head: $15
Contact playfield: $35
Shadow populated playfield: no sale
Whitewater playfield: no sale
Signed PATZ artwork framed: $200
Magic backglass: $15
Flash backlass: $10
Time warp backglass: $5
Hyperball backglass: $20
United supreme bowler backglass: $10
Tri zone backglass: $10
Firepower backglass: $15
2001 backglass: $60
Aztec backglass: $45
Smart jet backglass: $50
Big casino backglass: $30
Super star backlass: $60
Mars god of war backglass: $65
Jungle ??? backglass: $40
Big Shot backglass: $40
Big Indian backglass: $35
Gold ball backglass: $50
Captain card backlass: $35
Fireball classic backlass: $50
Super six plus II dart game monitor messed up: $70
Valley cougar darts: $20
Big Shot pinball powers on, white cabinet: $250
1956 gladiator pinball working project: $100
Locked and loaded video game, works: $50
Solar warrior video game, works: $50
Johnny Nero Action Hero cabinet: $10
Aquarius pinball, works: $250
Street Fighter Two pinball, works, new display: no sale
Pachinko machine balls included: $40
Sure Shot pinball, works: no sale
Laser Ball pinball, works: $375
Solar Ride parts/project pinball: no sale
Raven pinball, works, sound issues: $475
Dark stalkers video game, works: no sale
Multi cocktails 60/1: no sale
Area 51 video game, works: $350
Flash pinball project (x3): $150, $130, $100
Black sheep squadron pinball, works: no sale
Baywatch pinball, works: $1550
60/1 cocktail (x2): $800, $750
Jr Pacman video game, works: $150
Pacman vid, works: no sale
Gundomania video: no sale
Comet pinball, works: $800
Mars God of War pinball, works: $550
Playboy pinball, works, no sound: no sale
King Rock pinball, works: no sale

#2 5 years ago

Was there a reserve on the Gondomania cab? I was thinking about picking that one up. Did it go back to Pincades?

#3 5 years ago

My 6 year old son is still bummed that I didn't bid higher on the Raven. Out of all of the machines at the show, Raven was - by far - his favorite Now he REALLY wants one.

#4 5 years ago

Thanks for posting this!

#5 5 years ago
Quoted from tbmi:

My 6 year old son is still bummed that I didn't bid higher on the Raven. Out of all of the machines at the show, Raven was - by far - his favorite Now he REALLY wants one.

Yeah that was my Raven. Glad your son dug it. They're around, and not that expensive...

#6 5 years ago

Thanks for posting the results. I sadly did not end up buying my first pin this weekend, but playing a ton of great ones and scoring a really nice empty arcade cab for $10 is pretty sweet. Buyers and sellers all seemed really cool and laid back, wish all auctions were like that.

#7 5 years ago

I wonder why the King Rock was no sale? I take it there was a reserve.

#8 5 years ago

All no sales had a reserve. I think King Rock missed the reserve by $100 but don't quote me

#9 5 years ago
Quoted from Underspin:

All no sales had a reserve. I think King Rock missed the reserve by $100 but don't quote me

Hah!

#10 5 years ago

I was thinking of offering the seller $100.00 for it prior to the auction. They had "trickle down theory" pricing when it was on the show floor. The backglass had touchups that looked like a twelve year old attempted and the match lights stayed on through the game. It did not move properly either.

#11 5 years ago

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A few pics. of the auction and some of the items sold.
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#12 5 years ago

I was the only bidder on the King Rock, and my initial bid was $200. I believe the reserve was set at $425, and I wasn't willing to go anywhere near that price. As another posted here, the backglass was pretty rough. I did enjoy the auction and I think John did a great job!

#13 5 years ago

Those three Flash machines were basically the seller cleaning out his garbage can. Pre-auction price was $250.. each or all three for $600.00 which was $300.00 too high.

#14 5 years ago

John always does a great job at the auction and it's super fun. I walked in towards the end of it. That Baywatch sure looked like a pretty sweet grab at $1500 if that King Rock was $425!

#15 5 years ago

What was the reserve on the bk2k playfield ?

#16 5 years ago
Quoted from Underspin:

Locked and loaded video game, works: $50

I hope whoever picked this up is going to restore it back to a Robotron. That is all I was thinking about when I saw this game on the floor on Friday. Unfortunately, I couldn't get back on Saturday for the auction. Sounds like there were definitely deals to be had.

Quoted from Underspin:

Firepower backglass: $15

Hopefully this had tons of flaking as I'd be kicking myself if I missed out on a real deal there.

Does anybody know if that Paperboy that was on the floor sold? I kept eyeballing that all Friday night as well.

#17 5 years ago

The paper boy was not sold. Eric didn't take it to the auction. I played it a few times, it played great !
I am sure it is still available if you are interested ?

Lots of folks here know Eric A. if you want to contact him regarding the Paper Boy ?

Brian

#18 5 years ago

Seeing that Robotron 2084 turned into another video game really hurts......

#19 5 years ago
Quoted from chad:

Seeing that Robotron 2084 turned into another video game really hurts......

Williams actually sold a conversion kit. I believe it was Irem's Moon Patrol. An early JAMMA style board & power supply that replaced the Williams exploding power supply IIRC.

#20 5 years ago

what the heck is PATZ, and where was this?

#21 5 years ago

never mind I figured it out, Michigan...

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#22 5 years ago

Just wanted to thank everyone that helped out with the auction. Ron, Matt, Marcus, Ken, Phil, Mike, Pete and of course my wonderful wife SuAnn. Couldn't have done it without all of you pulling it all together. We had 80 items this year which I think is a record. I'm happy the way it went this year, much more then last year and judging from the response during the auction it looks I've been booked to do it again next year. Thanks again everyone !!

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

#23 5 years ago
Quoted from suave84:

Was there a reserve on the Gondomania cab? I was thinking about picking that one up. Did it go back to Pincades?

I bought it for "The Arcade" in Brighton. Made a deal after the auction.

Parker

#24 5 years ago

Thanks John, great auction! I always get games every year!

#25 5 years ago
Quoted from Dayhuff:

Just wanted to thank everyone that helped out with the auction. Ron, Matt, Marcus, Ken, Phil, Mike, Pete and of course my wonderful wife SuAnn. Couldn't have done it without all of you pulling it all together. We had 80 items this year which I think is a record. I'm happy the way it went this year, much more then last year and judging from the response during the auction it looks I've been booked to do it again next year. Thanks again everyone !!
John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

Thanks for doing the Auction! I have both bought and sold things over the years and it really adds to the show, IMO. This year bought 1 item in the auction and 3 items after the auction that did meet reserve.

Parker

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#27 5 years ago

I haven't been to the show in a few years, but this is the way to do it. It's much, much, much better than the old super auctions. The guys do a nice job, very clear and honest. If they 1500 for a baywatch I guess I should start bringing games down there. Todd Scott

#28 5 years ago

I was there only on Friday and played a Laser Ball that day and actually kinda liked it. I don't think it had a for sale sign on it or if it did it must have been priced high enough I didn't think about it. Does anyone know if it was the same Laser Ball or if another came in on Saturday? I think from now on I will only come on Saturday. Looks like John did a great job!

#29 5 years ago

It was the same Laser Ball. The owner did not decide to sell it until Saturday when a $600 price tag was posted on it

#30 5 years ago

Now I'm disappointed that I could not get back to the show Sat.
If the new owner of Laser ball wants to flip it, drop me a line.

#31 5 years ago

Well thats too bad cause if it had been for sale friday i would have made him an offer. Not $600 but much more than he got. Oh well!

#32 5 years ago

Thanks John for the auction. Glad to see some of the pins sell.

#33 5 years ago

That Laser Ball was well worth the cash
NFS
(Also that Baywatch was in superb condition with led kit, nice cab/of, and had mirrored sides?)
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#34 5 years ago
Quoted from Barron:

That Baywatch sure looked like a pretty sweet grab at $1500 if that King Rock was $425!

I sold the Baywatch. It was in awesome shape. I hope the gentleman who won it has a real good time with it. Pinwow, it didn't have mirrored edges, but Xavier from Rock Custom Pinball put real nice baby blue decals along it that really went well with the theme. He also did the LED's and under-cabinet lighting.

#35 5 years ago

Looked real nice, just like Rodney's black sheep...... Unfortunately I didn't get time to play the Baywatch, I was occupied the whole time. I would always walk by it and see it sparkle.

#36 5 years ago
Quoted from Chrizg:

What was the reserve on the bk2k playfield ?

400. I tried to buy it for less after the auction...no dice.

-c

#37 5 years ago

that $10 cab was mine (johnny nero) and it had coin doors, complete jamma wire harness, back door, marquee, bezel etc and it was mint. it was a very rare (only like 50 made) dedicated johnny nero (not a kitted game). i was away when it sold. $10 was just ridiculous but i hope you get good use of it. it was a buyers market indeed.

""Thanks for posting the results. I sadly did not end up buying my first pin this weekend, but playing a ton of great ones and scoring a really nice empty arcade cab for $10 is pretty sweet. Buyers and sellers all seemed really cool and laid back, wish all auctions were like that""

#38 5 years ago

those flash pins were well worth more than what they brought. cabs were fine (not water damaged or gauged up or broken wood) (one painted back thow), 2 nice back glasses and all 3 playfields were fine. if those were in ohio at ohio show they would have brought much more. beat projects even bring money at ohio show. just different market of attendees. one coin door was bare too, who cares. they can be had off of any williams.

#39 5 years ago

PS; thanks to john for taking his time to do the auction, thats who the real hero in the scenario is, esp with no fees between seller/buyer and no fees to him. having a pinball show, tournament, auction or any related so so so much is involved prior, during and after. those of you who have not taken part in any of the above have no idea.

#40 5 years ago
Quoted from silver_spinner:

PS; thanks to john for taking his time to do the auction, thats who the real hero in the scenario is, esp with no fees between seller/buyer and no fees to him. having a pinball show, tournament, auction or any related so so so much is involved prior, during and after. those of you who have not taken part in any of the above have no idea.

I agree, John did a great job. I can't imagine how much work went into it.

#41 5 years ago
Quoted from neutrino:

I hope whoever picked this up is going to restore it back to a Robotron. That is all I was thinking about when I saw this game on the floor on Friday. Unfortunately, I couldn't get back on Saturday for the auction. Sounds like there were definitely deals to be had.

I was looking at that for a while, but honestly it was so water-damaged that it wasn't worth the $50. Going to take a lot of work to restore and frankly not really worth it.

#42 5 years ago
Quoted from silver_spinner:

PS; thanks to john for taking his time to do the auction, thats who the real hero in the scenario is, esp with no fees between seller/buyer and no fees to him. having a pinball show, tournament, auction or any related so so so much is involved prior, during and after. those of you who have not taken part in any of the above have no idea.

John is a Michigan pinball superhero: always happy to talk pins, dispense advice and his pricing is spot on fair when he sells. That he does the auction with no self serving motive is testament to his character. I've known him for a slim six years and he probably only knows me by face, but I consider him a pinball ally. One of the true "good guys" in this hobby.

#43 5 years ago
Quoted from Pinwow:

That Laser Ball was well worth the cash
NFS
(Also that Baywatch was in superb condition with led kit, nice cab/of, and had mirrored sides?)

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Laser Ball was a great buy. Almost as good as the Big Shot for $250!

#44 5 years ago

IMO Someone way overpaid for that Big shot, the cabinet was beat to death and painted white, the Back glass was roached with lots of missing paint and flaking, the playfield had several wear spots and it did not even start up !

Where I come from that was a $100.00 parts game. but to each their own, If the Buyer was happy that is all that maters.

Below was the Auction deal of the Day. A 1956 working wood rail . price paid $100.00 now that is a deal.

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#45 5 years ago

It kept titling. Gladiators booted..... The big shot was working (fully
I think) worth $250 in parts.

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#46 5 years ago
Quoted from Barron:

John always does a great job at the auction and it's super fun. I walked in towards the end of it. That Baywatch sure looked like a pretty sweet grab at $1500 if that King Rock was $425!

baywatch is not a sweet grab at $1500. Your hard pressed to even sell one that looks like it just came out of the box for $1400. Most baywatches if rough are $700 and nice players are $1000-1200 tops. Mint $1300-1400, and even then it will take you 6 months to move it, I know from experience.

#47 5 years ago
Quoted from CaptainNeo:

Baywatch is not a sweet grab at $1500. Your hard pressed to even sell one that looks like it just came out of the box for $1400. Most baywatches if rough are $700 and nice players are $1000-1200 tops. Mint $1300-1400, and even then it will take you 6 months to move it, I know from experience.

Damn dude, in every thread? Really?

#48 5 years ago
Quoted from CaptainNeo:

Baywatch is not a sweet grab at $1500. Your hard pressed to even sell one that looks like it just came out of the box for $1400. Most baywatches if rough are $700 and nice players are $1000-1200 tops. Mint $1300-1400, and even then it will take you 6 months to move it, I know from experience.

Must be location. I think a mint Baywatch sold for close to $3k out here.

#49 5 years ago
Quoted from Jvspin:

Must be location. I think a mint Baywatch sold for close to $3k out here.

"Prices slightly higher West of the Rockies".

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#50 5 years ago
Quoted from Jvspin:

Must be location. I think a mint Baywatch sold for close to $3k out here.

that's insane. I helped a friend sell one here that looked like it just came out of the box for $1400 and took 3 months to move it.

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