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#5951 1 year ago

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Royal Guard / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: January 1968
Production: 2,900
Cost: $400 OBO
Location: Omaha, NE
Contact/Link: omaha.craigslist.org link
Condition: "...may need a little work to get going---not a parts machine; everything there; was working when stored about 10 years ago. Have three other pinball machines available."

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#5952 1 year ago

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Monte Carlo / SS
Year: February 1987
Production: 4,315
Cost: $500
Location: Menasha, WI
Pinsider: pinball-1
Link: https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/ad/54181
OP: PLease read entire ad before contacting me (your question might be answered!)

#5953 1 year ago

Here you go and this is a BARGIN! Friendship 7 $10.00

rochester.craigslist.org link

Selling 1962 Williams electronics friendship 7 pinball machine. Looks like it would clean up really nice. Does not work, never tired. All wiring looks intact. Not sure what it's really worth. Shoot me a message with an offer. Looks like it would be a great little project for the right person.
Has a full box of extras, bumpers, rubbers and coin mech. Has some original paperwork, the schematics were partly a casualty to mice.
Best offer,
Looking for cash but I'd hear out any trades, atv, 4 wheeler, quad mini bike go kart even if it needs a little work

#5954 1 year ago

Chance for a great score Pecos... this is a game is on my wishlist, but in your backyard.

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Surf Champ / EM 4 Player
Month/Year: August 1976
Production: 10,070
Cost: $350
Location: Tucson, AZ
Pinsider: Leef
Contact/Link: https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/ad/54161

#5955 1 year ago

Manufacturer: Stern
Game/Type: Stars / SS 4 Player
Year: March 1978
Production: 5,127
Cost: $702
Location: New York, NY 10001
Pinsider: CrazyLevi
Link/Contact: https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/ad/54136

#5956 1 year ago

New worst backglass here:

sfbay.craigslist.org link

$100.00 but it looks better than nothing.

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#5957 1 year ago
Quoted from Pecos:

Nic's favorite:
Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: Big Ben / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: April 1975
Production: 2,900
Cost: $350
Location: Davenport, IA
Contact/Link: quadcities.craigslist.org link
Condition: "...in great condition"

I played a Big Ben when Nic was in town for EM class at the Chicago Street Pinball Arcade in Joliet-Ill

Nic is right......what a bore to play......

#5958 1 year ago


Quoted from Captive_Ball:Chance for a great score Pecos... this is a game is on my wishlist, but in your backyard.
Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Surf Champ / EM 4 Player
Month/Year: August 1976
Production: 10,070
Cost: $350
Location: Tucson, AZ
Pinsider: Leef
Contact/Link: https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/ad/54161

Wow! Nice price. Nice find. Thanks for thinking of me Captive_Ball. I have four Gottlieb EMs and not a one of them is working. Unfortunately, I am out of space and smackers so will have to pass unless you want me to pick it up and hold it for you.
Here is another:
Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Flip a Card / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: March 1970
Production: 1,800
Cost: $250
Location: Glendale (Phoenix), AZ
Contact/Link: phoenix.craigslist.org link
Condition: "Semi Working Wedge Head Pinball Machine. Needs work but complete.
Cabinet and Back Glass have flaking.
Playfield in pretty good condition."

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#5959 1 year ago
Quoted from Grayman_EM:

New worst backglass here:

Ha ha! You'll have to do a darned sight better to beat the worst backglass seen here.

There was this beauty:

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And then I remember this Chicago Coin Dolphin that had a lot more glass than ink:

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Sad to see a Pointy People Pin backglass in such shape. Your Gulfstream backglass earns you a highly desirable 'Honorable Mention.' Congratulations!

#5960 1 year ago
Quoted from Grayman_EM:

New worst backglass here:
sfbay.craigslist.org link
$100.00 but it looks better than nothing.

"Bikini Island edition"

#5961 1 year ago

Manufacturer: Premier/Gottlieb
Game/Type: World Challenge Soccer / DMD System 3, 4 Player
Month/Year: February 1994
Production: 1,470
Cost: $700
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Contact/Link: lasvegas.craigslist.org link

Condition: Playfield glass appears to be broken. OP: "... works lights sound in great condition"

#5962 1 year ago

Pinball + car driving game.
Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: Pat Hand / EM 4 Player
Month/Year: May 1975
Production: 6,500
Cost: $600 for both
Location: Plainfield (Indianapolis), IN
Contact/Link: indianapolis.craigslist.org link
Driving game is Cruis'n. OP: "1970s pat hat pinball works good and a driving game that has a new monitor and other new parts but it still does not work right."

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#5963 1 year ago


Quoted from Grayman_EM:This lot includes the following machines. The pinball machines have not yet been tested. I will eventually test them all, but I wanted to get the word out in case someone wants to check them out before I go through them. I am open to offers on individual pinball machines. Feel free to ask any questions, but I am not too familiar with pinball machines in general. They are all in a very accessible garage. Sold as is. I can help load them. Thanks for looking!!
Price $2,200.00
X's & O's
Cybernaught
8 Ball
Gotlieb's Dragon
Space Gambler
Diamond Lady *top portion not present*
Williams World Cup 1978

Update:
Cybernaught $800
Gotlieb's Dragon $180
Space Gambler $220
X's & O's $275 (SOLD)
8 Ball $200 (SOLD)
Diamond Lady $200 (SOLD)
Williams World Cup 1978 $200 (SOLD)
cincinnati.craigslist.org link

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#5964 1 year ago

Manufacturer: Fascination Int. Inc.
Game/Type: The Entertainer / SS Cocktail 2 Player
Month/Year: September 1977
Production: Unknown
Cost: $200
Location: Kentwood (Grand Rapids), MI
Contact/Link: grandrapids.craigslist.org link
Condition: "It does light up but needs a couple items repaired. You will see 2 boxes of extra items to have this fully functional."

Added 22 months ago: **This posting has been deleted by its author.**

#5965 1 year ago

Rare Pin? No ratings on IPDB.
Manufacturer: Allied Leisure
Game/Type: Hoe Down / SS 4 Player
Month/Year: March 1978
Production: Unknown
Cost: $175
Location: Traverse City, MI
Contact/Link: nmi.craigslist.org link
Condition: "This solid state pinball machine looks like maybe it survived a house fire, but worked when I put put in storage in 1995. Backglass has some flaking (~10%?), playfield is clean, but the cabinet has been (artistically?) repainted, as shown and the front door is bent. Needs new rubber kit (~$15), one flipper coil (~$12), and the top glass. Definitely a bit of a project that I don't have time to complete. Maybe you can."

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#5966 1 year ago

Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: Grand Prix / EM 4 Player
Month/Year: December 1976
Production: 10,554
Cost: $400
Location: Biloxi, MS
Contact/Link: gulfport.craigslist.org link
Condition: "The machine is in great condition, but it does not play. Please don't ask what needs to be repaired because I do not know, this is why it is very cheap. My wife wants it out the way so it's gotta go ASAP."

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#5967 1 year ago


Quoted from Pecos:Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Torch / SS System 1, 4 Player
Month/Year: February 1980
Production: 3,880
Cost: $500
Location: Forked River, NJ
Contact/Link: southjersey.craigslist.org link
Condition: "NEEDS WORK"

Price reduced from $500 to $325 - cnj.craigslist.org link

Added 22 months ago: **Sold to songofsixpence!! Congrats!!**

#5968 1 year ago

Manufacturer: Bally
Game/Type: Star Trek / SS AS-2518-35, 4 Player
Month/Year:January 1978
Production: 16,842
Cost: $325
Location: Forked River, NJ
Contact/Link: jerseyshore.craigslist.org link
Condition: "needs work no glass"

Added 22 months ago: **This posting has been deleted by its author.**

#5969 1 year ago
Quoted from Captive_Ball:

Chance for a great score Pecos... this is a game is on my wishlist, but in your backyard.

I took a closer look at this Project Pin. What's wrong with this picture - besides the missing spinner?

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Hint: Notice that one of the right plastics is missing.

Easily fixed, but still?!?!

Yeah, I'm looking at it. Can't resist the temptation! Too tempting!

#5970 1 year ago
Quoted from Pecos:

I took a closer look at this Project Pin. What's wrong with this picture - besides the missing spinner?

Hint: Notice that one of the right plastics is missing.
Easily fixed, but still?!?!
Yeah, I'm looking at it. Can't resist the temptation! Too tempting!

Looks like they added a post to block each out lane. Idiots! Not an easy fix. This is what it should look like.

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#5971 1 year ago
Quoted from Grayman_EM:

New worst backglass here:

And I bought it tonight.
I was after the cabinet, which was good enough to salvage for my own projects but far enough gone for me to be ok with using it.
The question now is, what do I do with the guts of an EM that looks to be mostly intact? I'm tempted to cobble together a clear cabinet to make a "visible pinball" machine. Thoughts?

#5972 1 year ago
Quoted from Pecos:

Ha ha! You'll have to do a darned sight better to beat the worst backglass seen here.
Sad to see a Pointy People Pin backglass in such shape. Your Gulfstream backglass earns you a highly desirable 'Honorable Mention.' Congratulations!

Not mine it's ThatOneDude is picking it up. I just birddogged it.

Quoted from NicoVolta:

"Bikini Island edition"

That Dolphin looks like they purposely scratched it off???

Quoted from Pecos:

Wow! Nice price. Nice find. Thanks for thinking of me Captive_Ball. I have four Gottlieb EMs and not a one of them is working. Unfortunately, I am out of space and smackers so will have to pass unless you want me to pick it up and hold it for you.
Here is another:
Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Flip a Card / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: March 1970
Production: 1,800
Cost: $250
Location: Glendale (Phoenix), AZ
Contact/Link: phoenix.craigslist.org link
Condition: "Semi Working Wedge Head Pinball Machine. Needs work but complete.
Cabinet and Back Glass have flaking.
Playfield in pretty good condition."

Pecos why are all the good pins in AZ or Las Vegas? Would love that but to far away.

If you build it, it would be great looking!

#5973 1 year ago
Quoted from DennisDodel:

Looks like they added a post to block each out lane. Idiots! Not an easy fix. This is what it should look like.
Not sure why two photos showed up. How do I get rid of one?

I saw the added posts too, when I was instructed to look closer at the picture. Some people just don't like hard games....so, lets only have a chance to lose the ball down the middle

#5974 1 year ago

Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: Phoenix / SS 4 Player
Month/Year: November 1978
Production: 6,198
Cost: Buy It Now: $600 obo
Location: Fort Wayne, Indiana
Link/Contact: ebay.com link » Phoenix Pinball Machine With Extra Playfields

OP: Up for bid is a project Phoenix pinball machine with 2 extra playfields. Unit seems to boot but I can't get it to play a game. All my games are somewhat newer and can be set for free play. I don't believe you can set this machine for free play. You might need a new MPU down the road because it looks like some batteries leaked on the board. Winning bidder to come inspect the unit. If buyer is looking to have the unit shipped, buyer is buying as is with no returns. The buyer is responsible for shipping charges and arranging shipping. That's why I prefer local pickup so buyer can inspect the game. If you have any specific questions please email me through here or call me at 26zero 51five 585eight

#5975 1 year ago
Quoted from nascarrey:

I played a Big Ben when Nic was in town for EM class at the Chicago Street Pinball Arcade in Joliet-Ill
Nic is right......what a bore to play......

I played it when it first came out and yes it was not one of favorites. But does bring back memories of me young playing Big Ben pinball. Should they just be giving them away? Nic must love it when he has to work on one.

#5976 1 year ago
Quoted from Grayman_EM:

I played it when it first came out and yes it was not one of favorites. But does bring back memories of me young playing Big Ben pinball. Should they just be giving them away? Nic must love it when he has to work on one.

As long as I don't have to play it afterward, I'm good with the fixin's.

#5977 1 year ago
Quoted from Grayman_EM:

I played it when it first came out and yes it was not one of favorites. But does bring back memories of me young playing Big Ben pinball. Should they just be giving them away? Nic must love it when he has to work on one.

Not saying that BB or any pin should be given away.....just wasn't much fun.....that's probably why its on free play at the pinball arcade

#5978 1 year ago
Quoted from Grayman_EM:

I played it when it first came out and yes it was not one of favorites. But does bring back memories of me young playing Big Ben pinball. Should they just be giving them away? Nic must love it when he has to work on one.

In honor of this posting I'll offer up this fully shopped example for $300

New elastics, ball and scoring motor, fully tuned up.

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#5979 1 year ago
Quoted from gdonovan:

In honor of this posting I'll offer up this fully shopped example for $300
New elastics, ball and scoring motor, fully tuned up.

You're.. not comin' to York, are you?

#5980 1 year ago
Quoted from gdonovan:

In honor of this posting I'll offer up this fully shopped example for $300
New elastics, ball and scoring motor, fully tuned up.

I'll bet that if nicovolta signs the apron you can charge a premium.

#5981 1 year ago
Quoted from Coyote:

You're.. not comin' to York, are you?

Afraid not this year.

#5982 1 year ago
Quoted from nascarrey:

Not saying that BB or any pin should be given away.....just wasn't much fun.....that's probably why its on free play at the pinball arcade

Yes, I think Kordek must have phoned that one in while on vacation! Either that, or he over ordered single drop target assemblies for the build of Star Pool. Certainly NOT one of his better efforts.

#5983 1 year ago
Quoted from bluespin:

I'll bet that if nicovolta signs the apron you can charge a premium.

ROFL! I shall not denigrate my signature thusly. But for $300, that's about the best example I've ever seen for fully tuned & working.

Maybe good for class project material?

#5984 1 year ago

Yep, I done dunnit. I just couldn't resist the temptation! The backglass is near perfect and the playfield has only one dime sized wear-to-the-wood spot. The cabinet will need some major mending - not sure how I will handle that yet. It's nice when you pick up a Project Pin that has the backbox door, the front door lock key and the coin box! I'm really looking forward to getting this up and working.

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Thanks to Captive_Ball for posting this here in the Project Pin thread. And thanks to Leef for a smooth and friendly transaction.

#5985 1 year ago
Quoted from Pecos:

Yep, I done dunnit. I just couldn't resist the temptation! The backglass is near perfect and the playfield has only one dime sized wear-to-the-wood spot. The cabinet will need some major mending - not sure how I will handle that yet. It's nice when you pick up a Project Pin that has the backbox door, the front door lock key and the coin box! I'm really looking forward to getting this up and working.

Thanks to Captive_Ball for posting this here in the Project Pin thread. And thanks to Leef for a smooth and friendly transaction.

You made a nice buy. It will not take much to repair those two extra post holes that were drilled and that just looks lie a super nice super clean play field. Cabinets are not all that hard to come up with a solution.

#5986 1 year ago
Quoted from Coyote:

You're.. not comin' to York, are you?

I might just- If your serious drop me an PM so we could arrange details.

There is a pin down in the York area I'm interested in but not worth the trip alone (in truth a bit overpriced for condition, but I'm stubborn at times) if I could bring a few pins.. then it would be worth it.

Anyone interested in fully tuned up Full House or Spirit of '76? $400 each or interested in 60's Ballys in trade, delivered to York. I'm losing my rear on both, the Spirit in particular so can't offer further discount on the price.

Gary

Edit- Also have an Orbit, $300. Works good but skips player 2 and 4.

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#5987 1 year ago
Quoted from Pecos:

Yep, I done dunnit. I just couldn't resist the temptation! The backglass is near perfect and the playfield has only one dime sized wear-to-the-wood spot. The cabinet will need some major mending - not sure how I will handle that yet. It's nice when you pick up a Project Pin that has the backbox door, the front door lock key and the coin box! I'm really looking forward to getting this up and working.

Sweet score! Congratulations.

#5988 1 year ago
Quoted from gdonovan:

In honor of this posting I'll offer up this fully shopped example for $300
New elastics, ball and scoring motor, fully tuned up.

GDonovan I'll take it along with the Orbit for what did I say $375.00? When can you deliver them here to me in Indiana? Maybe you can get Nic to look at that Orbit for me? By the way I have seen more Orbits here with problems than I want to.

Quoted from gdonovan:

Anyone interested in fully tuned up Full House or Spirit of '76? $400 each or interested in 60's Ballys in trade, delivered to York. I'm losing my rear on both, the Spirit in particular so can't offer further discount on the price.
Gary

Is that flaking or just the flash on that Spirit picture? I would on both if they had no issues to deal with and you made all four pins for say $1,200.00?

#5989 1 year ago
Quoted from Grayman_EM:

GDonovan I'll take it along with the Orbit for what did I say $375.00? When can you deliver them here to me in Indiana? Maybe you can get Nic to look at that Orbit for me? By the way I have seen more Orbits here with problems than I want to.

Is that flaking or just the flash on that Spirit picture? I would on both if they had no issues to deal with and you made all four pins for say $1,200.00?

1) My wife said no trips to Indiana, sorry!

2) Pics of Spirit of '76 can be found here-

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/spirit-of-76-tough-but-going-to-try-and-saveer

3) I would not sell them for $300 each as a package, I'm fairly sure if I dropped the price to $300 each on the local CL (where they are listed for $500-$600 each) they would be gone inside a few days and I would not have to load and deliver them to York.

The price above is the price above of which I'm already losing money and generously offering to Pinside members. The price for Big Ben was offered half in jest but I'll stand behind it.

#5990 1 year ago

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Volcano / SS Widebody 4 Player
Month/Year: September 1981
Production: 3,655
Cost: $800 FIRM
Location: Louisville, KY
Pinsider: CoreyStup
Link/Contact: https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/ad/38634

#5991 1 year ago
Quoted from gdonovan:

1) My wife said no trips to Indiana, sorry!
2) Pics of Spirit of '76 can be found here-
https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/spirit-of-76-tough-but-going-to-try-and-saveer

I did find another Orbit where the guy put a switch in to make it a one player game because he had problems with the other players on the machine. I still think you should get Nic to look at it.

Just wish I was closer or you were. I see lots of great deals in Jersey and around there.

#5992 1 year ago
Quoted from Grayman_EM:

I did find another Orbit where the guy put a switch in to make it a one player game because he had problems with the other players on the machine.

That was mine.

I have a few Ballys and Williams I'm in the process of restoring and just don't have the time to devote to working on the Orbit further.

#5993 1 year ago

Wow gdonovan lots of work put into that Spirit of '76. $400 is crazy cheap for all that effort!

I've got a Bally Expressway and Grand Tour up for trade or sale. Looking for either? PM if you'd like to discuss... cheers & keep up the good work.

#5994 1 year ago
Quoted from gdonovan:

In honor of this posting I'll offer up this fully shopped example for $300
New elastics, ball and scoring motor, fully tuned up.

Before I departed with my Big Ben, I had to capture a pic of the sticker that was attached to it:
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I can only think that this machine kept the residents calm, as they were just lulled into a sense of boredom the longer they played.....

#5995 1 year ago
Quoted from Grayman_EM:

GDonovan I'll take it along with the Orbit for what did I say $375.00? When can you deliver them here to me in Indiana? Maybe you can get Nic to look at that Orbit for me? By the way I have seen more Orbits here with problems than I want to.

Is that flaking or just the flash on that Spirit picture? I would on both if they had no issues to deal with and you made all four pins for say $1,200.00?

Nic just worked on an Orbit a few weeks ago.........lol

#5996 1 year ago
Quoted from NicoVolta:

Wow gdonovan lots of work put into that Spirit of '76. $400 is crazy cheap for all that effort!
I've got a Bally Expressway and Grand Tour up for trade or sale. Looking for either? PM if you'd like to discuss... cheers & keep up the good work.

Yup, crazy amount of work on that one! Glad I could bring it back though and the experience was good practice. Someone will get a great playing machine and it will continue on.. Pity we just seem to not like games with drop targets.

Gary

#5997 1 year ago
Quoted from gdonovan:

Pity we just seem to not like games with drop targets.

I usually find them to be REALLY fun for a short time.

#5998 1 year ago
Quoted from dfrazer:

Before I departed with my Big Ben, I had to capture a pic of the sticker that was attached to it:

I can only think that this machine kept the residents calm, as they were just lulled into a sense of boredom the longer they played.....

Love that sticker, please leave it! That's hilarious!!!
Probably the most interesting thing about that game :b

#5999 1 year ago
Quoted from Captive_Ball:

Sweet score! Congratulations.

Thank you Captive_Ball. If you ever find yourself in Tucson driving an empty pin hauler and Surf Champ is still on your wish list, look me up.

Quoted from cottonm4:

It will not take much to repair those two extra post holes that were drilled and that just looks lie a super nice super clean play field.

Someone had put three extra posts smack dab in the middle of the Double-Up pin playfield I restored. I never could figure out the purpose since they seemed to be blocking access to the top of the playfield. The biggest problem with these extraneous posts is that, when removed, they leave a nice clean and unfaded ink spot around an area with 'patina.' These spots stand out like a sore thumb, or should I say a clean thumb.

Quoted from cottonm4:

Cabinets are not all that hard to come up with a solution.

It looks like this cabinet sat in an inch or two of water. It came from New Orleans so it is possible that it is a Katrina survivor. You just never know. I am considering removing the bottom panel, cutting off one to two inches of the bottom of the cabinet and then gluing and nailing the bottom panel back into place with wood blocks. Some of the wooden corner pieces are cracked. I am hoping that I can glue those and the cabinet corners back together. I'm not a cabinet maker so it should be an adventure, meaning it will take ten times longer than it should take!

Quoted from NicoVolta:

As long as I don't have to play it afterward, I'm good with the fixin's.

I can attest to this. Nic fixed the pop bumper relay on my Big Ben in about 30 seconds flat!

Quoted from gdonovan:

In honor of this posting I'll offer up this fully shopped example for $300

Gary, I am taking your $300 Big Ben challenge and will be selling mine for $300 or less. It's not as nice as yours but I might already have a taker. I hate to sell it, but something has to give here at Pecos' Palatial Pinball Parlour.

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Quoted from Grayman_EM:

Pecos why are all the good pins in AZ or Las Vegas?

Beats me Grayman_EM. Perhaps they heed the advice of those who tell them "Go West young pin! Go West!!"

#6000 1 year ago
Quoted from Pecos:

Some of the wooden corner pieces are cracked. I am hoping that I can glue those and the cabinet corners back together. I'm not a cabinet maker so it should be an adventure, meaning it will take ten times longer than it should take!

I recently bought a table saw. I have some extra wood laying around. I could cut you some new corner pieces to about any size you would need. You would have to pay the shipping. I'm guessing all of the piece you would need would fit in the smallest USPS priority box for around 6 dollars.

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