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#12101 76 days ago
Quoted from cottonm4:

Got to play a Wheel of Fortune yesterday. Nice playing pin. I would like to have one of these rare birds. But too far away.

How much?

#12102 76 days ago

Don’t know. You would have to call the estate seller.

#12103 74 days ago

Manufacturer: Bally
Game/Type: Bobby Orr's Power Play / SS
Month/Year: February 1977
Production: 13,750
Cost: $1,000 OBO
Seller: Justin Ruppert
Location: Fallston, MD
Link/Contact: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Pinball4sale/permalink/2662756613751121/?sale_post_id=2662756613751121&rt=11

OP:$1000obo, for sale a mostly working (the upper right flipper is finicky) Bobby Orr Bally Pinball. The game has an older Alltek replacement MPU in it. The game has not been gone thru. The backglass is near perfect for its age, the playfield has wear as shown. Pickup in Fallston,MD. No shipping and no trades at this time.

Me: In a separate page Justin says that he can deliver to the Allentown show if prepaid.

#12104 74 days ago

Manufacturer: Game Plan
Game/Type: Agents 777 / SS
Month/Year: November 1984
Production: 400 (!)
Cost: $585
Location: Hagerstown, MD
Seller: Coinop Amusements
Link/Contact: https://www.facebook.com/coinopamusement/posts/2168699436713429

OP: Complete but not working Game Plan Agents 777. Pretty rare games as less than 400 were made. Backglass has some lifting on the top. $585

#12105 74 days ago
Quoted from bluespin:

Manufacturer: Bally
Game/Type: Bobby Orr's Power Play / SS
Month/Year: February 1977
Production: 13,750
Cost: $1,000 OBO

Really? I have a client looking for one but not at those prices... Are they that sought after?

#12106 74 days ago
Quoted from Mk1Mod0:

Really? I have a client looking for one but not at those prices... Are they that sought after?

There is an "OBO" behind the price.

#12107 74 days ago
Quoted from Mk1Mod0:

Really? I have a client looking for one but not at those prices... Are they that sought after?

Take into consideration it's the northern edge of the DC/Baltimore area - we like our prices somewhat inflated up here!

-Rob
-visit http://www.kahr.us to get my daughterboard that helps fix WPC pinball resets or my pinball 2000 H+V video sync combiner kit

#12108 74 days ago
Quoted from Mk1Mod0:

Really? I have a client looking for one but not at those prices... Are they that sought after?

They sell quickly in the northeast and mid Atlantic for $1600-1800 fully working. They’re also sought after by Canadians

#12109 74 days ago
Quoted from bluespin:

They sell quickly in the northeast and mid Atlantic for $1600-1800 fully working. They’re also sought after by Canadians

...and Blackhawks fans because when you think Blackhawks, you think Bobby Orr.

#12110 74 days ago

Aaaaaaand I've been schooled! LOL

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#12111 74 days ago
Quoted from bluespin:

They sell quickly in the northeast and mid Atlantic for $1600-1800 fully working. They’re also sought after by Canadians

I got to play a Bobby Orr at TPF. Maybe it was not set up correctly; I’m not sure. But it was a slow playing snoozer for me. I played 2 balls and walked.

#12112 74 days ago
Quoted from cottonm4:

Maybe it was not set up correctly; I’m not sure.

It may not be the #1 game of the classic Bally's, but it should certainly play more like a classic Bally (read: faster, more challenging than that). I presume it needed some attention to get it playing the way it's supposed to.

It's a fun game, though one I've never wanted enough to add to my collection. Set up properly it can make for some good multiplayer, as i find a lot of other classics from the same generation do.

#12113 74 days ago
Quoted from cottonm4:

I got to play a Bobby Orr at TPF. Maybe it was not set up correctly; I’m not sure. But it was a slow playing snoozer for me. I played 2 balls and walked.

I'll let you play mine after I redo it. It'll wake you up.

#12114 74 days ago
Quoted from cottonm4:

I got to play a Bobby Orr at TPF. Maybe it was not set up correctly;

We played it. It needed work for sure. As he was packing it up I asked if it was for sale, flaky back glass and all, with LEDs and he said $1200. I said really? Yup. No thanks, and kept walking.

#12115 73 days ago

I would have snapped this up at 1200, if the backglass was perfect it would be much higher. Older Bally SS is desirable now/the price is higher especially with a Sports Theme that has a following.
Lifes too short waiting around trying to save a few bucks.

#12116 73 days ago
Quoted from phil-lee:

Older Bally SS is desirable now/the price is higher especially with a Sports Theme that has a following.
Lifes too short waiting around trying to save a few bucks.

Boy, that's for sure. Ten years ago I paid $300 for my Embryon, & $185 for Mr & Mrs pacman - both not working, but still....

#12117 73 days ago

Not mine, but I have seen this. Nice PF on this game. rmn.craigslist.org link

#12118 73 days ago
Quoted from Agent_Hero:

...and Blackhawks fans because when you think Blackhawks, you think Bobby Orr.

I grew up/live on the Quebec border of Vermont, Guy Gaudreau(Johnny "Mr. Hockey" Gaudreau's father) is from here, John LeClair played for a rival high school, I rooted for the Bruins growing up, but until I started collecting pins and saw a PowerPlay a couple of years ago, I'd totally forgot Orr went to the Blackhawks. 26 games is easy to forget.

#12119 73 days ago

Manufacturer: Stern
Game: Meteor
Production: 8362
Cost: $500
Location: Edmonds, WA
Link/Contact: seattle.craigslist.org link

OP: Missing solenoid driver board, and playfield is quite worn. I do not know the status of the other boards, hence selling as a project. Plastics and everything else seem to be in good shape. Backglass is in good shape. Other games in picture are not for sale.

#12120 73 days ago
Quoted from Agent_Hero:

...and Blackhawks fans because when you think Blackhawks, you think Bobby Orr.

Hahahaha!! Good one!!

#12122 73 days ago
Quoted from dasvis:

Boy, that's for sure. Ten years ago I paid $300 for my Embryon, & $185 for Mr & Mrs pacman - both not working, but still....

Mr. & Mrs. Pac-Man is still no more than a $500 game in working condition. I want one, but they’re a dime a dozen and total snore-fest. My Baby Pac needs parents.

#12123 73 days ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

Mr. & Mrs. Pac-Man is still no more than a $500 game in working condition. I want one, but they’re a dime a dozen and total snore-fest. My Baby Pac needs parents.

So you aren't interested in this one in my local CL for $1400? washingtondc.craigslist.org link

-Rob
-visit http://www.kahr.us to get my daughterboard that helps fix WPC pinball resets or my replacement LED Display Boards for model H and model S Skee Ball

#12124 73 days ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

Mr. & Mrs. Pac-Man is still no more than a $500 game in working condition. I want one, but they’re a dime a dozen and total snore-fest. My Baby Pac needs parents.

Agree, It's a turd... but was my 2nd pin & I learned a LOT getting it going. Currently in storage.

#12125 72 days ago

Manufacturer: Stern
Game/Type: Stampede / EM 2 Player
Month/Year: February 1977
Production: 1,100
Cost: $250
Location:
Seller: Tom Hintenach
Contact/Link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Pinball4sale/permalink/2665097076850408/?sale_post_id=2665097076850408&rt=11

OP: Stampede pinball by Stern .
This is a project machine for repair or parts.
Complete except for the lock bar and back door

#12126 72 days ago

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Buck Rogers / SS
Month/Year: January 1980
Production: 7,410
Cost: $600
Location: Rockaway, NJ
Seller: Christine Devito Sullivan
Link/Contact: https://www.facebook.com/groups/958426214184968/permalink/2584180258276214/?sale_post_id=2584180258276214&rt=11

OP: Pinball does power on. Has some backglass flaking but playfield has minimal wear. Will wrap and pallet free if buyer pays for Fastenal.

#12127 72 days ago

Looks like she has that Buck Rogers up on here for $525

#12128 72 days ago

eastnc.craigslist.org link
1977 Williams Big Deal $150, also two shuffle alleys

#12129 71 days ago
Quoted from Pinbee:

eastnc.craigslist.org link
1977 Williams Big Deal $150, also two shuffle alleys

Damn, I would take the whole lot if I were closer.... a LEP man's dream

#12130 71 days ago
Quoted from Pinbee:

eastnc.craigslist.org link
1977 Williams Big Deal $150, also two shuffle alleys

Big Deal is a fun em. Someone should grab that

#12131 71 days ago
Quoted from bluespin:

Big Deal is a fun em. Someone should grab that

Yeah, but per the seller, it has several electronic issues. Those are really hard to fix on EM games.

#12132 71 days ago
Quoted from Colsond3:

Yeah, but per the seller, it has several electronic issues. Those are really hard to fix on EM games.

Ya, but you can't beat that title for $150 given the completeness of the game. If I was closer, I'd pull the trigger, and working on EM games scares the heck out of me.

#12133 71 days ago
Quoted from Mathazar:

Ya, but you can't beat that title for $150 given the completeness of the game. If I was closer, I'd pull the trigger, and working on EM games scares the heck out of me.

Sent the link to my brother who lives out that way. Doubt he grabs it.

#12134 71 days ago

The big deal that has had some parts gutted for $75 is near me. Anyone want that and use it to make one working big deal?

#12135 71 days ago
Quoted from bluespin:

Big Deal is a fun em. Someone should grab that

I'll grab it if you stop tagging me with every Big Ben post, ya bastage!

I'll have to admit El Toro is probably worse than Big Ben, but at least the artwork looks a whole lot better!

#12136 71 days ago
Quoted from NicoVolta:

I'll grab it if you stop tagging me with every Big Ben post, ya bastage!
I'll have to admit El Toro is probably worse than Big Ben, but at least the artwork looks a whole lot better!

I agree to the terms of your surrender! Post pics of the game in you car by the end of the weekend or I'll also start tagging you on every El Toro and Bank-A-Ball that I see

#12138 70 days ago
Quoted from NicoVolta:

I'll grab it if you stop tagging me with every Big Ben post, ya bastage!
I'll have to admit El Toro is probably worse than Big Ben, but at least the artwork looks a whole lot better!

LMAO.....

Too funny!

#12139 70 days ago
Quoted from dasvis:

Agree, It's a turd... but was my 2nd pin & I learned a LOT getting it going. Currently in storage.

You would change your mind if you played one that was fully working and you actually played in a group of people that know how to play it. I had a gathering at my house about a month ago with 18 machines and it had the most plays by a landslide. People were waiting in lines to play it.

It's not a bad game but every single one you have played was likely a piece if crap, and not working correctly.

I only state that because I have played more than 10 of them over the last 15 years and the only one that was maintained properly, set up properly, and played correctly is the one that I own. It gets zero love among pinball people but who cares about those assholes?

If you think you do fully understand the game, answer these 5 simple questions:
what is your bonus multiplier at the start of the game (factory default settings)?
how much is an earned yellow maze space worth (including bonus)?
what does pacman say when you complete maze1? how about maze 2?
when do the lower 6 drop targets reset?

The game has an extremely interesting point strategy regarding risk/reward and is very heavy on bonus. If you answer these questions correctly and still think it's a turd, maybe you would like South Park and SFII instead.

#12140 70 days ago
Quoted from snyper2099:

You would change your mind if you played one that was fully working and you actually played in a group of people that know how to play it. I had a gathering at my house about a month ago with 18 machines and it had the most plays by a landslide. People were waiting in lines to play it.
It's not a bad game but every single one you have played was likely a piece if crap, and not working correctly.
I only state that because I have played more than 10 of them over the last 15 years and the only one that was maintained properly, set up properly, and played correctly is the one that I own. It gets zero love among pinball people but who cares about those assholes?
If you think you do fully understand the game, answer these 5 simple questions:
what is your bonus multiplier at the start of the game (factory default settings)?
how much is an earned yellow maze space worth (including bonus)?
what does pacman say when you complete maze1? how about maze 2?
when do the lower 6 drop targets reset?
The game has an extremely interesting point strategy regarding risk/reward and is very heavy on bonus. If you answer these questions correctly and still think it's a turd, maybe you would like South Park and SFII instead.

You’ve got me wanting one now anyone got one for sale?

#12141 70 days ago
Quoted from snyper2099:

You would change your mind if you played one that was fully working and you actually played in a group of people that know how to play it. I had a gathering at my house about a month ago with 18 machines and it had the most plays by a landslide. People were waiting in lines to play it.
It's not a bad game but every single one you have played was likely a piece if crap, and not working correctly.
I only state that because I have played more than 10 of them over the last 15 years and the only one that was maintained properly, set up properly, and played correctly is the one that I own. It gets zero love among pinball people but who cares about those assholes?
If you think you do fully understand the game, answer these 5 simple questions:
what is your bonus multiplier at the start of the game (factory default settings)?
how much is an earned yellow maze space worth (including bonus)?
what does pacman say when you complete maze1? how about maze 2?
when do the lower 6 drop targets reset?
The game has an extremely interesting point strategy regarding risk/reward and is very heavy on bonus. If you answer these questions correctly and still think it's a turd, maybe you would like South Park and SFII instead.

I think it’s interesting and unique which is why I wouldn’t mind getting a project for a few hundred, but the extreme start & stop nature of it (the maze) really ruins it for a lot of folks.
I would be interested in playing yours though, now you’ve really made me rethink it

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#12142 70 days ago
Quoted from bluespin:

I agree to the terms of your surrender! Post pics of the game in you car by the end of the weekend or I'll also start tagging you on every El Toro and Bank-A-Ball that I see

Pppppppth! Done.

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#12143 70 days ago
Quoted from NicoVolta:

Pppppppth! Done. [quoted image]

That was fast!

#12144 70 days ago

Glad you got it Nic! Is it as nice as it looked in the pics or "rough condition" as described? Hope to play it soon in Roanoke.

#12145 70 days ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

I think it’s interesting and unique which is why I wouldn’t mind getting a project for a few hundred, but the extreme start & stop nature of it (the maze) really ruins it for a lot of folks.
I would be interested in playing yours though, now you’ve really made me rethink it

Exactly. Mine works 100% as factory, but the stop nature of the maze takes away from straight up pinball play.
Other than that it's just ok...

#12146 70 days ago

Everyone loved Mr/Ms Pac at the Pincinnati show this past year. Good chance it will make a return visit this year.

It doesn’t matter to me if people love or hate it. I’m considering creating a tutorial on it and typing up a rule sheet for it. I at least think it would allow people to understand it much better.

#12147 70 days ago
Quoted from snyper2099:

Everyone loved Mr/Ms Pac at the Pincinnati show this past year. Good chance it will make a return visit this year.
It doesn’t matter to me if people love or hate it. I’m considering creating a tutorial on it and typing up a rule sheet for it. I at least think it would allow people to understand it much better.

That’s what is great about pinball. Everyone has different tastes in games. I just pick up whatever project pins I can get cheap, & it seems more often than not the pins that look lame are actually pretty good players.

#12148 70 days ago
Quoted from Pinbee:

Glad you got it Nic! Is it as nice as it looked in the pics or "rough condition" as described? Hope to play it soon in Roanoke.

Yes... and thank YOU, Pinbee! It was your post here which caught my attention.

Inserts are a little sunken but fixable and one of the plastics isn’t correct. But otherwise quite nice and perfect backglass too. Easily worth the $150... I’ll send it to a new local PF restorer to be cleared. Haven’t tried him before but have seen good results.

Will be in the museum soon. Or the Pinball B&B... haven’t decided which yet.

#12149 69 days ago

Manufacturer: Gottlieb
Game/Type: Paul Bunyan / EM
Month/Year: 1968
Production: 1900
Cost: $350
Location: Puyallup, WA

seattle.craigslist.org link
OP: Works. Needs cleaning and glass top

#12150 69 days ago

Manufacturer: Williams
Game/Type: 3 Coins / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: February 1962
Production: 1,100 (!)
Cost: $350 FIRM
Location: Downers Grove, IL
Pinsider: zoomcat
Link/Contact: https://pinside.com/pinball/market/classifieds/ad/77885

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