^^ Yes, that pic from IPDB is about accurate as to what they were from factory. I actually have a HUO Black Belt, and yours is "faded" by comparison, although I'd argue both that it's a generic cabinet, so who really cares and even the non-faded cabinet looks like a faded cabinet just because of how they made them, so...
As for a price, it all depends on what you're looking for. If I was selling yours, I would put a price of about $1500 on it and see what happens, dialing it back from there. But, if you want to sell it at the show itself, you may want to start lower (like $1000) and be willing to take even less.
Black Belt is a considerably rare game, and has some neat features - the upside down flipper isn't on any other machines that I know of. Because of that, there are a few people who it will command a premium from - I have had offers for more than $1500 on mine, and mine is a project that isn't currently working... although it is HUO as mentioned, so the condition of it is stupid good.
Good luck - it's never easy to sell a rare game like that and feel like you're pricing it just right