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(Topic ID: 27601)

Price check on CV, MM, MB, AFM

By Travismc

8 years ago

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  • Latest reply 8 years ago by toyboy6
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#1 8 years ago

Hey guys I found a hidden treasure of four machines. A MM, CV, MB, and AFM.

They are routed machines that all need to be shopped and there not perfect by any means but in good shape. The playfield on AFM is rough but the rest are fairly decent with only minor wear.

What would be a good price for these machines ?



#2 8 years ago

MM 6.5
MB 6.5
CV 5

#3 8 years ago

I would pay 8500 for MM, $7000 for MB, $5500 for AFM and $5000 for CV

#4 8 years ago
Quoted from teekee:

I would pay 8500 for MM, $7000 for MB, $5500 for AFM and $5000 for CV

Thats way closer to realistic.

#5 8 years ago

I would pay $9000 for MM, $6000 for MB, $6000 for AFM and $4500 for CV

Those would be considered realistic but GOOD deals if 100% working and not too bad for routed games. In other words, there is BIG spectrum for a 'routed' game and I am referring to ones that are decent and at least maintained/working properly.

Both MM and AFM in good but routed condition seem to be selling a bit higher than the above prices. A routed core machine MM sold on epay for 10k not too long ago. A routed core AFM sold for $6500.

A piece of crap beat up MB sold local to me for $5800 recently. CV I do not seem to see as often.

JMHO of course

#6 8 years ago

If you buy all four of them, and they're in decent condition, you'll probably always be able to sell them for at least as much as you paid . . . . and probably more.

#7 8 years ago

A lot of responses from people wishing the prices were lower.

Try finding the prices quoted in this thread for MM, MB, AFM and CV, and most likely you will be unsuccessful and see the prices rise as you are searching. Who knows, maybe you get lucky, but most likely not.

For reference I sold my CV for $7,500 last April, and I have not seen any others for less than $7,000 since then. I know a dealer paid a local guy $5,000 for his CV, then turned around and put a price tag of $8,999 on it. So if dealers are willing to pay $5,000, how in the heck do you think you are going to buy one for $4,500 unless you get extremely lucky.

#8 8 years ago

routed but nice, all need a full shop.

28,500.00 ballpark, negotiate from there. maybe 5%-10% off total package or individual titles.

mm 9k
cv 5.5k
mb 7k
afm 7k

#9 8 years ago

10, 6, 7.5, 7K respectively

#10 8 years ago

too much

#11 8 years ago

I think it depends on whether there is pf wear or just dirt. Are there any missing toys? Castle work in mm? If just dirty and needing normal shop no PF damage, I'd agree with tommi_gunn. The prices would drop a bit based on condition though and how thrashed they were in cabinet, pf areas.

#12 8 years ago

I posted looking for a couple of those for some projects. If you decide to sell, PM me and maybe can work something out for the lot of them.

Nice score - I'm jealous, hopefully you got a great deal.


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