Price check on... Raven

By herbertbsharp

6 years ago


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#1 6 years ago

What do you think? Working condition, decent playfield and cab..... Gottleib pricing is kind of a mystery to me.... Anyone looking to buy one? Thanks!

#2 6 years ago

I believe last time I had one, I had to pay someone to take it off my hands.

#3 6 years ago

300 or less. Its not a bad game at all, but very very tough sell. It is just so damn ugly. If you have tons of space and it is cheap get it, but if you don't think you will keep it stay away. Otherwise you may have it on your hands for a good long while.

#4 6 years ago

About the same as peanuts. $1 per lb.

#5 6 years ago

There is one local to me, guy started out at 400 and now is down to 200.
I had one non working and gave away a few games I didn't want and included the Raven.
The guy reluctantly took it when I said you have to take them all or take nothing.
I don't remember but I think I sold the ramp translite and a few other parts off it.
Up here it is called Ewaste and they charge for it at the dump.

#6 6 years ago

I paid 250, wayyyyyyy to much. But I ended up selling it for 450 in a package deal.

#7 6 years ago

prime canidate for a total re-theme

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#8 6 years ago

Is it really that bad? One just popped up for sale here. Wayyyyyy too much, but maybe the guy will take (a lot) less. I don't think it'd look bad with the alternate translite... link » Raven Pinball Alternate Translite

#9 6 years ago

That ebay seller has some nice alternate translites. That Shadow on is nice.

Heck.. I'd buy one for $250 if there are any near South Dakota. Even the worth pinball machine is worth $250.. especially with the alternate translite.

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#10 5 years ago
Quoted from captainadam_21:

That ebay seller has some nice alternate translites.

I really like that alternate Raven backglass.

#11 5 years ago

I turned a Raven down that needed a little bit of work for $250. If I wasn't full, I would have bought it. It is a John Trudeau design after all and worth play-testing for a while, imho.

I haven't played it IRL but it seemed to play okay on pinmame. I think the single pop-up 'sniper' drop targets are neat.

#12 5 years ago

At least under $500.

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