(Topic ID: 74620)

Price Check: Populated Space Shuttle Playfield

By jewboyflowerhead

5 years ago

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  • Latest reply 5 years ago by Grauwulf
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#1 5 years ago

I have no idea what this is worth in its current condition. I am debating whether it is worth selling, or keep it around for parts needed in the future (I plan on owning SS again whenever I can track one down) Plastics look complete and look to be in decent shape. PF is pretty shot, but I've seen much, much worse on a SS. Ramp is missing a small piece near the entrance, but looks pretty good overall. The whites are very discolored on PF. It looks like it was in a very smoky bar. It looks complete, minus some acorn nuts, screws, and some starposts. I would really appreciate any input. My feelings wont be hurt if you tell me its not worth the cost of shipping

#2 5 years ago


#3 5 years ago

The white filmy stuff on the PF is novus 2. I did a quick clean to see what I had under the dirt and never properly cleaned it up

#4 5 years ago

I have seen a lot worse!

To me - I would think $150 to $200 plus shipping depending on someones needs. I have paid $100 for much worse playfields just because I needed game specific parts from them. Most modern era playfields have at least $150 worth of parts on them so I always value pretty much any complete playfield at $50 to $100 (again depending on my needs). Since SS is a popular system 9 machine I have to think at least $150 is more than fair.

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#5 5 years ago

What did you end up doing up with this playfield?

#6 5 years ago

Damn where did you get that pos???

#7 5 years ago

Are you selling this playfield? Possibly interested

#8 5 years ago

Just picked up a SS so I started looking at SS threads. Need some parts so figured its a good place to start

#9 5 years ago

I have the op's playfield. Bought it from fast-ed near St. Louis, along with his space shuttle. Have a CPR playfield on the way so I'm not sure what is going to happen with this one.

#10 5 years ago

Cool did you find a playfield? Did rick ever message you back? I got tired of waiting for him. Ed

#11 5 years ago

I'd use it as a guide, then sell it for 200.00 or so. Ed

#12 5 years ago
Quoted from Fast-Ed:

Cool did you find a playfield? Did rick ever message you back? I got tired of waiting for him. Ed

The folks at PPS took good care of me

#13 5 years ago

I could use the ball gate from under the shuttle if you're planning on parting this out.

#14 5 years ago
Quoted from Grauwulf:

I could use the ball gate from under the shuttle if you're planning on parting this out.

That ball gate is nearly impossible to recreate. It is not available anywhere

#15 5 years ago

There was a ball gate on ebay

#16 5 years ago

Yeah, unfortunately the seller doesn't ship to Canada. I'd just be happy to borrow one so I can use it as a template to make a few spares.

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