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Price check: TZ

By PanzerFreak

4 years ago


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#1 4 years ago

I'm considering selling my TZ. I've had the game for a long time and I may be ready to get something different. Cabinet has little to no fade and is in excellent condition. Game overall is very nice with minimal wear in the shooter lane (could be perfect with magic eraser clean up), everything works, nice playfield, cliffy at slot machine (no wear underneath either), cliffy for inlane where ball drops down.

Game has the following mods

Color DMD (have original as well)
LED's throughout
CrazyTV mini LCD mod
Lit piano mod
Gumballs in gumball machine
Spiral LED sign
Custom "eye ball" shooter rod
Clear blue casing around clock
Perfect play flipper bands
Pinball decals target decals

What would be a fair asking price for the game? Seems like values on TZ's have gone up in the past 1-2 years but I'm still not sure where to price this game with prices being all over the place. Other price check threads I looked up are from years ago.

Thank you

#2 4 years ago

Few pics. Left side of cabinet looks just as good as the right. Front of cabinet is also excellent, not drilled either.20170508_065810 (resized).jpg20170508_065803 (resized).jpg20170508_065756 (resized).jpg20170508_065753 (resized).jpg20170508_065747 (resized).jpg20170508_065737 (resized).jpg

#3 4 years ago

Looks nice!
I'd guess 6500ish maybe a touch higher with colordmd but that's here not sure about MI.

#4 4 years ago

Id say 6850

#5 4 years ago

I would say around $6300 (+/- $500) depending on the specific location and how many have been available over the past 90 days.

3 years later
#6 6 months ago

Never sell your TZ!

1 month later
#7 5 months ago

why not ?::

#8 5 months ago

Prices move! I'd gladly drop 8k on this machine today.

#9 5 months ago

Better said to say "Recommendation that you never sell it", based on its value will continue to rise over time, and availability will continue to decrease. It's kinda like the "Batman #1" of pinballs.

#10 5 months ago
Quoted from PanzerFreak:

I'm considering selling my TZ. I've had the game for a long time and I may be ready to get something different. Cabinet has little to no fade and is in excellent condition. Game overall is very nice with minimal wear in the shooter lane (could be perfect with magic eraser clean up), everything works, nice playfield, cliffy at slot machine (no wear underneath either), cliffy for inlane where ball drops down.
Game has the following mods
Color DMD (have original as well)
LED's throughout
CrazyTV mini LCD mod
Lit piano mod
Gumballs in gumball machine
Spiral LED sign
Custom "eye ball" shooter rod
Clear blue casing around clock
Perfect play flipper bands
Pinball decals target decals
What would be a fair asking price for the game? Seems like values on TZ's have gone up in the past 1-2 years but I'm still not sure where to price this game with prices being all over the place. Other price check threads I looked up are from years ago.
Thank you

I think you can get at least $8k.

I've thought about selling mine a few times over the years - even took photos! Never sold. Don't do it!! LOL

#11 5 months ago
Quoted from Rdoyle1978:

I think you can get at least $8k.
I've thought about selling mine a few times over the years - even took photos! Never sold. Don't do it!! LOL

Umm wasn’t this question from 3 years ago?

2 months later
#12 79 days ago
because you a. will never get it back. b. never get a better game c. prices are up, so you also need to buy a higher priced game back, there is no gain here. except if you want to stop playing pinball, then i suggest to sell it...

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#13 68 days ago
Quoted from TwilightZoneEhv:

because you a. will never get it back. b. never get a better game c. prices are up, so you also need to buy a higher priced game back, there is no gain here. except if you want to stop playing pinball, then i suggest to sell it...

right but when and where will be the highest point in $$$ in the future? won't stop??

2 weeks later
#14 54 days ago

well, you cannot buy mine, for any price!
note: if i die it will go to my eldest son, who is born in 1993 too.

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