(Topic ID: 137918)

Price check WCS94


By thall17

4 years ago



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#1 4 years ago

Have a local WCS94 available with new legs, plastics, ball. Little wear on the kick out holes, perfect for a set of protectors. Looks clean. $2500 is the price...advice....would be my 2nd pin

#2 4 years ago

I think that's fair. 2000-2500 based on condition is what I would expect to pay for one. I would definitely try to get it for a tad less than that to cover unexpected stuff.

#3 4 years ago

With out seeing pictures it's hard to say. But if the discretion is correct sounds like a fair deal.

#4 4 years ago

As an owner myself, that sounds high. I think $1,800-$2,000 would be a better price point.

#5 4 years ago

For $2500 the ramps have to be good and ball not crusty. It should have LEDs also. That is on the top end for WCS for sure.

#6 4 years ago

New plastics make it fair IMO. Mine is all leds, new soccer ball, partial cliffys but some cracked plastics. I paid 2,500 and if I was to try to resell I would probably list it for a little less. Fortunately it was my first pin and I love it so I'll never sell!

#7 4 years ago

Thats a fair price around our area for a WCS94. Did you look at it?

#8 4 years ago
Quoted from BeaglePuss:

As an owner myself, that sounds high. I think $1,800-$2,000 would be a better price point.

I agree that 2500 is on the high end, but I haven't seen too many go for less than 2000 unless they are pretty beat up.

#9 4 years ago
Quoted from chuckwurt:

I agree that 2500 is on the high end, but I haven't seen too many go for less than 2000 unless they are pretty beat up.

As Rock said, a decent WCS for $1,800 in our area would be gone within the hour. The NE seems much more fertile for better deals.

#10 4 years ago

In Florida, a decent WCS will sell for $2500 in a couple of days.

#11 4 years ago

Ramps are expensive, and am pretty sure the left side ramp isn't reproduced yet.

Having Mike Chestnut re-plate the Wireforms in high-polished brass (gold look) really will make the game pop. That'll set you back another hundred plus shipping.

Add a Cliffy protector on the hole. $25

If the flippers haven't been rebuilt in a while... plan to rebuild them: $50 + your time.

The little things do start to add up, and when all's don't you don't want that to be on top of paying a top price for this game. There are plenty examples of this title out there.

#12 4 years ago

Yes. If it is a keeper add more money and not fell bad about it.
I just sold my WCS to a friend for $1800. Had scoop wear and a little cabinet yellowing, Some broken plastics and needed new ramps. Had full LEDs and played fine though. That being said I buy and sell games to and from people I know and don't care about an extra $100-200 here or there. Fun game and great value.

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