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Pricing Help

By Spyderturbo007

10 months ago

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#1 10 months ago

I grabbed this Flight 2000 and have no clue what it's worth. I'm hoping with some pictures and description someone might be able to point me to a price. I know things are crazy right now, so I was just going to slap $10k on it. /sarcasm


1. Boots and you can start a game. You have to manually kick the ball into the shooter lane and it seems to skip over balls. I'm assuming it's a trough switch issue, but I haven't had time to look at it in more depth.
2. It appears to be complete and there is no alkaline damage on the boards.
3. Inserts are sunken, but not too bad.
4. Cabinet was "repainted" by someone's kids and they were nice enough to autograph it.
5. Legs were repainted with latex paint that should come off pretty easily.
6. Backglass isn't terrible, but it's not great.
7. The 4th player display kind of works
8. Looks like there was some crappy play field touch-up done.
9. It appears as though someone re-pinned some or all of the connectors.

I don't think it would take much to get it working correctly, but I just haven't had time. The "guts" seem to be pretty solid.


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#2 10 months ago

good shape working games have been in the 2k range and a bit higher for nicer examples. This one doesn't play right and needs some work. I would be happy to move it for 10-1200.

#3 10 months ago

Average shape, playfield and backglass are better than some but still not so hot, bad cabinet repaint, needs a ton of work, that’s probably a $500-900 project machine for someone. F2K is one of Stern’s biggest-selling games so it doesn’t bring in that “classic stern” premium that some of their other stern titles in the same condition would bring.

#4 10 months ago

Thanks. I was thinking in the $800 - $1000 range based on the two projects that appear to have just sold for $500 and the other for $750. Those were more blown out than this one is.

Not sure if I want to screw with it or not.

#5 10 months ago

$800 is fair.

$600 is people fighting each other off facebook and pinside to pick it up off of you.

#7 10 months ago

Perfect. I told the guy I'd sell it to him for $900. I think that seems pretty fair.

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