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What would you do with this Sharkeys Shootout

By tonyhoff1

1 year ago

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  • Latest reply 1 year ago by StylesBitchly
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“What would you do with this Sharkeys Shootout ”

  • Parts it out 2 votes
  • Save it 23 votes

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#5 1 year ago

Ditto with Toaster's GLS comment above...It'd be a shame to part out - doesn't look that bad and someone with moderate skills could easily fix the head.

Does it work?

#13 1 year ago
Quoted from tonyhoff1:

I will sell this game complete. The way it is. When I get home I will get pics of under the playfield and the boards. I’m in this game at 1350.00 so you tell me. I have decided that I’m going to sell it complete the way it is and will not part it out.

Might want to snap a couple of the side art too while you are at. The head damage - some people probably don't even care if they stick it next to other games.

#22 1 year ago
Quoted from frunch:

My thoughts exactly. As long as the game is complete, it can be fixed up well enough for someone to enjoy. Cosmetics aren't everything!

That's one thing I learned when I started collecting a couple of years ago (and I still consider myself a newbie). While it's truly amazing what some people do with the restorations, sometimes they are just meant to be enjoyed with all the scars and warts. Not all are going to be museum pieces.

$1350 doesn't sound too bad if someone wanted a newer game...it's only 18 yrs. old and the playfied looks nice. As long as they can deal w/the possible electronics issues, someone might get a nice game at a reasonable price.

#31 1 year ago
Quoted from CrazyLevi:

Any of you "sell it as a project" folks willing to pay $1,350 for a beat up Sharkey's in Ohio that may not even boot up? My guess is as is that's a $1,000 machine.

There might not be a lot of Pinsider's willing to pony up $1350. But for someone with a DIY attitude and some electronics experience that is just starting to look for a pin to buy and first looks on Craigslist...Tony might get a bite. Seen a fair amount of EM's near a $1K. So I could see someone noticing a newer game for not much more.

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