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Some nice looking EM classics just came up on ebay


By EM-PINMAN

6 years ago



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#6101 54 days ago

Here’s one I’ve never seen before. Nice looking game and it looks like the owner has no idea what it’s worth.

ebay.com link

#6102 54 days ago
Quoted from MeNaCeFiRe:

Do you recall the price?

Sorry about the delay, I haven’t been on this thread for awhile. I think he was asking $1400 for his Eye of the Tiger at the show. He didn’t sell it there, but I know he sold it later.

#6103 54 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

Here’s one I’ve never seen before. Nice looking game and it looks like the owner has no idea what it’s worth.
ebay.com link

Just saw that as well.

Looks unique like it has some kind of player to player memory. The flyer advertises competitive play appeal combined with single player appeal.

Single players can score Specials for high totals, and also for 21 insuring plenty of solo play.

https://www.ipdb.org/showpic.pl?id=2698&picno=3909&zoom=1

#6104 50 days ago

Pretty sweet and from a reputable seller.

ebay.com link

#6105 50 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

Pretty sweet and from a reputable seller.

Tom Garcia is fair and square.
Central Park is decent game.

#6106 50 days ago

Now that looks like it could be a fun game. It's close enough but will probably go pretty high because of the nice condition. I can talk myself out of it one way or another.

#6107 50 days ago

What the hell? Shipping should only run about $500.

#6108 50 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

Here’s one I’ve never seen before. Nice looking game and it looks like the owner has no idea what it’s worth.
ebay.com link

Easy now. I'm trying to work a deal on this one. Shame that the backglass is faded.

#6109 49 days ago
Quoted from Ballypin:

Easy now. I'm trying to work a deal on this one. Shame that the backglass is faded.

I hope you get what you want. I just don’t know how you price a machine like that. Pretty cool for sure.

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#6110 41 days ago

Not a pin. I know this game is super rare, but REALLY!!! And.... it's an aracde!
ebay.com link » 1st Coin Op Aracdeto Be Valued At 1 Million Space Age Genco Super Rare Original
I think this seller is jerkin' us off with his alleged offers from billionaires!
And don't "waist" his time with your silly half million dollar offers!

#6111 41 days ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Not a pin. I know this game is super rare, but REALLY!!! And.... it's an aracde!
ebay.com link » 1st Coin Op Aracdeto Be Valued At 1 Million Space Age Genco Super Rare Original
I think this seller is jerkin' us off with his alleged offers from billionaires!
And don't "waist" his time with your silly half million dollar offers!

A few things... The back glass is roasted and Ebay will have cash day with that commission. Can I use Paypal??? Hilarious.

#6112 41 days ago
Quoted from Playdium:

A few things... The back glass is roasted and Ebay will have cash day with that commission. Can I use Paypal??? Hilarious.

He has had it listed several times now but it’s okay fellas I finally caved. I have a cool 1.5 laying around.

#6113 41 days ago

Definitely not pricey. $350,000,000 is pricey. Buy with confidence, since his 2nd most recent sale was a negative feedback with this quote from the buyer who got scammed “Never received item. Seller wasn’t selling anything but smoke.”

100% positive feedback my ass. 3 of this slug’s last 18 sales have been scam jobs.

I know this is funny but EBay really needs to have a split feedback rating next to the username showing as a buyer/seller.

#6114 39 days ago

“Was working fine before we put it in the basement”.

ebay.com link

#6115 39 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

“Was working fine before we put it in the basement”.
ebay.com link

That looks like something someone pulled out of one of the 'Storage Wars' show and now wants to make their money back. UGH

#6116 39 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

“Was working fine before we put it in the basement”.
ebay.com link

"Shipped with USPS First Class Package."

May not look like it now, but I bet when someone picks it up it does fall apart into enough small pieces to fit in a box.

#6117 39 days ago
Quoted from EM-PINMAN:

"Shipped with USPS First Class Package."
May not look like it now, but I bet when someone picks it up it does fall apart into enough small pieces to fit in a box.

Someone would have to pay me $200 to plug it in and hit the start button.

#6118 39 days ago

Wear thick gloves if you do.

#6119 39 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

Here’s one I’ve never seen before. Nice looking game and it looks like the owner has no idea what it’s worth.
ebay.com link

So, this Bally 2 in 1 from 1964 did not get any bids on eBay. I messaged the seller to make a deal but we were several hundreds apart. It ended up on a Columbus, OH online auction site and I ended up snagging this for less than my original offer. My better half was unaware of this so I have stashed the cabinet at work and have the backbox hiding unnoticed amongst the herd. Once I get around to restoring this, I’ll be ringing up BGresto.

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#6120 39 days ago
Quoted from Ballypin:

So, this Bally 2 in 1 from 1964 did not get any bids on eBay. I messaged the seller to make a deal but we were several hundreds apart. It ended up on a Columbus, OH online auction site and I ended up snagging this for less than my original offer. My better half was unaware of this so I have stashed the cabinet at work and have the backbox hiding unnoticed amongst the herd. Once I get around to restoring this, I’ll be ringing up BGresto.[quoted image][quoted image]

Glad you snagged it.

#6121 39 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

“Was working fine before we put it in the basement”.
ebay.com link

Starting bid $200. That's what he should be paying someone to haul it away!

#6122 39 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

“Was working fine before we put it in the basement”.

That was, of course, before the ocean overwhelmed our basement for three weeks!

#6123 38 days ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

That was, of course, before the ocean overwhelmed our basement for three weeks!

Snort.

#6124 38 days ago

68 Bally ‘Rock Makers’. Hell yeah!

Guessing this one would appeal to “4 Million BC” fans and the movie Caveman starring Ringo Starr and babeage.

ebay.com link

#6125 38 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

68 Bally ‘Rock Makers’. Hell yeah!
Guessing this one would appeal to “4 Million BC” fans and the movie Caveman starring Ringo Starr and babeage.
ebay.com link

Aw man, I want Rockmakers. I was all excited to place a bid and then I saw the cabinet...I can fix that.

Then I saw where it was...can’t fix that.

#6126 37 days ago
Quoted from Ballypin:

Aw man, I want Rockmakers. I was all excited to place a bid and then I saw the cabinet...I can fix that.
Then I saw where it was...can’t fix that.

I’ve never had to do much to the cabinets on the pins that I have because all 5 were in above average shape but this doesn’t seem like an impossible repaint. I guess it would be time consuming though.

#6127 37 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

I’ve never had to do much to the cabinets on the pins that I have because all 5 were in above average shape but this doesn’t seem like an impossible repaint. I guess it would be time consuming though.

The paint on this vintage Bally seems to be a common problem, just gets all flaky and falls off.

#6128 36 days ago

The BG and PF look to be in very good shape despite the typical Bally flaking on the CAB of that era.

#6129 36 days ago

ebay.com link » 1975 Bally Bow Arrow Beautiful Original Backglass Very Nice

WHY does anyone bother doing an auction listing with such poor & dark pix that show NOTHING ?
(Unless that is deliberate . . . . ) My B&A is in a garage under very mediocre ceiling shop lights, but if I took a picture with a not-very-good camera, while staggering drunk (which never happens, just being rhetorical here), I'm sure you could see everything to decent effect, and it would look WAY better than this. The game has NO retrofit LEDs, just the standard bulbs, and is not a game I would call at all dark. More to the contrary, actually.

#6130 33 days ago
Quoted from Heretic_9:

The game has NO retrofit LEDs, just the standard bulbs.

That’s actually a plus!

#6131 28 days ago

Nice $650 Bally Hokus Pokus in Ohio.

ebay.com link

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#6132 20 days ago

Something is odd about the playfield on this game. It looks like maybe it was completely painted over. The graphics are not like the original game. I don't think it's any kind of sample either. Decent enough job from what the pictures show, but no mention of it in the description.
ebay.com link » 1976 Williams Blue Chip Pinball Machine Excellent Condition

#6133 20 days ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Something is odd about the playfield on this game. It looks like maybe it was completely painted over. The graphics are not like the original game. I don't think it's any kind of sample either. Decent enough job from what the pictures show, but no mention of it in the description.
ebay.com link » 1976 Williams Blue Chip Pinball Machine Excellent Condition

The video mentions the repainted playfield.
It's odd that the flippers buzz when held in. This game should have rectified AC (DC) for the flippers.

#6134 20 days ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Something is odd about the playfield on this game. It looks like maybe it was completely painted over. The graphics are not like the original game.

You would know JR, I recall you having a very nice one at York a few years back.

#6135 18 days ago

A Lawman jr., err....Atlantis for sale.

ebay.com link

#6136 18 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

A Lawman jr., err....Atlantis for sale.
ebay.com link

Gotta love that lockdown bar!

#6137 18 days ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Gotta love that lockdown bar!

Pretty cool if that’s a homemade job.

#6138 18 days ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Gotta love that lockdown bar!

But would take some serious getting used to for flipper play I bet.

#6139 18 days ago
Quoted from jrpinball:

Gotta love that lockdown bar!

Reminds me of a 60s Williams.

#6140 17 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

Pretty cool if that’s a homemade job.

Not homemade, but two generations older than the one it should have. I've seen a lot of that lately. I could have traded bars with him. I recently got a mid-sixties game which had the mid-seventies bar on it. I traded with someone else though, and got the correct one now.
Many of the later '60s and mid '70s games are missing the lockdown bars, and the only aftermarket replacement available anymore (from PBR) are the older end-cap type as seen on this game.

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#6141 9 days ago

Not sure I’ve ever seen a 70s machine with as high a production number (over 6300) as this and be as rare to see.

ebay.com link

#6142 9 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

Not sure I’ve ever seen a 70s machine with as high a production number (over 6300) as this and be as rare to see.
ebay.com link

That’s mistermoberg ’s

#6143 9 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

Not sure I’ve ever seen a 70s machine with as high a production number (over 6300) as this and be as rare to see.

Kinda agree, guessing a lot of them went to Europe.
I did manage to find and buy one.

#6144 9 days ago

Indeed often see Honeys on EBay etc in Germany

#6145 6 days ago

This is the first decent, reasonably priced 70s EM that has come up on eBay in over a year that was within a 2 hour drive from my house.

There were 4 bids on this one in a matter of hours. Good to see.

ebay.com link

#6146 6 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

This is the first decent, reasonably priced 70s EM that has come up on eBay in over a year that was within a 2 hour drive from my house.

There were 4 bids on this one in a matter of hours. Good to see.

People might be deceived by the "Free Shipping" and placed a bid as they listed as such then says in the description they do not pay for shipping. You would think with 311 feedback they would know how to set their ebay listings correctly. Bad way to do an auction IMO.

#6147 6 days ago
Quoted from EM-PINMAN:

People might be deceived by the "Free Shipping" and placed a bid as they listed as such then says in the description they do not pay for shipping. You would think with 311 feedback they would know how to set their ebay listings correctly. Bad way to do an auction IMO.

Funny you mention that. I was hinting to my wife that I was interested but the price has already gone up to about what I’d pay and she said maybe people are fooled by the “free shipping” line and I should see if it ends up getting re-listed.

I will.

#6148 4 days ago

Really hope someone buys this beauty. Just so cool and 72 years old.

ebay.com link

#6149 4 days ago
Quoted from Sea_Wolf:

Really hope someone buys this beauty. Just so cool and 72 years old.
ebay.com link

That's a very nice example of this game. Love the cabinet side art on it.

#6150 3 days ago

A very "RARE 1950 Gottlieb Jungle King" is currently listed for $4500 B/O.

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