(Topic ID: 1140)

Spiderman 2007


By loren3233

9 years ago



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#1 9 years ago

What is a fair price for a 2007 Spiderman? I have been looking and on ebay they range from approx 4500.00 to as high as 6495.00 then pay shipping on top of both. Seems high for a used machine and a bit risky for a bid on e-bay without checking out the machine. Being new to this I do not want to walk off the side off a cliff just yet. Is patience the best thing on a Spiderman pin? Thanks for any direction.

#2 9 years ago

It's an expensive game right now. Expect to pay $3,700 at minimum for one. I had a deal fall through for one and it was a real heartbreaker.

#3 9 years ago

If it didn't cost $500 to ship a pin here I would order a new one. The wife won't go for that again, though. There's one on route here for $3700 and I figure that is a good price as it would cost me $5700 for a new one.

#4 9 years ago

If you cant see it or play it dont buy it. Unless your ordering it off of treasure cove.

#5 9 years ago

jar155 and SC are right on the money.

Route & On-Location "Red Suit" Spider-Mans go for around $3700. "Black Suit" Collector's Edition Spider-Man goes for more nowadays. The better condition game (Red or Black Suit), the higher the price...aka Home Use Only Spider-Mans [HUO].

New In Box Spider-Mans [NIB] are still out there. They haven't been producing them for a while now, so expect to pay for that premium (up towards $6000-7000 for one of those).

#6 9 years ago

I see where pinballsales.com has one used for 3700. Who knows what shape it's in. They might have a new one, too, but they aren't cheap. There aren't a lot out there right now.

#7 9 years ago

The cheapest NIB red I see now is $5200. Two months ago you could get one for $4500. Tax season the culprit?

#8 9 years ago

5,200 doesnt seem that bad it would be worth it. If you ever wanted to sell it in the future you could make bank off of a huo spiderman.

#9 9 years ago

Thank you for all the information. Not sure if I want to spend that much on my first pin game but I do like the Spiderman theme and it seems as though this game has a great rating at this point. I plan on trying to find one nearby and play it before I drop a bunch of $$$$ down on one.
I can always keep my eye's out for a nice Family Guy pin as I have seen that pin being played on youtube and was laughing at all the remarks.

Thanks again to all for the information......From the NewGuy!

#10 9 years ago

What the heck is a "Shaker Motor"? Like I said...new to this and have no idea. My guess, is it is a componet that shakes the machine a bit during certain shots. Is that something that makes the game much better and something that should be added?

#11 9 years ago

It is installed under the left flipper button under the Tilt bob. It basically is a weight on a shaft offset so when it spins the cabinet shakes. Kinda like a mini crankshaft. Certain hits cause it to shake. Adds a tactile sensation to the game. I installed the shaker in my LOTR and def will add it to my SM or any machine which accepts it. Haven't had it set off the tilt yet but I have my machines set the the loosest setting. For $170 bucks it is expensive but worth it IMO.

#12 9 years ago

loren3233, check out Pinside's "bang for your buck" listings. You'll find lots of incredible pins, with price tags that aren't quite as ridiculous as one like Stern's Spider-Man.

http://pinside.com/pinball/top-100/bangforbuck/

#13 9 years ago

I will check it out for sure. I did speak with Nick at pinball company.com and the spiderman is NIB but not sure if I can spend 5200 for one and if I did I would want to hear from the members if they have ever had dealings good/bad from pinball company.com

#14 9 years ago

Sometimes I regret selling the black one I picked up that was in a flood. It was such a wreck though that almost no part could be considered reliable even if it worked at the time.

#15 9 years ago

I'm glad I got mine NIB for $3.8k. Such an awesome game!!

Where are you located?If you sarch, you can get them cheap....just takes time and luck.

#16 9 years ago

The Spidey blacks are going for $13k over here at the moment, big bucks indeed.

#17 9 years ago

I am in Northern California near Sacramento. You have any ideas where I can find one cheap Stavs?
13K for a Black Spiderman? Where is that Leigh?

#18 9 years ago

CAlifornia...that I dont know. I'm all the way on the other side in Allentown, PA. Games seem more expensive in Cali as well. Sorry I cant help

#19 9 years ago

start watching the SF craigslist. A ton of deals on their.

sfbay.craigslist.org link

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