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(Topic ID: 90441)

T2 Playfield


By stevehessss

6 years ago



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  • Latest reply 6 years ago by kruzman
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#1 6 years ago

Might have a line on an NOS T2 pf . . .. any idea what it's worth?
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Steve

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#2 6 years ago

thats a tough call, T2 itself doesnt bring much money, but finding a perfect playfield on a T2 is next to impossible also. sure there are many people myself included looking for such an item, toss it on ebay and let it ride, you'll have atleast one bidder

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#3 6 years ago

"T2 itself doesn't bring much money"
....seems like a lot of recent sales are in the $2500 range....is that perception based in relativity to new sterns? $2500 seems like much to me. Dunno?

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#4 6 years ago

I don't consider T2 a $2500 game. I've never paid even half that for a T2 and I'm on my 3rd one. T2s are cheap and everywhere they made like 15,000 of em.

#5 6 years ago

NOS T2 playfield....depends on condition (just like everything else)....but I would use newer reproduction playfield as a starting point. Maybe $400-$700 as a range? Good luck with you hunt! Let us know how it turns out.

#6 6 years ago
Quoted from stevehessss:

Might have a line on an NOS T2 pf . . .. any idea what it's worth?
Tks
Steve

I turned my $750 T2 off of CL into a thing of beauty. Wish you would have had this PF for sale 1 yr ago before we started the restoration process. Then we would have only needed HSA to clear coat it. The stock Diamond Plate is not that thick to begin with.

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#7 6 years ago

someone that knows about pinball will want 800-1200 easy for an NOS T2 play field, and i myself have owned 3 and also didn't pay more than 1300 for any of them.

#8 6 years ago

I have an NOS T2 playfield and paid $1400 for it 3 years ago. I'm aware that is close to the price of the machine and quite aware that I probably overpaid, but I didn't care. When it comes to a playfield like this that is fairly rare to come by, a collector who loves the game and can afford the PF, doesn't value the PF relative to the price of the machine. He/She sees an opportunity to acquire a rare piece that will tremendously uptick the quality of their machine and they jump at it. Now if there were a ton of repros available or it was a late Stern game with PFs readily available than by all means it becomes sub $1k. I'm not saying the pricing logic is right, but if the item is rare enough then it will command that premium.

#9 6 years ago

Agree. Getting a NOS PF for one of those games like T2 where there are no repros or might face licensing issues attarct a premium. Around $1,200 would be my guess.

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