Terminator 2 judgement day

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Terminator 2 judgement day


By Nikrox2

12 days ago



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#1 12 days ago

I have a “possible” line on a T2. Hasn’t worked in a few years Owner may not sell so I want to make the “right “ offer. (Enough to have him sell it , but not too much where it’s above value after fixing it). Don’t really know what’s wrong with it so it’s a pig in a poke! Any suggestions tips or pricing ideas?

#2 12 days ago

Make sure no alkaline damage on cpu board, anticipate burnt gi connectors.

#3 12 days ago

What condition?
I wouldn't go over 1,000 non-working

#4 12 days ago

Great things to look for ! Thanks !!! And yeah. I was thinking $500 -$750?? But I’ll need to look inside

#5 12 days ago

I don't know, depends on how much of a project it is. If the game is complete and not far from working and a decent playfield I don't see why as much as $1500 isn't out of the equation. Working players condition T2s are going for $2500+ these days.

For a deal, and to make up for your effort, maybe $1250 max if you're looking for a deal Id guess.

Just my opinion!

#6 12 days ago
Quoted from Nikrox2:

Great things to look for ! Thanks !!! And yeah. I was thinking $500 -$750?? But I’ll need to look inside

That’s insultingly low and not the “right offer” if the guy has checked onlineand thinks it’s worth $5,000. It’s a tough situation these days.

On the other and you never know! Maybe he doesn’t give a crap and just wants to get rid of it.

Sight unseen and anticipating for sure acid damage on the board, id probably offer $1100. Probably has GI burn too but who cares, they all do, and that’s a $9 and hour or two fix.

#7 12 days ago

Again thanks ! That’s exaxtly what I didn’t want to do - insult him. So this helps !!

#8 12 days ago

If you guaranteed it to all be there and just not working I’d come get it for a grand right now without looking at it. I agree with Levi. $500-750 is insulting.

#9 12 days ago

A grand or less is probably insulting if it is all there. I'm seeing older games in lesser condition for more than that. I'm passing on DE Simpson's that is a little more money and complete, just has some fixable problems.

Granted a $1000 sight unseen is fair for the buyer as a risk taker, but the best option would be to go see it in person and make an offer accordingly. I think It would probably be something more like $1500 -$1800 depending on everything..

#10 12 days ago
Quoted from wayout440:

I think It would probably be something more like $1500 -$1800 depending on everything..

This is probably way more accurate.

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