I found a Gottlieb Colleg Queen pinball machine for $400. I asked the seller if it powered on and lit up, and he said yes. He also says it's stuck on 10 points, and won't move from there. In the picture he posted I don't see the 10 points, so I'm guessing it get that far and then not doing anything. I saw where at auction they go for between $200-$400. I pointed that out, and he said he would take $200. I'm an older woman, and I'm trying to buy one fairly cheap for my granddaughter. We owned a similar machine when my girls were younger, and we loved it. I'm lucky that I have someone that works on these nearby, just not sure what it would cost. Does this sound like a machine that would be easy to fix, or is it junk? I think $200 sounds like a real deal, but if it needs lots of work, could this lead to hundreds of dollars to repair? Thanks for any help!
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