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Value of Williams Indy these days.

By Squeakman

3 years ago


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#1 3 years ago

I haven't seen many of these on the market lately. I am curious what people think of the value of this game in todays market. Beater, nice, collector.

#2 3 years ago

What sort of example are you looking for? I’d guess 5500-8500 is the range. Mine has brass, color dmd and nice play field. I have about 8 in it.

#3 3 years ago

I've seen them 4500-10k dollars depending on condition. Condition and functionality is everything.
Can't remember what the hard to find pieces are for this machine.

100% working, low wear 5500 - 6500.
Restored 7k and up

#4 3 years ago

I was trying to figure out what a baseline for just and average nice stock machine was.

#5 3 years ago
Quoted from Squeakman:

I was trying to figure out what a baseline for just and average nice stock machine was.

5500-6500 depending on overall condition....

#6 3 years ago

Its weird how Indy hasn't blown up like AF, TZ, WH20 and AFM have.

#7 3 years ago

I didn't think WH20 had blown up. Unless 3k is blown up.

I wish I had an Indy. Timing is off for me 95% of time

#8 3 years ago
Quoted from TechnicalSteam:

I didn't think WH20 had blown up. Unless 3k is blown up.

Where are you finding these $3k WH20 games? I'll take one right now at that price.

#9 3 years ago

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/for-sale-indiana-jones-the-pinball-adventure-53

Was this only available for 3 hours @ $6500?

That should give you some kind of idea....

And a $3000 WH2O would be gone even quicker.

While we were talking about it somebody was buying it.

#10 3 years ago
Quoted from Squeakman:

Where are you finding these $3k WH20 games? I'll take one right now at that price.

There have been two in recent memory that I passed on. Games is not a fav or mine.

#11 3 years ago
Quoted from TechnicalSteam:

There have been two in recent memory that I passed on. Games is not a fav or mine.

Then you passed on some pretty goof profit...

#12 3 years ago
Quoted from TechnicalSteam:

There have been two in recent memory that I passed on. Games is not a fav or mine.

Agree on WH20...definitely wouldn't put it in the category of games that have "blown up". In fact, I think with all of the new manufacturers, many of those listed have actually seen some decline from the heights (and not just the ones that get remade).

I am biased...I do own an IJ and am most likely never putting it up for sale. Mine is a great player's pin, bu definitely not collector quality ... I re-imported it from Argentina for $2K over a decade ago. Although i can continue to add mods and replace parts (haven't changed over to LED yet), I don't think the 10 years of unfiltered cigarette smoke will ever quite leave the inside of this cabinet!

#13 3 years ago
Quoted from DaveKnowsAll:

Agree on WH20...definitely wouldn't put it in the category of games that have "blown up". In fact, I think with all of the new manufacturers, many of those listed have actually seen some decline from the heights (and not just the ones that get remade).

Have you taken a look at the marketplace lately? You would think the owners of WH20 think there are bars of gold in their games. I know there are better deals out there, but the days of $1400 Wh20(what I paid for mine 6 years ago and then foolishly sold) are long gone.

#14 3 years ago

There are Nice Whitewaters and those games that have seen better days.
I passed on the Whitewaters that had seen better days.
Condition is King. Heavily routed Whitewater is bad.
Just like a heavily routed Indiana Jones.

#15 3 years ago

Decent IJ pins are around 6.5- 7k. It costs $1000 to re-decal most likely. I'd expect a $7500 Indy to have vibrant decals/screened cab. Don't care to pay for mods except ColorDMD.

#16 3 years ago

Value=Still out of a lot of people's budgets

#17 3 years ago

I have been offered $5K to $7K for my HUO Prototype Indiana Jones. As others state, condition is everything.

#18 3 years ago
Quoted from KozMckPinball:

Decent IJ pins are around 6.5- 7k. It costs $1000 to re-decal most likely. I'd expect a $7500 Indy to have vibrant decals/screened cab. Don't care to pay for mods except ColorDMD.

$1000 to decal? that's pretty high in my opinion.

#19 3 years ago
Quoted from jake35:

$1000 to decal? that's pretty high in my opinion.

Its a lot of work to do right.

#20 3 years ago
Quoted from jake35:

$1000 to decal? that's pretty high in my opinion.

I paid $350 for my IJ decal set a while back. Don't know what they would cost now, but certainly not $1K. i'm guessing he means that he is paying someone else to do the work, but that still seems very high.

#21 3 years ago
Quoted from DaveKnowsAll:

I paid $350 for my IJ decal set a while back. Don't know what they would cost now, but certainly not $1K. i'm guessing he means that he is paying someone else to do the work, but that still seems very high.

Yes I meant 3rd party labor. You can ask a distributor that refurbs machines, I got this number from a distributor on an IJ they re-decaled a couple of years ago and had for sale then and this came up when we were discussing the price. I have re-decaled an NBA Fastbreak and I can see an IJ re-decal costing that for sure if you hafta pay for the labor etc including as someone stated at least $350 for the decals. Especially regarding the IJ decals, there' more room for error as the front decal columns have to lines up with the side decal columns.

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