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Wanted: Dialed In LE for 7k


By Pinphila

9 days ago



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#1 9 days ago

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Wanted: Dialed In LE for 7k

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Looking for a huo DILE for 7k at Allentown.


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#2 9 days ago

See quite a few posted in 74-75. This may be a pipe dream but I’ll ask.

#3 9 days ago

Could get a standard around $6500. The stainless trim looks good on it

#4 9 days ago

I also want one for 7k ; )

#5 9 days ago

They are out there at 7k. With all the new stuff hitting the market, owners get more willing to take a slightly deeper hit. Look how fast all the Sterns drop in second hand market. Within 8 weeks after release from factory every pro is sitting at 5k, premiums at 7k or less. With the glut in the market the NIB “drive it off the lot” depreciation is more real than ever. And that’s a good thing!!

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#6 9 days ago

Still too much for that game.

#7 9 days ago

I have one and I’m close ..let’s trade ..7400 ?

#8 9 days ago

Wishing you luck ..kinda want your ww..I’m not that far come on over

#9 9 days ago
Quoted from spikelou2:

Wishing you luck ..kinda want your ww..I’m not that far come on over

WW sold Lou, sorry.

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#10 9 days ago
Quoted from delt31:

I also want one for 7k ; )

I have seen them at 72...Just a matter of time IMO. Too much other stuff out there.

#11 9 days ago
Quoted from delt31:

I also want one for 7k ; )

I just sold a few pins and would like to own again. I’d definitely get one for $6500-7000.

#12 9 days ago

Standards at 6500 seem available.

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#13 9 days ago

I’d like a Batman 66 for 5k if anyone is taking requests

#14 9 days ago

Actually received a few offers of standards for 63-65.

#15 9 days ago

Batman 66 please for $5k. Not happening.

#16 9 days ago
Quoted from Pinphila:

Actually received a few offers of standards for 63-65.

Standards are much less desirable, missing some nice upgrades, but it does play the same, no mechs missing.

#17 9 days ago

Give it until Summer when Wonka's are shipping and HUO DILE will be plentifully for $7k. Wonka SE for $7500 is a game changer! Stern Premiums and LE's are going to drop too.

#18 9 days ago
Quoted from MikeS:

Give it until Summer when Wonka's are shipping and HUO DILE will be plentifully for $7k. Wonka SE for $7500 is a game changer! Stern Premiums and LE's are going to drop too.

Agree

#19 9 days ago
Quoted from Pinphila:

Standards at 6500 seem available.

Home use?

Seems like a pretty good deal to me. That's a lot of pinball for the money.

That's about what Hobbits are going for?

#20 9 days ago

most I see are still around 7900-8k for the le.

#21 9 days ago

7500 and it's close to you. Might be worth a shot to PM owner.

Machine - For Sale
HUO - Documented (Home Used Only) “Home used original owner dialed in LE #274 for sale. Prefer pickup over shipping. Plays good, looks great. The scoop protector is the original JJP issue. I have an uninstalled ...”
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Allentown, PA
7,500

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#22 9 days ago
Quoted from CrazyLevi:

Home use?
Seems like a pretty good deal to me. That's a lot of pinball for the money.
That's about what Hobbits are going for?

Yep, I have had a couple offers but want the LE.

Quoted from ccbiggsoo7:

most I see are still around 7900-8k for the le.

Keep looking, there are ones on pinside now for 7400, 7500. I had an offer of 7350.

#23 9 days ago

I'll take one at $7k too!

#24 9 days ago
Quoted from TheGunnett:

I’d like a Batman 66 for 5k if anyone is taking requests

Me too !

#25 9 days ago
Quoted from MikeS:

Give it until Summer when Wonka's are shipping and HUO DILE will be plentifully for $7k. Wonka SE for $7500 is a game changer! Stern Premiums and LE's are going to drop too.

Will see. Wonka SE is $7500 but doesn't contain no where near as much stuff in it (toys, features, etc) and lacks the code depth as Dialed In LE. Just because Wonka SE is $7500 it doesn't mean all other games are going to suddenly drop in price, there's a reason Wonka SE is $7500 and not $8500. There are multiple Stern premiums / LE's that have more in it then Wonka SE as well.

#26 9 days ago

Hate to break into someone's want add, but anyone wanting to trade a DI for SW premium with mods, PM me. Also, OP can send some of those folks offering just north of 7K my way.

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#27 9 days ago
Quoted from PanzerFreak:

Will see. Wonka SE is $7500 but doesn't contain no where near as much stuff in it (toys, features, etc) and lacks the code depth as Dialed In LE. Just because Wonka SE is $7500 it doesn't mean all other games are going to suddenly drop in price, there's a reason Wonka SE is $7500 and not $8500. There are multiple Stern premiums / LE's that have more in it then Wonka SE as well.

Just wait until you play Wonka in person and see for yourself. DI is a very good game, but Wonka is better in nearly every way. The extra toys in DI aren't that great (elect guy, blocker girl, scoops with cliffys that bounce out). The best part of both games is the shot flow and magnets. People that own and like DI will want to upgrade to the new hotness. I think the games are too similar to own both.

#28 9 days ago

I have a DILE I will let go!

#29 9 days ago
Quoted from MikeS:

Just wait until you play Wonka in person and see for yourself. DI is a very good game, but Wonka is better in nearly every way. The extra toys in DI aren't that great (elect guy, blocker girl, scoops with cliffys that bounce out). The best part of both games is the shot flow and magnets. People that own and like DI will want to upgrade to the new hotness. I think the games are too similar to own both.

Respectfully disagree, I own Dialed In LE and enjoy those mechs not to mention the other games features. Personally I rather have the moving electric toy then a spinning Gobstopper that doesn't interact with the ball. There's also the theater, phone mini LCD, subway ball lock, 5 magnets, spinning drones, kick back, trap door, etc. Yeah, there's a ton in Dialed In. Have Cliffys on my game and never have an issue making the cell phone scoop shot, SIM card shot is much harder but is supposed to be challenging due to the effect collecting SIM cards has on the game.

Dialed In and Wonka are two completely different games and that's great they are designed to each be so unique. I think both can exist in a collection and each provide an entirely different experience.

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#30 9 days ago
Quoted from PanzerFreak:

Respectfully disagree, I own Dialed In LE and enjoy those mechs not to mention the other games features. Personally I rather the moving electric toy then a spinning Gobstopper that doesn't interact with the ball. There's also the theater, subway ball lock, 5 magnets, spinning drones, kick back, trap door, etc. Yeah, there's a ton in Dialed In. Have Cliffys on my game and never have an issue making the cell phone scoop shot, SIM card shot is much harder but is supposed to be challenging due to the effect collecting SIM cards has on the game.

I don't want to argue but let's wait and see what happens in the next few months. My prediction is that we'll see a pretty big uptick in Dialed In's hitting the market for sale and as a result the prices will dip to the $7k range. Both games appeal to the same demographic and not everyone will have room and money for both games. If I'm wrong you can rebump this thread in a few months and I'll concede that you were right all along.

#31 9 days ago
Quoted from MikeS:

I don't want to argue but let's wait and see what happens in the next few months. My prediction is that we'll see a pretty big uptick in Dialed In's hitting the market for sale and as a result the prices will dip to the $7k range. Both games appeal to the same demographic and not everyone will have room and money for both games. If I'm wrong you can rebump this thread in a few months and I'll concede that you were right all along.

This isn't about being right or wrong. With the new crazy high LE counts by JJP, 5000 for Wonka (basically unlimited), and 2 JJP games per year I wouldn't be surprised if Wonka LE's can be found for $8k a year from now.

#32 8 days ago
Quoted from MikeS:

Just wait until you play Wonka in person and see for yourself. DI is a very good game, but Wonka is better in nearly every way. The extra toys in DI aren't that great (elect guy, blocker girl, scoops with cliffys that bounce out). The best part of both games is the shot flow and magnets. People that own and like DI will want to upgrade to the new hotness. I think the games are too similar to own both.

I'm gonna keep both bc they are very different experiences imo and not very similar.... and both offer alot. I think Wonka has more variety of shots from 4 flippers and the lighting is amazing. Di has some neat stuff also and the theater is super cool the way its used.

#33 8 days ago
Quoted from PanzerFreak:

Respectfully disagree, I own Dialed In LE and enjoy those mechs not to mention the other games features. Personally I rather have the moving electric toy then a spinning Gobstopper that doesn't interact with the ball. There's also the theater, phone mini LCD, subway ball lock, 5 magnets, spinning drones, kick back, trap door, etc. Yeah, there's a ton in Dialed In. Have Cliffys on my game and never have an issue making the cell phone scoop shot, SIM card shot is much harder but is supposed to be challenging due to the effect collecting SIM cards has on the game.
Dialed In and Wonka are two completely different games and that's great they are designed to each be so unique. I think both can exist in a collection and each provide an entirely different experience.

Wonka has a kickback and the gobstopper is for show..its the rotating gobble hole/floating target attached to a 3 ball lock and subway that is cool imo and not a given shot. Also the wonkavator ball lock area is super cool with its lighting and works similar to tz gumball lock. Also has a 7in lcd used well . There's more but i think both compare in the amount of features .

#34 4 days ago

This seems like a great deal. Under $7k shipped.

Removed as it is likely a scam

#35 4 days ago

The above ad has scam written all over it.

#36 4 days ago
Quoted from Bork:

The above ad has scam written all over it.

Maybe? The phone number does check out for Portland and the seller is also selling a collector Harley:

https://www.collectorcarnation.com/Harley-Davidson/183205762/1946-Harley-Davidson-Knucklehead.html?order=time-new-old&np_offset=9&from=most_recent

#37 4 days ago

Scam just like how many have been posted on here in the past unfortunately. It's easy for these scammers to spoof an ad, leverage content from a past ad, etc.

#39 4 days ago

Sounds like a porn title.

#40 4 days ago
Quoted from bigd1979:

Also the wonkavator ball lock area is super cool with its lighting and works similar to tz gumball lock.

The wonkavator is the most significant difference between the standard and Le in the mechanics department.
I have played the game and I felt the wonkavator was pretty underwhelming and it could have been done much better for the $2000 price difference between the 2 models. It really is just a transparent VUK and it i didn’t feel very exciting when I finally locked a ball.

The wonkavator is so iconic it would have been nice to see a mini sculpted moving elevator bring it up to the top. Or maybe the elevator doors could have been a bash toy you needed to hit to open the doors wide enough to fit the ball into it. Then the mini elevator could’ve moved In a cool way that would bring it to the lock ball area. As the code stands now you are not locking balls there very often so when you do actually lock a ball I think this should have been that WOW moment. What do i mean by wow moment? Like the first time everyone witnessed the castle demolishing in medieval madness kind of moment.

That being said I thoroughly enjoyed the rest of the game, it was really fun to shoot I just personally I think this specific part of the game was a missed opportunity.

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