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Wanted: Family Guy

By hoby1

3 years ago


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#1 3 years ago

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Wanted: Family Guy

Added: July 17th, 2018 Re-listed: 2 times (October 9th, 2018) Ended: December 1st, 2018

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Looking For a Documented Mint HUO FG for my collection. ( manuals still staples in or present, no wear or scratch's ) Sold mine and now i am looking to get back in my collection.

LMK Allen


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#2 3 years ago

I got a nice one in st. louis, but one side of cabinet graphic has some damage. nothing a $250 decal wouldn't fix though.

#3 3 years ago

This is a tough game to find in mint condition. The pf's are susceptible to wear in certain areas

#4 3 years ago

Still looking.

#5 3 years ago

There are several in the Midwest, just from looking over Craigslist and Pinside ads. One near Detroit, two near St. Louis, one in Evansville, one near Lexington and I might be forgetting another one or two around Ohio. Everyone asks $5k but that's where they'll sit. They'll probably eventually sell at that price, but over the past year, they don't tend to move until they get under $4,500. There was one on Pinside recently in Iowa that sat for a week or two even when he lowered it to $3,800-ish.

#6 3 years ago
Quoted from Agent_Hero:

There are several in the Midwest, just from looking over Craigslist and Pinside ads. One near Detroit, two near St. Louis, one in Evansville, one near Lexington and I might be forgetting another one or two around Ohio. Everyone asks $5k but that's where they'll sit. They'll probably eventually sell at that price, but over the past year, they don't tend to move until they get under $4,500. There was one on Pinside recently in Iowa that sat for a week or two even when he lowered it to $3,800-ish.

Not sure if we are talking about the same quality. Sold my last one in 1 day for 5200. Had multiple folks wanting it too

#7 3 years ago

I'm sure you can get that for the game. I'm also saying each of the listings mentioned have been sitting for a few weeks now. $5k isn't a "sell it fast" price for Family Guy. Will it sell at that price? Eventually.

#8 3 years ago

Mint FG is typically 5k. Minimum

#9 3 years ago

Here is pics of the one I just sold

ebay.com link: Stern FAMILY GUY Modern Classic Arcade Pinball Machine

The seller is a stand up dude

#10 3 years ago

I have one in Flawless condition just outside of Cleveland, OH.

I am the original owner, and still have the purchase receipt.

It was the first NIB I ever purchased after my apartment burned to the ground in 2007.

I’d potentially entertain a sale/trade as it doesn’t get much play, although it does hold sentimental value.

PM me to discuss it.

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#11 3 years ago
Quoted from hoby1:

Here is pics of the one I just sold
ebay.com link » Stern Family Guy Modern Classic Arcade Pinball Machine
The seller is a stand up dude

$5,200 before or after ebay fees? Before, and you're taking home about $4,600 after fees. After, and that's about fair for a decent machine. Again, it's not unreasonable to think that mid 4's would get a solid Family Guy. Probably not HUO, but my original comment was saying Family Guy's are out there and ready to be bought at less than the usual $5k price point. Other than art/insert wear what parts are commonly worn on less than collector quality Family Guy's?

#12 3 years ago

5200 straight cash..... He put it on ebay

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