I recently sold a TZ to an old friend. I delivered it to Amusement Plus, and they packed it and arranged shipping. https://www.amusementsplus.com/ . I'm not sure what they charged. My pins went into storage about ten years ago. Hyperball is one of the few that just came back to life when set up. I will admit I never got the game. I bought it at Pinball Expo in the 90's. The auctioneer described it as the worst pin ever made. However one of my young sons fell in love with it and we brought it home. With twenty plus games set up this game got as much play as any other. I now live in a house half the size, and look like an out of control hoarder. I set up some games with the need to thin the collection. I've let the neighborhood kids play my games. Several of which are on the top one hundred list, that I have no intention of selling. Hyperball seems to still be a favorite. The machine works except there is no trigger on the left handle, and the handles are not linked together as they should be. This is just how I got it, and it has not stopped peoples enjoyment of it. When I told the people at Amusement Plus I was going to sell it and felt It should be worth $1000. They told me It is a hard to find game and I should get a lot more for it. They didn't say how much more, so if you are interested at $1500. I will ask them about shipping to the UK, and sent more pictures if you want.