Great game but that's way overpriced ($1700 - 2k would be fairly accurate). Also IIRC that's one of the scam sellers people complain about but I don't know for 100% sure.
Quoted from silver_spinner:
Game Plan old coney island
game plan old coney island made in 1979. hard to find machine. backglass is in super condition. this machine is rock solid and has been . perfect boards and clean connectors, displays. all drop targets work fine, no game resets . perfect starter game and great for the kids.
operate on quarters or just flick the coin switch with your finger.
normal ware for a 36 year old game but nice overall. well kept. strong flippers. ready to go.
Coney Island... don't see one of those every day. Tempted to buy but I've got no space. GLWS though!
Quoted from PinChili:
Just throwing it out there but I have a Johnny Mnemonic I'll list with pics soon. Probably just asking around $1800. Minor fade on the cabinet, could use a little cleaning and tweaking. Better than player condition but definitely not mint (hence, looking for a reasonable price.)
Where in Michigan are you located?
Quoted from hollywood:
If anyone in Michigan is looking for a METLE (huo), ACDC Prem (huo), LOTR, IJ, JP, SWDE, (maybe my MMRLE)....let me know. I won't post pics to clog these pages, but I can send pics where needed - we can work out fair prices from there. All games are loaded with mods (I know they add no value - but they make the games look even better )....
I am losing interest in many things and pinball appears to one of them.
Please no negativity.
I'm interested in all of those! ... except I can't afford them (at the moment). Good luck with your sale, sorry to see you getting out of the hobby, but hopefully one day you'll be able to rediscover your love for pinball.
Quoted from marcand:
IMHO, get a "Streetfighter 2" video game. That way you can swap the Jamma boards to play lots of different games. Moreover, you can get a multi-cart for it. I know a guy...
Know a guy for Street Fighter 2 or for a multi-cart? Because I'd be interested in a Street Fighter 2.
It's a hard search. I've been looking for one for a month or so now and haven't gotten a single lead
Quoted from silver_spinner:
bought an ice cold beer at the last super auctions in detroit. paid like $200 for it (needed some work). sold it for $600ish from what i recall after i fixed it and owned it a year or so. how suddenly are they so high?
They've been floating around $1,200 or $1,300 that I've seen. $2,500 seems astronomical.
I agree that once it's mastered it gets old. I think it's more a game to entertain guests.
Wish you were farther south, that's exactly what I sold mine for and now I miss it and want one back.
I struggled to sell my standard Fire at $1000 a few months ago. Had it posted for weeks with no interest.
Played great, had a nice playfield, brand new displays, some scratches on the head.
Quoted from Kawasakiltd:
One more thing before some one points it out. There is a little wear by the flippers but very common for the gottlieb system 3 games for some reason.
I heard Todd Tuckey say in one of his videos that this happens because people put standard flipper rubbers on the games, when they should be using a thinner type.
Quoted from CraZyMuffin:
Thinking about selling my AMH NIB (near the end of the run, with extras. Topper, plastic protectors, LED lighting upgrade, probably something else I am forgetting).
So tempting to open it, but I need some extra cash to finish my basement pinball/arcade room. Only trade I would consider is LOTR + cash, else I am thinking $9.5k obo.
Love my AMH. Here's a rare chance for someone to get one. Good luck with the sale!
Spooky won't allow selling/transfering spots in line of RZ. If someone leaves then they're spot defaults to the next person down on the waiting list. The best you could hope for is that he'll allow you to pay for the game through him and then he'd give it to you once he gets it, but obviously that's a very risky move. Other than that, buying it on the second hand market is the only way left.
I'll look into that and let you guys know when I get home.
Edit: Tested and it does accept tokens.
Quoted from bob_e:
you can buy cheap import machines new for $250.00
ROWE & HAMILTON STANDARD machines start at 1500+/- new
Brand, security and capacity are key pricing factors.
does it take $1.oo bills or 1.00 & 5.00 or 1,5,10,20 ?
Model is American Changer AC-300. Takes just $1 bills, has the single kick mechanism so it works instantly and perfectly every time. Internet search says capacity is 480 quarters. It also can dispense tokens, nickels, and dimes if you want to put them in there.
Looking to trade my Rob Zombie LE for a Stern plus cash, so if any of you folks looking to sell your Ghostbusters are interested, let me know.
Edit: Oh and of course I'll give a much better deal in trade than what I have the game posted for sale for.
Quoted from nosro:
That's a very tall order. You're likely to find fun or working, but not both for that price. I struggle to think of even a non-fun DMD that one can get in working condition for $1200. Shaq Attack? Popeye?
As mentioned, you're more likely to enjoy a non DMD at that price. You'll probably get lots of suggestions if you open a thread.
Quoted from nikpinball:
Id pay that much and more for all of those..... Street fighter on the other hand..... No
Better get on the road! If this was closer I would totally buy it.
Quoted from nikpinball:
Is marvin's Stonehenge? Everything was working when I went a few days ago except Indiana Jones which was having gamewide opto issues and The Hobbit in which the C rollover in lock only worked from left to right perfect roll on it. It sucked because we played 6 games and could not get multiball which is typically cake. Everything else worked great.
I think they mean here - http://www.marvin3m.com/shop.html
Superelectric's selling one in Cleveland, which is a pretty do-able drive if you're really interested.
Here's the post if you're interested - https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/for-sale-no-good-gofers-4
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