Quoted from PinballTilt:
Hey guys. I wanted to pass on the news that there is a pinbot at Buckeye Thrift in Mansfield Ohio. It has a 3k price tag on it and they would have sold it for $1200. I looked at it with the intent to buy it after seeing an ad for it but it's in rough shape. The grid was worn to wood in spots and the rest of the field was faded and swirled pretty bad. Some wear around some inserts. It played a game and the visor worked. Cabinet had missing paint in spots and missing chunks on the backbox and lower head. Translite wasn't silkscreened but was good. I couldnt get the glass off to look for battery leakage. Plastics and ramps looked good but all rubbers were crumbled. They wouldn't take $800 which was what I thought it was worth.
I think $800 is fair for the condition it's in.
Quoted from lancestorm:
Getting in the middle of domestic disputes / situations is dangerous for cops, yet alone a pin hauler. This is a random internet stranger, who knows what you are walking into. Glad she got some assistance, but I'd make sure I wasn't alone.
Very True! I was thinking the same thing!
I'm still on the hunt for a Pinbot! It can be a project or players condition pin. Let me know if you have one you would like to sell. Thanks!
Hi fellow Pinsiders. I’m wondering if anybody local has a good condition Flash playfield or backglass you may be willing to sell. Let me know if you do. Thanks!
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