If you are referring to a machine in superb+ condition with no cabinet fading, no broken ramps, no missing parts, fulling functioning heads, shaker motor, bulldozer assembly, and completely intact plastics?
If so, $4500-5000.
I rarely see one that does not have at least some type of minor problem, because owners don't want to fix the machine.
There are a lot of motor assembly EMI transistor boards.
"Collector" condition RS are generally quite rare, as they will fetch prices close to $5500-6000 in certain markets.
But, like I said they are rare, and generally sellers are going to squat on them for while, because it currently is not a "hot title", yet...
"Above average" usually references to below excellent quality.
These are what you commonly find on the market or though less meticulous dealers.
"Player condition" is $2500 if it all works right, which is doubtful.
Just look at Red and Ted's eyes...
$2000 for a beater, and most are those are gone now.
A "decent one" (nebulous description) is most likely in the above average range, not excellent.
So you are sitting in the $3k range, if the playfield and scoops are not shot.
Minus $500 if the cabinet is rough.
Everything else keeps dropping the price based on severity like the talking heads if they need rebuilt.