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By doughslingers

3 years ago


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#1 3 years ago

Just checking as lots of activity going on with shows in Ohio and Vegas. Might be a great time to make some purchases! Link http://www.auctiongamesales.com

Buddy


#2 3 years ago

Wow just had a friend drop off some games and the Kingsport auction and called me with the Ramey action news auction report. It is the most crowded auction in over atleast a year. I was guessing with the Ohio show going on at the same time and some even bigger amusement players going to Vegas for show there, the equipment would be on the lighter side. I could not be more wrong. There is over 30 pins including 3 Addams Family, 2 South Parks, RFM, T3, Nascar, the usual Dale Jr at every auction, Sega Lost World, Elvis, Last Action Hero, Cue Ball Wizard, Shaq, Funhouse!, G Island, TOM, WPT, WMS Indy Jones, 2 Monday Night Footballs one with out a backglass, 12 pins on pallets older ones like Big Indian, Pioneer, Grand Prix and more. the biggest surprise was three high end restorations by Fab Fantasies. I posted a picture my friend took of these great classic Bally pins. There is even a Tron there. I feel my wallet getting lighter and I didnt even have to go to Ohio. I hope there more people in Ohio this sale!
Buddy


#3 3 years ago

Tron huh ,,, I'm Gett-n the Itch !!!


#4 3 years ago

hmph.. LAH or one of the MNFs is all that would interest me.. all the rest will go for way too much.


#5 3 years ago

anyone got some hammer prices to post yet?


#6 3 years ago

80 pins. Prices were not amazing but not terrible. Sorry i didnt record them. Picked myself up an F14.


#7 3 years ago
doughslingers said:

the usual Dale Jr at every auction


#8 3 years ago

Very few A-list titles. Lots of meh 90's Gottliebs and EMs. Most EMs went for around 200. Thought of grabbing my dad one. One of the rarest was Al's Garage Band Goes On World Tour which sold for around 1000.


#9 3 years ago

What Price range did the IJ 's go for , also the Tron ? Any prices posted anywhere ?


#10 3 years ago

I didn't get all the prices, but I got some of them.

Twister went for $1900. Tron was $3900. The two LAHs went for $1100 and $850 but I don't know the story on them.

South Park $1400. Jurassic Park $1550. Elvis $2700.

Kiss went for $2800 and the 3 TAFs went for $3000, $3300, and $3100. One of them had something wrong with it but I don't know the details.

Like Jobi said, the prices were alright. Not great, not terrible, just ok. That Captain Fantastic was pretty awesome though. I think it sold for $2400.


#11 3 years ago

I Missed a Good Auction ,, I Would've bought that Tron... Thanxx Cubbie


#12 3 years ago

IJ was in the high 3s and was being tempermental all day.


#13 3 years ago
doughslingers said:

Wow just had a friend drop off some games and the Kingsport auction and called me with the Ramey action news auction report. It is the most crowded auction in over atleast a year. I was guessing with the Ohio show going on at the same time and some even bigger amusement players going to Vegas for show there, the equipment would be on the lighter side. I could not be more wrong. There is over 30 pins including 3 Addams Family, 2 South Parks, RFM, T3, Nascar, the usual Dale Jr at every auction, Sega Lost World, Elvis, Last Action Hero, Cue Ball Wizard, Shaq, Funhouse!, G Island, TOM, WPT, WMS Indy Jones, 2 Monday Night Footballs one with out a backglass, 12 pins on pallets older ones like Big Indian, Pioneer, Grand Prix and more. the biggest surprise was three high end restorations by Fab Fantasies. I posted a picture my friend took of these great classic Bally pins. There is even a Tron there. I feel my wallet getting lighter and I didnt even have to go to Ohio. I hope there more people in Ohio this sale!
Buddy

I love the classic ballys but those three looked like someone polished a turd in the picture. They never had all that shine from the factory. Looks out of place to me.


#14 3 years ago

Those 3 were gorgeous. They looks so nice i didn't want to play them. I guess you can interpret that as good or a bad thing.


#15 3 years ago

Here's a List of Pin's that were at the Auction and the Price they sold for !!

Lw3. 750
Jackbot 1200
WCS, 900
F14 700
Sheriff 175
Royal guard. 150
Soccer 175
Airport 175
Rock and Bullwinkle black 1375
Twister 1900
Flash 425
Teed off. 950
Tron 3900
HS2 1500
Fire 875
LAH 1100
South Park 1400
JP 1550
Harley Davidson SEGA 1300
GI 1050
Elvis 2700
MS Frankenstein 900
Shaq 950
Cue Ball Wizard 900
Big Guns 700
LAH 850
NFL Cowboys 2000
RFM 950 not working
T3 1690
Galaxy. 350
Barb Wire 900
Kiss 2825
Wizard. 2400
Cpt fantastic. 2400
Nascar 1800
Black Knight 700
Eight ball 550
rocky and bullwinkle 1375
Highspeed 800
Cue Ball Wizard 750
Future Spa 325
Shaq 500
Funhouse Not working 1600
TAF 3000
TOM 3650
GI 1300
IJ 3800
TAF 3300
WPT 1650
TAF 3100
Dale jr. 2000
Jet spin 200
Far out 175
Grand Prix 200
Pioneer No sale
Jungle queen No sale
Far Out 200
Space Odyssey 200
Big Indian No sale
Abra ca sabra No sale
Grand slam 200
Embryon 800
Airborn Avenger 175
Monday Night Football 300 not on
Baywatch 900
Playboy 35th Aniversary 750
Monday Night Football 450
BOP 475
World Challenge Soccer. 575
Pinball Pool 225
Sharkys Shootout 1200
R911 750
Al's Garage World Tour 950
JP 1550
WCS 1050


#16 3 years ago

I'd go broke with that selection of pins, selling for those prices up here.

/me is green with envy


#17 3 years ago

Even with the Juice there's a few good deals in there, depending on condition of course.


#18 3 years ago

It was my first time there: large convention center, plenty of convenient parking, etc.

Good to see a nice assortment there. 75 pins in single file! Like others said, with the fees (if your not exempt) and considering their conditions, most prices were where they should be. I didn't pick up anything, but had a good time.

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#19 3 years ago

$3800 for an IJ with that much fade? Wow.


#20 3 years ago

were those prices plus the 10 percent? if so no real good deals


#21 3 years ago

Those were the hammer prices. From what I understand, it could be as high as 20% on top if you're not a business, not a seller, and not tax exempt.


#22 3 years ago
southbound said:

Those were the hammer prices. From what I understand, it could be as high as 20% on top if you're not a business, not a seller, and not tax exempt.

20% That's correct , and add another 3% if you pay w/ Credit card.. Cash is King ,

And I can't believe Twister sold for $ 1900.00 .. Glad you made it Home safe Southbound ..


#23 3 years ago
BLACK_ROSE said:

I Missed a Good Auction ,, I Would've bought that Tron... Thanxx Cubbie

Yeah man, I'll be picking up a Tron this year as well, seeking one here in FL if possible.


#24 3 years ago

I would have taken Al's Garage tour!


#25 3 years ago

im tax exempt



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