(Topic ID: 296104)

Williams FunHouse Worth? (NJ)

By funrudy

3 months ago



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#1 3 months ago

Thinking of possibly selling my Williams FunHouse.

Doug Huse Cabinet
Brand New Playfield
Doug Huse completed all assembly (by Doug Huse himself!)
Pat Lawlor & John Youssi signed translite.

Located in NJ.

Not sure what's its worth as I have seen $5K to 11K.

Thanks for your input.

#2 3 months ago
Quoted from funrudy:

Thinking of possibly selling my Williams FunHouse.
Doug Huse Cabinet
Brand New Playfield
Doug Huse completed all assembly (by Doug Huse himself!)
Pat Lawlor & John Youssi signed translite.
Located in NJ.
Not sure what's its worth as I have seen $5K to 11K.
Thanks for your input.

Nobody cares about the signed translite.

But it sounds like a nice game with new cabinet and playfield.

Uhhh....$8,000?

I mean who the hell knows. These price check threads are always silly. The only way to know is to put it up for sale and take some abuse/offers. Eventually you'll figure out what it's "worth."

#4 3 months ago

The correct answer is “whatever ONE buyer will pay for it”

But we don’t have enough info to even guess. Post some photos, or better yet - a for sale ad!
Nobody knows how to price right now, so price it high and write “OR BEST OFFER” every other line in your description

#5 3 months ago

$8,500

#6 3 months ago

Funhouse prices have gone way up lately. Could be over 10k if it's as nice as it sounds.

#7 3 months ago

Problem with these threads is you get a bunch of hyped up opinions (or hyped down) from a bunch of people who do not actually intend to buy the game.

When I read your thread I think "non original playfield and non original cabinet" and I feel that negatively impacts value. Others like restored games and will pay a lot more. The opinions of a bunch of internet people not opening their wallets for your game (mine included) matter not.

Put it up for sale and ask for offers. Then you know what it is worth.

#8 3 months ago
Quoted from brainmegaphone:

Problem with these threads is you get a bunch of hyped up opinions (or hyped down) from a bunch of people who do not actually intend to buy the game.
When I read your thread I think "non original playfield and non original cabinet" and I feel that negatively impacts value. Others like restored games and will pay a lot more. The opinions of a bunch of internet people not opening their wallets for your game (mine included) matter not.
Put it up for sale and ask for offers. Then you know what it is worth.

Thanks for all the input. I do know there are the purists vs the restorers out there. It is what it is.
I'll grab so picts and put it up. Much appreciated to all who posted.

2 months later
#9 17 days ago

Dialed In Le or Jurassic Park premium?Looks like one of these will be my next game. Both going for the same price.D In seems like a good bang for the buck overall.JP has a better theme and looks like a solid game. Any thoughts on fun and longevity here

#10 17 days ago
Quoted from locksmith:

Dialed In Le or Jurassic Park premium?Looks like one of these will be my next game. Both going for the same price.D In seems like a good bang for the buck overall.JP has a better theme and looks like a solid game. Any thoughts on fun and longevity here

Sorry wrong thread

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