(Topic ID: 115348)

WTB Gorgar


By Hasty

6 years ago



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#1 6 years ago

WTB Gorgar in the Missouri area, but I'd consider anything that's within a days drive. I bought my first machine recently from a member of this board, Fast-Ed (Who was a cool guy to meet), and my buddy and I saw his Gorgar and both immediately though it was awesome.

I don't mind giving a fair price as long as it's a machine that doesn't need tons of work or is in horrible cosmetic condition.

#2 6 years ago
Quoted from Hasty:

as long as it's a machine that doesn't need tons of work or is in horrible cosmetic condition.

Gorgar is great (really cool actually) . . . tough to find one that doesn't need work though. I'd love to see a high end restore on a Gorgar, would be awesome.

Good luck with the search, let us know what you find.

#3 6 years ago

Hasty

I was trolling yesterday and came across this check it out...
york.craigslist.org link

#4 6 years ago

CaptP, that's an interesting deal for sure. Coincidentally, my buddy that helped me move the Ice Fever has family in Williamsport, a couple hours from there. I think it may be a little further than I'm willing to go though.

#5 6 years ago

Hasty, welcome to pinside. How's the ice fever doing? Gorgar is very hard to find with a good playfield. If I run on to one I'll let you know. Ed

#6 6 years ago
Quoted from CaptP:

Hasty
I was trolling yesterday and came across this check it out...
york.craigslist.org link

Listed as an "antique"!

#7 6 years ago

It's doing great! We made it back and set it up in at my office building in Camdenton that night (but didn't turn it on because it was a cold) It was a late night for sure.

Initially I had the Ice Fever at the end of the hallway, so you walked in the door and saw a lone pinball machine at the end of a 70 feet long hallway. It was vaguely similar to a scene from The Shining. lol I feel a little bit more like a curator with that machine because it's in incredibly good original condition and it's not too common.

I'd sure appreciate the heads-up if you see one. I realize it's not likely to find one that needs nothing. At least the parts seem to have decent availability.

#8 6 years ago

I have one in decent working condition but I am a ways from you-in northern Florida.

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