(Topic ID: 107003)

WTB: Indy 500 - CQ or CQish Condition

By Multiball1

7 years ago



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#1 7 years ago

Looking for an Indianapolis 500 in Collector Quality Condition or Close to it

(Please PM Me)

* Playfield is most important to me and must be in perfect shape without the need for a cliffy to cover up wear. (Would love a cleared one, but not required)

* Cabinet must have original factory decals with little to no fade.
(Will consider re-decaled machines if it was restored by one of the Big 3/4 Restorers - pls don't ask who)

* Translite must be NOS and flawless.

* Damaged playfield plastics/ramps are not a deal breaker providing the replacement is available.

* Boards do not have to match but can't have any hacks/burn.

* Machine must be working 100%.

I'm located in New York so I'd prefer one located in the Northeast/East Coast but for the right machine would consider a road trip or shipping. I once made a one day trip to Ohio to pick up a machine.

Thanks!

#2 7 years ago

Just a bump for the morning crowd to see a thread started late last night.
Thanks.

#3 7 years ago

TGIF!!
No matter how stressful the week is somehow friend always seems good.....

#4 7 years ago

Sir, I commend you on your quest. I bought my beat- up I500 a year ago, and LOVE it. I think its one of the most fun pins ever.
I would love to see one of these CQ. Please post pics if you find one...good luck !

#5 7 years ago

There were like 2 for sale last week.

#6 7 years ago

Good Luck, by chance I discovered this pin and was able to buy one in great condition.

This is my faovrite in my small collection, I just love it and if you bomb out on a game you don't get frustrated.

#7 7 years ago

RobT had one for sale, not sure if it's still for sale.

#8 7 years ago

Robt sold his

#9 7 years ago
Quoted from Atomicboy:

RobT had one for sale, not sure if it's still for sale.

Thanks. Yeah, I was speaking with Rob about his machine when it was for sale. A great guy and a really beautiful machine. Unfortunately coast to coast shipping costs were over $500. On a pin in this price range shipping really adds a significant percentage to the cost basis.

#10 7 years ago
Quoted from Gryszzz:

Sir, I commend you on your quest. I bought my beat- up I500 a year ago, and LOVE it. I think its one of the most fun pins ever.
I would love to see one of these CQ. Please post pics if you find one...good luck !

Quoted from indybru:

Good Luck, by chance I discovered this pin and was able to buy one in great condition.
This is my faovrite in my small collection, I just love it and if you bomb out on a game you don't get frustrated.

It just goes to show you whether you have a beater or one in great condition, Indy 500 really is a blast to play. I had one that I would say was in "middle of the road" condition. I've been significantly downsizing my collection and I sold it last December. Usually not until you sell a machine that you realize how much you enjoyed it.

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