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WTB: KnockOut Gottlieb 1950


By valentin27

7 years ago



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#1 7 years ago

Hi!

I am looking for a Gottlieb Knock Out 1950 pinball machine.

Many thanks!
Valentin

#4 7 years ago

I was looking through your restore work on Old Chicago. Incredible work.

#6 7 years ago

Anybody know estimated production numbers? I have seen a half dozen in peoples collections.

#7 7 years ago
Quoted from jeffspinballpalace:

Anybody know estimated production numbers

According IPDB: 3000 units

#8 7 years ago

Another question, what is the average value of Knock Out ?

2 months later
#10 6 years ago

Hi Guys,

I have a restored 1950 Gottlieb Knockout for sale...

Please contact me if interested. I WILL ship overseas for the right price!!

#12 6 years ago

I'm not getting mine done this year - other priorities came up

Scott

#13 6 years ago

My buddy just sold one, it was in very nice original shape, he got between $4000-4500 for it. Again, it was in really great OEM condition.

#14 6 years ago

Anyone know what the repro playfields are worth these days ?

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, MI.
269-979-3836

#16 6 years ago

John - I may be interested in that playfield - Is it your or Ron's?

Scott

#17 6 years ago

Its mine. Using it for a wall hanger at the moment. Almost bought a populated playfield a year or two ago....

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

#18 6 years ago

Looking to get $4800, but that is negotiable. I never posted on a forum before, can I upload pics here or do I need to email them?

#19 6 years ago

Juke,

Just use the "Attach files or Images" section at the bottom of the page when you write or edit a post

#20 6 years ago

Ok thanks Way2wyrd...

Pictures coming soon guys!!!

#22 6 years ago

Here are some of the pics.. More are available

Thanks, Chris

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#23 6 years ago

Backglass is 100% original with no chips or flakes, machine has been professionally shopped out with new rubbers, light bulbs adn so on. It plays perfect.. and all animation works.

These pictures of the cabinet were during the restoration process. Cabinet is finished and complete and looks great.

The machine needs to go, so lets get together and make a deal.

Money talks!!!

Thanks, Chris

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#25 6 years ago
Quoted from juke_man:

Hi Guys,
I have a restored 1950 Gottlieb Knockout for sale...
Please contact me if interested. I WILL ship overseas for the right price!!

After seeing the pictures this is restored? Or just shopped with a cabinet repaint? Nice backglass, but filthy bumper skirts...hmm.

#26 6 years ago

As I previously stated, the pictures were DURING the restoration process. They were not of the finished product. So please read everything before the sarcastic comments are posted.

I spent alot of time and money in this machine and it looks great as a finished product.

#27 6 years ago

Looks great juke_man

#28 6 years ago

Thank you hellodeadcity!!

#29 6 years ago
Quoted from juke_man:

As I previously stated, the pictures were DURING the restoration process. They were not of the finished product. So please read everything before the sarcastic comments are posted.
I spent alot of time and money in this machine and it looks great as a finished product.

It was not a sarcastic comment, it was an observation. I assumed that was a finished product since it looks to have new rubber, targets, pop caps etc....

Hard to get what something is worth if what you are showing is not the finished product. Maybe show some pictures of what it looks like finished??

2 months later
#30 6 years ago

Hi ! Happy New Year !

I see the topic is alive, great.
Unfortunately I didn't receive email alert to see it before.

I give priority to an unrestored machine for the moment.

Thank you all.

1 month later
#31 6 years ago

Up, still looking for a KnockOut. I arrange the international shipping.

1 month later
#32 6 years ago

Up, missed a realy nice one few days ago...

#33 6 years ago

Knockout is a fun pin and a real beauty! Good luck with your search

#34 6 years ago

Believe it or not there is one of these on location at Spring Lake in Burrilville, RI. Tiny private beach arcade only open during the summer. It used to be sitting next to a Big Bang Bar.

#35 6 years ago

I still have my Wade Krauss Knockout playfield hanging on the wall if someone needs it instead of hanging onto there crazy money. I've also got a new World Champ playfield too.

John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.
269-979-3836

1 month later
#37 6 years ago

Awesome game. I traded my pf, and I would like to find a used one to restore. So if anyone has one to sell, let me know. I am not trying to poach your thread, this will bump it up there.
good luck, ron k
BTW I cant help it, I call the game rock em sock em robots

1 month later
#38 6 years ago

Monthly up

#39 6 years ago

keep on hunting!!!

1 month later
#40 6 years ago

Topic started one year ago but still looking for a nice machine

#41 6 years ago

Wow. Commitment.

2 months later
#43 5 years ago
Quoted from ChadTower:

Believe it or not there is one of these on location at Spring Lake in Burrilville, RI.

That is amazing!

How much per play/still using the 5-cent coin mech?

7 months later
#44 5 years ago

Did you find a Knockout? If not there is one one Ebay now.

#45 5 years ago

I have one available in Lyons Colorado $3400. PM me for more info.

1 year later
#46 3 years ago

I found it ! Thanks all.

#47 3 years ago

Nice!
Backstory? Pics?

#48 3 years ago

Knock Out is rad, even though I've only played in Microsoft Pinball Arcade. Congrats on the sweet pick up.

#49 3 years ago

Wade Krause is doing another run of Knock Out next year. Price should be between $700 and $800.

#50 3 years ago
Quoted from PhilGreg:

Backstory? Pics?

I forgot to update the thread. I bought it few months ago and is now in my storage unit.
BG is nice and original, cabinet nice, playfield with usual wear but not huge (I don't think I will put a new playfield on it).

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