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Game - for sale

For sale: 4 Queens

Added: 2021-07-09 01:15:00 UTC • Ended: August 10th, 2021
Condition: Used - shows wear, needs some work

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Price

$ 600 (Firm)

Price is firm

Item description

For sale is a 1970 Bally "4 Queens" single-player EM. The playfield has very little wear. The playfield plastics are in perfect condition with no cracks or broken pieces. The backglass is in exceptionally nice condition. The cabinet is in average condition with normal wear and tear. With a little adjusting, the machine will power on and start a game, but needs an experienced EM pinball technician to troubleshoot a few minors issues, such as some switches not working. It also needs to be shopped out with new rubber bands, some light bulbs, and the playfield needs to be cleaned and waxed. The machine comes with the metal backdoor and the schematic diagram. $600 - located in the Los Angeles area.


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Item location

Los Angeles, CA, US

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