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Game - for sale

For sale: Jurassic Park

Added: 2023-09-27 00:04:10 UTC • Ended: October 5th, 2023
Condition: Used - shows wear, needs some work

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Price

$ 3,300

Item description

Selling my DE JP.

Game works all the way with the exception of the left/right movement on the T-Rex. I got the game with this issue and left it disabled in the settings since I’ve had it. The up/down and ball eating works as it should.

Game is fully LED and has lit flipper buttons. Wear at the scoops and some previous damage at the T-Rex saucer has been repaired.

Game has a new XPin power supply and Davi’s trough opto boards to eliminate the troublesome trough switches that plague this game normally. I do not have the topper and the pingulp stays with me.

Game is located 15 minutes west of Cleveland, OH in 44126.

Cash only, no shipping, not looking for trades. Can hold with a deposit if you need to arrange pickup.

Also have Shadow for sale. If you want both I’ll do better on a package deal.

Thanks!


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Item location

Fairview Park, OH, US

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