Pinside Marketplace archive

The Pinside Marketplace Archive contains ads placed since the launch of our Market, back in 2008. You can use it to help determine game value and by looking at past marketplace ads in our market archive.


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Found 4 ads matching your search query.

Machine - For Sale
Gin Archived
As is - “Game looks to be complete somethings working somethings not. Call me 630-359-0001 Jeff”
2018-03-16
Bensenville, IL
300 (OBO)
Archived after: 1 day
Viewed: 196 times
Status: Didn't sell to Pinsider
Machine - For Sale
Gin Archived
Fully shopped/refurbished - “(Not Mine) Selling for a friend. i have seen and played this pin in person. very clean inside and out. Everything works great. I was going to put restored as i know there was s...”
2017-09-17
Pawlet, VT
700 (OBO)
Archived after: 66 days
Viewed: 301 times
Status: Not sold
Machine - For Sale
Used - shows wear, needs some work - “I have for sale a Chicago Coin GIN pinball machine in semi working condition. Playfield is with missing paint. Backglass is probably a 6 or a 7 into an scale from 0 to 10. Most of...”
2017-05-15
Ogden, UT
1
Archived after: 1 day
Viewed: 275 times
Status: Didn't sell to Pinsider
Machine - For Sale
Fully restored (full original status) - “Up for sale is a friend's Gin pinball by Chicago Coin in 1974. This machine is in very nice shape for its age and it is fully working. The playfield has some wear, but the playfiel...”
2014-02-19
New Oxford, PA
450
Archived after: 20 days
Viewed: 14 times
Status: Unknown reason:

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