Advertise it as a 'Group Buy' on here Maybe it'll go like fishpaper, and even people who don't have those machines will end up buying them, "just in case they happen to own one in the future!"Wow, very good, a pretty obscure part, typical that I have a bag full of them!
Some of those those prices Mind you some are high for back then considering machines were bought basically blind ...Williams 'Fire' for 500+ ??
They were cheap prices as not many people knew about the first auction, that was rectified at the second auction thanks to that report in pinball news. Most items went for ebay prices or higher even though they were buying blind. http://www.pinballnews.com/news/paradise2.htmlSome of those those prices Mind you some are high for back then considering machines were bought basically blind ...Williams 'Fire' for 500+ ??
Stern didn't usually stretch to custom artwork on the apron/cardholder, just different colour options; e.g. Seawitch has the same design in shades of blue. Even the widened item for the wide-body games used it.