Totally agree with Davey, some great games ^^^ to often these games get overlooked and are some of the best bang for buck games out there.Steve - there are a lot of fantastic wpc89/95 games that are great bang for buck. Sub 2k, lots to do, easy to fix (and a ton of knowledge here when you can't) great for a first machine.
Shadow, demo man, judge dredd, t2 , getaway, fish tales, black rose, Dr who, Johnny mnemonic...
All good games, all common, one will pop up in no time at a good price. That's you're best bet imo.
Might be a bit over priced for its condition , it's hard to tell. eBay pricing seems somewhat inflated, so if you can get a machine from someone here as your first one, you'll be getting one that you know is in reasonable order.Yep that's the one, but it's a bit more than I can afford to be fair
Yes, not quite the entrance to the pinball community I was after.
What I should have done, is what Steve is rightly doing. Ask for advice here.
I did not do that.
It's tough to say from the pics and the description. I'm after a BoP or Pinbot as a project and I wasn't going to pay 1500 for that one.Yep but is it worth the £1500
Thanks for the info
I can't discuss Getaway, my shrink says it's too soon and I've come such a long way with my recovery.What's the going rate for a getaway, looks fun on you tube
I was looking at both but the Dutch one is a bit out of my price rangeI can't discuss Getaway, my shrink says it's too soon and I've come such a long way with my recovery.
In all honesty, I don't know what they are worth now. Mine owes me £43,821 quid so it's likely a keeper. (I had to spend a few quid sorting it out, plus it being my first pin, I spent money I likely didn't need to).
Are you looking at Dutch BoP on eBay or the one I linked to?
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