|Author:||Fresh Meat . <mymodem gmail>|
|Date:||9/18/2018 4:13:08 PM|
|Subject:||RE: In case you missed it|
There's a Point Blank for sale down the road from me. I'd offer $600 and hopefully settle at $800.
Back in the day there were generic arcade cabinets with easily swappable control dash boards and quick change jamma boards. That way arcade owners could easily change games in the cabinets to keep the customers coming back.
So now Bob Smith has one of these generics and so happens Joust was the last game in it and he wants $1,500 for it. brrrzzttt wrong!! It's worth $200 at most. But a Joust in a Joust cabinet with all the marquee, bezel and control panel art, maybe it's worth $1000.
People think these old cabs are worth big money and wonder why nobody answers their ad for a frogger with the attraction screen burnt permanently into the monitor.
That Point Blank in the ad above is in super shape. I used to use both guns at once, just like the movies.