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Machines for Sale

Post Author: Chris » Thu Sep 10, 2009 8:36 am

I just sold my house so I will be packing up. I decided I would rather sell of some of my machines so I don't have to move them.

Here is what I am offering.

Nobunaga No Yabo $150
Hihouden $150
Neo Pharoah Zetz $150
Terminator (2000) $200
Beast Sapp $200

Each machine comes with approx 1000 tokens and all have volume controls already installed (except for Zetz which has a good built in and Terminator which is not too loud at the lowest setting). I can take pictures if anyone wants to see them.

Shipping in the 48 contiguous states is $89.00 and pickup is free. I only have one box so I will have to get more if more than one sells. One last note. I can only bring machines to the UPS Store on Saturdays so if you buy on Monday it won't ship until the next Saturday.
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Post Author: Devospeed » Thu Sep 10, 2009 9:21 am

Those are some really good prices and I can imagine they are in pristine condition.

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Post Author: Chris » Thu Sep 10, 2009 9:27 am

They are all in very good condition. The terminator has a little flaking on the glass around the reels due the design of the lighting inside the machine. If I need to ship it I will make sure that the parts do not rub.
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Post Author: Gman » Thu Sep 10, 2009 4:58 pm

I had a translite on the Big guns get ruined by the bulbs rubbing while shipping the seller provided a replacement translite so I didn't care.

Nice prices and you know these work perfectly.
1000 tokens is generous!

FYI: Fedex was a little cheaper than UPS on pachislo. They don't mishadle the box's as much IMHO. That price break could have changed but would be good to know if FedEx is an option for you.
I went to the site and the rate for 350 mles was $48 drop off at a FedEx location but only $38 if I scheduled a pickup. Big plus is they will come and get it.
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Post Author: METZ » Thu Sep 10, 2009 9:38 pm

if I had the cash
I would get the ZETZ!
G is starting a trend :shock:
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Post Author: yamaminjus » Thu Sep 10, 2009 9:48 pm

Good prices,
especially with 1000 tokens.
I f i lived in the upper 48 i would pick some up.

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Post Author: Gman » Fri Sep 11, 2009 10:45 pm

METZ wrote:if I had the cash
I would get the ZETZ!
G is starting a trend :shock:
Nope you had multiple pachi before I did.
variety is nice but the casino's have multiples of the popular machines.
Now it these could be wired for a progressive jackpot. :twisted:
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Post Author: METZ » Fri Sep 11, 2009 10:50 pm

that would be neat wouldnt it G!!
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Post Author: Chris » Mon Sep 14, 2009 7:04 am

hmmm...it wouldn't be that hard to link them together so that the first one to get a BB would trigger it. The payout part would be a little more difficult but not impossible. The Jackpot wouldn't get too high since it would be based on the BB signal coming from the stop board.
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Re: Machines for Sale

Post Author: Chris » Thu Sep 17, 2009 7:59 am

Update of what is left
Chris wrote: Nobunaga No Yabo $150 ** TRADED **
Hihouden $150
Neo Pharoah Zetz $150 ** SOLD **
Terminator (2000) $200 ** SOLD **
Beast Sapp $200 ** SOLD **
I also have some tokens available. $70.00 per 1000 shipped (Limited quantities available). The bags come with a variety of styles (all silver authentic tokens).
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Re: Machines for Sale

Post Author: Chris » Thu Sep 17, 2009 12:55 pm

Another Update of what is left
Chris wrote: Nobunaga No Yabo $150 ** TRADED **
Hihouden $150 ** SOLD **
Neo Pharoah Zetz $150 ** SOLD **
Terminator (2000) $200 ** SOLD **
Beast Sapp $200 ** SOLD **

No machines left to sell.
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Post Author: Gman » Thu Sep 17, 2009 1:24 pm

Congrats Chris, that was quick.

What was the trade?
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Post Author: Chris » Thu Sep 17, 2009 2:42 pm

I traded with forest for a Aladdin Ace. I have always had soft spot for Sammy machines since my first was a Sammy/Rodeo
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Post Author: yamaminjus » Thu Sep 17, 2009 9:56 pm

That was fast!
i good deals dont last long.

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Post Author: Forest » Fri Sep 18, 2009 1:32 pm

THANK YOU CHRIS



Hi everyone.
As soon as our Admin. Posted the sale I started to do some creative accounting to the toys budget. A few PM back and forth and we had a deal :thumbup:

A day or so later I received a call and was told where to go and wait.

I was met buy this guy :naka: and was blindfolded and taken to a secure underground bunker.
I was allowed to take off the blindfold and guided through a series of tunnels by two small Umpa Lumpa looking creatures. :evil5: :evil5: All the while I could hear strange hypnotic music and groups of beautiful sounding girls laughing.

After ten minutes which seemed like forever I came to a large antechamber where the largest most fierce looking dog :grommit: was guarding two huge doors. As it approached I realized my Umpa escort were nowhere to be seen. Just as I thought, this was the end the double doors swung inward and I could see the familiar glow of rack of Pachi's.

I was there in the House of Addiction
The nerve center to the entire PachisloDB world :shock:


Not really sure what happen :shaking2: but the next thing I know I'm back in the family minivan driving home with a load of new to me pachi machines :wink:

Terminator~BeastSapp~Yabo~Hihoudin

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Post Author: Chris » Fri Sep 18, 2009 1:37 pm

I almost fell of my chair. I was laughing so hard I think people at work were looking at me weirder than they normally do. It was great meeting ya and talking pachi. I hope we can do it again sometime soon.

and before I forget. Happy Birthday Wyatt (Forest's now 5 year old son)
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Post Author: Forest » Fri Sep 18, 2009 5:22 pm

Wyatt thanks you :occasion9:
He really enjoyed meeting the ferocious beast :dog:

1st opinion~

Terminator~ looks great and is perfect with 007 and Rocky they all play a little different.

Hihoudin ~ This machine has so many features it hard to know whats most impressive.
1. Interactive doors over the video screen
2. A bass sub woofer which blows air at you from a vent
beneath the stop buttons.
3. A colored transparent plastic coin tray which refracts a
light and makes the plastic look like it is lit within
(I'll post a pic)
4 A strobe light near the token return shoot which turn on
when the machine dispenses tokens Wow
5 The stop button have a faceted appearance
There more but you get the idea

Beast Sapp~ OMG :shock: enough said

Yabo~ Don't know never got beyond the beast :tongue:

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Post Author: JMSVERO » Fri Sep 18, 2009 8:25 pm

Another great pachi sale/trade and as usual, everyone is a happy camper. Congrats to everyone.
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Post Author: METZ » Fri Sep 18, 2009 8:36 pm

GREAT GREAT story and nice pictures
thats how a deal should go down 8)
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Post Author: JMSVERO » Fri Sep 18, 2009 9:23 pm

We always hear of crappy sales, it is really good to hear about great sales and trades. Like Metz said, thats how a trade should go down.

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