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Stern Catacomb $6500 NZ and Split Second $4500 NZ


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Three classic Sterns for sale.

 

All in really tidy original condition. Those who have been to my place in Pukekohe know I keep my machines pretty tidy and in full working order.

 

Happy to work in with your shippers, I’ll pack them in cardboard for shipping.

 

1/ Catacomb - PRICE DROP TO $6500 NZD

 

as you can see in the pics, really nice original condition.

 

Playfield is pretty minty, as is backglass.

 

Shopped and rerubbered two years ago.

 

2/ Iron Maiden. SOLD

 

3/ Split Second. PRICE DROP TO $4500 NZD.

 

tidy original condition, some wear to the tigers on the Pf as per pics.

 

Two new boards, new LED displays. Backglass has some flaked areas.

 

Shopped and rerubbered two years ago.

 

4/ Bell Games Flash Gordon. SOLD

 

 

— See below for shipping rates to Aussie.

 

— FYI Iron Maiden is heading to Brisbane, so if you want your pin to tag along with that one, your shipping will be cheaper.

 

— if you want a deal on both the remaining games, hit me up.

 

cheaper than buying them in the States! :)

 

Dave.

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I’ve had a couple of offers on individual machines ...

 

Feel free to fire them through and I’ll give them consideration.

 

My idea behind selling the 3 together was that shipping to one destination would be pretty reasonable.

 

Anyway - hit me up if you have any questions.

 

Open to maybe moving some other machines if the deal is right. Maybe. :)

 

Dave.

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Several have asked “how much for freight to Aussie�

 

so I asked ... here is what he said.

 

 

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OK thanks Dave.

 

Try talking the buyer into taking three units(!)….much, much cheaper (per each) than the cost of doing an induvial machine!

 

I’d say allow NZ$365.00 for 1 x unit from our depot to arrival SYD or BNE port if shipped in one of our future consolidation containers.

 

But three (3) units shipped same time to the same destination would be NZ$615.00 (or NZ$205.00 apiece).

 

Australian arrival charges and GST additional in all cases

 

— — —

 

pretty cheap!

 

Dave.

 

 

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Updated with new prices

 

Hi Dave, hope you are all well.

Having played a few games at yours I too can confirm their excellent condition and how well they play.

Wondering what some of those other titles are you may move on?

That Iron Maiden is landing a few suburbs away so I'd be keen to see if I can get something late 70's early 80's is my go to generally.

Bought the BALLY STAR TREK when I came home from yours in 2020

It's nowhere near your minty machine but it became a must have.

Thanks for that. Ha Ha:lol

PM if that's easier

 

Cheers,

 

Beardy Dave - The Brisbane Invasion:lol:lol

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Added a Bell Games Flash Gordon ... just for Beardy Dave! :)

 

rd

 

A Bell games project Flash Gordon sold in oz about 3 years ago. No doubt very rare - that's the only other one I have ever heard of anywhere.

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A Bell games project Flash Gordon sold in oz about 3 years ago. No doubt very rare - that's the only other one I have ever heard of anywhere.

 

I’ve never seen one before.

 

No doubt there are some around Europe ... but can’t be many of them.

 

rd

 

 

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A Bell games project Flash Gordon sold in oz about 3 years ago. No doubt very rare - that's the only other one I have ever heard of anywhere.

 

@rotordave I remember that one.

It was at the end of the Isle

What is the go re:Bells? Is this a side company or a prototype?

And

Is that cab Flash?

or is that part of the Bells bit.:unsure

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So i went looking on the WWW and found some info on Bell Games that explains things well and the games they should I say adjusted?

Looks like I've learnt something today....

Who would have thunk it...:lol

Now @rotordave how much was METEOR again:unsure

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Meteor is a game that will never leave.

 

If I only had 10 games, Meteor would be one of them. :)

 

Re FG - Bell Games was an Italian company that bought parts off Bally and assembled in Europe. There were a number of them in the 70s/80s, no doubt to avoid import taxes on goods from the USA.

 

I presume they made their own cabinets in Italy to save on the freight/tax.

 

rd

 

 

 

 

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Meteor is a game that will never leave.

 

If I only had 10 games, Meteor would be one of them. :)

 

Re FG - Bell Games was an Italian company that bought parts off Bally and assembled in Europe. There were a number of them in the 70s/80s, no doubt to avoid import taxes on goods from the USA.

 

I presume they made their own cabinets in Italy to save on the freight/tax.

 

rd

 

 

 

 

The more you know!

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The more you know!

 

No different from LAI in Aussie ... they bought the parts off Stern in the 70s/80s and assembled them in Aussie.

 

Even had their own “Aussie only� model ...

Cosmic Princess.

 

Saved on all the import duties that were around in the old days.

 

Plus, you can fit hundreds of playfields and backglasses in a container ... but only 20-30 complete pins. ;)

 

rd

 

 

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Playboy?:unsure

Harlem Globetrotters?:unsure

6 Million Dollar Man?:unsure

Evil Kinevil?:unsure

 

Just trying to help out here Dave, these are all on my list....At some point...:lol

 

I figure if you only want 10 you have a lot to sell....Can't hurt in asking....

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Playboy?:unsure

Harlem Globetrotters?:unsure

6 Million Dollar Man?:unsure

Evil Kinevil?:unsure....

 

playboy - don’t have one

 

Harlem ... never

 

6M$M ... don’t have one

 

Evel Knievel ... never

 

lol

 

but as a bonus I will leave you with some pictures of my Evel Knievel that I restored. Maybe the nicest one on the plannnnetttttt! ;-)

 

rd

 

 

 

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