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Auction Results: June 21, 2014

This auction was a lot bigger than the one in April, and there were some real treasures to be had--especially if you are a TRON fan. One collector was selling his collection, and he brought four TRON-related machines: two TRON's (an upright and a cocktail), and two Discs of TRON games--a normal upright and an environmental--which is one of the Holy Grails of coin-op collecting! In addition, there were cocktail versions of Defender and Tapper (the Budweiser version), as well as a couple of other games you don't see a lot of like Nibbler and Mr. Do's Castle.

The pinball selection wasn't bad, but there was nothing spectacular. Since I didn't see anything I wanted, I only stayed until they finished the classics row. I'll see if I can find the pinball results elsewhere. If I do, I'll post them.

Video Game Prices
Game
Price
Notes
1943
$150
 
Defender (Cocktail)
$225
Working!
Discs of TRON (Environmental)
$3300
Pristine and 100% working. A true collector's piece.
Discs of TRON (Upright)
$1600
 
Frogger (Cocktail)
$125
Working!
Galaga
$575
Nice. (I wanted this, but not enough to bid higher than $400.)
Gauntlet Dark Legacy
$150
 
Hogan's Alley (Nintendo "Red Tent" Cocktail)
$200
 
Mortal Kombat
$150
 
Mr. Do's Castle
$150
Looked like a dedicated version.
Ms. Pac-Man
$250
Not working.
Ms. Pac-Man/Galaga Reunion
$375
Ugly conversion.
Multicade
$125
25" monitor (which was dim); ugly cabinet.
Multicade (Cabaret)
$300
 
Multicade
$700
Looked new.
Multicade
$750
 
Multicade
$375
485-in-1.
Multicade
$1000
New.
Multicade
$950
New.
Multicade
$425
 
Multicade (Cocktail)
$300
60-in-1 iCade; home version (no coin door); Harley Davidson-themed cabinet.
Multicade (Cocktail)
$350
60-in-1 iCade; home version (no coin door); Harley Davidson-themed cabinet.
Multicade (Cocktail)
$800
 
Neo-Geo (2-Slot)
$250
 
Neo-Geo (4-Slot)
$175
 
Neo-Geo (1-Slot)
$150
 
Nibbler
$175
 
Pandora's Palace
$150
 
Pole Position
$100
Working and nice.
Pole Position
$75
RAM error.
Popeye
$200
 
Rush 'N Attack
$100
 
Shinobi
$125
 
Street Fighter
$200
 
Strider
$125
 
Tapper (Cocktail--Budweiser Version)
$400
Not a bad deal...guess people prefer the upright.
Tetris
$75
In a kid-sized cabinet (about 3.5 feet tall).
Time Pilot '84
$175
Conversion in an Omega Race cabinet.
TRON
$800
Pristine.
TRON (Cocktail)
$500
 
Two Tigers
$175
Conversion in a TRON cabinet.
WWF Superstars
$350
 
X-Men vs. Street Fighter
$125
 
Zaxxon
$100
Not working.

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Pinball Prices
Game
Price
Notes
Demolition Man
 
Earthshaker
$850
Worn playfield, but seemed to be working fine.
Elektra
 
Family Guy
 
Gold Wings
First time I've seen one. Weird layout and crappy score display...not very impressive.
Indiannapolis 500
$2100
Locked, so I couldn't play it. Too bad...I really wanted to try it in non-virtual form.
Hitter's Rally (Baseball)
 
Lightning
 
Monopoly
$2000
First time I got to play one. Not impressed.
Monopoly
$2000
 
Nightmare on Elm Street
 
Police Force
$900
 
Rocky and Bullwinkle
 
Rolling Stones (Stern)
$3100
First time I got to play one. Kinda "meh."
The Simpsons (Data East)
 
The Simpsons Pinball Party
$2950
 
South Park
 
Tales from the Crypt
$2000
 
UltraPin
 

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