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Offline cuccimvne

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So I have this arcade machine my father in law wants to sale don’t really know what it’s worth it’s in great condition and works too.

Offline FUNWIZ

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From what I can tell, it looks like an original cabinet. Does the wood have any damage, cracks or termites?  Now we have to look at the insides, is it using original boards? Does it have the original monitor?  All those things can raise or lower the value amount of the machine.  Just looking at a picture is not going to raise it’s value, too many fakes.
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looks legit, 25" monitor, assuming that's a good nanao (they have issues more often than not).

at minimum, it needs new t-molding. as it sits in florida, that game would tend to pull about $1500 give or take.

in vegas, you'll get more just from location. california tends to pull 15-20% more in arcade value than florida does.
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