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Pinball machines were hot items with Baby Boomers during the late 1980's, but demand for such " Games Room" collectibles has dropped off in recent years. Today a Demolioition derby machine would sell for about $1500.00 if in good working condition.

 

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Submitted by Anonymous (not verified)

what!! are you kidding me, you can pick up these machines on ebay all day for $50 dollars, i wish i could get 1500 for my machine, i have a demolition derby pinball machine in working shape and if i could 200 for it i would sell it.

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I think that's correct that pinball machines are not as hot as they used to be. We used to have a pinball machine store near where we live that sold antique and modern pinball machines. It went out of business and I never saw anybody ever in there. I can remember the days when everyone wanted to have either a pinball machine or a slot machine in their house.

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Please note my original comment regarding this pinball machine was made in back in 2007- it is now 2009 and Values for pinball machines have fallen off a cliff, as have other gamesroom type stuff such as juke boxes, penny scales claw machines etc..... At the time of my original post Dealers that specialize in Pinball machines were retail listing this machine in the range I quoted.

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Wonder Wizard Demolition Derby Pinball machine was made for in home use not arcade use. It is much smaller than a "real" machine. I saw someone else on another site say the value is $50-100.00 in working condition. But I have no personal info.

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Your fingers must have gone crazy when you typed $1500. It's a $50 game tops

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