Message from discussion $500 Gorgar Opinions
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From: John Dayhuff <pinhead6...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: $500 Gorgar Opinions
Date: Sun, 26 Feb 2012 10:07:06 -0800 (PST)
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On Feb 26, 1:01=A0pm, Galt <troyandan...@comcast.net> wrote:
> Found a non working Gorgar for $500. =A0From the pictures and
> description, the cabinet, playfield and backglass look very good.
> =A0Everything is there and the owner says that =A0it blows a fuse when he
> turns it on. =A0It did work a few years ago.
> I am going to look at the machine now. =A0I will look for the obvious,
> water damage, battery leakage etc.
> What else is a deal killer for a $500 Gorgar? =A0What should I look for?
> I have found working machines in rough shape for $700.
Personally I stay away from the game, at almost any price. Very hard
to sell it when the time comes. Atleast around here. I've had two of
them and both were nice, shopped and working 100% and I struggled to
get $450 out of them. Its one of those games that everyone wants but
nobody can buy because its got the devil on it and there wife,
girlfriend, kids, preacher.......wont like the game.
$500 for a non working one?? I'd run and not walk away if it were me,
but thats just my two cents.
John P. Dayhuff
Battle Creek, Mi.