Thanks for the advice.
Problem is, no one is interrested.....
I have a NOS backglass, a new playfield layover, new plastics, a really nice cabinet and backbox to swap everything into it, plus the game works all the way, but I don't really want to spend all my time on this project.
I could let everything (with the game of course) go for 1000$.
Is the price too high for all of this?
The challenge is you are basically selling a kit. While you have a working game, the ad mentions it is dry rot. This will scare away many buyers.
You are looking for a buyer that doesn't mind doing the work. And that type of buyer would likely prefer a nice original playfield over a new overlay.
I think your price is in range to the right buyer. Maybe $800 and it will sell. Tough to say. But you will need a buyer that is wiling to do all the work to end up with a nice game. Also, better pictures will help an interested buyer access the condition of the game.
I think a nice KoD is in the $1,200 to $1,500 range. That's the price I see when they come up for sale.
The EM market is smaller than the DMD market and it might take awhile to find the right buyer.
Best bet is to bring it to a show, advertise before hand and try to have it pre-sold with delivery at the show.