I would ABSOLUTELY pick this up but I have no way to get that beast to my place before the Holidays... Funny, as I am usually the one hauling pins for people, but that won't fit in my company vehicle (Equinox).Battlezoneman wrote:This is a somewhat rare machine. Not worth a ton (I've seen fully restored/working ones for sale in the US for less than $800), but I am sure it is still collectable. It is also technically an arcade/pin hybrid.
I would have likely picked it up just for the fun of getting it working, but it is just too far away. That and it looks to have been sitting in a garage for a long time. These things are also a royal pain in the ass if they aren't working due to all the boards and interfaces (just ask Sparky about his Discs of Tron). If you pick it up, you better know what you are getting into. In the picture there seems to be no glass over the playfield, so expect a lot of crap to have gotten in the machine.
Granny and the Gators (Hamilton): http://www.kijiji.ca/v-art-collectibles ... 1202858877
I'd buy it if it could be stored by a fellow member, but I won't ask that from anyone. We all have limited space.