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SOLD Road Show

Discussion in 'Pinball Machines / Parts FOR SALE' started by jbenaiah, Jun 17, 2018.

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  1. jbenaiah

    jbenaiah Member

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    Was casually thinking of trading my Road Show, but have seen a few machines that have motivated me to list it for sale. Would still consider a trade plus/minus cash for the right game. Works 100%, LEDs, playfield is excellent (no fish wear), cabinet in really nice shape, plastics all perfect, and I think the detail on the boom box makes it look really sharp!

    Asking price is high $4,000's, but will sell for slightly less if it moves quicker, so that I can make an offer on one of the games I'm looking at. If the games I am considering sell first, I may de-list.

    Located in Toronto. Send me a PM if interested. Thanks, Ian

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    Ian,

    Is that playfield a prototype possibly? It appears to have a center post hole between the flippers!

    I love my RS, hard to decide to thin out the collection.

    GLWTS
     
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    Good eye. That is pretty interesting!
     
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    Ian,

    Looking at the Internet Pinball Database and any other RS pin pics, including my own that hole between the flippers is not drilled out on any of the playfields that I can see except yours. Ours just has an orange circle trimmed in black where they once expected to put a center post.

    If yours is original/factory then you have something special there. Maybe someone can send this off to Pat to confirm ;)
     
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    Maybe it was "operator's choice" to drill out that circled off area you say you have. His hole looks factory cleared so not likely done afterwards by an operator. Do you have the red circuit boards under the playfield (typical of a prototype)?
     
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    My RS doesn't even have the art for the center post (orange dot trimmed in black) so this must be early production, very cool!
     
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    and.... SOLD.
     
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