For many video game collectors, there is no item more desirable in the whole wide world than their own authentic arcade machine. It’s another Arcade Weekends, and remember, Winners Don’t Use Drugs.
I will point out every week that arcade units purchased from auction sites usually have inflated prices — unless you live close enough to the seller that you can pick the unit up yourself. Many sellers know this and list their items as Local Pick-Ups only (marked here as LPUs). If you DO live near any of today’s sellers, some of these deals aren’t bad.
From Louisville, Kentucky: 1997’s Zero Gunner, BIN at $650 or best offer, freight shipping possible.
From Pekin, Illinois: Terminator 2 shooter, LPU, BIN at $875 but has no current bids at $650.
From Somerville, New Jersey: Defender upright, LPU, ends soon with no bids at $600.
From Decatur, Illinois: Atari’s Super Sprint, LPU, BIN at $750 but no current bids at $550.
From Staten Island, NY: Sega’s OutRun, BIN at $549 or best offer, freight shipping possible. Needs a new light for the marquee, and a new key to open the coin box.
From Independence, Indiana: Sega’s Power Drift, BIN at $350 or best offer, shipping possible at buyer’s arrangement.
From Marietta, Georgia: Sega’s Turbo, BIN at $200 or best offer, freight shipping possible. Start button needs repair.
From Troy, Michigan: Sega’s Virtua-On, DUAL-SEATED 2-player machine, BIN at nearly $2000 but has no bids at a much more reasonable $399, shipping possible plus a $50 packing fee.