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Superauctions – Atlanta, Fall 2010

On Episode 2 of our podcast, we riminisced about the Superauctions amusement auction that happened here in Atlanta this past October. As promised, here is some video of what was available for bidding. Also included is the final price of almost all the pinball machines (after the jump).

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Here’s the list of all the pinball machines and the winning bid for each. Remember though, a buyer’s premium of 15% along with state sales tax were tacked onto the final bid price for each (bb indicates a buy-back):

Fish Tales – $1150 & $1400

Bugs Bunny – $1750

Scared Stiff – $2500 bb

AFM – $2600 bb

Fun House – $1700 bb

LotR – $2500

Austin Powers – $1300

WCS94 – $1200

Slugfest – $500

Maverick – $725

FirePower 2 – $325

EarthShaker – $800

Mousin Around – $500

Nascar – $1500

Getaway – $725

Rollergames – $500

Mario Andretti – $1500

Party Zone – $600

Striker Xtreme – $500

Hollywood Heat – $250

Rescue 911 – $575

Haunted House – $600

Shaq – $500 bb

Dale Jr – $2000 bb

Black Rose – $625

Royal Rumble WWF – $500

Comet – $200

Cyclone – $1000 bb

Amazing Spider Man – $600

Playboy – $? bb

8 Ball – $1000

Kiss – $2500

Dolly Parton – $625

Nugent – $650 bb

Grand Prix – $300

Rack em up – $100

Dealer Choice – Pass

Lucky Ace – Pass

High Speed – $75 & $125

300 – $50

The final videos show the second warehouse. This is where the real deals could be had. Working games could be picked up, in some cases, for as little as $10!! See if you can spot the minty Primal Rage whose fate you can read about at This Reel’s On Fire.

Preston Burt

The co-host of the Gameroom Junkies Podcast, Preston is a writer and designer living outside Atlanta, GA. He has an affinity for VHS tapes, and an obsession with arcade games and pinball machines. He is a contributing writer for GeekDad, Paste and RETRO Magazines, and a founder of the Southern-Fried Gameroom Expo.

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