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2P Sega NAC Control panel/harness/buttons/sticks

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Forum Name: Valuations
Forum Description: Something to sell? Need a price?
Printed Date: 24 Sep 2020 at 9:26pm

Topic: 2P Sega NAC Control panel/harness/buttons/sticks
Posted By: Rich1221
Subject: 2P Sega NAC Control panel/harness/buttons/sticks
Date Posted: 14 Feb 2020 at 5:59am
Ahead of selling my NAC I have come across some spares in the cupboard

I have found a control panel that has some surface rust around the edges which could be sandblasted.
The playarea is unaffected
All the buttons and sticks are there with the wiring labeled up.
Never had a need to use this or borrow parts from it. Sat in the box for the past few years.

Any idea what I should be asking for it?

Posted By: Sbdesign
Date Posted: 14 Feb 2020 at 8:16am
Personally would have thought £50-£60
More if decent sticks, and buttons.

What to buy? what to sell?

Posted By: Zipper
Date Posted: 14 Feb 2020 at 8:43am
imo I'd say £100.

Posted By: davey d
Date Posted: 14 Feb 2020 at 11:36am
The problem I see with pricing a full panels like this is:

1) New joysticks and buttons are readily available at a good price

2) The panel has a lot of rust which most people wouldn't want on their cabinets. Yes it can be ground off the back, and rust remover gels used, but once it under the overlay there is no making it look good.

In my eyes the main value here is for the 1P and 2P looms which are becoming harder to get hold of than a few years ago.

Posted By: mozie
Date Posted: 14 Feb 2020 at 12:06pm
True and I know personally I always like new sticks/buttons on my cabs its the first thing I do..Id price this around the £60 mark, someone could make a nice serviceable panel of it again with a bit of work by cleaning it up and replacing the CPO, maybe keeping the stick/buttons if they were ok but at much more than that its easier to just get a good repro

Posted By: Velyks
Date Posted: 14 Feb 2020 at 12:40pm
Two LS-32s plus buttons new comes out at around £80, half that for second hand and it's £40
£10 for the wiring
£30 for the panel. I'd have put it higher if it wasn't rusty a f.

In total I think it would be worth £80.

Posted By: L_____E_____T
Date Posted: 14 Feb 2020 at 2:53pm
I'd probably buy this if you can ship it to Greater London area under the £100 mark.  So long as the rust is not super deep.  It's be a project sure, but I reckon a bit of prep and a repro overlay it can be decent.

Edit - forgot to mention if it's all working correctly too with no issues, and just cosmetic considerations.


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