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Author Topic: Arachnid Dart Machine.. Can Anyone Tell Me What Model This Is Please?  (Read 1260 times)

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KeyLee19

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Hello, I am new to these boards so I hope I am posting in the right section but I was curious to know if someone could tell me what model Arachnid English Mark Dart Machine this is... I cant tell from the picture and I have not found any like it online with the same look to compare it to.. the closest I think I come to is the super Six... This one has a small monitor screen and im told has a handfull of different game modes and Coins are not needed. I have been looking at getting a dart machine just wondering if this is a remotely good deal or not in my home state of Utah Classified Ads:

1st one: (Dont know series or model nuimber- supposed to be in perfect working condition)
http://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=218&ad=9935564&cat=&lpid=1&search=dart

There is also another machine on the site that was just posted today that is a Super Six but its different from the first machine listed.. If anyone can tell me what model or series the one is from the first link I would GREATLY appreciate it.

Here is the second: Good Deal or no?
http://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=218&ad=9935564&cat=&lpid=1&search=dart

Ken Layton

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Looks like the home model 6000 series.

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Alright Thanks Ken. I am guessing that is much over priced as it was one of the first models then?

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Actually, these came out after the coin operated 6000/6100/6200/6300 (Super Six Plus 2) production run ended. They took the left over parts, modified the cabinets, and made home models. These were sold in some sporting goods stores and I even saw one at Wal-Mart.

  
 

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