We purchased one of these in 1989 from the wife of a deceased operator, along with about 100 other machines, and it was probably the closest to mint condition of any E/M machine we ever found. That flyer might as well be the same game! Kept it for a few years but eventually sold sometime in the mid 90's for the then crazy sum of $2500 AUD! A modern day collector recently told me he just purchased it from that buyer in non working cond, needing a full service obviously, for $2300. And E/M pinball prices have been down the last 5 years over here, I think because all the money is going into the brand new Stern machines which are damned expensive. So I guess shows that the better quality pieces will usually hold value and collector demand.