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Re: Allwins

Postby treefrog » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:47 am

arrgee wrote:
Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:19 am
Unusual allwin not seen that one before, quite like it, is it yours tf?
Yes I dug it out thinking of machines to put into Coventry. I bought it a few years back from well known Dutch dealer of British machines and locked away as found it had been converted to small coin and the case caked in garden type wood preserve. As always when I restore machines I often end up falling in love with them and refinished the case (that garden preserve is awful, sticky gloopy stuff that actually melts with heat) and replaced the plastic backflash preserver. Also changed to 1D, fortunately they had not touched the slides or coin hopper. Put a 3v battery holder in for the bell and a new light and voila. !!THUMBSX2!! I have fallen in love with it as I love allwins with special features. I already have the Philip Shefras Jackpot Allwin, so will go alongside that. I have seen two others sell at Coventry auctions in the past I believe...... I wonder what other allwins have hidden moving jackpots rather than fixed displays like the Olly Whales ones


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