Gambling Machines

Videos of vintage slot machines in action.
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A 1970s Electro-Mechanical Quarter Horse Derby Machine

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1930s PACES RACES
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Thanks for the Quarter Horse link, Slotalot. I forwarded it to Mickey Wichinsky, owner of Games of Nevada. He watched it, then called Kevin Keinert at Game Room Repair and introduced himself. The conversation must have been fascinating, because Kevin decided he'd like to write a magazine article about Mickey and is planning to meet with him next week.

I believe Mickey still has half a dozen of those Quarter Horse games locked in a shipping container behind his building.
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Hi Operator Bell :D , it's all the little things that come together that make this forum so good. I am glad you liked the video - do you know which Magazine the article will be in :?: .... I now claim one of the six Quarter Horse games as a finders fee for the video clip :oops: LOL.... well it was worth a try :!?!: regards Stuart.
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I believe Game Room Magazine, since that was where he published the original article.
I now claim one of the six Quarter Horse games as a finders fee for the video clip
Ah, wouldn't it be nice? I'd like one myself, though Operatrix Bell would no doubt have an opinion about it - she's starting to comment more often about not having enough room in the garage, and what do I plan to do with all the machines out there waiting to be worked on. <ah, just a moment, dear, I'll be right there!>

There was, incidentally, an even more grand Games of Nevada horse machine. I've not seen one complete, but I've seen a backglass and race track parts lying around at the factory. The back glass is a monster, about 8 feet by 4, and the track had 8 horses driven by stepping motors.
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Thanks for posting the link to this article, it made an enjoyable read, regards Stuart. :tarah:
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1936 Evans Rolletto Jr. 25c spinner console


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Bussoz Pin Up Girl (conversion)

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