50s Pinball

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Win-A-Lot Pinball Machine

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Hi, :D
I have just finished working on my latest addition to the Slotalot Arcade !!RAYOF!!
It's a cross between an Allwin and a Pinball Machine, it is called Win-A -Lot and works on and pays out old pennies, its a very unusual machine and am very pleased to have it in my collection. !BUNNY!

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Re: Win-A-Lot Pinball Machine

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Well done Stuart, was it made by Street's?
I used to have one of their Tuck Shops which if you won threw a roll of sweets at you.

See Shields Tuck Shop & Win-a-Lot Site admin.
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Hi BP :D ,
I can't find a makers name on the machine, but it is about the same size as a Tuck Shop machine, the cabinet looks like it has been reworked from an old pre flipper pinball type machine :!?!: , so it may only have been made in numbers, having said that I like it !!THUMBSX2!! as for the tuck shop? maybe one day I will be lucky and find one :tarah:
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Re: 50s Pinball

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I guess I meant Shield's not Streets, think I got confused because it showed a set of traffic lights.

No hope for me really! :#:
Anyway , whoever the hell made it, it also sported dummy flippers.
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Williams Turf Champ 1958

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Tuck Shop - in slow motion!

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Great in slow motion, great machine as well............... !!THUMBSX2!!
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Tuck Shop

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Tuck shop was my absolute favourite as a kid on holiday in GT Yarmouth. It's no wonder I have so many fillings.
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A great fun video-the tension increases as the game draws to a conclusion. Well done.
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