That allwin along with the other one you are aware of Paul came from Kings Hall Aberystwyth
Both machines were discovered in the cellar at the time of the demolition of the building in1989.
They were rescued by a young man who just squirreled them away.
If I recall correctly, at some time in the 90s he suffered poor mental health when his Father died unexpectedly. After not leaving the house for a long time his situation worsened and he tried to busy himself by repairing and "prettying" them up. He clearly had no practical skills and soon gave up, along with several other activities he'd tried to fill his life with.
Sadly he shortly afterwards decided his life was unbearable and ended it.
The machines were gifted to a wonderful old man who had been a window cleaner in the town and knew the Mother & Son. He'd feigned interest in the lad's activities to try and help him. The Mother couldn't bear seeing them around so she gave them to him thinking he was interested.
Trying to research them led him to your website http://www.penny-arcade.info/
You passed the contact to me, and I collected and paid for them. He only released them because he knew we were genuine enthusiasts and would do our utmost to do the best for them.
I restored the other one, which apart from the same paint job, was missing glass, locks, back, parts of mechanism etc. and it was sold on two auctions ago. It ended as a fine machine bearing none of its previous scars.
The amount it realised at Coventry covered the cost of the two machines and probably the petrol, but not the materials used.
I released the other to you as it's now your turn.
Good luck with it, I know you will do it proud and recall its past and experience before we got involved, as you do so.