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Aussie slot machines

Postby statesman » Thu Jan 31, 2019 7:25 am

Am looking at buying a one arm bandit, prefer late 60's/early 70's model but i'm in Australia (West). They are legal in some states here, but I mainly want one to 'tinker" with. I have always been fascinated by the mechanics of them. If anyone in Oz knows where they can be purchased (in Oz) Would be greatly appreciated. I Would need to arrange shipping as well. Cheers Chris

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Re: Aussie slot machines

Postby ddstoys » Thu Jan 31, 2019 10:56 am

Good luck on your search. They turn up from time to time - just make sure you get yourself a purely mechanical or electro-mechanical one. The second they have circuit boards if something goes wrong you're In trouble.

I don’t have any because they're a grey area over here. 😂😂

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Re: Aussie slot machines

Postby andydotp » Mon Feb 04, 2019 1:03 am

G'day from Melbourne statesman.
If you'd care to PM me I can flick you some pics as I have a few 3-reelers left.
They're old mind - 1910, '29, '31, '34 and '65.
Have to let 'em go but they're not N&M or Aristos they're Mills, Watling and Jennings.

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