Studied electronics at high school for 3 years during the early 1980s, before starting an apprenticeship as a electronics tech. We even had a Gottlieb Card Whiz in the classroom and a tesla coil amongst other cool stuff. The card whiz wasn't working but, as an older kid had bought it in to get fixed. Owned my first pinball at 17, then sold it after it stopped working, then around 10 years ago I was offed another pinball machine, and that's what started my hobby again collecting coin op.
Moved here from the Co Durham in the 1970s, but I do remember playing the allwin games as a kid at seaside resorts.
I mainly collect pinball machines from 1967 up to some of the latest games and 1970s Em arcade machines, but trying to down size a bit. I collect anything coin op and my latest find was saved from a skip bin by a friend - a Wonders Hit-N-Run. I am working on it atm and need tips with the restoration work. I will make a new post with some pics and a few questions. The Pics I show are of the game removed from the larger plywood cabinet, in case anyone was wondering.
Great site, you have already helped me find the game and a patent of a part that this game is missing, Cheers.
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