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treefrog
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Cheapest Steeraball Ever

Postby treefrog » Thu Mar 19, 2020 11:44 am

Well you less got one for free, the below in need of a little bit of help Pee Jay Steeraball finished at Ashley Waller for a magic £5..... yes that was £5. For those sitting in isolation would have been an ideal project. Just a but of woodwork and a wheel. I was trying to work out why they had cut the top on the right and a slot down the front, maybe fitting into a counter top in an arcade.
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Another interest machine that sold was a Win A Lot payout printable minus the top box for £50

If these had not been in Cheshire, but closer would have definitely snapped them up
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brigham
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Re: Cheapest Steeraball Ever

Postby brigham » Thu Mar 19, 2020 5:25 pm

I'd have had a go for the Win-A-Lot. It's one of those machines I lose more slowly on.
I have a KOPPO, which seems to be a tin-cased version.

cait001
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Re: Cheapest Steeraball Ever

Postby cait001 » Thu Mar 19, 2020 5:56 pm

oh man I'd take a Win a Lot even without the top box.
If anyone has one they'd part with, I'd pay the ridiculous shipping charges. Probably my favourite of the British pinball-style gambling machines I've seen.


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