Another allwin revival - Wonders 24 winning cups

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geofflove
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Another allwin revival - Wonders 24 winning cups

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Another from my shed load of faded allwins. The Wonders 23 cups giant allwin.

Needed to do a new backflash from a scan of the original as it was too far gone and new acetate. Those 24 cups were a real pain to punch and fit - Oh for a single gallery! Also needed a few bits of new wood and lots of penetrating oil! And locks - damn locks! I had a quote a re-key one - £75! I'll try a recommendation from another member next time. So I swapped the locks. However I have plenty to work on so suspect the original lock may make an appearance on another machine soon if I can get the re-keying sorted.
It plays fine but bloody hard to win given the number of possibilities - clearly clever design!
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Wow nice done! It took a lot effort and time. Sadly time is what I miss.
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Nice job. As regard it being hard to win, my record is five consecutive wins. Can anybody beat that?
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5 in a row is a pretty impressive record. Maybe buy a lottery ticket?
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It's down to skill of course. ;-) I've never bought a lottery ticket. On your advice I had better dash out and get one. |/XX\|
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Well done Geoff for bringing these sad old machines back to life - looks a good job done there. !!THUMBSX2!!
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What is one of these worth in similar condition to this one? There's one close to me I'm considering. Thanks.
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The value is the love.
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woodrails wrote: Mon Dec 07, 2020 3:21 am What is one of these worth in similar condition to this one? There's one close to me I'm considering. Thanks.
Of course it depends of whether you refer to the before or after condition


Nice job Geofflove !!THUMBSX2!! **xXx**
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