Temple’s Penny Arcade Trailer Project

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Good luck! Shame the weather looks much like the last outing.
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Very best for a successful outing Paul.
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Hope it all goes well for you Paul, and the weather men have got it wrong!
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More Derek Ralph machines. They were in the same arcade as my Bullion.
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special when lit wrote: Fri Apr 30, 2021 1:22 pm More Derek Ralph machines. They were in the same arcade as my Bullion.
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The matching pair both have Derek Ralph on the back. They were both supplied from Bryans to a Mr Greenwick on the 22-11-1965.
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Slightly younger than mine. Mine was sold to Shefras on 3rd June 1965.
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Hi Paul, how did your event on the May bank holiday go? I'm sure many of us would be interested.
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I went to an architectural salvage fair and the Saturday was an absolute washout, but the Friday and Sunday were nice and sunny.
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The May fair event went well although we did get washed out on the Monday!

The machines were very popular. It was great to see the children trying to play the machines, working out where the money went and asking what to do next! Many of the parents have never even seen a one armed bandit.
The matching pair Fruit Bowl and Clock were well received. It was their first outing for many years. Interestingly the cashbox had three times as much in the fruit bowl at the end of the day than in the 12win Clock. It goes to show that the saying “the flash gets the cash“ is an accurate one!

Currently working on a 1935 Payramid. Also looking at how to extend over the drawbar of the trailer to get another four machines on. I will update on progress. :-)
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Glad that it went (reasonably) well for you Paul, keep us posted on the extension over the drawbar. !!THUMBSX2!!
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