Refurbished Allwin

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martynbr
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Refurbished Allwin

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Hey Everyone,

Thought I would post some photos of an Allwin machine I found here in Los Angeles in poor condition and non operating.

After a bit of hard work and replacement backflash and glass this is the result.

Pretty stoked with how it turned out.

Cheers
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cait001
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Re: Refurbished Allwin

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Looks like you did a great job, and always great to see others from North America on this site!
geofflove
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Re: Refurbished Allwin

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Nice job! Looks lovely.
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coppinpr
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Re: Refurbished Allwin

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another machine saved for future generations...very well done !THUMBS!
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john t peterson
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Re: Refurbished Allwin

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Very nice work, Martynbr. In my experience, most of the collectible British games ended up on the West Coast in the '60's and '70's. Many had one or more mechanical parts removed rendering them non-payout, probably to evade the gambling laws in the US.

J Peterson
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