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Here's a 1930s arcade game -- measuring 42" x 38" x 17" -- that allowed 10 balls per play. The game features the classic pinball style, but without the presence of the usually requisite flippers. The idea was to catapult a silver ball through a labyrinth of metal bars and other "distractions" for it to eventually find its way to a reservoir, with a resulting score of points. This game displays classic, colorful styling, and acts as a showpiece as well as a vintage recreational item. Very solid and sturdy construction, throughout.
Please Note: Due to the size and/or weight of this lot, the cost of shipping may be substantial. The item will be shipped from its present location in California.
1933 Genco "Gridiron" Football Coin-Op Machine
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