Superior Fantasy Trade Stimulator

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Superior Fantasy Trade Stimulator

Postby nvmos2 » Tue Apr 08, 2014 6:54 am

Here is an example of an (intentional) incorrect "restoration."
This machine was for sale at the April 2014 Chicago show in the booth of *******l aka The Bent Coin, a long-time dealer from Las Vegas, who most certainly must know it is not correct.
For more information on this rather bizarre creation, see the thread entitled "Vegas Chop Shop Creation?" in the "Just Chatting" section of this forum.

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Re: Superior Fantasy Trade Stimulator

Postby cpdretired » Tue Apr 08, 2014 11:59 am

This one was also there on Sunday.
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Re: Superior Fantasy Trade Stimulator

Postby SLOT DYNASTY » Wed Apr 09, 2014 12:41 am

nvmos2 wrote:Here is an example of an (intentional) incorrect "restoration."
This machine was for sale at the April 2014 Chicago show in the booth of *******l aka The Bent Coin, a long-time dealer from Las Vegas, who most certainly must know it is not correct.
For more information on this rather bizarre creation, see the thread entitled "Vegas Chop Shop Creation?" in the "Just Chatting" section of this forum.

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The aka 'thebentcoin' was originally from Washington, and he started his Phoney creations there, before moving to Vegas.
He doesn't deserve the title of 'Dealer' either, as it gives the rest a bad name. His main title is 'Con Artist'. Moving to Sin City
was a good choice for him, as the biggest Sin in that city, is what he has done to hundreds of perfectly good original machines.
Hopefully he didn't sell that piece-of crap Superior machine in your pix. It also has a very appropriate sign standing up behind
it, only it is missing a word. It should say, "BULL S**T PAYS DOUBLE"! :^o
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Re: Superior Fantasy Trade Stimulator

Postby cpdretired » Wed Apr 09, 2014 6:18 am

He is also a member of COCA. They should not accept his annual dues. Also at the show there was no advertising for COCA. In previous shows they shared a booth with someone. I have written emails to President Doug Cain about Fred. Doug has yet to reply. I even quoted the below in my emails.

Bring together and promote fellowship among members.
Educate members through meetings, publications and the internet.
Cooperate with those seeking information concerning these machines, their history, collection and preservation.
Promote fair, ethical practices, dealing and sales within the club and hobby.
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