Educational Pics

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Educational Pics

Postby gamblingman » Thu Feb 04, 2016 7:15 am

A route operator brought me this yesterday to fix. He bought it several years ago at a charity silent auction, and he said he assumed it was a repro for what he bought it for. It has been sitting in his office jammed up with coins, and he brought it to me to fix since he is moving his office to a new building. Easy fix, but basically posting pics in this thread for educational purposes. I will award a gold star to the person who notices the most

Sorry about the pic quality

Neck Cover.jpg
SN 2.jpg
Side 2.jpg
Side 1.jpg
Mech Rear.jpg
Mech Front.jpg
Inside Casse.jpg
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Re: Educational Pics

Postby Richard13 » Tue Apr 12, 2016 7:53 pm

No decals I win!
Looking for survivor machines especially vendor fronts or original side vendors with or without
a machine. 1920's-30's goosenecks, round escalators. I enjoy hand painting the castings.
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