Slot Machine Rack

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Slot Machine Rack

Postby drishoff » Mon Jul 04, 2016 12:03 pm

1 1/4" tubing, a couple sheets of plywood and a few welds. 12" bottom clearance is perfect storage for plastic milk crates.

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Re: Slot Machine Rack

Postby Richard13 » Mon Jul 04, 2016 12:10 pm

What a confusing collection you have there! It would be much better if you organized them by denomination and date of manufacture!! Or by color and vendor or not! Lol kidding nice collection!!
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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Re: Slot Machine Rack

Postby SLOT DYNASTY » Mon Jul 04, 2016 1:48 pm

Drishoff:
Nice display of machines, but I'm not sure which is more comfortable to play. Kneeling on the floor, or stretching
for the top shelf? What I am sure of, is that "Bonus" HighTop in the corner is not the easy one to choose. :D
On the other hand, (if you are not mad at me yet), what I would like, is the serial numbers from your two Daval
"Penny Pack" machines, for my ongoing Update Files. They will be stamped on the outside bottom of the case.
Thanks, Bill

Whoops! Also need the serial from the Caille "Jr. Bell", to the left of the "Penny Packs". It will be stamped into the
back wood panel, about center, above the coin-box door.
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Re: Slot Machine Rack

Postby drishoff » Mon Jul 04, 2016 2:47 pm

red & blue penny pack is 2647 and the yellow & black is 39347, The Caille is a Keeney & sons & it's B5763

You can't put them in order of denomination because the dime machines won't fit between the nickle quarter machines. The wife does let me keep a few on stands in the house to play.

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Re: Slot Machine Rack

Postby JHSS-1944 » Mon Jul 04, 2016 9:44 pm

First ,nice collection !!
2nd, you got me on the rol-a-top, don't believe I've seen a 5 cent OR 25 cent play machine....
way cool !!!!
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