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Old 10-25-05, 09:54 PM Usenet member
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Default Arcade Game Auction in Ohio - November 4, 2005

Hi, Everyone!

Thought all of you EM arcade game collectors might like to know
about an upcoming arcade game auction being held on November 4, 2005,
in what used to be the Nelson's Ledges Parks arcade. There are NO
pinball machines in the auction (sorry), but lots of vintage EM arcade
machines dating back to the 1930s. There are four old Exhibit rotary
merchandisers from the 1930s (these same four machines are pictured on
page 14 of the book "Arcade Treasures"), 1940 Bally BASKETS (pictured
on page 23), a PHOTOMATIC photo book (pictured on page 25), a 1960s
photo booth, a 1980s photo booth, CHICKEN SAM (poor condition), Chicago
Coin's GOALEE (pictured on page 34), Chicago Coin PISTOL, Chicago Coin
FEATURE BOWLER shuffle alley, Midway GOLDEN ARM strength game, 1955
Williams CRANE, grip test machines, Exhibit post card venders, and many
more arcade games. There's a 1956 Genco GYPSY GRANDMA forture teller
and an early EGYPTIAN SEERESS fortune teller, several Exhibit
countertop games, Scientific baseball machine, Allied UNSCRAMBLE, and a
Chicago Coin upright baseball machine. Lots of 1950s and '60s EM gun
games (about 20 of them), including Midway MONSTER GUN, Williams
AMBUSH, Williams CRUSADER, Williams VANGUARD, Genco WILD WEST, Midway
CROCKETT, and more. There's also some kiddie rides including Bally's
TOONERVILLE TROLLEY from the 1950s and All-Tech's HELICOPTER from the
late '60s. Also some identification medal typers and a ball bowler.
All of these machines are complete, not hacked up for parts. Most
of these machines have been in storage for at least a few years and
will probably need some service. For more information about the
auction, check out the auctioneer's website:

Click on the Upcoming Kiko Auctions link. You'll find some color
photographs of some of the machines. This is an absolute auction with
no reserves or minimum bids. You might find a bargain!
For more information about the auction, call (440) 548-8348.
Sorry, but information about the condition of specific machines is NOT
available, so don't ask whether a particular machine is working or what
kind of condition the cabinet is in. These machines will remain locked
in the auction facility until November 4, so there will be no access to
the games before then.

Good luck!

Bill Kurtz

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