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    Picked up my 6th Pachinko machine over the weekend...Anyone have some more info on this mid-60ís single shot Heiwa machine?? Iíve been cleaning her up, and sheís looking a lot prettier! I fixed everything on the back (including lights) and it works.

    Also, I got the machine for $44!





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    Nice machine and a nice find!

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    i would recommend not using the old rusty / tarnished pachinko balls.. they drag dirt onto the playfield and can cause excess wear and tear on everything.. use new shiny ones that are smoother and easier to keep clean.. your machines will thank you in the long run..

    neat machine unusual looking front..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moparformances View Post
    i would recommend not using the old rusty / tarnished pachinko balls.. they drag dirt onto the playfield and can cause excess wear and tear on everything.. use new shiny ones that are smoother and easier to keep clean.. your machines will thank you in the long run..

    neat machine unusual looking front..
    I used brasso in a sock. They arenít shiny, but they sure are smooth!


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