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    Default 60'S model a?

    I'm totally a noobie but from what i can figure out it is a model A from the 60's. any more information would be so much help. i have everything working but have to find a new light bulb for the jackpot light.

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    nice machine.. are ya looking for any spacific info?? how about a pic of the back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moparformances View Post
    nice machine.. are ya looking for any spacific info?? how about a pic of the back

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    I would love as much info as i could get, i have no plans of selling it so cost really dont matter. i would like to know about when it was built tho. i can only figure out that it is a recycler and a single shot.46511133_2816917851667103_6456787003668168704_n.jpg

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    best i can come up with looking at pictures is its 66-69

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    in your first post you have a blurry pic of the expiration stickers.. can you open the glass and get a supper closeup of that whole sticker..
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    ill have to try again with some better light46494668_2821514451207443_893295090955452416_n.jpg

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    It looks like my 68 Sophia Model A. As a matter of fact I have been working on the electrical and cleaning it up. sad thing is I dont have the tag in the upper corner. The pocket in the lower right corner can hold up to 4 winning balls plus one in waiting. If the upper pocket in the rear gets empty. Once more balls are placed in the back you can use the payout lever the arrow above the ball slot and it will payout. Also if the the seesaw needs to be reset it will spill balls into the lower right window. I hope this will help.

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    thank you for the info, i was trying to figure out how that part worked, when i first got it, it would not pay a jackpot and just dumped balls out there, i watched some viedos on here and learned to set it up better and then couldnt figure out how to get balls in that window. i just got the lights working with new bulbs and fuse. pretty happy its all working. i wont restore it or anything i kinda like the old look

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    Feel somewhat the same thing about restoration. I was just getting the 40 years of dirt off the back machine parts and the front. I had no front glass on it when I got it I had to cut a piece of plexie to make sure everything worked and that was 2 days ago.

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    thats awesome! do you know where i can get a key? i do like all the red

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    I was looking at making one from scratch since my keyhole is in the shape of a v

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