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cleantex
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Wheel 'Em In Flyers

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Street Automatic Machine Company Ltd. Wheel 'Em In flyer.
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Streets Wheel Em In

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Looks like one of those belt machines where you have to get the coin in the line not crossing the black lines. Nice and small with marble effect
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moonriver
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and only £230, bargain!
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magikkk
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Pays into a little tray too, doesn't chuck it down across the glass
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Catching the coins being chucked down the glass was a big part of the fun in playing the large version.
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13rebel wrote: Fri Jul 19, 2019 6:06 pm Catching the coins being chucked down the glass was a big part of the fun in playing the large version.
Watching people scrabbling to catch the coins always reminded me of seagulls squabbling over a spilled bag of chips; an undignified display of greed.
I never imagined a single-player Wheel-'em-In ever existed. Another one to look out for.
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magikkk
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I do admit to being like a seagull.
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magikkk wrote: Sat Jul 20, 2019 10:22 am I do admit to being like a seagull.
In relation to eating habits, or splattering the car?
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Both :HaHa:
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According to the Bank of England inflation calculator, £230 in 1965 is around £4400 in today's money. Not cheap - that's 55,200 old pennies just to break even on the £230 investment.
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