Allwins

Videos of vintage slot machines in action.
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Are these your videos? Or is the guy that makes them on the forum?
Afraid not, they are made by an enthusiast friend of mine who makes his contribution to the hobby. I'm sure he appreciates all supportive comments for his efforts. Much as we all appreciate his efforts!
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coin-op wrote: Sun Jan 03, 2021 7:40 pm
Are these your videos? Or is the guy that makes them on the forum?
Afraid not, they are made by an enthusiast friend of mine who makes his contribution to the hobby. I'm sure he appreciates all supportive comments for his efforts. Much as we all appreciate his efforts!
buy him some takeaway for me! !!CHEERS!!
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Win a Race

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Excellent as always!
I've been round and played that machine, and as I'm sure you've realised from watching the play, it isn't easy.
However, the lad himself knows exactly how to put the ball in any of those cups without thinking about it!

Well done
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An attractive allwin with good gameplay, do you know who made it bp?
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Amusement Machine Mart (Morris Shefras).
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Thanks Mr pm, £30 for the Win-A-Race machine - according to the Bank of England inflation calculator that would be just under £720 in todays money - not a bad price and I believe that the machine in the video would probably fetch a lot more than that if it were to be sold today.
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1920s UK fabricated allwin pennymachine

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Moved & merged - Site Admin.

I attempted to insert video directly; but did not succeed.
If admin could guide me, please do.*
* Instructions here - Site Admin.

In the meantime; over is link to the youtube-video I made: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5hJ7i ... 991rNJqItw

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