B.M.C. Allwin

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ninecup
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B.M.C. Allwin

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Could anyone help in identifying the name of this BM Co allwin? It's the one that was at the recent Elephant House auction.
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Re: B.M.C. Allwin

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upstairs / downstairs ?? ha ha sorry :)

i dont know , it looks cool though , someone will come along with the answer i am sure

nice find :)
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Re: B.M.C. Allwin

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to me they all look very similar,maybe mr pennymachines can shed some light on this one :!?!:
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Re: B.M.C. Allwin

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The Braithwaite book has a listing named "Up the Steps" under the BM Co, badge but with no identification as to the type of machine. Maybe it's this game?

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Re: B.M.C. Allwin

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Looks like a bmco "The Favourite" allwin, but also looks to have been messed with over time. :cool:
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I bow to the master, Slotalot, my new Favorite.

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Re: B.M.C. Allwin

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John T. Peterson wrote:Slotalot, my new Favorite.
(Much fist shaking) DAMN you PETERSONNNN! You told me.......

Whatever.

Slotalot, enjoy it while it lasts.
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Re: B.M.C. Allwin

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We'll get another chair ready for you over here in Yesterday's Men Corner Stuartalot.
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Re: B.M.C. Allwin

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slotalot wrote:Looks like a bmco "The Favourite" allwin, but also looks to have been messed with over time. :cool:
Thanks for that slotalot. Any ideas what the holes are all about?
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Probably about three quarters of an inch. :!?!:
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