What is your dream machine?

American, British, French or German? We want to know about it.
stoxman22
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I wanted a Aherns Pile Driver that was in Mablethorpe. Rubbish to play but the workmanship was amazing. I would visit it whenever I was in the town but the owner was not interested in selling. The last time I went to see it the owner had died and the machine gone. One of the guys in there said it had gone to Belgium.
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moonriver
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A bit closer to home.
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stoxman22 wrote: Fri Nov 26, 2021 9:48 am I wanted a Aherns Pile Driver that was in Mablethorpe.
What is that? I know of the one from USA but that's a different company.

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There was a previous thread about The Piledriver here... Ahrens Pile Driver identified
stoxman22
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This is the one I wanted....
Now I have looked at it again after so long I would still like it but there could be better machines to desire....
How close to home is this machine Moonriver?
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brigham
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I've certainly played one, years ago. Can't remember where.
Rex Harrison wins ten gaspers on one in 'Storm in a Teacup', while failing to impress a truculent Vivien Leigh.
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Spot the many machines, first one up an Ahrens punch bag, or is it? am not sure that dial matches the machine

jingle
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I recon that must of been filmed in mablethorpe
Coz the machines in most of the scene are all identical to the ones I got from there which I still have
Of course. Well most anyway !!COOEE!!
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The DOG RACE is my dream machine and I intend on taking mine with me when I pass on to the great
Heavenly Penny Arcade in the sky...........
Does anyone know what coinage they use up there as my machine will need a conversion ???
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Roger wrote:The DOG RACE is my dream machine and I intend on taking mine with me when I pass on to the great
Heavenly Penny Arcade in the sky...........
Is there enough room for you inside the 'Dog Race' Roger?
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