1970 Chicago Coin Mardi-gras Big Ball Bowler Bowling Machine 16'
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1970 Chicago Coin Mardi-gras Big Ball Bowler Bowling Machine 16':
Thankyou for looking at our 1970 Chicago Coin Mardi-Gras 16' Big Ball Bowler Bowling Machine.St. Louis Ball Bowler Company is the ONLY Full Time Restoration Company of Ball Bowlers. Our experience,knowledge, andparts allows us to bring these ball bowlers back to life with years of enjoyment to play. We offer a HUGE inventory of parts for all of your Restoration needs.
This is a 1970 Chicago Coin Mardi-Gras Big Ball Bowler 16'. This is a plug and play game, fully working. We have gone through the electronics to make sure everything works as it should. This game is set on " Free-Play" for home use. (You can set this up to accept coins as well) We have installed all new locks that are keyed alike. We have installed upgraded wheels on this game for easy moving on flat services. (Wheels will be unattached for shipping and need to be screwed on for assembly) The orange paint has been repainted to freshen up the look. There are new pins installed on the pindeck. We have replaced all of the #44 light bulbs behind the backglass's. There are 3 balls that come with the game. The lower backglass is a newer backglass.
You can play up to 6 players at one time and can play 6 different games on this bowler. This machine breaks down into
4 pieces for easy transportation and setup.Bowler Dimensions for shipping:
Total Weight is Approx. 650 lbs.
1@90" Long x 35" Wide x 19" Tall
1@90" Long x 36" Wide x 29" Tall
1@22" Long x 36" Wide x 31" Tall
1@17" Long x 36" Wide x 34" Tall
Please feel free to stop by and play and inspect the game, or ask any questions.Shipping of this game will be at buyers expense. We will work with you and your shipper for game will leave our shop working 100%. With old EM machines, there may need to be adjustments made at set up due totemperature change and moving of the game. This game is listed locally for sale and this ad can be removed at anytime.