Bally Slot Machine Parts For Sale - Collectibles For Sale.
The dice slot machines are another form of the slot machine such as the Mills Dice, Bally Reliance, or Buckley Bones. With these antique slot machines you actually play the game of craps and after the first throw of the dice you are betting on the number you hit to pay off. These machines are very fascinating and can actually pay on the first roll if you hit 7 or 11 and will also lose with a 2.
Coin-operated machines come in many shapes and sizes, and theres a huge variety of different games and gaming styles available. eBay is a great place to look for vintage one arm bandits, as well as parts, spares, and memorabilia.
You may be able to solve your equipment's problem with the right parts. Along with Bally slot machine parts, we carry a variety of other brands. Note: We have thousands of parts and take the time to clean, calibrate, and test in an actual machine. before shipping. All pictures are for reference only and may not reflect the actual parts cleanliness.
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How to Fix Most Jams on Antique Slot Machines - Thumb Drive. We will send you a thumb drive that shows collectors how to fix 90% of the jams which occur on most antique slot machines. It also has information on how to remove and reinstall the mechanism and how to cycle the mechanism when it is outside the machine. The only tool required is a screw driver. Every slot collector should own this.
Soon, we will be adding more information to help you identify your slot machines, upright,reel machine, goose-neck type machine, escalator type, half top, or high top, console type, slot machine or trade stimulator type machine, and other information helpful to you. We hope to give information on where you can get parts and new reel strips, the definition of a reel mechanism or hopper, coin.
The 742A coin-operated Slot Machine by Bally Manufacturing Co. (circa 1963), and it's history and background, photos, repair help, manuals, for sale and wanted lists, and census survey is brought to you by The International Arcade Museum at the Museum fo the Game.