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A James Roller full restoration of this desirable model, which has the automatic candy vendor feature. The vendor mechanism is located in the right hand silo (skyscraper building) and feeds small mints or candies into the glass front dispenser door below the hand wheel.Please email me for full details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Consider adding an old style crane digger game to your Pinball collection, game room, office, or retail location. This one is the best looking and most dependable you will ever find at a reasonable price from a reputable seller. It is a great example of the electric powered Erie Digger. The details are meticulous.
Consider adding this old style crane digger game to your home game room, Pinball collection, office, or retail location. This Erie Digger "Electramatic" is one is the best looking and most dependable you will ever find at a reasonable price from a reputable seller. .The cabinet is in fresh high-gloss British Green enamel with polished trim parts and lacquered birch trim. The mechanical/electrical mechanism is virtually new, having a new motor, switches, wiring, chains, and parts. It is guaranteed for life 100% for parts and labor. The digger displays beautifully and plays wonderfully.Click on image for complete details.
The mechanical/electrical mechanism of this Erie Digger ‘Electramatic’ model is virtually new, having a new motor, switches, wiring, chains, and parts. It is guaranteed for life 100% for parts and labor.The digger displays and plays wonderfully! It is a meticulously detailed example in hand-rubbed walnut finish with polished and plated trim.This is the unique model which has the desirable “Skill Knob” feature: Twist the dial to position the claw In-and-Out, while using the larger turning handle to locate the claw position Left-to-Right. These combined positioning controls result in much more player control and satisfaction than the standard Erie Digger.The coin slide is the correct, 3- bolt, 10c ABT, for one dime per play, which was the standard in the 1950s-70s era. (This can be upgraded to 25c play before shipping for an additional service charge.)The antique merchandise shown in some images is meant to demonstrate how the digger looked when dressed as per the 1940s-70s, and can not be included with the price, but assortments are available.A special replica shipping crate which can serve as a stand is included (see images)Shipping will be by a motor carrier. A tracking number and tracking link will be provided by email along with an instruction sheet for unpacking and set-up of the digger.Shipping in the special decorative crate is flat rate $145. to a verifiable business address, or a nearby terminal for pickup in the continental U.S. Residential delivery is an added $85. fee.