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RAGLINE games were prolific at carnivals and fairs across the U.S. for many years, but have now disappeared. Do you remember them?This DRAGLINE digger game is a great example of the Tonka style carnival machines introduced in 1962 at the Seattle World’s Fair.The mechanical/electrical mechanism of this digger is virtually new, having a new motor, switches, wiring, chains, and parts. It is guaranteed for life 100% for parts and labor.The digger can be displayed with pride and plays dependably! It is fun for all ages, and can be loaded with a wide variety of merchandise items from vintage novelties and candy to, modern toys, balls, and topical fads –even gift cards and cash.The coin slide is for one quarter coin per play.The merchandise shown in some images is meant to demonstrate how these diggers looked with the window dressed as per the 1960s-70s and is not included with the price, but is available. However a special replica shipping crate which can serve as a stand is included (see images).The Dragline ships in the special crate by motor freight for a flat rate of $145. if to a verifiable business/commercial address. Home delivery is available for an additional $55. charge. Transportation charges are billed separately after check out and receiving the delivery address.When displayed on the special crate it requires 25”w x 22”d floor footprint and is 68” tall.This is a real, full-size, game and it is enhanced to display beautifully and play dependably making it ideal for a home Game Room, coin-op collection, or public commercial location. Your home State Fair name can be added on the frost/etch art background if wanted.All questions are welcome and promptly answered by email. Contact me, Jim Roller, at email@example.com More images available on request.