DIGGER ‘ELECTRAMATIC’ Click image for more pictures

$1,495.00

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.

 

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Consider adding an old style crane digger game to your Pinball collection, game room, office, or retail location. This machine 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.

The cabinet is in fresh high-gloss Durbin Red enamel with lacquered birch trim and polished metal parts and fine detailing.  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.

This Electramatic has the desirable “Skill knob” feature: Twist the knob to position the claw In-and-Out, and use the larger crank handle to locate the claw position Left-to-Right.  These combined controls provide much more player satisfaction than any of the standard Erie type diggers.  The correct ABT, 3-bolt, 10c, coin mechanism is installed which was the standard play price from 1953 until the late 1970s.

The vintage merchandise displays shown in some images are to demonstrate how the digger can look when dressed as per the 1940s-70s and is not included with the low price, but is available.  A replica shipping crate is included for transport which can also be used as a display stand after delivery if wanted (see images).

Shipping is flat rate $145.00 to a verifiable business address or nearby terminal for pick-up.  Shipper information and instructions for unpacking and set-up will be provided when shipped. Home delivery is available for $85. additional.

Upon checkout only the item price will be charged and a separate invoice will be sent for the shipping cost when the delivery address is given, or the fee can be paid C.O.D. upon delivery to your residential address.

All questions answered by email.  Contact James Roller at  jim@jamesroller.com