The one on the far left is the one I am keeping for my granddaughter. I had collected a couple of mechanisms, and had Dale Parker, he is in his 80s now sadly with cancer, he made the cabinets out of wood, so these are new. The mech and body are from 1950s in yellow, and possible the late 40s on the Erie Style.
He turned the mechs into working games you see. The glass was the hardest. No one local in Orlando could do, so a fellow pinhead in south Florida who was in the business collected enough extra to supply the pieces.
People paint these, add a mirror /model background, and a period bulb.
Its a great working start, and the go from $700-$1000+ on Ebay. I have $650 into each, so Im hoping to just share the joy.
I have marquee castings, I was/am are hoping to reproduce.
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The mech picture is a sample pic from the net, it is very close, no free play op plunger though, this is coin-op.pasted_image (resized).png