(Topic ID: 326110)

Horseshoe Restoration

By Battlebugs

1 year ago



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    #1 1 year ago

    I posted this to the FB page but added it here for those not on FB. -- I posted a pin a couple months ago trying to ID it with no luck. I bought it anyway and have just finished it up. Had to repaint the sides as some previous owner had applied unattractive veneer. Other than that just replacing the pins, clean/wax the playfield and some minor repair/touch up of the score labels. I've decided I'll call it the 1933 Field Manufacturing Corp "Silver Horseshoe" until it's proven otherwise.

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    #2 1 year ago

    Hey, I saw this on Reddit, reminded me of this machine, similar horse shoe style. Just thought I would post for reference.

    https://old.reddit.com/r/pinball/comments/zp1bho/1933_admiral_pinball_machine/

    beautiful restoration as well.

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