Game/Type: Hi-Deal / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: October 1975
Cost: $400 OBO
Game/Type: Hot Line / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: September 1966
Cost: $425 OBO
Game/Type: Gigi / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: December 1963
Cost: $550 OBO
Game/Type: Dancing Dolls / EM single player
Month/Year: May 1960
Cost: $475 OBO
Game/Type: Flipper Parade / EM 1 Player
Month/Year: April 1961
Cost: $950 OBO
Location: Polk City, IA
OP: Hi-Deal: I bought this as a project machine. The back glass is beautiful and almost perfect condition as well as the plastics. The cabinet is very good, the machine lights up, resets, and play field features like pop-bumpers activate and score. The biggest issue on this machine is that the cards on the right and the gorilla on the play field need attention. I planned on scanning and printing the images on water decals, but I bought a different hi-deal. So selling at this price due to the play field image. I can take hi-res pictures in those areas, if you would like to use them to make decals of your own. You buy water slide paper and have a local print shop print the images on it for you or enjoy it as it is.
It seems to be a very solid machine that looks like it is ready to work. Since it needs new rubbers, I never tested a game on it. Schematics included.
Hot Line: Super fun machine--one of my favorites. Shoot the rollovers to spell out each letter. The rollovers light up as the title letters. Beautiful back glass, play field, and plastics. Schematics included. Have not had any issues with this machine in the year I have owned it. Machine was playing 100% until a week ago when the ones' score reel stopped resetting. Ones' relay is firing, but won't reset. Probably a simple fix, but I just bought the add a ball version of this machine and need space for the new machine. So I am selling this one at this price since it is not fully functioning.
Gigi: Close to perfect back glass- one very small spot. Good looking play field. Structurally solid cab, but previous owners put some marks in it. Current operating condition is that it powers up, but score motor continuously runs so it doesn't reset. (selling due to space needs). This will be a very nice machine once up and running. I picked this up for a reasonable price, so I am passing along the same deal.
Dancing Dolls: Machine is beautiful, the only thing is previous owner carefully taped backglass. Not noticeable from the front and it hasn't been an issue, but it really is preserving the glass well. The dancer in the back glass is really cool. Current operating condition is that everything works except bells are intermittently ringing for the 100,000 point value. Plays way more energetic than some non-wood rails.
Flipper Parade: Beautiful game. Fully working and the roto target functions beautifully. Back glass is sealed with minor blemishes but it still looks great. The only thing I would do to it is put a flipper kit or simply adjust the right flipper to make it stronger. We've been enjoying it as it is. A few plastics have minor image flaws as seen in pictures. The purple/black lines in the score windows are plastic templates that I need to take off as I forgot to when sealing the black glass. They will be gone. (selling due to space needs). Video of machine playing is at