Quoted from Mopar:
and as you must know, your Nags is a heavily wanted machine. #1
60s rated pin.
I get a lot of comments on it. It is fun and guests (especially kids) gravitate toward it, but to be honest, when I'm down in my basement by myself, I usually play one of my mid-60's games (KOD, Sing Along, Heat Wave) instead. The game play on Nags seems to be much more 'lucky bounce' driven than on other games. However, it is very cool if you win the race in one ball and hear the knocker count off the 10 free games you won!
I had friend over during the holidays and when one of them was playing I witnessed a 'dead heat' where two horses tied for the win (with two 'winning hosses' being lit up). I should have taken a picture of it but had a few beers in me and forgot!
I actually posted on Pinside that I would be interested in a trade for a United Midget or Bally All-Star bowler (don't have room for a full-sized bowler). I see a lot of old pinballs here in the St Louis area (actually got my Nags off Craigslist) but hardly ever see old arcade games.
My 1967 World Cup Soccer game is semi-rare (908 made but unlike the countless # of baseball games made by Williams, United, CC, etc., Bally never made another soccer model).
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