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Set of Bally Stainless Steel Side Rails - USED - $10 o.b.o.

Added: 2016-08-13 22:00:00 UTC • Re-listed: 1 time (September 25th, 2016) • Ended: November 6th, 2016
Condition: Used, fair condition

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$ 10

Item description

We are currently restoring an old Bally Silverball Mania, in which these side rails came off of. They are scratched, has some dents/pitting, etc. Please see pictures for condition of rails.

These rails are in fair to poor condition.

Due to the length of these side rails they will ship UPS Ground and will only be shipped to folks within the U.S. and will cost $39.95 for shipping. If interested, please send me a P.M.

Additional Information:
These rails are 51.4" in length are made from stainless steel. These are the original side rails on our Silverball Mania but were also used on many games from 1974 to 1981.

Each of these side rails has a total of 9 nail holes (8 on the side and one on the top at the back), and 2 square carriage bolt holes (1 at the front and 1 at the back). ~ this listing is for the side rails ONLY and does NOT come with the hardware to attach the rails to your pinball machine.

Please double check your machine to make sure these are the correct side rails for your game.

Thanks for looking.

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Monroe, MI, US


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