After the coin tube, used to pay out wins, is full the extra nickels are directed into a chute and fall into a large bucket in the bottom of the cabinet. The machine sits on the original cabinet that was on the casino floor in Lake Tahoe. So, the machine and cabinet are pretty much the way it was when it left the casino. The machine is all original except for the modifications made by the casino to store the extra coins.
The case are cast aluminum, which are nickel plated. The nickel plating exhibits some pitting and wear but is in very good condition for an unrestored 68 year old machine.
The red plastic lights are in excellent condition with no evidence of damage, crazing or cracking. This slot machine has a guaranteed jackpot. The award card, marquee and reel strips appear to be original and are in great condition for their age. The machine plays and pays as it should. The jackpot is set up to payout when hit and works perfectly.
All statements made in this ad are based on my research and are to the best of my knowledge believed to be true. The item "Antique Slot Machine Jennings Governors Choice Slot Machine" is in sale since Monday, June 26, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Casino\Slots\Machines\Antique Coin Slot Machines". The seller is "vegas2102" and is located in Henderson, Nevada.This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.