I comes with the original keys and 831 payout mech service manual. When i got the machine, i noticed all the moving parts were packed with tons of dried grease and nothing moved internally.After hours of degreasing with lacquer thinner, i was able to get the reels spinning and played with it for a few days. At one point, i hit a larger jackpot but only had a few bucks in the payout hopper, causing the bell to keep ringing. To stop the ringing, i unplugged the machine and added more quarters.
Once i plugged it back in, it wouldn't accept quarters, they just get auto-rejected. I can see the reject coil is energized so the machine needs to be mechanically reset and then gone through to remove the remaining sticky grease residue. I love working on mechanical "things" but this is way to complex for me to attempt.
From what i saw initially, all of the lights were working on the panels. Not every single bulbs lights up at once but they were inspected/cleaned and i didn't notice any broken filaments. The glass is clean with minor flaking on the backer painting. The cabinet is in great shape with a clean veneer, free of holes or peeling.
All of the chrome looks really good for its age with the typical scuffs from coins and pulling on the lever. Even the upper glass panel and attendent light post is present without cracks or damage. Ballpark weight is 200lbs+ and about 3 1/2 tall with the light post. I can easily move it with a dolly and loaded in my truck with the help of one other person. Figure it going on a pallet that can be loaded with a forklift into a truck.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Casino\Slots\Machines\Antique Coin Slot Machines". The seller is "oldjunkhunter64" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.