I found this game on EBay. It was located in Metro Detroit
at an arcade. Monopoly was a current machine at the time and
I picked it up for 2k less than they were selling new. It
was in bad need of a shop job and a few parts. I'm in the
process of hunting down a NOS playfield for it now. It seems
that the company who makes the playfields had a hard time
with his one. I have seen a lot of playfields for sale but
all of them look like seconds (smeared ink, bad registration.)
As I'm writing this PinDel is tracking down one for me. I
also plan on creating a backboard graphic. The machine comes
with a red backboard that is very visible and very plain.
I also purchased two boxes of spare parts for the machine
from Marc B. and a Pat Lawlor autographed translite.
Just about everyone in the free world knows how to play the
game. The pinball machine works the same way, collect properties
and money. The bank is an interesting toy. It's a gate that
stands in the way of accessing the left ramp. The twirling flipper
on the right is interesting but on occasion it traps balls which
is kind of a drag. I like the machine. People who come over
also enjoy playing it.
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