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1/24 US Pinball Machine 1940s-1950s

Manufactured by: AK-Interactive

Price: AU$31.95

US$25.40;  €20.93
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    Product Description
    This game has its origins in the eighteenth century France, but it was in the United States a century later where metal nails were added and pinball in its modern form was born. The initial American pinballs were games of chance in which the players had no control over the ball, since there were no flippers to hit it. In 1940s and 1950s, many machines provided money reward when the player achieved a certain score. These were subsequently banned in most of America's big cities, including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, until the mid-1970s, because they have been considered as addictive as drugs.
    This Doozy model represents a pinball machine from the 1940s and 1950s period (without controls), and keeps all the flavour and style of these machines as used in the United States in that era.

    • Manufactured by: AK-Interactive
    • SKU: AK-DZ028
    • Package Weight: 40g
    • Over 5 Units in Stock
    • Code: [K-07R-2]

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