Please e-mail me @ firstname.lastname@example.org I am an expert on vintage coin operated machines and would love to help anyone that needs info. I can answer questions on vending machine, arcade machine, fortune teller, slot machine, digger/crane machine, gumball machine, syrup dispencer, peanut machine, gum machine, strength testor, pinball machine, gambling machine, bowling machine, etc. If it takes a coin, I can give you info on it. A few of the many manufacturers of these machines are Columbus Vending Machine Co., R.D. Simpson, Advance Machine Co., Bluebird Products Co., Chester Pollard, Chicago Coin, Mutoscope, Evans, Seeburg, etc.
I have been collecting machines for 7 years, and have close to 200 coin operated machines.
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Hello, the standard peanuts to be vended are the de-shelled dry roasted. The only problem is that the salt will eat into the machine, so you might want to consider gumballs. The other option is pistachios
Hello, pricing would really depend on condition of the machine. If you could send me a picture, I could give you a pretty accurate price. My e-mail address is email@example.com Thank you
Hello, your machine sounds like it could be made by the Columbus Vending Company, but I would really have to see a picture to tell you exactly. If you would like to send a picture, my e-mail address if
Hey Debbie, I should be able to help you, but would really need to see a picture of the machine. There were a ton of British machines brought over, so it is hard to tell from the description which one
Hey Tony, your machine looks to be in pretty nice condition. Normally these machines sell in the $300-$600 range depending on condition and completeness. If yours has the back door, the lock, and works
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