Champagne (bowling alley), Chicago Coin, 1969. – Galaxy (shuffle alley), Chicago Coin, 1969. Top Hat (bowling alley), Chicago Coin, 1969, lazy susan swivel rating rack, 4.5″ balls, 13.5/16.5 foot lengths, six games (including a beer body). – Varsity shuffle alley, Chicago Coin, 1969, BG, Game. – Esquire, Chicago Coin, 1970, BG, game, sport. – Gayety (shuffle alley), Chicago Coin, 1970, flyer. Mardi Gras (bowling alley), Chicago Coin, 1970. – Caprice (shuffle alley), Chicago Coin, 1971, BG, Game. Monte Carlo (bowling alley), Chicago Coin, 1971, 13/sixteen foot lengths (further 4 and eight foot extensions available), lazy susan swivel score rack, 6 video games (include Beer frame), 4.5″ balls. Championship Bowler (shuffle alley), Chicago Coin, 11/56. CCM Ball Bowler era.

With a compact and vibration free construction, the machine is suitable for all open mouth glass ampoules. Ampoule sealer for sealing the ampoules. The double head ampoule filling and sealing machine has a vertical assortment tray with stuffed and sealed ampoules. The 2 head ampoule filling and sealing machine is made for the use in Pharmaceutical industry. Twin Bowler, Common, early 1950s (actual date unknown), two participant shuffley alley with lightbox scoring. When the 8 frames are performed, the game ends and the pins pop up, ending the game. Bango, Chicago Coin, 1949. A novelty shuffle alley with no pins. Tournament Ski-Bowl, Chicago Coin, 1/57, a shuffle alley utilizing a ball and skee-alley scoring, 10 foot.

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