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Slots of Montana has the following Mills antique slot machines in stock and ready to ship. All of our slots are original models, mechanically reconditioned and are in working order. Slots of Montana provides a two (2) year warranty to the original purchaser of our machines. Slots of Montana offers free shipping on all slot machines that are.
We buy, sell, repair and service the following brands: Restorations, Restore a slot machine, Restore, Caille Commercial, Caille Ben Hur, Caille, clean a slot, repair slot machine, Golden Nugget, Buckley Bones, Jennings Standard Chief Bell, Jennings Buckaroo, Mills Diamond BellCherry Front, Watling Rol-A-Top, Rol-A-Top Bird of Paradise, Checkerboard, Mills Silent Golden Bell, Mills Bonus Bell.
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Among the Fairies and Knomes, Do you have an old mechanical gadget, slot machine, Pinball Machine or Jukebox you want rid of? We pay CASH and we COLLECT any type of mechanical or electro-mechanical slot machine (NOT modern day Fruit machines!), Pinball Machines, Jukeboxes, Vintage Vending, Old One Arm Bandits or Allwin Flickball, Vintage typewriters, and any mechanical device or machine.
Slot machines are a primary producer of casino revenue and popular collectible items. As a blend of electronic and mechanical components, slot machines will wear with age and require routine repairs. Complex repairs require the use of a qualified technician, but common repairs can be carried out by the machine owner.
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