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Pachislo Slot Machine Value
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Interest will be charged to your account from the date of purchase if the balance is not paid in full within 6 months. Minimum monthly payments are required. Subject to credit approval. See terms – for PayPal credit, open in new window or taAww CRAP – look what followed me home from a local Goodwill earlier today, after spotting it there yesterday afternoon but turning down the price even after the nice checkout lady let me walk behind her counter to take a closer look. Then I couldn’t get it out of my head, so made a 2nd trip there this morning to check again… during which (store manager?) Bruce was finally *ever* so helpful other than hauling it out behind the counter so I could actually plug it in to see what would happen – even more so considering (and agreeing to) my slightly lower price ‘offer’ after doing so. BUT WAIT — there’s more — by the time it got to my credit card at the cash register, Bruce had done me EVEN BETTER… turns out the machine had just the right ‘color code’ price tag on it, so even though he technically called it full price, I brought it home for HALF PRICE instead??!!!
I’m barely in the process of discovering what it really IS, beyond a Japanese built (I think) machine, probably not terribly old, maybe made for a variety of commercial services, but now apparently (according to labels inside) it is ‘remanufactured’ (by a company in Rochester, NY) for home use. I’m also barely in the process of *playing* with it to determine if it really *works* — all I can say for sure right now is that it energizes and relieves like it *wants* to work. I still haven’t figured out how to get his wheels turning…it could (please?!) just be a matter of a “reset” process that I haven’t found yet.
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Does the learning continue?!! 🙂 This is what is called a “PACHISLO” machine. They seem to be very popular and are commonly found in arcades in Japanese cities (along with “PACHINKO” vertical pinball machines) and differ from more typical ‘slot machines’ in that their reels, once they spin, are individually stopped by the player (via the 3 big buttons directly below them, which light up in 2 different colors during play) instead of automatically by the machine itself. THIS distinction gives them the (legal, anyway?) qualification of being a “game of skill” versus “game of chance”.
This particular model was produced in 2002 and has a ‘dance party/rave’ theme. It seems (thankfully!) to be a fairly US-friendly design (for whatever reason?) as the essential functions/etc are labeled in English (lots and lots of Japanese too) and its ‘voice’ also speaks English. Yes – in addition to a *wide* variety of sound effects while in use – it also plays music and ‘talks’. The small red display panel directly to the right of its reels is another unique feature of this model (I think?) which is actually an LED matrix that shows various moving patterns/scroll letters/etc while the game is in play, also occasionally ‘part of the game’ turns into some sort of ‘bonus mode’ that I haven’t discovered yet.
And yes, as I’ve already added to ‘comment’, I’m currently waiting on a few hundred more tokens to really start putting it through its paces and figuring out what it all does – but for now it seems in every case if it will work JUST FINE?!!
My package of ‘authentic vintage’ tokens arrived right on schedule last week, and I’m now more than happy to report that my CLUB RODEO does indeed appear to be in *completely functional condition in every way*, even if I continue to actually learn ‘how to play it’ along with further details of ‘what it is/how it works/etc/etc’. [another thing learned by accident…it’s not entirely easy to hold a phone camera with one hand while playing a slot machine with the other…?? ] I added a post for the tokens themselves here:
Sold Price: Japanese Pachislo / Slot Machine, A Type Aladdin Ii Model
Here’s today’s related little ‘happy fact’ — on a return visit to the same GW store, Bruce was behind the counter when I checked out, so I asked him if he remembered me…he didn’t until I also ‘slot ‘called machine’. THEN he remembered and immediately asked if I got it to work – when I smiled and answered YES, we chatted a bit more during which he reached under the counter with an “Oh, you have to have these too”, come with a small bag full of ~50 more tokens which turned out to be one that ‘came loose’ from my machine (or the other two also sold them in “working” condition the previous week for much more $, which I never saw . .. that’s probably a good thing too?!!) while it/they were sitting there. When I showed him the shaky phone cam video, he grabbed one more driver-type guy to stop and watch as well (who also immediately went to grab me the bag of tokens until Bruce told him he already did it?! ) and both were equal. sincerely happy for my outcome with that. What do you know… one would expect a FREE BONUS now and then from a slot machine, but not so much from a charity shop…??!!
Antique Jennings 5¢ Automatic Slot… $1,076 A-361 VINTAGE 30’S/40’S MILLS NOVEL… $987 *RARE* Antique Wood Bally Pinball R… $1,035 Early Slot Machine Collector Magazi… $32My Brother father in law grabbed it for me on a whim. Is there any value in these things? Or should I just let the kids hit? They seem to like playing it so far. I’ll get some pictures tonight. Not even sure what it’s called since a lot of the text is in Chinese.
Little or no value. I had 2 one that I paid $50 the other gave me. In working order around $200 is normal. They are quite fun. In retrospect, it makes me laugh. It was a late night.
Yes, he paid $40 for it. The machine itself looks pretty legit, *sounds* like a casino slot anyway. I am happy with that.
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Depends on the theme. For example, a Metal Slug or other game themed pachislo will have much more value to people in the state than a generic machine. That said, $300 would be the top tier value on any of them in my opinion.
Phetishboy said: Not even sure what it’s called since a lot of the text is in Chinese. Click to expand…
It looks pretty cool, nice to have something different in the playroom. I bet it gets some play.
Tighe said: Hate be that guy, but it’s Japanese. Honestly, they have almost no value. Click to expand…
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I just guessed it was Chinese as in made in China. I really don’t give a damn what language it’s in, all I know is I can’t read the damn thing.
Braido said: Looks pretty cool, nice to have something different in the playroom. I bet it gets some play. Click to expand…
Phetishboy said: I just guessed it was Chinese as in made in China. I really don’t give a damn what language it’s in, all I know is I can’t read the damn thing. Click to expand…
In terms of value, they do have significant value depending on the game, manufacturer and condition, mostly whether they are original or not. Some of the pachislo machines I deal with cost $600 to $1000. Yes, many go for well under $100 in the states because most people don’t know how to fix them (or even know how to set them up due to label translation) or where to get parts and determine that cheap Japanese machines and throw it away.
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The other problem with