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Up for sale is a complete original Fields Baby Jacks trade stimulator. It has the original paint, dust, back door, and lock. The original glass, with wire support, is cracked in a couple of places and I have tried to find a replacement, with a similar wire pattern, but I have been unable to find a similar replacement thus far. My local glass supplier tells me that you can purchase glass with wire infused, but not with the particular pattern that was originally used in this machine. The new owner could always replace the glass with a piece of clear glass, if desired. Shipping should be $35.00 anywhere in the USA. I can deliver this machine for free to the Chicago Show on April 4 or 5. Please call me with any questions at (912) 585-3008. Good luck! TomOn Mar-24-13 at 17:14:33 PDT, seller added the following information:
This is a nickel machine. I apologize for the prior omission.
On Mar-28-13 at 05:02:54 PDT, seller added the following information:
I have had a couple of people contact me and ask the size of the glass, which is cracked in two places: a diagonal crack, accross the lower left jackpot window and a horizontal crack. I believe that the approximate size of glass to be replaced will be about seven and one-half (7.5") inches by eleven (11') inches. Additionally, the horizontal crack in the glass runs along the area where the nickel drops into the machine, to be flipped up into the playfiled by the brass level on the side of the cabinet. This crack results in a slight indenture inwards at that spot and a nickel that is dropped into the cabinet will not always seat itself in the proper location, to be flipped upwards into the cabinet. The problem is caused by the inward dent of the crack and a new piece of glass will correct this problem. Please feel free to email me with any other questions.