Trade Stimulator,horse Race Game,coin-op, Slot Machine,gambling,penny Arcade For Sale
Description: Grand National Sweepstakes, Seeburg, 1936, really more of a slot machine than an arcade game. Seeburg Grand National was made in the 1930s when gambling on pinball games had become extremely popular. Seeburg wanted a piece of the action, so they made this cash payout horserace game. The player selected the number of the horse desired to bet on, then the circle of horses would spin, and if it stopped on that horse number, you won! Often this game has a mint vendor, which makes it seem like less of a slot machine/gambling machine
EVERYTHING LOOKS ORIGINAL BUT IS MISSING THE COIN-MECH AND PLATE. WHEN YOU PULL DOWN ON THE LEVER THE HORSES DO SPIN AROUND.
I bought this machine at the coin-op show in Chicago. I will have the machine professionally packed. amazing machine. Grpahics are in good shape