1974 Matsuya Pachinko Machine known as North, South, East, and West


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This is a vintage 1974 Matsuya Pachinko Machine. This machine is known as “North, South, East, and West” as the machine has north, south, east and west  on the main attraction on it in Japanese. The background is the “Target Paint”. It is a semi-automatic pachinko machine. This machine features: Three tulips, Seven pay pockets and 6 spinners.

This machine includes the following accessories: A set of wooden feet  for free standing, is set up for 2 C-cell battery for the powering the lights (Power is not needed for play just to light the lights to show a win or out of balls in back tray), a lost ball bin, copy of an owners manual, DVD on how to set up machine for play, and 500 Pachinko balls.

This machine was stripped down to its basic parts and thoroughly cleaned. All of the plastic and metal parts of the mechanism were cleaned and polished. All of the original components were reused and any missing or broken parts have been repaired, replaced, or fabricated to working condition, (replacement parts have not been produced for over 40 years). When the machine was reassembled, all wood screws holding the mechanism and on the playing field were replaced with stainless steel screws. Once the machine was reassembled, it was thoroughly tested and playing field nails have been adjusted for playability.

Finished reconditioned machines may have some pitted chrome, scratches, discolored plastic, water stains, missing covers not needed for play, etc.  This is due to the conditions the machine has been exposed to over the years, and should not effect playablety of machine. I have done my best to produce the best quality reconditioned machine possible, but please keep these facts in mind when purchasing this machine.



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