It’s not really possible for you to attend horse races all year round. But if you can’t get enough of it, why not get a coin-operated horse racing machine for your game room? Well, up for grabs is a “long case” model by the Baker Novelty and Manufacturing Company of Chicago that lets you race up to seven mechanical horses on a rather short track race with nickels. Not just that, you can also see the odds placed for each horse, and the daily double is at the end of the track, so place your bets and race to finish. The machine is 38.5 inches tall, 23.13 inches long, and 38.13 inches deep. Priced at $42,500, the slot machine pictorially depicts the first 100 Years, 1991, Marshall Fey.
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