The 1950s rodeo horse ride is tuned for a coin-free adventure

There is always place in your game room to fit in an old-school arcade game right? And adding the right charm to your room is a classic 1950s kiddies ride that takes you back to the Old West. Originally created by the Bally Manufacturing Corporation, the game is named after the horse of television cowboy Gene Autry. Powered by AC, the coin slot has been replacing by a free-play button. The 48-inch high, 30-inch wide, 60-inch long, and 400 lbs heavy fully functional game sport the genuine leather saddle, box-type stirrups, and reins to hasten. The toy is priced at $6,500.

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