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  1. Hello, I bought one of these machines from a woman locally. She has 6 of them left at $70 each, I've read about these and people love them. Does anybody have these, what is your experience with them? I don't have a location for it yet so some suggestions on what locations would do best is appreciated.
  2. I had all my keys stolen and am reaching out in hopes I can get my hands on even just one! Anyone have Beaver keys? S2 and S29 flat, B205, A906, A5120 flat or tubular (can't remember) Tubular - 5224, 8075, 8252, 8434, 8504, Flat - EC 102, SA104, SA115, 217, 695, A005 Half circle - 188 (Challenger crane) Willing to pay for them and for your time searching of course... If you recognize any key codes, please give me any info you have on where to find a duplicate.
  3. So I'm looking to expand my bulk operation, I'm currently looking in: Staten Island Long Island Brooklyn Queens I am also open to New Jersey, Connecticut, and PA call m-f 10am-9pm or text with info 24/7 917-731-3891 9177313891
  4. I’m brand new to all of this, so I’ll apologize in advance for any newbie ignorance this question may involve. I’ve located a lot of 20 double-head beaver gumball/candy machines, but the owner states they do not have keys for any of the machines. How big of a pain can I expect this to be? Is there a way to locate keys for these or should I expect to drill out and replace the lock(s) on every machine? Thanks in advance for any thoughts.
  5. From the album: Misc. Bin

    I was recently in the Wisconsin Dells, and wound up at the Kalahari's "Indoor Amusement Park". It's a big place with a little bit of everything with a lot of ticket redemption equipment. However, I was surprised to see this- a Beaver Tri-Tower kiosk near the big rides. I haven't seen one of these in the field in years, so I snapped a (shaky) picture.
  6. From the album: Misc. Bin

    I was making a "short" reply to a thread in the bulk section when I used the phrase "Beaver Clones Attack!" and immediately the Star Wars movie came to mind. A few minutes later, and this amateurish photo is the result. It's dumb, but it made me smile, so here it is for the rest of you! Enjoy!
  7. Established in 1963 as Machine-O-Matic, Beaver began as an aluminum and zinc casting manufacturer, producing replacement parts for bulk venders. Once established, the company quickly expanded, casting a variety of components for a wide range of customers. Today, Beaver Machine Corporation designs, fabricates and sells a wide variety of innovative mechanical bulk vending and flat line vending machines, while still maintaining our casting business. BMC's mechanical rotary coin mechanisms are known as the best in the industry and are offered in over 100 countries around the world. They are designed to measure the diameter and thickness of each coin, while rejecting slugs and foreign currency of similar size. The NG coin mechanism is used not only in Beaver’s own equipment, but is also presently sold to other equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of several types of vending equipment, worldwide. Beaver Machine Corporation continues to believe in constant improvement. We invest much of our time and energy on research and development for the creation of new products, as well as the maintenance of established lines. Today, with the help of Computer Assisted Design, or CAD models, we continue to research and refine our products to make them work for you. For more information about our products, please visit www.beavervending.com, or feel free to contact us here on The VENDiscuss Forum with any questions or suggestions. We look forward to hearing from you!
  8. caserri

    Beaver Kiosk

    From the album: Hodge Podge

    Sweet Beaver kiosk at my local mall.
  9. It's a 5 way rack made by Beaver with 2 bigger machines for toys in the back, and 3 candy machines in the front. It's got a little rust around the edges of the back machines but the 3 candy ones in the front are in perfect condition. She gave me 5 keys, plus the coin key for the back machine, but 2 of the keys work on one of the small candy machines, and one of them doesn't have a key that works. I was so excited to make the deal i didn't test out all the keys, dumb move on my part. I'm going to give her a call today and see if she had any other keys. She was asking 525 and i offered 450, We met in the middle and I paid 475. Not sure if that's a good deal or not, but i'm happy just to have some machines to tinker with and I feel like I can get started trying to place them. Could use some advice though. My original plan was to stick to candy, but now i have two toy dispensers as well. (I think one is a 1" and one is a 2"?). I wanted to seperate the rack and try to get some more beaver candy machines and some 2 way stands and then try to place the toy machines later on their own somewhere. The 5 way just seems so big and bulky I have no clue who would want it. Suggestions? I will upload photos when I get home!
  10. TheCandy


    From the album: My Machines

    One of my more interesting machine on location in a local mall. hope it does well.
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