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I see a lot of V-line machines for sale. they look pretty solid but i dont know anything about them. thoughts?

 

also the guy who tried to sell them to me, i stuck a quarter in and it wouldnt turn, so i dont know if it was a scam or if it was broken.. but it was 3 machines that didnt turn.

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Just now, Starcat said:

damn vendstars arent in your mantra ;(

I tested a TON of machines, those are the ones that work. I cant use beaver as they are plastic but I love their coin mechs

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57 minutes ago, parrotthead said:

I tested a TON of machines, those are the ones that work. I cant use beaver as they are plastic but I love their coin mechs

An Oak Acorn body will fit The Beaver base, turning it into an all metal machine. I take the round globes off and use a 300 Oak globe too.  If you want a picture of how it looks give me a text. I have done quite a few that way. 

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Beaver machines rarely come up for sale down here and I have never seen an an oak acorn except in pictures lol. Around here most of what is for sale is junk but I have plenty of machines right now ... ALL of them oak and northwestern starcat

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An Oak Acorn body will fit The Beaver base, turning it into an all metal machine. I take the round globes off and use a 300 Oak globe too.  If you want a picture of how it looks give me a text. I have done quite a few that way. 


Have u used the collars for the beavers?


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I have had V-Lines before, comparable to LYPC and the "Silent Sales Force" machines that came before them. Cheap Chinese plastic junk, with sticky coin mechs. Best part involved was the pipe stand- it's tough to mess up a pipe stand. ;)

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2 hours ago, Starcat said:

Ok, the center bottom machine looks like a Komet, absolutely not new nor is it collectible. The two out side machines could be repainted the proper red and fetch a nice price as antiques. The top machine, I wish the pic was better, it's older but can't tell if the globe is a newer or older, if older it also is collectible. If you could get it for fifty bucks and add some elbow grease you would have a start on a collection or some nicer vintage machines to sell.

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8 hours ago, vendtex said:

It's a metal band that the sell that screws into the base and protects the plastic. Also makes it easier to collect


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I dont have plastic on my Beaver machines. I take it off and throw it away. I use Oak Acorn bodies.  

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31 minutes ago, Starcat said:

well i see a million more vendstars for sale than anything else. i see 1 or 2 oaks for sale here and there. but usually lots of vendstars so they are much easier to get.

and there is a reason they are easy to get

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