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1950 Chicago Coin Play Ball pinball machine

The 1950 Chicago Coin (CCM) Play Ball is a re-make of the 1934 Rockola World Series baseball game. The original Rockola was a pure mechanical game (no electric.) The CCM Playball remake is electric, and much bigger. The Rockola used very small balls, where the CCM version uses a standard 1 1/16" pinball. The electrified CCM version here actually plays a lot better than the original 1934 Rockola version, and we like it a lot better. It's fair rare, being over 60 years old! The object is to get as many runs as possible, like any other baseball. But it's all about the ball delivery, as there's no flippers on this game.

This is the actual game at the Ann Arbor Michigan pinball museum. Any questions regardling this game, or any games for sale, please email the Ann Arbor Pinball Museum at
info@vfwpinball.com

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