Description: Spark Plug, Bally, 1934, player inserts a coin and then presses the small lever by the coin slot to feed the coin. Next the player moves the front dial to the horse number desired. Then the player pulls the side lever and the horses spin and race around. The winning horse is the horse in the front closest to the player. The horse number which the player picked is shown in a small display hole in front of the winning horse. If the winning horse is the same number as the player picked horse, the machine pays out on the lower side metal tray. Came in nickle and penny denominations. Though a trade stimulator, Bally Sparkplug is more of a counter-top slot machine much like 1936 Seeburg Grand National Sweepstakes and Rockola's Official Sweepstakes.
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