Description: Twin Bowler (bowling alley), Chicago Coin, 12/58, 4" balls, two ball bowlers right next to each other in a single game. Because the game can't be separated by lane, construction of this unit is different and less robust than a standard ball bowler. For example, 3/4 plywood is used for the sides of the game (instead of thick heavy oak). Also note the gutters are much narrower than a normal single lane ball bowler. The problem is, this game had to fit through doorways, so CCM did what they could to make the game as narrow as possible, yet still have a normal ball bowler lane width. A rare bowler but one that probably isn't very practical for most people or locations.
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