13′ Centennial Skee-Ball Alley Home
Skee-Ball, Skee-Ball Inc. (Formerly Philadelphia Toboggan Company), 1977 and newer, solidstate skee ball game (still in production today by ICE). This gives CCM ball bowlers a more solid look and play feel.
Cabinet Style Weights and Measures
1951: Top Hat (shuffle alley), United, 1951, six players, , . Mercury Deluxe Shuffle Alley, United, 10/54, . , United, 3/58, a spin and release style roll down bowler with moving sights, uses two 2″ balls, 6 foot long, two players, no lane switches (ball hits pins and uses overhead pin feedback switches instead). , Williams, 8/70, #379, manikin bowler, reissue of / (12/57). But kids love them because the rules are very simple, yet the object (hitting the smallest bullseye hole) is difficult to achieve. United Bowling and Shuffle Alley Games (Alphabetic). United continued to make shuffle alley all the way to the 1990s.
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4-way Shuffle Alley, United, 11/59, Four Way, 4 Way, . , United, 3/61, 4.5″ balls, five different games, first United ball bowler with 5 different games, last United game with “snout” style pinhood. The first shuffle alley, United’s “Shuffle-Alley”, in October 1949. (Taken from a October 1949 advertisement). Feature Bowler (shuffle alley), Chicago Coin, 7/54. Holiday Bowler (shuffle alley), Chicago Coin, 9/54, . , Chicago Coin, 1972, 13/16 foot lengths (additional 4 and 8 foot extensions available), 4.5″ balls, 5 games (with Beer frame). 6 Player Shuffle Alley, United, 6/51, six players, lightbox scoring (no score reels), , .
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Questions ? (800) 746-2255 Â .Â Â + 561.391.7200Â . Â Â + 561.288.4889Â .Â . Spotlite (shuffle alley), Chicago Coin, 11/63. , Chicago Coin, 1/64, swing-away backbox cabinet for easier service with “free back” or “outlaw sprint wing”, 13/16/21 foot lengths, 6 games. Deliver and Install Pool Table and Pro StyleÂ Shuffleboard The delkievry and proper assembly of these products requires additional time and personal. Again, I am currently looking for one (please contact me at if you know of one for sale).
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Rocket Shuffle alley, Chicago Coin, 3/58, *two* player, a ball popper shuffle alley. Omni Shuffle Alley, United/Williams, 4/80, solidstate, , , , , .
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Shuffle Horseshoes (shuffle alley), Chicago Coin, early 1950s (exact year unknown), 2 players, . Speed Lane Bowler (shuffle alley), Keeney, 5/55, six players, , . In 1963-1969 Bally used their unique “swing-away” pins, which were the best of all worlds – the ball hit the pins directly, and the pins swiveled in any direction, allowing them to hit adjacent pins.
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That means 6×3=18 score reels that will need cleaned (unfrozen!) And adjusted. This limits the price which can be asked (I am currently looking for one, so please contact me at if you know of one for sale in Michigan). Gold Star (shuffle alley), Chicago Coin, 8/65. , Chicago Coin, 8/65, lazy susan swivel score rack (rounded gooseneck pinhood), 13/17 foot lengths (4/8 foot extensions), natural oak lanes with stenciled graphics, 6 games. , Chicago Coin, 3/66. , Chicago Coin, 10/66, large 6″ balls with a single thumb hole, much like CCM’s . When the shot is lined up, a button is pressed releasing the ball on to the six foot alley, and the ball’s spin then shot it at the pins. There are many imitators out there among âalley rollerâ style games but there is only ONE âSkee Ballâ.
Skee-Ballâs Classic Alley Features:
Inside Delivery any Room and remove Packaging A two person delivery service that includes inside placement of the cartons in the room of your choosing, subject to a limit of two flights of stairs maximum. Slugger Shuffle Alley, United, 7/50, two players, . Sometimes 3-in-1 oil can be squirted inside the case (without “splitting the case”), on motors that are only slightly sluggish. Triple Strike Shuffle Alley, United/Williams, 1983, the last “United” shuffle alley, , . They would be until 1977 when Skee-Ball, Inc., Was officially spun-off from PTC but still under the same umbrella ownership.
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Spotlite (shuffle alley), Chicago Coin, 11/63. , Chicago Coin, 1968, 13.5/16.5 foot lengths, lazy susan swivel score rack, 4.5″ balls, 6 games. This warranty does not cover abuse or misuse or any item that is moved or repaired without authorization by The Pinball Company, LLC. Instructions for the various adjustments are located adjacent to the jack. Cimarron Shuffle Alley, United, 1971, , , . , United, 9/62, roll down bowler, 7 games, six players, 9 feet long, 3″ balls.