In 1936, for just $179.50, any establishment could purchase this 9 foot bowling game with all the thrills of the larger game!
Chicago Coin Corporation really nailed it with this flyer. I still want one, 77 years later!
Perfect for tournament practise!
Skee-Ball was a big hit at this time, so these smaller versions would have been great for getting into the full size game.
Incidentally, the purchase cost of $180 would now cost you around $3000. I think this is still great value by modern standards.
This and many more arcade flyers can be found at The Arcade Flyer Archive.
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