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Vintage Arcade Skee-Ball Machine: Quarters Not Required

by Conner Flynn
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Back before your fancy video games and Oculus Rift goggles, there was Skee-Ball. Old-timey? Yes. But a very fun game of skill (and luck). Now you can prove that you are the ultimate old timey gamer with your very own vintage arcade Skee-Ball machine.

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This machine is perfect for your game room or man-cave. It is all old-timey oak and classic design. And you don’t even have to visit a carnival or amusement park to play. Of course that also means that you won’t be winning any large stuffed animals either. Oh well.

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It’s all about the high score anyway. Who needs stuffed animals? It can be yours for the low, low price of $6,995(USD) from Restoration Hardware. You’ll also need some friends to help move this 750 pound beast into your house – delivery is curbside only. Still, it’s totally worth it. Then again, it’s not my money.

[via This Is Why I’m Broke]

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