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Posted 4 years ago

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This is a ToonerValley Trolley that was manufactured by Bally in Chicago. It plugs into a standard outlet and RUNS ... it is NOT coin operated. This was given to us as a gift and we don't know anything about it other than it has been sitting in a garage underneath a bunch of stuff for the last 35 years...any kind of information or where to look for information would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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  1. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 4 years ago
    http://www.arcade-history.com/?n=toonerville-trolley&page=detail&id=33483&o=6
    http://rgparchive.com/rgpforum/showthread.php?t=5434
    http://auctions.findtarget.com/auction_item_search/page3/toonerville/

    Here are three sites that will give you information. While I don't think it will cover your mortgage, you have a nice piece of Americanna! If you don't want to sell it you could be a real hero at local elementary school Spring Festivals or Fall Festivals. At 25 cents a ride you could do a lot of good for the schools!
  2. dwlb54, 4 years ago
    hi-ive restored one several years ago and can help where i can--ive yet to locate a parts book -bally was religous about game manuals-your front light which is missing is actually a 53-55 ford stop light--any standard bally coin box/timer will work but w/bally logo are getting scarce-hope this helps-dances with light bulbs
  3. dwlb54, 4 years ago
    ps --working correctly they are a rough rough ride-fun at the time but i would be afraid to expose one to public use now dwlb

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