RARE: Pacific Amusement's LITE-A-LINE

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Added: March 29, 2012 Edited: March 29, 2012

  • City: Bowmanville
  • Province: Ontario
  • Country: Canada

Possibly the earliest pingame to employ this theme was Pacific Amusement's LITE-A-LINE which appeared on the market in late 1934.  This game had a circular playfield containing 25 holes numbered "1" through "25".  The backglass had three 5 by 5 number patterns similar to a "bingo card".  The player "bought" 1, 2, or all cards by depositing coins in three separate coin chutes (one for each card).  In order to win the player had to light a row of 5 numbers on the selected card(s).


Expert taken from: http://danny.cdyn.com/russ44.htm


See also link below from the Internet Pinball Database


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    lite a line by Dennis Whitman:

    Not sure what you're asking for it or if it's still available. I'm putting in an offer but to be honest I have no idea of the value.

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