Ball Bowlers

Remember when games were not hand held and the sounds were not digitally produced?

Today’s kids have literally thousands of games at their fingertips. But, no matter what game they chose, the format is always the same. Digitally produced images, phony sounds and no human interaction.

Bit, there was a time when playing a game really meant PLAYING. You used real balls, saw live action and enjoyed real sounds as you played the game. Antique Ball Bowlers were one of the most popular games of the era from the 1950’s through the 1980’s.

Bring a piece of nostalgia and history into your home to share with your family and friends. We have a large inventory of Ball Bowlers ready for your restoration or we can do the restoration for you.

We also have a large selection of exclusive Ball Bowler parts. Be sure to check out our catalog for our current inventory and prices.

Brief History Of Ball Bowlers

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Remember the 50’s? Malt shops, a new food craze called Pizza and everyone went bowling.

Bowling was the great American pass time. It was during this bowling rage that United invented coin operated Ball Bowling machines. These machines were solidly made with formica lanes and were anywhere from thirteen to thirty-two feet long.

Other companies like Chicago Coin and Bally quickly followed suite and soon almost every corner bar and arcade had their own Ball Bowling machine.

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Here is a list of our current bowlers in stock. We work on bowlers to order. Once a title or a style of bowler is picked out, then we will help match you to a game. If a bowler has a price next to it, then it is finished and ready to go. All bowlers listed are For Sale on a first come, first serve basis. Our inventory is always changing. Feel free to call or email us at any time if you are looking for a certain game.

 

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Last Updated 01/27/2022

 

13′ BALL BOWLERS

1-1970 Chicago Coin Mardi Gras 13′

1-1959 Bally Challenger 14′