When he's not putting out fires, Richard Bright, of Bright's Antique Slot Machine Restorations, repairs and restores antique slot machines. He's been fixing up slot machines for the last 35 years and during that time he estimates that he's repaired or restored at least 500 machines.
No matter how big or small the task, or whether you need a repair or full restoration, Richard wants to help you with your antique slot machine project. He stands by his work, offering a lifetime guarantee as long as you own your machine and are willing to bring it to him for the work to be done.
What I like most about Richard's service is that he states that there is a 99% chance that an original part will be used instead of a reproduction. While reproduction parts look the same, they don't have the same look and feel that original parts do.
Bright's also buys slot machines. You can feel free to contact Richard with any antique, especially if it is a Mills, Jennings, Pace, Watling and Caille. He's always interested in these machines.
Slot Machines for Sale
There are just shy of 20 slot machines for sale on Bright's website. Most of them are pre-1950 machines, with a few machines dating back as far as 1923. No prices are listed, so you'll have to contact Richard if you want a quote.
There are a couple of non-slot machines for sale, too. At the moment he has a Betty Boop clock and an old cash register.
Shipping is free to the lower 48 states with the exception of the states that they don't sell to (Alabama, Connecticut, Hawaii, Indiana, Nebraska, South Carolina, and Tennessee).
Contact Bright's Antique Slot Machine Restorations
If you'd like to contact Richard you can do so using the following information:
Bright's Antique Slot Machine Restorations
3406 Burgundy Rd