My email address: email@example.com I am taking on restoration and repair projects and am devoting as much time as I possibly can to
complete them in a timely fashion, usually in two to four weeks. The best way to contact me is through my email address
listed above as I check it several times a day. I do have a cell phone but have a bad habit of setting it down somewhere
and can never find it. If the air compressor is on, I'll never hear it ring. Just leave a message and I'll do my best
to get back to you.
Sincerely, Jeff Frahm
We are on the move once again. Please make note of our soon to be new address !
Professional Antique Slot Machine Repair
and Restoration Service
Our new mailing address on May 6th, 2020 will be:
1093 Winter Lake Drive
Fenton, MO 63026
New Phone Number: 314-910-9346
Notice: I have a new email address!!!! firstname.lastname@example.org I will be checking this daily!
Established in 1995, Two-Bit Restorations specializes in the repair and restoration of
antique coin operated gambling devices and slot machines dating from the 1890s throught
the early 1950s. I specialize in the restoration of the Bally Reliance and Buckley Bones and the Mills Dice machines
as well as the Mills Dewey and Chicago floor model uprights from the turn of the last century. All other mechanical
slot machines are welcome on my bench,too! Especially trade stimulators and Arcade devices. Take a look at the
next five pages to see just a small example of the machines that have been brought back to life in my shop.
The value of antique slot machines has skyrocketed over the past forty years.
You can maximize the investment potential of your antique machine by having it repaired or restored back to its original factory
Slot machines have been my passion since acquiring my first machine back in 1958.
I have been a full time slot machine mechanic and restorer since l971. My first company, founded in 1973, Speakeasy
Antiques was located in Kirkwood, Missouri. In 1979, upon legalization of private ownership and possession of antique
slot machines, I became a co-founder of the St. Louis Slot Machine Company, performing repairs and restoration work as well
as managing the shop. I retired from the St. Louis Slot Machine Company in 1995, moved to Colorado and founded
"Two-Bit Restorations". From the beginning, it has been my goal to perform museum quality restorations
and repairs on any type of mechanical antique slot machine at a fair cost to my customers.
|Bally Reliance with Rare Jackpot Front attachment
|A recent restoration project.
|(Click to enlarge.)
|Interior, back side of Reliance Mechanism