Just thought I'd let everyone know I finished this project (almost) with help from Larry Bieza and his pictures on Marvelous Marvin's site. I had to rebuild the wiper scoring mechanism, and learned a few things about very small (i.e. 2-56 taps and dies) along the way. The machine is actually a Keeney Anti-Aircraft. It is the earliest version, that randomly projects the plane across a wall or screen 19ft away, along with the shots taken and hits scored. Its really neat when you pull trigger and the front of that machine gun lights up red and the relay Rat-a-tat-tats inside the cabinet. Score a hit an the big bell rings and a red slide pops in front of the projector to turn the "aeroplane" red. It still gives too many shots before shutting off the scoring, but I'll figure that out too.
Took me 20 years to get to it, but I'm really glad I finally got it going
I'm forwarding a couple photos to Dave to add to this post.
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