Midway coin doors

Midway coin doors appeared on Midway games from the ’70s, before video games. They continued after Bally acquired Midway, and were used on some of the later Bally pinball machines after Bally started getting really cheap in the late ’80s.

Midway coin door. This is in a Midway cabinet but is not all-original.

Midway coin door. This is in a Midway cabinet but is not all-original.

Labeled anatomy of a Midway door's parts.

Labeled anatomy of a Midway door’s parts.

A Spy Hunter upright with a Midway coin door.

A Spy Hunter upright with a Midway coin door in its natural habitat.

 

Parts

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