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Beach Queens,

Features: 1 ball per game. Pop bumper (1), Kick-out hole (1), no flippers. Powerful slingshot kickers propel the ball to the upper playfield. The object is to light all eleven girls on the backglass for replays. Hitting a numbered bumper 1 through 9 lights the corresponding numbered girl on the backglass. The kick-out hole value rotates from 1 through 11. Falling into kick-out hole will lite its current value onto the backglass, and scoring either #10 or #11 in this way will lite both numbers on the backglass. The kick-out hole propels ball to the outhole.
Manufacturer: Bally Manufacturing Corporation (1931-1983) [Trade Name: Bally]
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Players: February 17, 1960 / 1
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Model Number: 651
Theme: Pageantry
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
Notes: This one-ball game awards replays. The non-replay version of this game is Bally's 1960 'Tropic Queens'. We previously showed a production run quantity of 950 units for this Model 651. However, Bally's Numerical List of Machines indicates it was Model 646, Bally's 1960 'Beauty Queens', that had a run of 950 units. No quantity was indicated for Model 651. The schematic wiring part number is W-921-2d. The playfield layout and general game strategy was used earlier in Keeney's 1960 'Eleven Belles' which had flippers.
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