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Features: Flippers (2), Pop bumpers (3), Slingshots (2), Standup targets (5), Upper ball return gate. Wedge head backbox, Drop-down cabinet.
Manufacturer: Maquinas Recreativas Sociedad Anonima, of Madrid, Spain [Trade Name: Maresa]
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
Notes: The playfield layout is almost identical to the zipper flipper game Williams' 1968 'Doozie', including all the same rollover buttons, but it has only three pop bumpers instead of five. Also, while the manufacturer's flyer indicates "flippers móviles", we cannot yet confirm if this game has zipper flippers. The lower cabinet has a "drop-down" front used to accommodate a large single-slot coin door. This cabinet feature was used frequently on 1960's Williams games, the last of which was A-Go-Go in 1966.
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