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Model Name of ATI Pool Table (All-Tech Industries) and Value

Model Name of ATI Pool Table (All-Tech Industries) and Value

I have this All-Tech Industries (ATI) pool table that I need to do something with. I'll either junk it or try to sell it for a little cash.

I have read up on ATI pool tables like this and I guess it was built in the 1960s?

It has some cosmetic issues around the sides, but the slate top and cloth are in great shape.

It has been stored inside a camp for many years.

I am not sure what the model is. Does anyone know?




Model Name of ATI Pool Table (All-Tech Industries) and Value

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  1. Poolplayer66billiardsforum on 11/15/2021 5:07:16 AM

    It is most likely the predecessor to the ATI Diplomat pool table that was launched in 1968-ish. I say this because I don't see the score keeper dials on yours, and it appears that the ATI Diplomat pool table had these.


    Yes, it's a very dated style and there isn't much demand for this brand specifically. With that said, there's definitely some value in the pool table. If nothing else, someone else will buy it for parts. Someone might pay a few hundred for it (if using it as a pool table), or a bit less if using for parts.

  2. Poolplayer66Poolplayer66 on 11/15/2021 7:46:22 AM

    Thank you so much for the answer! I'm just not sure what to do with it!

    I am in northern PA, I have also read about where the slate possibly may have come from a quarry in PA? I know of one in Delta Peachbottom where my extended family all live! I have cousins that use slate for roofs and I have some my uncle gave me years ago.

    I may put it up on a site for a bit to see if anyone needs it for parts then. Can it be advertised in here?

    As you can see it has some issues with some dings so I'm guessing no one would want it to use as a pool table, but who knows, I guess!

    Since it is now sitting in an upstairs area where steps are involved to get it down, it is best to take it apart? Sadly it may end up being trashed if I don't find someone to take it, but it has to be removed soon.

  3. Poolplayer66billiardsforum on 11/16/2021 1:18:10 AM

    Yes, we have a "for sale" section. You can post your pool table for sale here:

  4. Poolplayer66RayMills on 11/16/2021 1:27:01 AM

    I don't think anybody would care much about dings, especially if you were to give it away. If I were you I would offer it for free to anyone who wants to arrange the moving. Oh, and if you're in a camp perhaps you should first call around to your recreational community neighbors to see if they'd like to add your table to their recreation rooms.

  5. Poolplayer66Poolplayer66 on 11/16/2021 5:46:44 AM

    Thank you. I've posted the ATI pool table for free to see if there is any interest.

    I'll also be looking into the idea of a local rec hall maybe wanting it.

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Model Name of ATI Pool Table (All-Tech Industries) and Value

  • Title: Model Name of ATI Pool Table (All-Tech Industries) and Value
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  • Published: 11/14/2021 1:59:44 PM
  • Last Updated: 11/15/2021 4:58:38 AM
  • Last Updated By: billiardsforum (Billiards Forum)