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Need help identifying table for repair purposes


Need help identifying table for repair purposes

Anyone able to help me with this? This is a light colored table with formica type laminated rails with a simulated wood grain. The quality of surface and undercarriage looks pretty good, but there are no markings of any sort to help establish who might have made it. It appears to be from the late 1970s or into the 80s.

Heres the surreal part of all this. I've been scanning internet for info, with no success. Then just last week on the TV's American Pickers, they start shooting pool on some guy's table trying to agree on a price for some other item they found. The table in that scene is the exact table I have, colors of railings, markings on legs, everything. It was a red felt cover, but aside from that, identical to what I have. Funny!

Any ideas would help. Contacting the show occurred to me, but doesn't seem very promising, given the info I'd need from them. Privacy issues, I would expect.

I'll check back later in case anyone recognizes it.

Need help identifying table for repair purposes

Replies & Comments

  1. rmbZeke on 7/28/2012 6:27:29 AM

    If the bed's slate, it might be worth asking a table technician to give you an estimate to recover and replace the cushions and surface felt.

    The table appears to be in tough shape and as depicted in the photos, not of the highest quality. Nonetheless, even a poor quality table is better than no table at all ;-)

  2. rmbrmb on 7/28/2012 8:28:23 AM

    Just to update. I was able to finally identify this table as an All-tech model 715. I spoke to Kerry at ridgeback rails, who was very helpful and knowledgeable. They do replacement rails for higher quality coin operated tables. People here may know Alltech is out of business, but I'm trying to find replacement parts for this table which apparently is one of their better quality tables, or at least worth updating. Just not sure I can locate the needed parts.

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Need help identifying table for repair purposes

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  • Published: 7/20/2012 12:28:40 PM