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Kim

I have a Marx Series 300 Electronic Bowling Game that I cannot find online anywhere! I have been trying to research this item and can't locate any information whatsoever. It's a hologram bowling game that was purchased in the 80's. Anyone know anything about it?

casey

I have a Marx Series 300 Electronic Bowling Game. What did you need to know about it? I will try to help if possible.

Joey

I have one as well, I'm in the process of repairing it. What would you like to know?

David Baryla

I have one but its not functioning correctly between the first and second bowler or sometimes between the first and second ball. also the contact in the ball return just broke any ideas on how to get a new one, or a work around? do you know what each of the buttons do? any help would be great

thanks david

LEO LAURION

Hi,
I went online in hopes to find information on the Marx series 300 Electronic Bowling game and Voila, there you were remenissing about having one.
Well so do I.
It is in great condition---works 100% and I even have the instr. booklet #2575 with a serial # stamped on the front page( how's that for keeping it 32 years in our basement playroom.)
What I had planned to do was to offer it for sale on a Sunday morning Radio Flea Market. My problem is that I don't know what it's worth today.
Is this an item that you may know it's value and can share that with me?

Thanks, Leo

biff jackson

I bought one on e-bay for $130 a few years ago. the ball return connection was broken. I fixed the problem with a piece from the top of a tin can and electrical tape.

karen

I think I maybe looking for the marx series 300 bowling game and would be interested in purchasing it!!!! please contact me with a pic...karinagirl558@yahoo.com

Brian Smith

Hi. I have one I will sell for $100 if you are interested. Orig box and instructions and looks like new. Only the speaker sounds a little crackle.

Jim Perrone

I would like to buy your game please get back to me at jshark53@comcast.net

william Sr

I have one electronic Bowling game i am 47 now got it when i was about 14 I still play I wanted another but epay had one $150 with box and paperwork but i never have the cash to buy one as a spare too poor However I still have the Orignal but no box thats sad.

william Sr

Karen if you still have it forsale Ill take it for 100.00 But all i need is the box and paperwork
my email is rock50scollector @verizon.net

dana hicks

I would love to have that game again. The one Im talking about, you dont actually hit the pins, the ball rolls over silver staple looking things on the lane. But you are looking at a reflection of the pins up top inside the game. And the sound when you make a strike, is the lone ranger theme song.

Jeff Fry

Does Anyone have one of these for sale here in 2012? I had one and it got lost in transistion? I use to use pledge on the lane to simulate oil patterns and to this day when i smell lemon pledge it reminds me of this fun game and that part of my life. Someone just used pledge!

Email me back

Tom Stone

Hello,

Does anyone know what was used to reflect the image of the top pins so that it looks like pins that you are viewing on the lane. Whatever was used (a mirror or shiny mirror-like surface?) is no longer on my bowling Marx 300 Series unit. Any description or pictures would be most appreciated as I would like to replace my missing part if possible.

Thanks

Tom
email: tkstone@telus.net

MIKE

I WAS EMPLOYED AT MARX TOYS AS A REPAIRMAN OF THESE BOWLING GAMES. WHEN THEY INITIALLY BUILT THEM THEY USED A CHEAP CIRCUIT BOARD THAT DIDNT HAVE HEAT RESISTANCE FLUX ON THEM AND THEY MALFUNCTIONED AFTER THEY WERE PLUGGED IN AND THE UNIT HEATED UP. THEY WERE ALL RECALLED AND EITHER THE FLUX WAS REMOVED , OR THE BOARD WAS REPLACED IF DAMAGED WITH A NEW BOARD WITH OUT THE FLUX ISSUE. THEY WORKED GREAT AFTER THAT. I MUST HAVE BOWLED 10000 GAMES ON THESE MACHINES AT THE FACTORY IN GIRARD

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