During WWII Pat Buckley established the Buckley Trading Post to rebuild wornout machines
in order to keep operators in business. Basically, the machines were adaptations of the Mills
mechanisms and parts were interchangeable. Buckleys were one of my favorite machines to play
and many of the small bars in Reno in the 60s and 70s used them. Most of the casinos in Reno
used Pace machines while Linoln Fitzgerald used Jennings.