I have enjoyed the machine for several years and have decided to let it go. I would guess that this vendor was one of them too.
The coin door is recast and the machine on front of the magazine was also missing the coin door. I found that a barrel lock works best at keeping the coin door pushed upward and tighter than a standard padlock.
An original NC20 barrel lock with new key is included. This vendor uses 4 glass panel dividers inside. One is shorter and it has to be since it rests on top of a mechanism in the front. I would guess that the glass dividers were cut and made back when these machines turned up.It takes 3-4 hands to put the glass panels inside and install the globe too. The globe will not drop over the glass panels if they are installed first. It all has to be done in a certain order. The top hold down ring locks all of the panels in place as you put it together.
You can either install the glass dividers or display the machine without them inside. You can put the same product in the machine like any other vendor if you want if not divided into 4 sections. I will pack it well for the trip with the glass globe removed and packed separately. Well packed double boxed UPS in the U. The item "1930's Selective 4 WAY Penny Vending Machine Vintage One Cent Vendor" is in sale since Tuesday, December 26, 2017.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Banks, Registers & Vending\Vending Machines\Gumball". The seller is "silentsalesman" and is located in Bardstown, Kentucky. This item can be shipped to United States.