EXHIBIT SUPPLY ELECTRIC EYE  I'LL PAY $2000

In the late 1920's the phototube was developed, which allowed a broken beam of light to act as a switch.  This led to automatic garage door openers among other things.  One of these other things was the coin op shooting game.  Seeburg was first with the Ray-O-Lite, but soon after most coinop companies got on the bandwagon.  Exhibit Supply's entry was the Electric Eye.  You had 15 shots to shoot the bull thru the eye as many times as you could.  His eye opened and closed at random intervals, making it fairly difficult.  There were payout and non payout versions.  On the payout, you needed to shoot 4 in a row to win.

FUTURE PRODUCTS SWAMI FORTUNE TELLER  I'LL PAY $1000

In the late 1930's A guy named Dick Thornton ran a company called Future Products.  Good name for a coinop company that makes fortune tellers, eh?  They lasted a few years but this appears to be the only product they made.  A good one though!

INTERNATIONAL MUTOSCOPE
SEX 0 METER   I'll pay $2000

This is a twist on the standard love testers from Mutoscope.  You would press down your hand onto the metal hand extended from the game.  The mirrored backglass would then light, indicating your sexual prowess.

EXHIBITS MOTOR RACE   I'LL PAY $2000

Exhibit Supply Company of Chicago, Illinois had been in business since the 1890's.  Run by a guy by the name of J. Frank Meyer.  After all that time in business, Meyer knew what the public liked.  Racing!  One of the few racing games till the 1960's, Exhibits Motor Race is a very fun game.  Turning your front knob lights the appropriate color light for your car which makes your car run at a much faster speed.  Your opponent then turns his know to light his light, which spped up his car and slows yours.  This back and forth battle continues till there is a 15 lap winner.