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  • Anell Shipman

    1950's Mobile coin-operated Pegasus ride. Typically they were a "cowboy" style horse when I was a kid. They were usually placed outside the Grocery Store front entrance. I think ur was a nickel or dime to ride for a couple of minutes

  • Jack Fleming Photography

    vintage coin operated rides, ohio - Google Search

  • Steve Steinbaugh

    Ghosts Of The Great Highway: Mobil Oil Coin Operated Pegasus Ride.

  • Cynthia Waide

    "Flying Red Horse" coin-operated ride... only five of its kind were ever made. Similar machines were outside every grocery store to entertain the kids.

  • Doreen Borbe

    1950s Mobil Coin-Operated Pegasus Ride I remember this Mobile Gas ride!

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