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1930's era Allan Herschell "Little Beauty" carousel rebuilt in 1990's by Brass Ring Entertainment and upgraded in 2005 with new paint, decor and electrical by our staff. This gorgeous unit has 20 carved wood horses in the Coney Island style by renowned carver Ed Roth. It also has two chariots seating four and two people respectively.
This carousel originally operated at the Long Beach Mall in the mid 1990's. After the mall closed for renovations the unit was stored until 2008 when it was installed at Lincoln Park in Los Angeles. It operated there for 3 years but closed in early 2011. The unit is in excellent running condition and has all paperwork needed to qualify under the California State Permanent Amusement Rides licensing requirements. It passed all inspections and was licensed by the State until it closed.
As you can tell from the pictures, the unit is in outstanding condition showing very little wear from its most recent three years of operation. It is currently safely stored and requires very little refurbishment to be up and running. It will need new light bulbs with the new owner deciding weather they should be LED or turbo lites.
I have more photos and a video if you are interested. You can contact me and I will send the link. Or you can visit youtube and search for "GP Rah Carousel".
The music on the video is prerecorded. There is no band organ with the unit. This carousel is listed for sale elsewhere so I reserve the right to cancel this sale prior to the expiration date.
We will guarantee that the unit will have the appearance and will operate as shown on the video once it is properly assembled. If you do not have experience with carousels we can recommend a local company that will help you for a fee. Buyer is responsible for any sales or use taxes, shipping and moving costs and costs of assembly.
Successful buyer will have 3 days after winning the bid to give us a $1,000 deposit and seven days after receipt of the deposit to inspect the unit and finalize the sale.