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Bally used that name on various models from 1960 into the '70s.
I have manuals for some of the Bally bandits of the era. Having the model number would help. I know I have a manual for model 742A and another entitled, three reel slots and another for Las Vegas and more. Parts can be hard to get because, unlike pinball machines, their sale was very heavily regulated in the USA and you couldn't walk in off the street with a shopping list. Having said that parts for that age of game are probably not regulated today.
First question i would have... Do the reels match the top glass?? (Looking, i cannot see any "lucky Twin" on the reels.
Unfortunately, old practice would have been to stick it on the "floor"... and if the reels went faulty, they would be removed to the workshop to fix... and in the meantime they would shove another set of reels in there to keep it earning...
Do you have a close up of the front chroming? Thats the expensive bit, and unfortunately it is usually the bit in the worst state of repair.