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    Which model Classic do I have?

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ID:	112516I purchased this to add to my collection. Also as a loaner or spare.
    All the pictures I have seen, and going by the manual say that it should have a frequency adjustment on the back side, as well as the ability to change coils. This one doesn’t have either of those things. I am also wondering what the HP means on the side?
    i have taken the cover off to see if it was some sort of Frankenstein unit, but all appears normal. Is there a way to check the serial number?
    It also has the ability to disc out a zinc penny. I had heard that the early coinmaster classics could not do that. Any info is very much appreciated.
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    Looks like a Classic III .... Circa 1988-90. I believe the HP was for "Hip Mount". Link below to manual.

    https://2n8l501nj5nyy72iq1aeel55-wpe...ion_manual.pdf
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    I waited for you on that one Fox. I thought that was a trick question since it has Classic III on the side of the box.
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