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Posted By: Wasatch Man Jukebox's - Thu Dec 30 2021 06:28 PM
I think a lot of you guys maybe have a Jukebox, let's see them. I have 4 all original box's a 1956 Seeburg VL 200 that I play all the time 200 selections of old country and Rock and roll it sounds great. A 1954 seeburg model 100 R that's getting a tune up. A 1948 Seeburg Blond model 148 in perfect working condition. And an all original 1946 Wurlitzer Model 1015 Bubbler in near perfect condition. Anyways we all have really enjoyed the music and nostalgia that you get from playing them. Lot's of fun garage party's over the years with them being one of the main attractions .

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Posted By: Wasatch Man Re: Jukebox's - Thu Dec 30 2021 06:30 PM
The 1015 bubbler.

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Posted By: MetroPetro Re: Jukebox's - Fri Dec 31 2021 01:33 AM
Some nice ones there!
Posted By: Cold Pizza Re: Jukebox's - Fri Dec 31 2021 03:01 PM
Beautiful collection.
Posted By: Wasatch Man Re: Jukebox's - Fri Dec 31 2021 04:19 PM
Thanks, but I would really like to see other collectors Jukebox's.
Posted By: JackJ Re: Jukebox's - Fri Dec 31 2021 08:50 PM
Here's my three ... a 1946 Rock-Ola, a 1950 AMI and a 1958 Seeburg. The Seeburg with its 200 selections is my daily driver. - Jack J.

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Posted By: DWSheffer Re: Jukebox's - Fri Dec 31 2021 09:23 PM
Nice jukeboxes guys.....I sold my two as living in an upper of an old downtown building there really wasn't an easy way to get them up here. After being in storage for 15 years I figured it was time to move them down the road. I did love the full bass sound one gets from a jukebox and I always had it turned up max. Maybe someday I'll acquire another when I'm on the level!
Posted By: Paul Bell Re: Jukebox's - Sat Jan 01 2022 01:27 PM
My brother does some really trick jukebox restorations. Here's a "soundy" panoram, he did inside and out. I didnt know these existed until he restored one, early 1940s "music videos".

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqXezS41ung
Posted By: Restore-Pumps Re: Jukebox's - Tue Jan 04 2022 03:34 AM
Enclosed is a picture of my Wurlitzer Model 412 from 1936 that I restored about 40 years ago, it was recovered from an old bar called "The Cave" in Superior Az.]]

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