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    Posted 8 years ago

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    My Rock-Ola jukebox. Model 450 with dollar bill acceptor and income totalizer. Also have the stepper unit to control wallboxes with it. 2nd jukebox I purchased.

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    1. frisco frisco, 8 years ago
      Very Cool ! I purchased a 1971 Rock-Ola many years ago, that was in a bar, and did not work. I don't remember the model #, but it was the wood consel flat top, with the lift up lid. It took me about 3 months to get it going, after I purchased the manual from Rock-Ola. What a Joy it was to have a party, and belt out 300 watts of earth shaking Sound! Do you have a contact for your 45's, and labels? I got mine from a place in Chicago, but the name escapes me now. "Great Hobby" You Have, and All The Best To You with it.

      PS: As I remember, mine was the first year that they incorporated "Some" solid state components with all the electro mechanical's, but very few.

      Take Care
    2. surfdub66 surfdub66, 8 years ago
      AWSOME !! :-))
    3. Daryltwigg Daryltwigg, 8 years ago
      Thanks for the comment Frisco. I actually have over 5000 45's that I got when I bought out the local distributing arcade dealer. Most a mix of 80's to early 90s, all types, rock, pop, country, rap, etc. I print my own labels from a homemade program I created in Powerpoint, so I can change lable color, year, boarders, etc.

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