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    Posted 9 years ago

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    This is the 1946 AMI 'Model A' jukebox that my dad bought about a dozen years ago for his 1950's party room. Dad's gone now, but his jukebox still belts out the tunes.
    It was the first jukebox after WWII to use a huge amount of plastic and became know as the "mother of plastic"
    It plays 78 rpms and has a big rich sound which is at 'eye level....or should I say, ear level?' because the speaker (just one large speaker) is mounted at the top of the box rather than below like most jukeboxes.
    ....and yes there is one of the colored light tubes (right side) that I need to replace.

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    1. Manikin Manikin, 9 years ago
      W-O-W that is one magnificent jukebox . I am in love !!!
    2. musikchoo musikchoo, 9 years ago
      Theres no sound like the jukebox of this Era! Thanks for Sharing.
    3. Signaholic Signaholic, 9 years ago
      Now this is one beauty of a Juke right here! Thanks for showin it.
    4. Buick55 Buick55, 9 years ago
      Thanks for all the nice comments....just wish I could play you a tune on it
    5. jimmythekid55, 8 years ago
      hi am thinking of buying one 2.5k r they worth it jimmy
    6. Buick55 Buick55, 8 years ago
      I'm no expert, and of course the condition has everything to do with the price,..but I would say that price sounds good. They are a real classic and an icon when it comes to the use of early plastic. And, for what it's worth, they have one at the Smithsonian. I'd say buy it!
    7. Buick55 Buick55, 8 years ago
      ....also, I know that my dad paid a lot more than 2.5k for his in fully restored condition

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