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The Wurlitzer Model 2310 of 1959 is, we think, one of the most attractive 50's Jukeboxes
The Continental 2 of 1962 is the last Ami produced by the firm before it was taken over and is basically the last really original design produced for a jukebox.
A Rock-Ola with all the right looks. Loads of chrome, stainless steel and aluminium. Great "clanking" mechanism with a great sound.
The last Wurlitzer Jukebox designed by their famous designer, Paul Fuller, complete with revolving cylinders, what more could you want !
This machine was advertised as the "smallest Multi-selection phonograph in the world" and an "aristocrat of Phonographs"
This model was designed in late 1955 and produced in 1956 for the centenary of the company founded by Rudolf Wurlitzer in 1856.
Wurlitzer Colonial 1080 of 1948 24 play selecton on 78's.
Here it is, the golden wonder of 1957; Sounds great too !
This classic collectable Jukebox has the same great sound system similar to the other late 50's AMi's.
This machine has one of the best sound systems available in a Jukebox at this period.
This amazing "beast" has wonderful sound, is very reliable and has loads of chrome !
This is the 200 select version of the 1961 Regis and it's now becoming difficult to get a good 200 select version.
The first Wurlitzer to use the "Carousel" changer Mechanism specially designed for forty-five rpm records
This is the rare "manual" version of the Ami Continental
The Continental 2 of 1962 is the last AMI produced by the firm before it was taken over and is basically the last really original design produced for a jukebox.