Brand New Wurlitzer Micro-cassette Jukebox


Brand New Wurlitzer Micro-cassette Jukebox

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Brand New Wurlitzer Micro-cassette Jukebox:
$100


BRAND NEW - IN ORIGINAL PACKAGINGWurlitzer Micro-cassette Jukebox
  • Dimensions: 10'' Height, 6'' Width, 5'' Depth
  • Weight: 2 pounds 8 ounces
  • Authorized replica of Wurlitzer's Model 1015
  • Coin-activated music
  • Revolutionary micro-cassette design
  • Includes 2 three-minute tapes with auto rewind that plays "Rock Around the Clock" and "Only You" by the Platters
  • Original songs from the fifties
  • Additional tapes available
  • Synchronized blinking lights
  • Functions as a coin bank

Wurlitzer - "the name that means MUSIC to millions" - introduced the model 1015 in 1946. Created by Paul Fuller, design leader of the industry, this new jukebox excited the post-war public. Bubbling arcs and moving lights made it fascinating to watch, and the warm glow of changing colors along with the hop, bop, and romance it played completed the enchantment.


If the malt shop, bowling alley, or restaurant had a Wurlitzer, that's where the gang would be. Now, on the 40th anniversary of the classic 1015, this authorized replica can again be the choice to bring back the spirit and fun of those happy times.

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Brand New Wurlitzer Micro-cassette Jukebox:
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