Rock Ola Model 1422 Jukebox Circa 1947 Original 78 Rpm Magic Glow
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Rock Ola Model 1422 Jukebox Circa 1947 Original 78 Rpm Magic Glow:
Up for sale is an unrestored Rock Ola Jukebox, model 1422, in very nice and original condition. This unit has been in storage for a number of years. It was recently played and everything seems to work fine until the unit was moved and as a result it pulls two records to play at once. Also, there is a short in the lighting on the left side. Other than these two issues, the rest of the unit seems to be in good working order for the age and condition of the unit. I can send more pictures if needed.
The condition of the wood and plastic inside and out is immaculate and needs nothing. This is a unit that would add to the the decor of any den, restaurant or man cave. This is one of the better looking units on currently.
Buyer must make a deposit with an IMMEDIATE PAYMENT using PayPal in the amount of $500.00 and the balance plus shipping and handling costs paid by bank wire within 5 days. The unit can be picked up locally, preferred method, or it can be shipped. Buyer is responsible for arranging all shipping AND handling costs to be paid along with the balance of the purchase price. If desired, I can prepare, make arrangements and ship the juke box anywhere in the country. I can provide a quote with an address and zip code. If I have to crate the unit and prepare for shipping, there will be an additional $150.00 fee above and beyond the freight charges and purchase price.
Item is sold in AS IS condition...
Thanks for looking!!
On Jul-16-13 at 21:25:29 PDT, seller added the following information:
1. PayPal will now be accepted aspayment in full in order to take advantage of PayPal's Protection and your credit line with them...
2. It looks like the light bulb is loose and not a short on the left side, as when you touch it the light seems to come on. I would rather not start disassembling this unit to chase this downor todisturb the framework tocorrect it. It seems that someone that is handy will be able to easily fix it.
3. The reserve is set very low and is expected to sell as it is avery affordable jukebox in original condition...
4. I've been informed that the common practice is to remove the turntable and install a CD changer system available at a low cost. I am too much of a purist to do so but it is a common conversion and the original system could be stored and preserved.