Another fantastic Wurlitzer 2100 delivered to another happy customer.
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Entries by John Bray
This beautiful mid 50’s classic has just left our workshop to re-homed with it’s new owner in Stratford.
We’ve just completed this fantastic Tempo looking like it just rolled off the production line. With tail fins growing ever larger on cars and windscreens already popular with major jukebox company designers, Rock Ola were bang on trend with their 1959 model using crossover styling from the automobile industry. So, if its 50’s, Fins & […]
A nice compact jukebox from the 70’s. Even these benefit from restoration and will give years of pleasure to it’s new owner.
The answer to last weeks question ‘ Will It Or Won’t It ‘. It was a tight squeeze getting it in the car and an even tighter squeeze getting it into the clients house, but after a little gentle persuasion it now looks the bees knees. The best original 1050 that’s been through the workshops […]
Next weeks delivery. We weren’t sure it would fit in the car, but no problem. No prizes for guessing but what is the machine ??
This crackin’ original Wurlitzer 1015 came into our workshop due to running issues and sound problems. It’s all finished now and ready to head home to Chichester. The customer also decided to have a Bluetooth unit fitted and we reckon this breathes a new lease of life into these ‘ hit parade old timers ‘ […]
This customer was so keen to have his machine, the room wasn’t even finished. It will be a great focal point when everything is decorated !!
We don’t normally post machines half finished but we thought we’d show off these lovely original sides on this 1454 that we have managed to retain making this restoration as close to factory finish as we can possibly achieve. This machine is available to purchase now and more pictures will follow.
This weeks second Wurlitzer 1900 successfully delivered and installed into a very happy customers home. This one was finished in black which would have been an option to operators from the Wurlitzer factory back in 1956.