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These models are currently undergoing or awaiting restoration through our workshops.

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AMI I 200 Electric

 AMI I 200 Electric

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AMI I 200 Electric (Pink) - manufactured in 1958

This is the very rare 200 electric selector model finished in pink.

Holds 100 45rpm records and is one of the most desirable of the AMIs from the fifties.

Currently undergoing a full electro mechanical restoration with excellent original chrome work and cabinet.

It is rare to find such an original machine that has survived the test of time.  This machine has been privately owned for many years so has been well looked after.

Superb sound through the original valve amplifier which will be rebuilt with all new valves, capacitors and high voltage resistors.

Rock Ola  1448

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Rock Ola 1448 - manufactured in 1955

Holds 60 45rpm records and has a rotating title drum to display the selections.

Currently undergoing a full restoration with all chrome work being triple coat replated and nut and bolt restoration of all electro mechanical parts.

The cabinet will be re-veneerd and finished as original.

Superb sound through the original valve amplifier which will be rebuilt with all new valves, capacitors and high voltage resistors.

Rock Ola 1428

 1428 300

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Beautiful 1948 Rock Ola 1428

Holds 20 78rpm records and is in superb condition with all original chromework and cabinet veneers.

Currently being re-laquered and having the door assembly refurbished with a full repaint.

For the discening collector this is a piece of jukebox history.

Not enough selections? 

We offer an iPod conversion kit to enable any iPod or MP3 player to connect through this classic jukebox for £350 fully fitted!

This utilises the complete sound system of the Rock Ola (the valve amplifier and speaker) giving that great jukebox sound!

If you want to use the jukebox as normal simply flick a switch and revert to the 78rpm records!

This installation is totally non-intrusive to the jukebox and in no way will reduce the value of this classic machine.

Rock Ola    1454

 1454 300

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Rock Ola 1454 - manufactured in 1956

Holds 60 45rpm records and has a rotating title drum to display the selections.

Currently undergoing a full restoration with all chrome work being triple coat replated and nut and bolt restoration of all electro mechanical parts.

The cabinet will be re-veneerd and finished as original.

Superb sound through the original valve amplifier which will be rebuilt with all new valves, capacitors and high voltage resistors.