Do you remember the golden age of jukeboxes in the 1940s and 1950s? During this time manufacturers like Seeburg, Rock-Ola, and Wurlitzer produced the iconic beautiful jukebox designs.
Who could forget the “rotating lights, art deco styled cabinets, and bubble tubes” of those Wurlitzer machines? Each jukebox was a work of art made up of “700-800 different components.”
It’s such a shame they’ve all but disappeared except in collections and 50s-themed restaurants or diners.
Do you have fond memories of hanging out in your local diner, the jukebox playing in the background? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter!
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