1960 Wurlitzer Model 2410 Jukebox
In the 1800s, Rudolph Wurlitzer attached a coin slot to a player piano and started the coin-operated music boom. In 1933, his son Farny Wurlitzer began manufacturing coin-operated phonographs and dominated until the introduction of the 45 rpm record. This original 1960 Wurlitzer Hi-Fi Music box comes to us from the collection of the late Dennis Carpenter. It has been completely restored and re-chromed. It is model 2410, plays 45s and can be set to either coin operated or free play. This jukebox comes with keys and the 45s that are in it. ALL ITEMS SOLD "AS-IS".
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