Styled after the Wurlitzer Model 2015
This jukebox came to us just prior to Christmas 2013 and the store
owner ended up using it for a 1950's NYE party at is home. It
performed flawlessly. Aside from having to put some additional 50's
CDs inside and change a few 15w light bulbs, everything seems to
be working fine. The only negatives known are that we didn't get the
key to the coin box and the remote control is pretty banged up (but
The jukebox takes both quarters and $1/$5 dollar bills. You can also
trigger free play by going inside and "clicking" on the quarter receipt
trigger. This would make a great savings bank!
The jukebox holds up to 100 CDs and the songs can be selected
either individually or as whole albums. With the jukebox loaded with
only 15 CDs, we were able to program enough music for an entire
The cabinet is in good shape. We did some chrome polishing and
dusting when we got it. The walnut sides are also in good shape.
There are normal marks from shoes scuffing alongside the bottom, a
few on the "key" side and a couple small marks on the lighter wood
on the front; however, certainly not in near a condition to require
refinishing (see photos).
The jukebox came to us from the original dealer who purchased it for
use in his lounge. It stayed there for 3 years and then was moved to
his home. As we've been told, the only routine maintenance that is
required is an occasional cleaning of the CD reader head with
ispropil alcohol. And this is based on use in a commercial
environment - not for home use.
All paperwork received for programming is included.
DELIVERY will be included FREE (excluding moves that involve
huge staircases - additional charge for that).
Height 60", WIdth 33", Depth 24"
Weight is 345 pounds.
Supplied without CDs.
|Seeburg Jukebox • Wurlitzer Style 2015
This above photo was taken after we completed replacing
all the needed 15w light bulbs.