An original American 1938 Wurlitzer 600 jukebox, I believe designed by Paul Fuller. Considered by many to be the start of the true Wurlitzer look with original light up phenolic panels in red and yellow. Green lucite rods flanked by elaborate art deco nickel plated grill bars. A real iconic jukebox with walnut wooden case, plays 24 x 78rpm, 10 inch records. Original key included.
In very original condition and unrenovated but still working with a few age related marks and scratches. Original mechanics, plastic panels, label, case and coin mechanism. The amp and speaker have been replaced with later Ami units. Sounds fantastic when playing and looks great when lit. I bought this machine for myself but would consider selling it. This is a 73 year old working jukebox and although running can sometimes be a bit temperamental due to age it still works well. A fully renovated one will cost you over £10,000. This one is realistically priced at £4,895 and believe me I am happy to keep it!
Currently missing one wood back panel but they are available online.
It measures 31 inches (79cm) wide, 54 inches (137cm) high and 24 inches deep (61cm).
This same model can be viewed in the Vintage Jukeboxes book p23.