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Ami Automatic Hostess Jukebox of 1941 - 1942 at www.pinballrebel.com

Made at the same time as the Wurlitzer 850 and 950, AMI and Rock-ola and Seeburg all marketed a telephone music system, similar to todays internet jukebox. Hooked up to a phone line, the machine had no mechanism, as the music was played from a remote bank of turntables operated at a central record library. Truly an idea before its time, it was not a commercial success, which accounts for the rarity of these beautiful machines.

Photos & Descritption Above Courtesy Of Llyod T. at coinopwarehouse.com

Closeups Below Courtesy Of Warren G.

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