Would like to know value of this jukebox.
This is a Rowe-AMI Jukebox O "The Band Stand" JAO-200 from 1965/1966 www.radiomuseum.org/
I found Rowe-AMI JAO Bandstand jukebox from 1966 with original keys, 100 record capacity (200 selections), no coins required, the price $750, pick up only
The price of another Rowe Ami JAO is EUR 1.350 terratechnica.my-online.store/
Elections work, amp needs an overhaul.
Maybe you need also a Rowe/AMI Model JAO Bandstand service and parts manual & troubleshooting guide www.ebay.com/
Service Manual Rowe/AMI JAO www.jukebox-world.de/
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We have a Rowe MM3 Music Miracle jukebox that holds 100 45s. The exterior is in very good condition, but I don't believe it is currently working as it has been in storage for the last 20 years.I have not been able to find any information on the internet in order to offer it for sale. Would you know it's value?
A jukebox that is not working may not command a very high price as usually only a dealer/repair person will be interested. Occasionally an individual will buy one thinking they will restore it.
I have a AMI Rowe Juke box that does work and I am trying to find the value and date this Juke box was manufactures.any help would be greatly appreciated.
The metal plate on your Jukebox says it is a TI-2 model.
You have an AMI Rowe TI-2 Woodbridge (USA) - Tango (Germany) Jukebox, it was made in 1974
The price of an Ami Rowe TI-2 Tango is 650 euro (in Germany).
The price of another TI-2 is $ 500 www.facebook.com/
I have a Rowe AMI jukebox Model Ti-1 Serial 868518. Can you tell me the year it was manufactured and if it plays 45's and 78's? I just purchased it with some 45's in it.When turned on, there is a hum. When it plays a record, it still hums. I have been told to change the cartridge. Is it really that simple?
The jukebox was made in 1973. This jukebox will play both 45s and CD from what the manual says. I have found a video on how to set up your jukebox. You can watch it here. www.youtube.com/
After watching this video I think this has the screws in the bottom of the jukebox to keep it safe from floating around during shipment. I would check this to remove these screws. From what this person is saying is the noise you are hearing is associated with having these screws in place. Please check this first before doing anything else.
I need a roundabout value if anyone has a clue and is willing to help.
You don't mention if it works.
If it doesn't, I recently learned that if you know how to take it apart (and even better...if you can test the individual parts) you can sometimes double or triple the "retail" value of the item versus if you were to sell it as a whole.
It sounds counter-intuitive, but there are a lot of people out there who like to repair the pieces already have or buy on the cheap and they want original parts.
Here are a couple of samples of sold parts for various Rockolas (not necessarily your model...but just to give you an idea of the concept).
Hope you find this helpful!
I have a 1940 series d Rock-Ola. I got it at an estate sale. I'm having a hard time finding this model or others like it. The coin mechanism was pulled out of it.Other than that everything works fine. I am looking for an estimated value and recommendations for a repair shop in Dallas, Texas.
This may be another "heyday" for jukeboxes as they seem to be very popular right now.
Here are some photos of similar boxes:
I am trying to determine the value of a 1958 Seeberg 201 Selectomatic. It is in beautiful condition. I believe it needs calibration.
Generally, units in almost perfect condition command the highest prices but where (physically) the jukebox is located determines the price and how or when sold.
What is a 1967 or 1968 Rock-Ola Jukebox worth? It was manufactured in Chicago. It's in good working condition. Disc capacity: 80 discs/160 songs.Disc size:45 rpm 8". Loudspeakers: 2 medium/tweeter 6" 16 ohms. 2 Bassmedium 12" 8 ohms.
There was 2 sold that were just like yours but I am not finding out the price they sold for. One site just marks the item sold and the other site makes you join the site in order to find out the price. The ones listed on eBay are quite expensive and range anywhere from 850 euros to 14,000.00 pounds. Most of these are sold from the UK and the price is quite expensive.
I have a working Wurlitzer 3000 in mint condition. What is the value?
Here is one that sold for $863 dollars but it was valued at 1200 to 1800 dollars. So the real value of your item is $863. Here is the link so you can check out the item and the condition the item was in. This one came with records. www.rockislandauction.com/
I have a NSM hideaway E jukebox in great working order with speakers and wooden consulette. Any idea on how much it is worth?
Juke box worth.
Between 300 to 500 dollars.
Yours is in good condition so it will sell better.
Be sure what yours is worth study E-Bay for a month.
Look at actual sells and not just listed prices.
We have this at our firehouse and it still plays. We would like to sell it, can you help us figure out what its worth?
Located in South Hackensack, NJ 07606
It is difficult to help you find a value as you do not state anything about the overall condition of this machine and only state that it "plays".
I looked on ebay and found that these are going for $3,500.00 and above :)