1972 Seeburg Olympian 160
Though this isn’t as collectable as earlier model jukeboxes, this is an affordable way to get that jukebox sound. Plus, it has a space age feel that goes great with our decor.
The lava lamps you see flanking it are not old. They are the largest ones I have have ever seen. I think they compliment the decor.
We love the way the concert posters look above the jukebox.
I really dig the purplish colors!
I have almost all the records ordered. I look forward to chilling out around this for hours listening to some great music!
They released three colors for this jukebox. I might be bias, but I like the purple one the most.
This jukebox has a unique selector key pad to select your music. This keypad looks like a phone dial pad.
I just ordered a CD that will allow me to print new label strips for the records we ordered.
Onto the next post!
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