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  • Wendy Moravec

    Love these tabletop jukeboxes

  • Kathy Bridgen

    Table Juke Box 10 cents a song a Quarter plays 3 songs! Each couple had one in "Their Booth" and if we all cooperated we could hear all the songs we wanted, so usually some coordinated the picks. Such great finance! LOL

  • Sue Spangler

    Select-o-matic Jukebox...many restaurants had these at every 'booth' table..and there were always several at soda fountain counters.

  • Renee Carpenter

    Table Juke Box.... I remember these on the tables in diner booths...

  • Valerie Jones

    Juke box. At the restaurant table.

  • Elizabeth Rall

    in the coffee shop

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Return to the 70s. This is what we had. Our kids have tiny iPods instead. Never could have imagined that!

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