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table top jukeboxes. A couple of restaurants in our area had the tabletop jukeboxes.
Diner Table Top Jukeboxes
Table top jukeboxes in restaurants. Put your coin in at the top and select your favorite song. I remember selecting Roger Miller's "King of the Road" when our family stopped to eat in El Paso, Texas in 1960 while moving from Arizona to Texas.
I have very fond memories of these.
Me, too! I would BEG to go to PAPA GINOS when I was growing up JUST so I could pick songs on these things! It was a thing my mother & I would do when it was just the 2 of us eating dinner...but we didn't have a lot of money to spend then, so even 2 slices of pizza was stretching it. Still means alot when I see these - and the big jukeboxes, too.
Table Top jukeboxes
Table side jukebox for diners www.vintagevendin...
Tabletop Juke Box - I remember what a big deal it was to push the buttons..I still have one
Vintage child's top. I had one and it hummed when you got it going. I like the way things from my childhood are called "vintage"!
Eeeee...table top jukebox; do want ♥.
Each booth at the Drive In had one. You chose the tune, put a coin & sang along.
American Diner by Abrilon.....music at the table
Table top juke boxes. I remember this style of juke box at the DonDo Diner in Larned, Kansas in the 50's & early 60's
C-23 please. Perfect concept. Our booths at the Dairy Bar were exactly like this; listening to Connie Francis while downing a burger and R.C. Cola!
jukebox -Remember a lot like this also
1950 ad - This would perfectly match my kitchen counters, same 50's color and style!
Gli anni ottanta, cento lire e una canzone...