Wurlitzer 1100 in between 40’s and 50’s

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Re: Wurlitzer 1100 in between 40’s and 50’s

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Will the laundry basket fit in the cabinet ?

Must be an after-market add-on ...I don't remember that being part of the original design

;-)

Just kidding.

Absolutely amazing work.

I wish I had that kind of skill and commitment.

( I'm only good at Robotron ! ;-)

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Steph wrote: Sun Feb 27, 2022 10:26 pm Will the laundry basket fit in the cabinet ?

Must be an after-market add-on ...I don't remember that being part of the original design

;-)

Just kidding.

Absolutely amazing work.

I wish I had that kind of skill and commitment.

( I'm only good at Robotron ! ;-)

Steph
Maybe i think with all the money involved in such a restoration, i hope the jukebox can do my laundery! :lol:
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redketchup wrote: Mon Feb 28, 2022 9:29 am
Steph wrote: Sun Feb 27, 2022 10:26 pm Will the laundry basket fit in the cabinet ?

Must be an after-market add-on ...I don't remember that being part of the original design

;-)

Just kidding.

Absolutely amazing work.

I wish I had that kind of skill and commitment.

( I'm only good at Robotron ! ;-)

Steph
Maybe i think with all the money involved in such a restoration, i hope the jukebox can do my laundery! :lol:
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More to come...

First test with the mecanism inside and all plug

thank you Mr Hide for your arm!

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That’s it! Finish…
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Simply AMAZING !

Where did you get the albums ?
I assume those are 78 rpms ?

Awesome, simply awesome !

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Absolutely incredible! That is a fantastic piece of work. Thank you for sharing!

How many hours of work do you figure you invested in the restoration?

Where is the final display location going to be? Hopefully somewhere front and center for all to see.
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That is awesome. It was fun to follow along and watch all the progress. Great work.

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Steph wrote: Tue Mar 22, 2022 7:47 pm Simply AMAZING !

Where did you get the albums ?
I assume those are 78 rpms ?

Awesome, simply awesome !

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Yep, all 78 rpm… collect them for a long time… when you can still find it easely… now need to go to ebay when i want something particular
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tom_454 wrote: Tue Mar 22, 2022 7:49 pm Absolutely incredible! That is a fantastic piece of work. Thank you for sharing!

How many hours of work do you figure you invested in the restoration?

Where is the final display location going to be? Hopefully somewhere front and center for all to see.
Don’t know how many hour, but pandemic speed up the process a bit… normally take 1 year to complete one, did it in 6 month

Don’t have a place for it, will probably stay in the garage… maybe in the basement if i can convince the wife! :D
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Those lucky cats. They don't know how fortunate they are.

Gorgeous work. The entire process has blown my mind multiple times. This time, I think my brain has melted from the exquisiteness of this restoration.

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