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SLOT MACHINE AND JUKEBOX GAZETTEpublished by Ken Durham959 76th St. TIMESpublished by the Coin Operated Collectors Association
8767 W. Bob does complete restorations or will rebuild just components, including mechanisms, amplifiers, receivers, coin gear, wallboxes, or whatever you need rebuilding. NW
Washington DC 75587A newspaper format published twice a year, primarily as a vehicle for the big dealers in coin-op to advertise in. Bill now has Richard Vaught helping him and together they offer full restorations, jukebox clean-ups, and full sevice work. He also sells tubes, transformers and capacitor kits. They specialize in Seeburg, but are happy to do work on Wurlitzer, Rock-ola and Rowe/AMI also.
VERN TISDALE8957 N. This will be completely in-house except for chrome plating, which will be sent out.
Patrick Kubrickywww. jukeboxusa. comPatrick Kubricky now exclusively offers the
entire line of reproduction parts made by Ken Arnold. He also repairs the CD players used on some of these combo models. Catalog available.
Check with Bill about other makes also. TOM'S ZONEKeep up with Tom Decillis' serial number research here. The jukebox and other essays on storytelling.