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Aireon 1200A Super Deluxe Airliner
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1200A Airliner Super Deluxe

Model1200A Airliner Super Deluxe
Year(s)1946-1947
Speed78
# Selections24
# Records24
Produced± 10.000
Dimensions (HxWxD)147 x 144 x 69 cm (58 x 56.5 x 27")
Weight187 kg (412 Lbs)

Remote speakerImpressario, Carilleon, Melodeon
WallboxSolo, Trio
Cabinet KeyUnknown (if you have any information please contact me)

Packard Pla-Mor Model 7
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Pla-Mor Model 7

In 1932 Homer E. Capehart rented the old Packard Piano Company in Fort Wayne (named after the Packard Avenue. Packard developed the Simplex mechanism for automatic record changing, and sold the device to The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company. Capehart joined Wurlitzer as vice president and general sales manager in june 1933. After Capehart left Wurlitzer in 1939 he aquired the Packard Piano Company where he started to produce automatic phonograph-radio combinations and record changing units.

In 1940 he founded the Packard Manufacturing Company but did not produce jukeboxes before 1946. Only a few models were built and in early 1949 the production stopped. In 1951 the company was taken over by The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company.

ModelPla-Mor Model 7
Year(s)1946/td>
Speed78
# Selections24
# Records24
Produced± 2.800
Dimensions (HxWxD)159 x 89 x 67 cm (62.5 x 35 x 26")
Weight± 136 kg (300 Lbs)

Remote speaker550, 600, 650, 700, 800, 900, 950, 1000, 1100, 1200
WallboxPla-Mor "Butler" Remote Selector
Cabinet KeyUnknown (if you have any information please contact me)
SalesNot Available (if you have any information please contact me)

Packard Manhattan
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Manhattan

ModelManhattan
Year(s)1947
Speed78
# Selections24
# Records24
Produced± 2.800
Dimensions (HxWxD)158 x 67 x 62 cm (62 x 26 x 24")
Weight± 136 kg (300 Lbs)

Remote speaker550, 600, 650, 700, 800, 900, 950, 1000, 1100, 1200
WallboxPla-Mor "Butler" Remote Selector
Cabinet KeyUnknown (if you have any information please contact me)
SalesNot Available (if you have any information please contact me)

Filben Maestro
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FP-300 Maestro

William M. Filben (1892 - †1940) created the Maestro meachanism (with record changing times of less than 6 seconds) in 1937 and filed for patent. The patent was awarded and published in March 1942 with his widow's name Bernice M. Filben, almost 2 years after his death.

The Maestro is shaped by the famous designer Raymond Loewy and was sold for USD $595.00. It was availble in with red and (rare) green plastics. Only abouy 1.100 units have been produced and only around 55 survived.

ModelFP-300 Maestro
Year(s)1948
Speed78
# Selections30
# Records30
Produced± 1.100
Dimensions (HxWxD)142 x 81 x 71 cm (56 x 32 x 28")
Weight± 227 kg (500 Lbs)

Remote speakerTeardrop
Wallboxe.g. Buckley Music Box
Cabinet KeyUnknown (if you have any information please contact me)
SalesNot Available (if you have any information please contact me)

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