A ROCK-OLA Is More Than Just a Jukebox!
Some say investing in a ROCK-OLA is perhaps one of the BEST investments one could ever make, and here is why.
List below are some examples of fully restored ROCK-OLA jukeboxes displaying the year they were made, the estimated cost at that time, and what they have sold for and when.
Additionally, back then, meaning the 1940's, 50's, 60's, all the way up to the 2013 there was still some plenty of competition within the jukebox industry such as Wurlitzer, Rowe International, Seeburg. However, the last of the jukebox giants was Wurlitzer which officially closed its doors in 2013. From this, ROCK-OLA is the last American made jukebox company in the world, and they have been in business since 1927. And from this, consider the return on investment if you or perhaps one of your parents has purchased any of the following ROCK-OLA’S back in the day at the given price, and had passed it down to you or the grand kids? Now, wouldn’t that not only be an amazing inheritance but generations of highly enjoyed musical entertainment for the family and friends?
One for thing to consider, since all the other jukebox manufactures are long gone, chances are the ROCK-OLA you purchase TODAY, could increase by even higher standards that the ROCK-OLA’S from yesterday!
THE 1968 ROCK OLA TEMPO 1 120 SELECTION JUKEBOX
Estimated selling price:
$350.00 - $550.00
Sold for $15,000
THE 2001 BEATLES YELLOW SUBMARINE JUKEBOX
Sold for $25,000.00
THE 1961 ROCK-OLA REGIS 200 SELECTION JUKEBOX
$450.00 - $650.00
THE 1955 ROCK OLA 1448 120 SELECTION JUKEBOX
1955 - 1960
$350.00 - $550.00
The prices listed are estimates. However, they are very close.
There can be no guarantee what the value of the ROCK-OLA you purchase today will would sell for in the future.