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In 1932 Homer E. Capehart rented the old Packard Piano Company in Fort Wayne (named after the Packard Avenue) and developed the Simplex mechanism which was sold to The Rudolph Wurlitzer Company. After leaving Wurlitzer as the head salesman in 1939 Capehart aquired the Packard Piano Company and 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.

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Packard Modell-Übersicht: Musikboxen / jukeboxes


Packard  Manhattan
(1946)

Packard Pla-Mor
(1947)

Hideaway 400
(1947)

Musical Bar
(1947)
   

Fernwähler / wallboxes

Fernregler / remote volume control


Butler
(1940-42)

Butler
(1946-49)

RVC

(1946)
     

 Lautsprecher / speaker


Plamor

(1941)

600

650
Violet

700 - Dahlia

(1940-49)

750
Gardenia

800 - Daisy

900 - Rose

950 - Lily

1000
Out of This World

(1946-49)

1100
Iris

(1946)

1200 - Orchid

(1946)
 

Packard Modell-Übersicht: Heads-Up Selector für Musikboxen anderer Hersteller


Head-Up Selector for
various 16 and 24 record phonos
(1940)
Wurlitzer Musikbox Jukebox Light-up W616 Packard
W616
(1940)
       

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