The Rock-Ola Regis 120, also known as the model 1448 stands as a quintessential icon of jukebox history, embodying the timeless charm and innovation of Rock-Ola's legacy.

Released in 1961 and billed as ‘The World’s Most Distinguished Phonograph', the Regis 120 captivated audiences with its sleek design, captivating light display and cutting-edge technology. With the capacity to hold up to 120 records, it offered a large selection of music at the time, making it a popular fixture in restaurants, pubs and other social spaces.

One of the standout features of the Regis 120 was its ability to bridge the gap between tradition and modernity. While it retained the classic jukebox aesthetics that defined its era, it also embraced technological advancements, such as improved sound quality and enhanced record handling mechanisms. This fusion of nostalgia and innovation made the Regis 120 a cherished centerpiece in any setting, captivating audiences with its allure and charisma.

Beyond its visual appeal, the Regis 120 jukebox was a testament to Rock-Ola's commitment to quality craftsmanship and reliability. Built to withstand the test of time, it continues to evoke feelings of nostalgia and joy for enthusiasts and collectors alike. Whether it's the warm glow of its vibrant lights or the rich, full sound of its carefully selected records, the Regis 120 jukebox remains a cherished symbol of a bygone era, reminding us of the enduring power of music to bring people together and create lasting memories.

The Regis is undoubtedly one of the prettiest jukeboxes ever to emerge from the legendary American manufacturer Rock-Ola.

All of our vintage products are sourced to order and restored in our workshops in Surrey by our talented in-house team. 

We offer a grade A1 restoration as standard. We do not use a 'restoration checklist' as every component is checked and refurbished as part of our uncompromising refurbishment process.

We are thorough and comprehensive throughout and are striving to deliver a machine that is near to how it came out of the factory. All of our restoration work is guaranteed by our one-year on-site parts and labour warranty. 

The Rock-Ola Manufacturing Corporation, founded in 1927 by David C. Rockola, initially gained prominence for manufacturing coin-operated mechanical musical instruments, including jukeboxes, pinball machines, and slot machines. In the 1930s and 1940s, Rock-Ola became a leading player in the jukebox industry with the introduction of innovative models such as the Rock-Ola Luxury Light-Up, setting new standards in design and functionality.

Throughout the mid-20th century, Rock-Ola continued to innovate, introducing iconic models like the Princess and Tempo series, known for their distinctive designs and superior sound quality. Throughout the rest of the 20th century, Rock-Ola remained a respected name in the industry, catering to both commercial and residential markets with its range of classic and modern jukebox designs.

Today, Rock-Ola continues to produce jukeboxes that blend vintage charm with modern technology, appealing to collectors, enthusiasts and music lovers worldwide.


Music and Title Cards Pricing

Music itself is an important part of our business, as reflected by our treasured vinyl library, so we are able to help you source and create the perfect playlist. We also make all of the title cards in original typewriter font – so if you’re a bit stuck for choice, we are only too happy to help.

The charge for vintage records is £15 + VAT per record, this covers most records however some are highly collectable for which we have to pay a premium and are charged at a higher price. The title card service is £150 + VAT for a handmade set 

It is quite an involved process to supply records as we buy them in from dealers or collectors, they will only guarantee the "A" side, so often many records do not pass with us because we always supply records with playable "B" sides as well as the "A".

The centres are then cut (big hole centres) which also leads to some breakage as some of the records split due to their age. Finally they are hand washed and then played both "A" and "B" side on a gramophone for sound quality, only then are they fit to go on the Jukebox. The final check is again playing "A" and "B" side as you would hear it on your Jukebox.

It's all about delivering good quality sound for our clients and if you are investing in a vinyl jukebox the standard of the records have to demonstrate the high standard of our restorations.

Please contact us if you are interested in this service.


  • Model: Rock-Ola model 1488, Regis 120
  • Made in Chicago, USA
  • Year of Production: 1961
  • 120 x 45rpm vinyl record selections
  • Reverba Sound Amp 1964: 3x 6CG7, 1x 6BM8/ECL82
  • Power Supply 35240-A
  • Speaker - Bass: Jensen 35391 12" 16 Ohm
  • Cartridge - Astatic-15D with needle Astatic N-43 resp
  • Key - F-592
  • Size 76 x 153 x 70 cm / 29.875 x 59.875x 27.5"
  • Weight 142 kg / 313 lbs
  • This jukebox will be restored to order in our Surrey workshops to Grade A1 condition
  • Record sourcing and title card service available


  • Free UK delivery
  • Please see here for further delivery information & exceptions
  • Please contact us for an international shipping quotation

Original 1961 Rock-Ola Regis 120 Vinyl Jukebox

This vintage jukebox will be sourced to order and restored in our in-house workshops. Due to the rarity of some vintage items and the varying degrees of their pre-restored condition it is not possible to give each product an exact lead time. Please contact us for more information.
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