ROCK-OLA CD Bubbler Jukebox model CD8C - SOLD

Mfg:  Rock-Ola

Year:  2004

Model:  CD8-C

Serial No: 989501

Type:  CD

Selections:  Holds 100 cd's or cdr's

Component color:  Yellow - 450 dual/watt amps

Restored:  December 2013

Slide Shows Uploaded:  2

   - Slide Show Pics of Bubbler - 75+ as of Dec 14th

   - Slide Show Pics of song/titles - COMING SOON!

Videos Uploaded:  COMING SOON!




  • Brand new PRO-PLAYER CD Unit

  • all new pilister PLASTICS (4pc)

  • all new GRILL PLASTICS (4pc)

  • New button set that are lead free

  • 50 CD's w/custom printed title cards

  • 200 page CD8-B Owner's Manual

  • Computer code quick reference sheet

  • Cabinet key & door key





CD Bubbler version of the most popular Jukebox of All-Time the '1946 WURLITZER model 1015' also known as 'THE BUBBLER'.   FULLY RESTORED 2004 ROCKOLA CD BUBBLER Jukebox.


Comes with (8) bubbler tubes & (4) rotating barber pole lights in the 4 main plastic pilasters.   Puts out a beautiful color show.    The original 1015 had (8) bubble tubes but only (2) barber pole lights.


This Bubbler was made in 2004.  Fully functional & plays/sounds great.  Holds 100 cd's or cdr's (will not play mp3 data discs).


Cabinet is Walnut Veneer stained dark red/brown Walnut - looks like dark Cherry & the front door is Curly Maple Veneer stained light Maple.


Casting are real metal/trim pieces that have been triple chromed plated.  Unlike the Wurlitzer OMT that has plastic/chromed trim pieces.  Chrome on this Bubbler is MINT!


Professionally Restored:  During restoration I installed new Plastics, new Bubble Tubes, brand new PRO-PLAYER CD Unit, new push buttons & a Rock-Ola factory rebuilt Computer.


I offer you a 3rd choice, you can save money over buying a brand new bubbler AND you get the look of a restored bubbler to look like new for nearly the same as buying a used bubbler that needs to be restored.  My bubblers are restored to look & play like brand new but without the price of new!


Original push buttons on the model CD8-C have a weak mounting base.  Every model CD8-C I have restored has had cracked & broken bases.  I always install new buttons on all my CD8-C restorations.  When you press down a push button on a model CD8-C & hear a pop/snap noise its because the base is broken or cracked and the bottom of the button is trying to find the align pin & when it does that is when you hear the pop/snap noise.  Broken bases will work but not very well.  Besides the original buttons contained LEAD & these new ones are lead free.



I will upload a slide show of all the CD TITLES & ARTIIST names as soon as possible.   Comes with CD's.


NOTE: The slide show below: the images are cropped to fit and the slide show will auto advance every 2secs.


By double clicking onto any scrolling image below you will go to a full-screen uncropped slide show that you control the slide advancement.


Littleton, Colorado

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