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this is a 1962 am i tunics election continental continental - Ive made a lot of videos of my jukeboxes after they were finished and playing over the last couple years either restored or just doing the mechanics inside and I thought after doing the title case on this one on the Continental I thought I would make a video of actually going through and restoring machine Im not going to go into a lot of detail on the title case because its already finished and I had finished it before I got the idea but heres the finished title case its had all the chrome done and everything was painted I used a lot of nos parts that I either had or bought some of these parts are available some you just have to look for Sochi if you want them to look new like this the toughest thing was actually matching the paint on the rear of it a lot of people think that it is black its actually a drab Im camouflage green olive green color but it has a black and metallic speckle so that was a little tough to mat