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Non-Singer Sewing Machines191 of 430The Free sewing Machine Co. $11.66 pickmy mystery vintage sewing machine
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    Posted 6 years ago

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    My one and only sewing machine, thought was just to cool not to buy for the $40 they wanted at the thrift shop. It didn't work when I got it, but after some serious elbow grease and a can of penetrating oil it spins like a brand new machine now

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    1. AnnaB AnnaB, 6 years ago
      $40?!!!! wow.... (*turning green with envy)
    2. GeodeJem GeodeJem, 6 years ago
      Better than the hundreds and thousands of Singers.
    3. davekelejian, 6 years ago
      Thanks AnnaB and GeodeJem!
      Anna, if you had seen this when I bought it you may have skipped it. It was covered in years and years of nicotine, But honestly I think the nicotine preserved the paint especially the gold. Took forever to get it cleaned up, but it's a pretty sharp display piece now. Merry Christmas to All!
    4. shareurpassion shareurpassion, 6 years ago
      How awesome is this??? Great thing that you were able to fix it too. I've never seen one of these before, thanks for sharing.
    5. AnnaB AnnaB, 6 years ago
      Dave, that's exactly how i like to obtaint my stuff...this way you get a great deal on it and can have fun fixing it :-)
      I have an old Singer which came at a high price tag almost mint, but if i don't work on something, i don't have as much connection to it.
    6. davekelejian, 6 years ago
      Thanks shareurpassion!
      Yup Anna, I love digging, and buying old stuff and tinkering, You definitely get a connection after fixing/repairing something. My 30+ years as a auto mechanic, and thousands and thousands of tools still come in handy sometimes.
    7. AnnaB AnnaB, 6 years ago
      I bet there is still a few tools that you think you need, and you buy or make them yourself to work on your projects, and sometimes you create projects to get more tools, yes? ;-)
    8. davekelejian, 6 years ago
      Of course AnnaB, men can never have enough toys!

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