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Singer Sewing Machines315 of 593Singer 185K Sewing Machine Part Too Green Singer Sewing Machine Model RFJ8-8 1950s Portable
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    Posted 4 years ago

    thighland
    (3 items)

    This was my Grandmother's sewing machine. It's a 1901 Singer. It's been through some hard times, but I love it and hope to restore it soon.

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    Comments

    1. fortapache fortapache, 4 years ago
      Beautiful case. Looks like it just needs a new belt.
    2. thighland, 4 years ago
      Well, you can't see it when it's open, but the top is in bad shape. It needs refinishing. But otherwise it is in good shape.
    3. Bernadette Bernadette, 4 years ago
      Lovely to have a machine that's been in your family :) It's a model 66 with Egyptian or "Lotus" decals.
    4. kpgreg73 kpgreg73, 4 years ago
      Read up on the best ways to clean the head.hot soapy water is not ideal nor are solvents or abrasive cleaning agents, I think furniture cleaning oil is the best but do some research first. The chrome bits that you can remove will come up well with baking soda and hot water.

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