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    Posted 11 years ago

    BrotherTim
    (2 items)

    We were given this old electric Singer Sewing machine. The motor still works. It has an old leather belt that isn't in great shape. We don't know anything about this particular model. Can anyone identify it?

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    1. Nancy Salisbury, 11 years ago
      What you have is a Singer machine made in 1941 in Elizabethport plant , Elizabeth , New Jersey . The finish is called Godzilla because it is a rough finish . You should be able to get a new belt for it at a sewing center that will work . These are good little machines . It will also do a tack stitch ( sew in reverse ) .
    2. Bernadette Bernadette, 11 years ago
      It's a Singer 66 - Singer called that finish 'crinkle' - collectors have named it 'Godzilla' :) looks to be in lovely condition. From a batch of 35,000 commissioned September 30 1941.
    3. Blueperson, 7 years ago
      Anyone know what that case is? I have that same sewing machine box and want to know more about it. PLEASE help!

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