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    Super Member LoriEl's Avatar
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    I found out last night that my brother has had an old Singer that my dad picked up at a yard sale years ago. Now I have it! I have to call to get the instruction manual.

    born April 24, 1929 in Elizabeth, NJ
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    15,000 made. this is her case
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    Great! Where has your brother been hiding that! Love the machine & case.

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    Lucky lady congrats

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    You might be able to find one online.

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    what a bread box machine luck you.

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    wow, she is a beauty.Have fun sewing with her.pab

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    Very nice. Did you get her knee controller too? I bought a model 99 on an auction, but she didn't have her controller with her, and I havent bought one yet. I like the decals on yours!! Very nice. I know you'll have fun with her.

    You can get a manual downloaded online free at ismacs.

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    Breadbox machine? There's no model number so I was going to call tomorrow with the serial # to get a manual. No knee control either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonbonary
    Great! Where has your brother been hiding that! Love the machine & case.
    I don't know but as soon as he found out I was interested he got it right out and gave it to me!

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    The serial number is on that little plate on the right front of the bed. That's all you need to find the year and model here. http://www.singerco.com/support/serial_numbers.html Let us know what you find out. I have an idea and would like to know if I'm right. Or post the number.

    I downloaded my repro manuals free from sewclassic.com

    It's a very pretty machine and your bentwood case looks good, too.

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