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Thread: Can you tell me what kind of machine this is? Craigslist link

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    Senior Member luvnquilt's Avatar
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    http://eugene.craigslist.org/atq/2383042242.html
    thanks, it's only $30 and I think I might be interested.

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    It looks like a dull finish one of the same model as the smooth finish one my mom had for years and that I learned to sew on as a teenager. If it works at all it would be a great machine to use.

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    Without the rest of the serial number I can't find all the details. I would snatch it up in a heart beat if I lived in OR. Let us know what you decide:)

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    $30. Even if it needed repairs it would be worth it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvnquilt
    http://eugene.craigslist.org/atq/2383042242.html
    thanks, it's only $30 and I think I might be interested.
    My Grandma had this machine, but in a different cabinet. It was a real workhorse. If it is working, I would say to get it...bring with some thread, a class 66 bobbin and a scrap or two of fabric. It didn't have a foot controller...it operated with a knee controller.

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    For crying out loud.... GO FOR IT.. you will not be sorry, I am sure. Looks like an awesome machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Painiacs
    $30. Even if it needed repairs it would be worth it!!
    I agree!

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