I am thinking of purchasing a Singer Featherweight for traveling in our RV. I feel this little machine would be ideal for travels because of it's small size, light weight and no computer boards to get fried by RV parks constantly fluctuating electricity. :shock:
I read that FW's manufactured before WWII are made with a bit heavier/sturdier metals than those after WWII. Therefore, supposedly they are more desirable than the later models. I have no idea whether this is true or a sales ploy. :?:
I have seen so many beautiful FW's on Ebay and really have no idea which years to search for, or if it really matters.
I would absolutely love some clarification!! Thank you so much for any replies. :-D