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    Quote Originally Posted by Surfergirl
    I have 18 and they all are in great condition. Here's the list: One Singer 15-91, one Singer 66, one Necchi Bu Supernova, made in Italy, two Singer 99's, one Singer Spartan 192, one Singer 101, three Singer 201-2's, one Singer 301, one Singer 401, one singer 404, 3 Singer Featherweights, one singer 2010 Touch-tronic, and a Brother cs6000i. I think that's all. I'm going to keep all but 4 of these machines. I'll be selling the 66, the two 99's and the 192, BUT I will be adding a 500 to my collection as soon as I can find one reasonably priced! I love the vintage machines because they are so reliable and I can do all the maintenance on them myself.
    I might have a 500A if you want to do some trading on the 66 and 99's

    Billy

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    I have 2 machines and a serger...nice to have a backup, like someone said, I keep both up and going for different projects...

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    I have my Pfaff 2054 for sewing (love it), the Brother SE350 which is a combo sewing and embroiderying machine (can go either way for backup), my new Brother PE770, and a White serger from 1980's that's heavy as a tank and stitches up a storm! I also acquired a Kenmore from a thirft shop (an 80's, and nursed it back to health - oiled it, was seized and would barely move). I wanted it for the manual adjustments in anticipation of free-motion embroidery. Love 'em all like kids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lostn51
    Quote Originally Posted by Surfergirl
    I have 18 and they all are in great condition. Here's the list: One Singer 15-91, one Singer 66, one Necchi Bu Supernova, made in Italy, two Singer 99's, one Singer Spartan 192, one Singer 101, three Singer 201-2's, one Singer 301, one Singer 401, one singer 404, 3 Singer Featherweights, one singer 2010 Touch-tronic, and a Brother cs6000i. I think that's all. I'm going to keep all but 4 of these machines. I'll be selling the 66, the two 99's and the 192, BUT I will be adding a 500 to my collection as soon as I can find one reasonably priced! I love the vintage machines because they are so reliable and I can do all the maintenance on them myself.
    I might have a 500A if you want to do some trading on the 66 and 99's

    Billy
    Gee Billy wish I had known that.I just gave away both of those when I moved.lol And a 500A is the only slant I don't have.

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    Not sure! Let me count them

    1) Pfaff 7570
    2) Kenmore 385.1915
    3) Kenmore 158.1914
    4) Kenmore 158.1430
    5) White 565 (for my daughter)
    6) Morse 4300 (at DIL's)
    7) Cromwell (at DIL's)
    8) Singer 27 Treadle
    9) Babylock Protege Serger (at DD's)
    10) Babylock Imagine Wave Serger
    11) Babylock Coverstitch Machine
    12) Babylock Embellisher
    13) Babylock Emore Embroidery Machine
    14) Brother PE 150 Embroidery Machine
    15) Just arrived yesterday...Juki TL 2010Q

    Oh my, wish I hadn't added them up. I had no idea I had so many machines! But...So many of them do different things. That's my story and I'm sticking to it!

    Oh, one more...Storing for a friend in another state, a Singer 500 Rockateer. (Does that count? LOL)

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    Quote Originally Posted by damaquilts
    Gee Billy wish I had known that.I just gave away both of those when I moved.lol And a 500A is the only slant I don't have.
    I have been buying machines left and right here in the last month or so and I am going to be reselling them pretty soon after I service them. I have several 500A's in the mix along with a few 301's, FW's, a 328K, and several 66's. The FW's and 66's are all getting the repaints on them and then they are already allotted to quilt shops.

    But since I am selling these machines and they will not live here for long, I dont even count these in my machine inventory.

    Billy

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    10 sewing machines one serger, (3 wilcox & gibbs not working) but so cute! use 6 and seger

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    I have three and use them all. I have one out for lone to my sister, she doesn't have a back up. I all so have a surger, so I 'm machine poor.

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    I just have one machine right now it is my old singer. My new machine that my hubby wanted to buy me for xmas is on hold till income tax time.

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    I have 12 in all - 3 are treadles (given to me free) and one serger. Best I can remember I bought only 4 of my machines & the serger. Can't beat that for price. Gosh Billy, I'm almost up to your count and 6 months ago I didn't even realize I needed this many machines.

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