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Thread: Singer sewing machine - which model # is this?

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    I'm trying to figure out the model number for this Singer machine. I looked everywhere on the machine but couldn't find any model number info. I did a google search but couldn't find one like this one. I'm hoping someone on the Board can help me with the number or a good website where I can find many pictures. Thanks for your help.

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    Can you see a serial number on it? First glance, it looks like my 201.

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    i thought 201s have the light on the front.

    i did a google search and it looks more like the 101

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    It is a Singer 101. Congratulations, they are not common!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabric_fancy
    i thought 201s have the light on the front.

    i did a google search and it looks more like the 101
    you're right. It does look more like a 101.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1000projects
    Great link, thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks for your help. The link that 1000projects posted does show a nice picture of it. I saw this one at a Goodwill store today for $30. The cabinet is stained. I don't know if the machine works and there doesn't appear to be any attachments. Does $30 seem like a good price?

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    Can't say if it's a good price. Depends on if all the parts move or not. I won't pay more than $25-50 for a vintage machine, but that's just me. If you can get the serial number and look that up on the Singer site you'll know for sure which model it is.

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    It's very nice but I don't have a clue about the model.

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