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Thread: Thrift store find

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    Very nice!! I think our trift stores have caught on to the sewing machine craze because I never find any...not even fabric. :(

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    I knew you had to be from Alabama. LOL. My favorite thrift store is in Pell City and always stop when we are traveling back and forth from Florida to Michigan. I have found some great buys and even an old 99 Singer for $6.88!! This thrift store even has a senior day every week.

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    Great buy!!

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    She needed to be adopted.

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    Lucky you. I can remeber when these were the bee's knees. :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by goosepoint
    AWESOME!!!! I don't care when I go into a thrift shop-evidently you girls get there before I do. I never find anything cooooool!
    I know what you mean, goosepoint. I'm always a day late and a dollar short. Haha :)

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    Great find. And, at that price, it was almost free!!

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    Wow! Extremely similar to my old 9410 and my mom's 6234 from 1990. I wonder if my leftover bobbins, 1/4" "Littlefoot" and acrylic insert for my Horn table would fit it. I purchased those separately, so I didn't hand them in when I traded my machine in, thinking my mom might use them. But I her better machines instead :) I've been looking for a home for them. PM me if you are interested.

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    Thrift stores seem to be the in thing. Good for you!

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    Wow that's really cheap for such a machine. I bought an old singer #368 with a cabinet for $10 at an estate sale in Ohio

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