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Thread: treadle singer

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    Senior Member redturtle's Avatar
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    how heavy are these and do you think i could cram it into the back of my little ford escape?

    http://charlottesville.craigslist.or...614756434.html

    TIA

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    Oh my gosh, what a beauty!! I don't know what kind of car that is but I hope you get it ...... FAST!! :D

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    For that price I would sure try.

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    lol...its the next size down from a ford explorer...
    it is an suv but a small one

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    I sure hope you can, please try!

    I sure know I can't pick one up in my Geo Metro!

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    My daughter put a small deep freeze in the back end of her escape. go git her girl and don't stop til you get it home. What a bargain.
    wish I could find just a cabinet like that here in my area for that money. I won a slant 301 tonight on EBAY. never thought I would get it. Asked the seller to please pack carefully as out of the 4 machines I have gotten 3 were damaged because they didn't think the USPS would toss them they were so heavy. My little Spartan was coming out of the box yesterday. broke the bottom that the machine sets in.

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    They are heavy, but if worse comes to worse and you are handy with a screwdriver you could always take it apart! Where there is a will.......!

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    take the machine out before you load it. also the drawers. then it is not so heavy.

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    Yes, this and take a screw driver. Where there is a will there is a way.

    Quote Originally Posted by amyjo
    take the machine out before you load it. also the drawers. then it is not so heavy.

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    they are not as heavy as they are awkward..the weight is all in the top, but they need to lie down to travel safely..sigh..

    go get her...

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