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Thread: My Goodwill find!!!

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    DD and SIL have things in storage and next door is a Goodwill. They decided to take some things over that they no longer wanted. I went in and found this beauty sitting on a table. I had to look twice at the price they were asking: $9.99!!! It even had the manual tucked inside.

    Oops! Ignore the date on the pictures. I used DD's camera and had to put in new batteries and forgot to fix the date.

    What are these used for??
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    OMG !!!! Lucky YOU Does it run??

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    coooooollllll!!!!!!!!

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    I haven't tried it yet. It weighs a ton and I think it has 306 W on the front of it.

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    I saw that on Ebay last night, bet it was more than $10. Great find.

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    Wow!!! That's a nice find.

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    The plates look like a very early straight stitch plate and a feed dog cover plate. Look at the plates on a Janome 1600p--very similar.

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    So cute.

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    metal pieces are throat plates

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    Those "metal things" go on the bed of the machine, they are interchangable with the one that is already there. The one on the left is for doing a straight stitch only, the one that is on the machine is probably for zig zag stitching, I am not sure what the one on the right with the raised surface is for. Please excuse me, I am having a brain fart right now and cannot think of the right name for these.

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