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    Junior Member Cindy2201's Avatar
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    1954 99k

    I was at an estate sale today and saw a beautiful 99K in really good condition for $10 dollars. The cabinet was awful but I am wondering if you can use one without the cabinet. The decals are perfect on the machine and everything works on it but the light is a bit touchy. Cords looked good. If I can run it without the cabinet I'd go right back and get it if it's still there. Any help?? TIA.

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    For $10 you should grab it. They do need support, but not necessarily a table. You can put it in a case also.

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    Hope you get it... and post a picture!

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    I hope it's still there if you go back for it.
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    I didn't get a chance to go back today but maybe tomorrow I will. If I get her I will post her pic

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    the cabinets don't come up all that often - great price - look it over
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    I have one and they are wonderful machines!!! Hope it is still there!!!!

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    My 99 sews beautifully! So smooth and quiet!
    Proud owner of: Eleanor, a 1896 Willcox & Gibbs Chain Stitch Treadle
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    my mothers Singer Touch & Sew 758
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    Singer 99K
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    You have to have a case or a cabinet, you can't just set it on a table and sew....I found that out after I purchased
    mine.

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    Well it was gone. I should have gone back yesterday but I really hemmed and hawed about it. I suppose it just didn't grab at me like all my others (I have 9 vintage/antique ones already). Next time I will just do it!

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