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Thread: Another use for a Vintage Machine

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    Super Member gramquilter2's Avatar
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    Cute idea, it probably couldn't be restored!

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    Why? I could get it running again, and would .....................


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    Yeah, Joe, you came to mind while I was reading this--but I guess she lives too far away from y'all.
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    ...middle of the night swap-a-roonie leave a Chinese "singer" repro in it's place.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gramquilter2 View Post
    Cute idea, it probably couldn't be restored!
    HA!!!! I know plenty of people that could and would restore that Singer 127, and one of them is me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricket_iscute View Post
    HA!!!! I know plenty of people that could and would restore that Singer 127, and one of them is me.
    too bad they didn't use some plastic wonder - nobody would care
    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
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    It's been fun to read your replies. You've reacted the same way I did - a combination of disbelief, admiration, and amusement. It makes me wish I knew the quilter/vintage SM collector that lives at the end of the driveway. We would probably have a lot of things in common - and I would tell her/him that I know a wonderful bunch of people who could commiserate and/or help with that machine. You guys are great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveH View Post
    ...middle of the night swap-a-roonie leave a Chinese "singer" repro in it's place.....
    hehe! And the perfect place for a sloppy Chinese repro, it is. ;-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricket_iscute View Post
    HA!!!! I know plenty of people that could and would restore that Singer 127, and one of them is me.

    Yeah, really. That will buff out, y'all! hahahahahaha!

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    Sorry, I'm not a fan of this.

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