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You did well in your purchases. I think people must donate all their great machines "up north" before they move to Florida. I never see such good stuff in our GW or Salvation Army stores. The only good ones I have found have been on Craig's list and they are either a real mess or beauties that go in minutes like the FW that was about $80 that I missed.
I have a Touch & Sew machine in a cabinet. Here is a pic too.I've had it for 30 years, bought secondhand. Four years ago it went 'on the blink' and I was ready to scrap it but the lovely Singer Man a few miles up the road told me it was too good to scrap and that I ought to get it repaired. It needed a new bobbin mechanism and a new gear (common problems). It now purrs like a kitten and makes me feel great when I sew on it. I believe it dates from 1969. It's a slant needle machine with a self-winding bobbin. It needs a knack but once you've mastered it, it's fab. I love it.