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Thread: CONVIENENT SPIFFY AD MAKING KIT - no thinking necessary - or CL ads for dummies?

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    SOLD AS IS-CASH ONLY-SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY-NO RETURNS-RECEIPT AVAILBLE-1ST COME 1ST SERVE BASIS-CALL/E-MAIL(NO TEXTS) TO SETUP APPT
    Now doesn't that just make you want to whip your money right out of your purse???
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    vintage sewing machine in real good shape all its missing is the belt to run the gears why you are pushing the pedal! drawers are in really good shape as well! call perry

    antique treddle sewing machine is complete less belt and in good condition. L Davis is the brand with oak top and drawers

    I HAVE AN ANTIQUE TREADEL DAVIS SEWING MACHING IN WOOD CABINET AND IN GREAT WORKING CONDITION AND ALL THE WOOD IS IN GREAT SHAPE. WILL TAKE $125.00 OBO OFFER.

    I have an old sewing machine. As far as i know everything is still attached. It has all the drawers. The top of the wood is a little rough but dont hurt it any.Everything is functionable. feel free to email me with any questions

    I'm selling a 1920's vintage Singer Sewing Machine for $150 OBO. It does need some TLC, but looks great to be so old! ;o)
    In cleaning out my dad's garage, we found this sewing machine, and didn't just want to throw it away.
    It is NOT the kind that is attached to a table. It has a wooden cover as well.
    It looks like it has a 1950's (ish) converter to make it electric powered with a little light.
    It also has a booklet and an oil can with it.
    Email me with questions! Like I said, it's not something we know anything about, but in the limited research I did online, others are being sold for well over $200.
    I will be able to meet at the Lowe's parking lot just inside Bella Vista.
    Thanks for looking!
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    "Excellent condition with several diferent factory heads. Tons of thread and needles and sewing accesories. Original manual and "how to" pamphlets go with it.Very classic looking. If I can't get 100 for it I will keep it to myself."

    http://limaohio.craigslist.org/atq/2796165511.html HONEST - this is real....

    BBBBAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHHHHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAA HHHHHHHAAAAAAAAAAAA- I wonder if It would work - pick out a machine you want - BUY IT - what ever - then DH says it has to go... Ok sweetheart - I'll just put it on CL...... if it don't sell I'll just have to keep it....
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    Something is wrong with it but I don't know what and I don't know how to sew. I've had it working fine before but I don't know anything about them. (it probably works now I just haven't tried it in ages)



    1952 singer sewing machine good condition needs a belt and light bulb...has origanal extra pieces.. it is eletric wood cabinet with 4 locking drawers. Trade hunting fishing stuff canves army tent

    Grandma purchased this about 1895. The veneer top needs glue and the finish is rough but otherwise it seems to be in operable condition.
    (I wonder what that looks like - no picture - this person must be really old, I'm 60 and my grandma was BORN in 1901)
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    old sewing machaine push peaddle singer make offer or bid to owen it call 221-4*** thank you. I aiso have another one that has wooden stand that's works good no longer using it work'sit is a whiting and have a old old old whiting in good shape in cabent as well s great make ne a offer on both if interested please call i can send pic..working on adding on pic..for post thank you for looking
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    I have a Singer treadle (pedal) sewing machine all mechanical parts move freely on machine
    some surface rust and pitting but fully functional does need the belt from treadle to machine
    wooden case has lost some of it's finish 2 of the 6 drawers are missing and a knob from one.
    has flip out accessory drawer

    asking $100.00 Firm
    if you email leave a contact number or your email will be deleted TOO MUCH SPAM
    better to just call *** *** ****
    serious inquiries only please
    thank you
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    My nearly 80 yr old Grandma has lost her house. She, my Grandfather and uncle who resided in the home for nearly 50 years all could be classified as pack rats. My grandfather was a TV repair man and loved all knick naks and antiques, My uncle was a ac repair man and tool junkie, as for grandma who will be removed from the home any day now; she collected any and everything between. As I stated earlier she has unfortunatly lost her home. She is subject to being forcibly removed at any given time. At that time all items left in the house wil belong to the bank that is taking her home. I would rather someone just make an offer so she could walk away with something to help begin the process of rebuilding her new life rather than see everything be demolished or auctioned and pocked by the bank. This is a HOARDER stlye house. PLEASE BEWARE most items in the home may need some work, such as old antique furniture needing to be refurnished. We got everything we could but there is still a lot left. Of the top of my head- a very old sleigh bed w/ matching vanity and dresser neither need much work at all other than cleaning, both with large original mirrors (bed has since sold), a very old white vintage bedroom set, a few singer sewing machines (one has a serial number that dates it to 1928 this particular one looks to be in good condition to me, it's a cabinet model with the whole foot dealy, then there are two table top units; one from probably the 70's and the other probably much older), a victrola or two one is still in rough working condition the better of the 2 is a floor model and there are several records, a hutch, litttle antiques ( antique roseville pottery, a model b Aladdin lamp from the 30's, 1 great working fedder's air conditioner along with a few others that would probably be best suited for parts, a ncr cash register that's in need of TLC the serial # on it dates it to 1907 but I'm not buying it, it doesn't really look that old, 2 vintage vacuums, a Kirby and a Hoover I believe, one still works, a newer refridgerator that would have to be cleaned out, two hand made fire place lights, a chandelier, two small t.v.s one large console television all three work just fine, there's also a medium sized t.v. that worked well last I checked - they're just older, a really old tall mirror that's pretty beaten up, a decent couch, a bar, a bicycle probably from 80's or 90's, a 70's Honda motorcycle, a unique antique round end table, one 1930's or 40's floor unit Magnavox radio, 2 victrolas one is a table top unit, the other a floor model in rough working condition, 2 wrought iron chairs, a very old dining room table in rough condition, 2 oak chairs, a more recent large desk as well as a smaller antique stationary desk, 2 shelties that need a good home, ect... If your inner picker is interested please give me a call or text anytime day or night if (I can't take the call I can most always respond to a text) and I will gladly walk you through the house. My name is Heather, I am her granddaughter and only close living relative (***) ***-**** TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE!!! CALL ASAP she is staying there on borrowed time and without a doubt will be out by this weekend. Please do not respond to this add after this Sunday, as we will no longer have access to the house.

    hhhmmmmmm pac rats with a sob story - I wonder if it sells anything???
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    Singer sewing machine with potable table
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    Quote Originally Posted by Celeste View Post
    Singer sewing machine with potable table
    Celeste, It is 4 am - my son just wrecked his truck - I'm waiting for DH to get out of the garage.... too funny. You made my day.
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    Miriam, these are wonderful! You provided (or CL did) my laughs for the day! Thanks.

    By the way, did your son get hurt in the accident that wrecked his truck?
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