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Thread: Does anybody know what the heck I bought?

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    I have a friend who has a Morse and she loves it. I've heard good things on here about them. Don't get too anxious to get rid of it.

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    A Gem! Reminds me of the Dressmakers.

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    I have a Morse 4300, it sews great, work horse. I had to do a lot of cleaning on mine. I got it for $20.00 locally. I have the book and all.
    Life is SEW great!!!!!!

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    I found this article on the web about Morse Sewing Machines:

    http://www.ehow.com/facts_8133030_hi...g-machine.html

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    At our quilt guild auction, today, we sold a Morse, Admiral, in a cabinet for $30. It sewed beautifully and didn't have a manual. However, the drawers were stuffed with goodies from the original owner. The lady who purchased it was thrilled to get it. It is kind of the 1957 Chevrolet of sewing machines. You will have fun with it. No, it isn't junk for sure.

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    Yes, this machine is wonderful! It will last and last.

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    That is an outstanding cabinet. I've not seen one with the two drop leaves. Fabulous work surface. And if the machine is cleaned and serviced, you'll get many happy years of use out of it.
    Stephanie in Mena

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanofNJ View Post
    A Gem! Reminds me of the Dressmakers.
    Exactly what I was thinking!

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