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Thread: Double rescue needed in west Peoria, IL

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    Double rescue needed in west Peoria, IL

    Wife found this in CL:
    http://peoria.craigslist.org/atq/3343020479.html

    Two old sewing machines, one a White treadle, the other is unknown. Probably a Singer. Check out the pics ..... ugh.

    I'd go for them but ... no money, no room.

    Any QB members near Peoria, IL????

    Joe

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    Wish I was close enough!

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    Hahaha guess well have to guess the condition of the machines. Great price though. Good luck to whoever is close by
    Proud owner of: Eleanor, a 1896 Willcox & Gibbs Chain Stitch Treadle
    Tucci, a 1952 Singer Featherweight
    my mothers Singer Touch & Sew 758
    Flower, Brother XR 6060
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    Singer 99K
    Shadow, 1929 Singer 128 (currently w/hand crank)

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    wish there were pictures of the machines!!

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    That was exactly the same thought we had when we looked at the add. Wonder if we emailed the poster if they would even be able to get to the machines to take some pics?

    Elaine

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    Quote Originally Posted by MimiBug123 View Post
    Wish I was close enough!
    Yeah, me too. If I could buy them I would insist on that vintage cage on top of the cabinet being part of the deal. That is a vintage collectible also.
    Sweet Caroline

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    By the looks of that mess, I'll bet the seller would be glad to get rid of a bunch of it. I looked at the cage too, but it's too small for any critter we have around here so I'll pass.

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Miller View Post
    By the looks of that mess, I'll bet the seller would be glad to get rid of a bunch of it. I looked at the cage too, but it's too small for any critter we have around here so I'll pass.

    Joe
    Some people use those cages as decorations. It looks like a pigeon or chicken cage.
    Sweet Caroline

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    I'm not one to use things for decorations or modern art. I'd probably try to stick one our cats in it. (we need a demon smiley here)

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by J Miller View Post
    I'm not one to use things for decorations or modern art. I'd probably try to stick one our cats in it. (we need a demon smiley here)

    Joe
    I bet if you put a little cat quilt in it and a quilt over it at least one cat would claim it for their own cat cave.
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