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Thread: Dressmaker-precision Deluxe 201

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    Dressmaker-precision Deluxe 201

    A 1960 - does not look to have been used much--gave it a good cleaning, oiling-and greasing-runs and sews good-I just lucked up on this one
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    Carol

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    She's really pretty! I don't know why people dump the machines, do you?

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    She's a real honey! So cute.

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    Nice looking machine. Have fun sewing with her.

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    Wow, she is a beauty! Love the color!

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    Nice I like them clones.

    Joe

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    You're right...she doesn't look like she's been used much, if at all. "You done good!"
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    Hi Ashboro, NC from Salisbury, NC. She looks exactly like my Blue Universal clone. Very nice machine. I took the plate on the stitch length adjustor off to clean it and haven't been able to get it adjusted just right when I put it back on. Any help on that front? Anyone? Enjoy sewing with her.
    Kitsy

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    Looks brand new.
    I was lucky to get a Vandvoort (made for a Dept. store that use to be in St.Louis) 15 clone. It was brand new and had never been oiled, never been used. I replaced the belt, Oiled the stem that goes into the motor and oiled it up real good, bought a light and she sews like brand new.
    Another Phyllis
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    Glad she went to someone who would save and cherish her.

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