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Thread: found at auction ~ $1.00

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    Junior Member nonda's Avatar
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    found at auction ~ $1.00

    Got this at a local auction for $1 today. It definitely needs wiped down! Anyone want to make a road trip, I don't need it but thought of all of you and just couldn't let it get thrown in the trash.

    I'm in central Oklahoma~

    Tonya


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    Oh the poor thing!! So glad you got to rescue it for a dollar!
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    Lucky you! Both this and the other machine.

    If you don't get any local takers, clean them up and list them on E-Bay. It's a pretty certain thing you'll get more than you paid for them!!
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    Tonya,

    That is a nice old White machine.

    Get some sewing machine oil and some cotton balls and go over it real good and you'll be surprised at how easy it is to clean that crinkle finish.
    I have a soft spot for Whites, but a road trip to central OK is kind of out of the picture.

    Did you get a cord set and foot controller with the machine?

    Joe

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    Joe~no, not on this one. This is all there was

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    Well, all is not lost. Sew-Classic sells cord sets for it.

    Joe

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    I'll bet it still works!

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    Nice like the others I bet this machince runs too bad it is missing the cord! If you had a cord that on another machine that would work and could test it you could still sell it just list it as cord missing! Wish I was closer this White are great working sewing machines.

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    It has a happy new home now for it's retirement.

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