And yes, it came home with me. While it was the most expensive machine at the shop, I thought it was the best machine at the shop too.
2 manuals and an "advertising sheet" (which is how I know it's a dominion secretary cabinet.)
Came with many attachments, including a couple things I don't recognize yet.
It's fairly tight moving at the moment, but I think I know someone who can look at it.
The decals are in good shape, and so far, all I can tell is missing is the "knob" for the stitch length selector...
The only disappointing surprise so far is this:
Yeah, it's actually wired into the cabinet. I have to be missing something. No one would have carted this behemoth back to the dealer for servicing IN its cabinet....