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Thread: GREEN? Singer Model 15 ????

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    A Singer followed me home from a garage sale because I thought it was so cute. It is GREEN - on closer inspection a '15' is on the front of the machine and the serial number makes it a Model 15 born in 1956.

    Problem is I don't see anything on the web for a Model 15 in GREEN.

    Any suggestions?

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    Sure! Post a picture! We want to see.

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    Hey, I just got a green Singer this weekend too! Mine is a Singer 15-125, according to the little manual...its light green with a cabnit. I posted a picture towards the end of the vintage posting. Did you get the same machine as me? I paid 15.00 for mine, couldnt believe it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarrieAnne
    Hey, I just got a green Singer this weekend too! Mine is a Singer 15-125, according to the little manual...its light green with a cabnit. I posted a picture towards the end of the vintage posting. Did you get the same machine as me? I paid 15.00 for mine, couldnt believe it!
    I didn't see your picture -

    Here's mine
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    Yes! They look almost identical! Except yours has a way nicer cabnit. I will go see where my picture is on here so you can see it!

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    Okay, my picture is in the Vintage sewing machine shop thread, top of page 106...sorry I dont know how to get the picture here, Boyfriend posted it.....I am dying to know if we got the same one! Did yours have a manual? I got that and all the attachments.

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    awesome

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    Wow never saw one of those. Kinda looks like the 185 that I have. Its green small and weighs a ton. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by damaquilts
    Wow never saw one of those. Kinda looks like the 185 that I have.
    ***Its green small and weighs a ton. lol***
    But with DETERMINATION I was able to get the cabinet and machine into the house all by myself!
    :oops: <---- color of my face when I was done!

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    I have some I can no longer move. Like my Kenmore. I had to have my DD help me get it into the cabinet. lol My face turns that color a lot when I am trying to move stuff. :-) :-)

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