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Thread: Handcranks for Vintage Sewing Machines

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    I am happy to announce that I will be carrying the reproduction Handcranks!!

    These are the really nice ones that the casting marks are smoothed out and have the black plastic handles. Not the crappy Chinese ones you see on eBay. I plan on carrying them constantly but the manufacturer only produces them certain times of the year and then they allot just so many of them to produce. I have the last allotment for this year and the next shipment I can get will be the first part of next year.

    They will fit the Singer machines I know, because I have my first one on my 128 and it is soooooo nice!! I will check some of the other makes to see if they fit as well. But you need to have a spoked wheel on your machine and the motor boss on the rear of the pillar where the bracket would bolt up to.

    I am selling them for $40 + Shipping.

    If interested PM me your zip code for the price total and we can work out the logistics.

    Photos will follow tomorrow when I get to my studio to take them.

    Billy

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    Thanks for the sevice, Billy. Will have to look in to this.

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