Here's a machine that may be (maybe!) worth rescuing if you're in the Houston area, but if my eyes don't deceive me, there is a black hole where the bobbin assembly is supposed to be, not to mention the slide plate, which apparently people often just threw away when they couldn't figure out how to put it back on. I'm not interested - no more room, and I don't want a project machine, but I thought I'd point it out because I assume that by "working condition" this person means that the motor runs and the needle goes up and down. Well, maybe that's what's meant. Caveat emptor!
I assume it's a 201, and I wasn't aware they came in anything but black. I learn something new every day.