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Thread: looking for a fw at a reasonable price?

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    Senior Member w7sue's Avatar
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    I found the ad by clicking on the link in the message, but when I went to craigslist for Portland, it was not on there - I wonder if it has been sold already. I have three and would buy that one in a heartbeat! I am going to go do some more research on it.

    Sent them an email - hopefully it is still available ...
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    it was still there last night - i hope you can get it!

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    Great price considering condition and accessories offered. Go for it!!!

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    I just looked at a white one yesterday. They wanted $200 for it - the zipper foot was on the machine; no other feet; no bobbin; chip in the paint on the bed; more bubbling areas of paint. Did have the foot control and case but way too rich for my cheap blood for that condition!

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    http://atlanta.craigslist.org/eat/clt/3576157382.html

    Just saw this listing in my area. If DH wasn't having surgery this week and my budget would allow it, I'd consider going after it. I already have one and I think DH would faint if I said I wanted another machine.

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    keep checking garage sales. Thats how i found my pristine white one. I paid 90.00 for her. She has the case and all her attachments. I had to replace the belt on her but thats it. if she hadn't been threaded I would have thought she was never used.

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    I'm happy to say she found a home in Rancho Cucamonga!!!
    My sister lives in Portland and she agreeded to pick it up for me. The seller brought it to her office and she told me it looked exactly like the picture.
    Now, we are working on shipping it to me. I'm so excited!!
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    Most of the good machines listed in the Portland C List are for pickup only. I questioned them on this and was told that so many were damaged during delivery that they made it a policy. Too bad, though.

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