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Thread: Necchi Infanzia Julia

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    Necchi Infanzia Julia

    My boss just found one of these in her mother's house. She is not interested in keeping it and I'm just curious if anyone knows anything about these. It is the CUTEST thing I have ever seen! It looks to be in great shape other than the handle is broken on the case. Her very young granddaughters tried to use it but they say it doesn't work.

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    picture would be great
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    If it has plastic cams they might be broken. But some the grand kids were little it could have just been a case of being threaded wrong or something. But the cams are notorious for cracking in necchi machines despite being good machines I picked up a 544, and her entire cam stack was broken. Glad I was only out 5 dollars with it.
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