I went to an estate sale today and there stood a Singer treadle machine. It is in decent shape (the cabinet is not) and I was told the attachments were all there. According to the serial number, it is a Singer 127 made in1920. It is a common machine for that year as 50,000 were made. They came down from $125 to $100. Fair price? It supposedly works--I did not test it. The lady I talked to pretended to know more than she really knew and around here antique dealers really don't want the machines as they feel that it is a narrow focus group of people that would want it. It, of course, needs to be cleaned up and I feel the cabinet would have to be repaired enough to get it home. What would you do, assuming that it runs? Is $100 fair?