I think it's a Singer 15-96
This is my Singer 15K. As best I can tell it is a 15-96. The Serial # is ED 506075 and the charts I find say it was allotted on November 5, 1945 and was made in Kilbowie, Clydebank, Scotland. She's a bit of a rough "lass" but I'm excited about her none the less. The bobbin plate cover is missing but I have found several online. I wrote an earlier post about the Under Cabinet Spring Assist Lift Hinge not holding the plate in place that the belt passes through. I'm still not sure if it is sprung or I just don't understand how to adjust it. It is in a Model No. 1 cabinet. The RAF decals are in pretty good shape. I found a Manual on the Smithsonian website and copied it to learn the basics. There were no extra attachments with it and I'm not sure what was originally packaged with it. I'm new to these vintage machines but figured the only way to learn would be to jump in with both feet and I was able to get this one at very little cost. This will be my learning experience on how to clean one up, get her going and learn something in the process. I've tried to do a Search on the Board for more information but when I type in Singer 15-96 I get a very long list of posts and many don't seem to be related. I must not be doing it right. As you can tell I'm very green behind the ears so any help you can offer will be great.