Check out the stitch regulator and how the motor is mounted on this machine.
Also note it says "rebuilt" on the column of the machine.
Anyone want to comment about the modifications on this machine???
I've seen pictures of that "forward / reverse" conversion unit on a 66. I'd love to get my hands on one to work with.
Since that machine does not have a motor mount boss the motor bracket was simply attached to the back of the pillar with screws. Simple.
CD in Oklahoma
I posted just for comments and so others could see these interesting modifications.
I think what most interested me was the "Rebuilt Singer Machine" decal - I've never seen that before.
I have a couple machines that must have been motorized. I should dig around for a pic. NAH it would be quicker to drive over there and take a new picture after I dig up the machines. LOL
For those who are amused by such things. I have started a new thread (because I cannot attach a non-image here) and then attached the PDF of the US Patent for the Revco Reverser. 1 page of amazing drawings, and 5 pages of amazingly detailed descriptions of how it works....
I'll be checking that out. I just won a machine with that Reverser. My machine is a bit different from the OP's machines and I don't have it yet so I'll have to wait till I get it to comment on it.