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Thread: Seeing pink!

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    Seeing pink!

    I seem to be collecting pink machines...the first is a Kenmore, which will need a lot of cleaning to remove the nasty nicotine yellowing. And it has no foot pedal (I sense a theme here). I just got the wiring from Sew Classic as it has a three blade connector (Model 158)...update to follow (whether it works)
    The second is a hot pink Morse...no lid to the case and a few paint chips but she works! Question: Does anyone know why there is a second light under the lid near the thread spool? There is a light by the needle to illuminate your work area but why a light underneath the solid lid? BTW, the second light works, still don't see purpose for it.
    Happy Day! Metro Detroit seems to have a few of these pink beauties hanging around.
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    I would imagine the second light is cosmetic. It probably lights up the dial and looks cool. I have a pink Morse too:>

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    I don't have any answers but love the looks of these machines!

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    I have a turquoise Morse but would love a pink one. Love yours.
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    Lovely machines! I only collected Singers, until I happened to find a few Japanese machines like my pink Brother machine and that blue Ward Signature machine. Now you people have me looking for colorful '50s and '60s imports, lol.

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    I am drooling over your Morse. Does the dial light up when the power is on?

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    I love pink!!! Lucky you.
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    Very pretty machines! I don't have pink ones, but have never come across a pink one. Found a Japanese knock off of a Singer 15 that was turquoise once.
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    I love your pink Kenmore.

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    http://williamsport.craigslist.org/for/3787009965.html (no affiliation) includes a purple Morse
    http://williamsport.craigslist.org/art/3786995854.html
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    and there are some other pink machines in the Williamsport listings, too, I believe.
    Last edited by MadCow333; 05-18-2013 at 08:37 AM.

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