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Thread: Singer 66 Machine

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    I am trying to make some room in my sewing room and have an old Singer 66 machine in a cabinet that I am interested in giving away. It has been "electrified;" however, it does not come on. I do not know if that's because of a bad cord or bad motor. The hand wheel does turn, so it is not locked up. If there is anyone in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex area that would like to pick it up, please send me a PM. I have attempted to post a few pictures, but have never posted before so I am not sure it will work.
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    Very pretty!

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    Nice machine but it is a Singer 127 VS machine. It just has the wrong manual with the machine.

    I wish I was closer because I would get it from you in a heartbeat!!

    Billy

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    Tells you what I know about the machine. Thanks for the info.

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    Just because it doesn't come on doesn't mean it doesn't have any value. Although it's very nice of you to give it away.

    Just saying. ;-)

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    Hey its an easy mistake to make believe me I know. But I will say that the decals on this machine are in really good condition even with the worn spots on the bed. Most of these machines are not as nice as this one and who ever gets it will have a nice machine indeed!!

    So are you willing to part with the manual? I could use it with one of my machines in my collection that is a 1924 Model 66.

    Billy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lostn51
    Nice machine but it is a Singer 127 VS machine. It just has the wrong manual with the machine.

    I wish I was closer because I would get it from you in a heartbeat!!

    Billy

    Me too, I wish I was closer.

    Pam M

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    Billy I don't mind parting with the manual if you want to send me your address.

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    It's a beautiful sewing machine - if I lived closer I'd be there in a heart beat.

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    Wow!! It's a beautiful machine, I wish I lived close, however, I'm sure you won't have any problems getting rid of it.

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