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Thread: Singer Card Table with Extention on GW site

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    Singer Card Table with Extention on GW site

    This is for sale on the Goodwill website, but is for a local pick-up only in Indiana. I can't tell if it's for a 221 or a 301 tho. Wish I knew someone in Indiana, I could use this table for either machine :0/

    http://www.shopgoodwill.com/auctions...-22904120.html

    Someone would have to move quick since the auction ends tonight.

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    I'd say this is NOT for a FW or 301. It's more likely this will fit either a 99/128 or a full size one like 66 or 201. though I think from what I've read - the one of the full size fits the base that comes in the machines that fit in the blond case (like the 301's, but bigger) and NOT the base of a full size bentwood case.

    Being that it's a 128 shown in the directions, I'd assume that is what it fit - I'd really, really like to get that setup for my Singer collection . . .
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    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments.

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    ISMACS has it listed that the FW table is model 308 and 312, the one for the 301 longbed is 314 and it does not say what the model # is for the 301 shortbed (that also fits the 401 and 500 groups).

    Each table has a different cutout to fit the specific machine.
    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments.

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    I can always count on learning something from you Cathy :0) I didn't know these type of tables were made for machines other than the 221 and 301.
    So then I can't use the tables. Anyone willing to pick them up and send them to Cathy? Or a road trip would be fun, altho expensive.

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    hehehe! I just spent a big junk of my "vintage sewing allowance" for a while to come! Oh well, it was something that I've wanted and always said if I found it at that price - I'd get it.

    Not much left on my Singer Collection list (though the card table with extension still is).
    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macybaby View Post
    ....it does not say what the model # is for the 301 shortbed (that also fits the 401 and 500 groups).
    The card table for the shortbed 301, 404, 401A, etc, would be the table “Model 316 MONTEREY Utility Table”. It’s usually tan in color, instead of the black.

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    Mine is tan, for the 301 shortbed, and the only thing it has on it that I see is the number T111176.
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    The instructions on the underside of the table list it as a model 311 which is for class 99 machines according to the files in the VintageSingerLibrary Yahoo group.

    Cari

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    The 99 and 128 should have the same size base, however the 99 is a bit deeper. My one table has wood inserts over the bars so the 128 will fit, as it needs to be raised up about 1/2" higher than the 99 to be level with the table.
    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments.

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