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Thread: Vintage Giggles aka What are they smoking????

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    things "R" gett;n better and the price reflects..

    I swear the last 10 times this add has ran there price was $500


    I feel so sorry for that poor little pfaff hooked up to that big a$$ motor, spinning it 10 x's faster that it's desigened to do. but it should be ok since it's again semi industrail and only used a few times every 30 yrs or so.
    http://bend.craigslist.org/art/3183463533.html
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    http://cosprings.craigslist.org/clt/3181869951.html

    nice little toy machine and reasonable price

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    Quote Originally Posted by notsureif View Post
    things "R" gett;n better and the price reflects..

    I swear the last 10 times this add has ran there price was $500


    I feel so sorry for that poor little pfaff hooked up to that big a$$ motor, spinning it 10 x's faster that it's desigened to do. but it should be ok since it's again semi industrail and only used a few times every 30 yrs or so.
    http://bend.craigslist.org/art/3183463533.html
    Nah John...this one has always been $1200...altho I think the first time he posted it he was asking $2000....
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    2 k LOL ok thats right . well 1200 that about the price of a pound and it's almost harvest time LOLOL....

    drop it down to 200 and they might be smok'n, but hell you can get a full time industrail for that price, none of this semi crap..

    about aweek ago I goy a 31 - 15 and am useing the last two night putting a king size together... I don't know how or why I bothered sewing these kings quilts without a full on industrail machine, It's just easy on these things..

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    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miriam View Post
    It wouldn't be if I lived near Louisville!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn View Post
    It wouldn't be if I lived near Louisville!!!
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    http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/hsh/3189301185.html

    It's a decent Necchi Mira, but there's no telling whether the rods that connect the Wonder Wheel to the controls are still there, and the cabinet most definitely needs work. I'd say it's at least $150 too high. :-/

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    http://portland.craigslist.org/grg/atq/3187813608.html

    I've seen this add before ,, They did have a photo at the time. seems like it does look nice.

    IF I were a real collector , I'd go for it because of it's name, in there last add they claim it was made in Portland ?

    keep in mind portland was a ship building port way back when. meaning there was foundrys lining the streets..

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    The Willamette machines were badged machines....made by National-*I THINK*.... they weren't made in Portland.
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