They're "giving it away".
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I just noticed the first picture seems to have been lifted from the internet.
The first Pic is the "Reference" of what is being offered on Etsy for the high $$$ -
So, the logic is since someone is selling a very different machine in different condition for a lot of $$$ - that means my totally different item is worth the same. . .
Wonder if I could sell the guy a Saturn for the price of a Jaguar. I mean, they are both cars right?
"This is an old 1884 Singer Sewing Machine. I looked up the serial number on the web and that was the year it gave me. Serial number 6330987. The machine is in a 6 drawer cabinet. Its really all in decent shape, but obviously needs a little restoration. The cabinet is missing the top cover but all the wood working is in great shape. The top is really the only part of wood that could use to be restored. The machine itself seems working, I can turn it by hand. It is missing the belt for the food pedal.
It has been sitting in my shop for quite a long time. I planned to restore an put in the house but it's become one of those projects that I will probably never do. I'm asking $350.00 for it I think I may be giving it away but judging from what I've seen out there unrestored this is reasonable. Call or text 765-808-0567 if you want to see it"
Last edited by miriam; 09-02-2013 at 05:17 PM.
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