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Thread: Vintage Sewing Machine Shop.....Come on in and sit a spell

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    I got mine on ebay a long time ago... no link, sorry. But you do have to go by the part numbers for slant machines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pennijanine
    I got mine on ebay a long time ago... no link, sorry. But you do have to go by the part numbers for slant machines.
    I had it, but just not to that exact part. Looked it up to get the addy right. Now it is posted on the last page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deplaylady
    Quote Originally Posted by purplefiend
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    Poor little White 221K - 4 hours to go, $62.30. Peeling paint
    http://cgi.ebay.com/170677809736
    That looks like aluminum rot, which is bad news. Now for someone who wants to repaint, it's not a bad deal.
    I couldn't see a bobbin case - so that would be an extra expense if it's missing.
    The picture showing where the bobbin case should be is so dark that its hard to see much of anything.
    If you need a bobbin case, they have one listed now on eBay too, 2 days to go, currently at $18.50:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/38035885064
    Nope it has a bobbin case -
    answer from seller to question 'does it have the bobbin case?":
    yes it does.
    thanks,joe

    Unfortunately, what's the purpose of repainting a white one - well unless it goes really cheap! (And then making a cool color!) I was looking for one in better condition. (38 mins to go - $76)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kas
    Quote Originally Posted by Candace
    Quote Originally Posted by pennijanine
    The 301 does have a zigzag attachment. I got seven discs with mine, all different or I would share. Keep looking and you will find some. I can give you the part numbers if you want. PM me.
    Can you post a link to this attachment? I've never seen this before?
    April1930's has one on her site. Do you have that link?
    http://www.april1930s.com/html/singer_fashion_aids.html
    Wow! I didn't know it had that many different discs available!

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    Thank you for shareing your funny face green pepper.We have almost an acre in veg and flower garden,covered bridge and 2 fish ponds.I really enjoy things like this.

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    I don't know if they all go with the same zig-zagger. I don't have one , yet.

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    Can anyone tell me if this machine is worth buying for $90 It's an Imperial the seller says early 1900s, I know nothing about this brand. I posted a photo on the Main page. I don't know how to post on this page it's not showing a browse for photo
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-144711-1.htm#3935226

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    Here are some pics of my 301 zigzag attachment and the discs that I have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Candace
    Here is my new (old) Singer 319W born around 1954ish in the original table. The table is a bit rough, but is functional. I spent 2 hours cleaning it. It was DIRTY. The machine sounds very loud, but I just downloaded the manual and will oil it tomorrow. I'm also ordering up the special needles it takes as the needle in the machine is so old I can't read the numbers on it. The machine came with like 28 discs and is in good condition. I few chips of paint, but I'm so excited with my find!!! I love it. I just hope I can get it to quiet down a bit.
    Congrats, Candace! Oil everywhere metal is turning against metal. That is more than the manual says, lol. It only takes one dry spot to cause trouble/noise.
    Tommie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinabug
    Can anyone tell me if this machine is worth buying for $90 It's an Imperial the seller says early 1900s, I know nothing about this brand. I posted a photo on the Main page. I don't know how to post on this page it's not showing a browse for photo
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-144711-1.htm#3935226
    Ooooooooo - that is PRETTY! Maybe too pretty to be a really old girl. Sometimes the new "fakes" are all gussied up and make your heart go pitty-pat, but ........... then again ................

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