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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    Yes I have a very nice one just like it.
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    Okay, what model Singer cabinet is that? It really different............

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    I want to know the model number too- just in case I run across one
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    If I were in Rockford, that machine and cabinet would be in my house by now!

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    DH told me if he was in a 100 miles of that machine it would have a new home with us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles View Post
    If I were in Rockford, that machine and cabinet would be in my house by now!

    Nancy
    Me too! I have the empty base of a folding top cabinet, but the machine and top are long gone If i ever see one in person I hope to make a pattern from it and restore my base I keep looking... Laura

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    I have 2 vintage machines, one I am looking for a manual for, also a service manual if possible.
    Its a Wilson Rotary number on the plate is 107x1303 I can not for the life of me find anything about them. I was told it was a White badge for a store. :P But don't know if its true.

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    And hello everyone, I just signed up yesterday and have been reading through this thread.

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    i PURCHASED A 247 singer today for twenty bucks, with no attachments. as I have several other machines .will other attachments and feet fit this one,??Ihave a couple 99's 2 FW. a 201 , and a white rotary plus a 185 and a 175 white to name a few.Name:  004.JPG
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tammy Jeann View Post
    I have 2 vintage machines, one I am looking for a manual for, also a service manual if possible.
    Its a Wilson Rotary number on the plate is 107x1303 I can not for the life of me find anything about them. I was told it was a White badge for a store. :P But don't know if its true.

    And hello everyone, I just signed up yesterday and have been reading through this thread.
    Hello Tammy and welcome. I had a Domestic Rotary machine just like this. It would be easier to find the manual for one of them or a White Rotary. They should be interchangeable. And yes, it probably is a badged machine. White made a lot of machines and badged them. This is my Domestic Rotary as it looked when I brought it home, so please excuse the dust.
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    The footplate and the bobbin winder is the White design.
    I hope this helps.
    ~G~

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    Hello everyone. I have met a very nice guy in my area who wants to re-home a Singer 237, a Viking 21, a White with nice decals - electric, with a case - early treadle type, and in Iowa he has an Elna Supermatic, price is really cheap! PM me if you are interested and I will give you the information. I just bought my second Pfaff 360 from him!

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    Thanks Grant, it helped alot
    Found the manual for the Domestic and it just about matches mine.. only difference was the reverse and forward mechanism. So I downloaded it and will see what else I can find.. As far as dating it, I don't know how with the numbers I have.. But will continue digging around..


    BTW, the pic posted is the before pic and I have a few more so no worries about the dust.. The cabinet came with it, we found them both hiding in a back storage area of our local junk shop. It had been sitting back there about 3 years. We got it for $10.00. And all the veneer on it was peeling off and had a mess load of damage to it, so my b/f took to his shop and has got it nearly all sanded off. I wanted to keep as much of it on there as I could but he just went to town on it.. Will post some pics of it when it is done.


    Quote Originally Posted by grant15clone View Post
    Hello Tammy and welcome. I had a Domestic Rotary machine just like this. It would be easier to find the manual for one of them or a White Rotary. They should be interchangeable. And yes, it probably is a badged machine. White made a lot of machines and badged them. This is my Domestic Rotary as it looked when I brought it home, so please excuse the dust.


    The footplate and the bobbin winder is the White design.
    I hope this helps.
    ~G~

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