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

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    Billy, I just became the proud owner of a Singer Redeye 1914 machine. I think it is a 66, but not sure? Anyway, I will post pictures later, I need a throat plate and the correct bobbins for this machine.

    I got this machine at an estate sale today. The people running the sale said yesterday the machine was complete, today it is missing the throat plate and bobbins. Hummmmmmm?

    Nancy

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    Can anyone tell me about my machine "I think" its a 66 Red Eye but I can't find info on the serial number which is G783688. Thanks, Annie

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    It is a Singer 66 "born" in October 5, 1910. 30,000 were made.

    http://www.singerco.com/pdf/SINGER_G_nos.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles
    Billy, I just became the proud owner of a Singer Redeye 1914 machine. I think it is a 66, but not sure? Anyway, I will post pictures later, I need a throat plate and the correct bobbins for this machine.

    I got this machine at an estate sale today. The people running the sale said yesterday the machine was complete, today it is missing the throat plate and bobbins. Hummmmmmm?

    Nancy
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    Thank You redpurselady thats amazing!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles
    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles
    Billy, I just became the proud owner of a Singer Redeye 1914 machine. I think it is a 66, but not sure? Anyway, I will post pictures later, I need a throat plate and the correct bobbins for this machine.

    I got this machine at an estate sale today. The people running the sale said yesterday the machine was complete, today it is missing the throat plate and bobbins. Hummmmmmm?

    Nancy
    Oh she is so pretty!! And all the Red Eyes are 66's. I will PM you about the parts. Which reminds me that you have some in the mail to you right now!!

    Billy

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    I think BoJangles aka Nancy actually doesn't live in "Rescue", she just put that since she seems to be the number one rescuer of machines around lately!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lostn51

    I got this machine at an estate sale today. The people running the sale said yesterday the machine was complete, today it is missing the throat plate and bobbins. Hummmmmmm?

    Oh she is so pretty!! And all the Red Eyes are 66's. I will PM you about the parts. Which reminds me that you have some in the mail to you right now!!

    Billy

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles
    Quote Originally Posted by Lostn51

    I got this machine at an estate sale today. The people running the sale said yesterday the machine was complete, today it is missing the throat plate and bobbins. Hummmmmmm?

    Oh she is so pretty!! And all the Red Eyes are 66's. I will PM you about the parts. Which reminds me that you have some in the mail to you right now!!

    Billy
    Sorry, didn't mean to post this twice, but you guys should know Billy is just the best when it comes to parts for your vintage machines!

    Nancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Lou Who
    I think BoJangles aka Nancy actually doesn't live in "Rescue", she just put that since she seems to be the number one rescuer of machines around lately!
    LOL!!!!!!! Cindy Lou Who I do live in a very small town called Rescue! Yes, I have been sooooooo lucky lately to find these wonderful machines, but I have to stop buying treadles! I now have 6 treadles, although I have given my 1901 Pheasant Decal treadle (the poor one I posted on page 352) to a friend. I will let her take it when I receive some parts I ordered from Billy for her! I am also waiting for a drawer I won on E-bay to replace a messed up drawer.

    I have 5 treadles in the house and I promised my DH that I would sell/trade them as I find other's I like better. How can I do that? I love all my treadles! Geeze am I in trouble!

    Up until now I have only bought Singer's, but now I have that 1931 White Rotary Electric Black Crinkle machine that is so ugly and different that it is pretty too! OMG! I should post a picture of that machine!

    Nancy

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