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Thread: Vintage Sewing Machine Shop Machine Photos

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    I think 193077 and 196386 are very close in size. I have a grab bag of new and used spare belts so when I get a machine that needs one I see what I have that fits then go from there.

    As long as you got a belt that gives you room to adjust the tension, it's good to go.

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    Wow, wish I lived close enough to buy this one. Alas, it's a 2 day drive. The price is decent, too. Made about 1889!

    http://kansascity.craigslist.org/atq/4468699178.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christine- View Post
    Wow, wish I lived close enough to buy this one. Alas, it's a 2 day drive. The price is decent, too. Made about 1889!

    http://kansascity.craigslist.org/atq/4468699178.html
    and i thought that $400 for that machine is way too much.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christine- View Post
    Wow, wish I lived close enough to buy this one. Alas, it's a 2 day drive. The price is decent, too. Made about 1889!

    http://kansascity.craigslist.org/atq/4468699178.html
    Oh no. It is not a bargain, but it is not unreasonable at all. Great machine. ZERO adjustments other than stitch length. There IS NO tension adjustments on those at all. And they are virtually silent.

    The company that produced them for W&G used to make clocks, so their sense of "tolerances" was much finer than any other maker of the the day. They set the quality standard.

    (P.S. This model was made from the 1870's until the late 1950's early 60's. Longest production run ever)

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    Said no to adding more Singers, Whites etc...but I couldnt help it. Its case looked so forlorn but inside the 99k looked nice. Name:  2014-06-14 18.33.48.jpg
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Size:  155.2 KB Could use a lens on the light but it ran great. The base will need a complete redo, but thats okay. I have glue! ;-)
    Joe i tried to delete the sideways pic but it wouldnt leave
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    Jim,
    No problem, I can tilt my head over. That's a nice little machine. Once it's all cleaned and oiled I'll be it sews up a storm.

    Joe

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    just picked up this cool Tradecard for Domestic Sewing machines.

    The cool part for me is that it is from my home town of Jamestown NY

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    Amazing embroidery done on old machines. I've been playing with trying to do it, much more practice needed...
    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveH View Post
    just picked up this cool Tradecard for Domestic Sewing machines.The cool part for me is that it is from my home town of Jamestown NY
    The cool part is that it is signed by an Olympic athlete!
    ~G~

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    Quote Originally Posted by grant15clone View Post
    The cool part is that it is signed by an Olympic athlete!
    ~G~
    Wouldn't it be awesome if it was THAT Jesse Owens sig ?

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