I've been having a wonderful browsing though all the pics of beautiful machines here this morning.
Here's my humble collection.
Domestic 153 I picked up at Goodwill last week. She's a bit gummy, but runs. I'll be studying Billy's tute on cleaning....I've already taken her out of the cabinet which needs a total refinishing job.
I'm thrilled with all the attachments and the original book too!
And the already partially disassembled cabinet. The finish was so damaged, but the cabinet itself is pretty solid. I've started stripping it and will post that project later.
Next is my Singer 66-16. She came to me from a friend of my daughter's. The wiring was down right scary, and the belt was bad. I replace those and she's good to go.
Here's the 66-16 Cabinet
The book and attachments.
And a few more shots of her. I know she's not as fancy as a lot of the machines here, but I love her!
And last (for now), My Singer 185K made in Kilbowie Clydebank Scotland in 1960. I took her in to my LQS for a quick servicing and adjustment after I got her last month, and she's purring like a kitten.