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    Super Member vintagemotif's Avatar
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    Two more machines that I use for quilting. Top photo is Singer 15-90 with darning foot on. I use that machine for free motion quilting; so, the darning foot is always on and the feed dogs dropped. Second photo is Singer 201K-3 that came with motor that I removed. I use this machine for sewing clothes and straight stitch quilting.
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    Hi Everyone these are my machines #1,, A singer 1931- 101 AD 348540 bought at yard sale for 50.00 , cleaned and rewired the motor is encased. sews perfect the # 2 is a 1947 singer model 15 k EE185506, give to me by sister she said it was her DMIL 's. cleaned and rewired. sews perfect this is the first vintage machine I have had it for about 5 years. I have a designer #1 And a euro-pro shark 9110 intelli-sew.

    sorry for fuzzy's has a top loading bobbin
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    this one can be converted to a treadle
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    My first is a Genie 354 (serial number 72042228) I know she was made in France in the early to mid-'70's but can't find any official data as to manufacture (Singer site doesn't recognize anything this new without a letter in front of the number and Genie doesn't have a letter, anywhere). She was a gift from sister for my 16th birthday after she'd taught me to sew that previous summer. She's been through a dozen moves since I first left home for college and has only been overhauled once. Just keeps on keeping on.

    My more recent acquisition is (I think) a 66 from Elizabeth NJ Aug 1915, G4138333. Had her cleaned and checked out by Bob my local (sort of) repair man and she works ;-). I need to find the retaining spring for the bobbin plate. Right now it just slides right off so I'm afraid to do any sewing with her. Found her at an estate sale for so cheap I couldn't walk away without her.

    Genie
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    First peek
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    Ready to sew
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    Recent acquisition
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    a couple more of my 'cuties'

    Cinderella machine, anyone know anything about this one?
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    a brand new old euro pro, found at salvage sale
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    Keep 'em coming! :-D

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    I just drool over these pictures. Makes me want to drive right up to north Georgia and load up my treadles.

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    Singer 185j. Note it still has the original green cords, belt and bobbin winder tire. Serial # EP 206915. commission date May 7, 1959.
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    I just bought this 1954, 99K, today. I found it on Craigslist. According to Billy, these 3/4 sized cabinets are hard to come by.

    Serial number--EJ702867

    99K in it's cabinet--golden retriever--Nash
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    1954 -- 99K
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    Here are some pictures of my sweet green Kenmore model 158.650. Made in Japan between 1967 and 1969 I believe. This machine is as clean as a whistle..purrs like a kitten and sews wonderful. I was lucky to find a set of seven cams for it too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lostn51
    Okay I will start it out with a couple of mine......

    Billy
    I saw an old machine like this. If I decide to get it.....How much is it worth???????

    What should I pay for it?/
    Thank you for your time.

    It was the round one...1880's?????????????

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