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Thread: What do you get for $15?

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    Super Member mary quilting's Avatar
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    wow good score

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    WOW! Nice job!

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    WOW love the $10 Singer, what a fantastic size harp, I am in love.

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    You won the lottery!

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    Great deals and lovely machines. Enjoy!

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    i love those machines... i sewed on one at my aunt's house this past summer... great machine! you are so fortunate to have found them and for such a great price!!!! congrats.
    Nancy in western NY

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    It does sound like a tough crowd. Glad I didn't start the post.

    THE MACHINES ARE BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!

    Angie

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    I think you got a really good deal. I have one just like those that I bought in 1961 and that was top of the Singer line at that time. Seems like the price was about 300.00 which wasa lot at that time. Mine is not for sale and I hope my daughters will treasure it one day as that was the machine that made their clothes as the were growing up, including prom dresses.

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    Lucky day for you at the Rummage sales. Don't ya just love 'em----I can get 2 cabinets in my back seat -2 in my trunk and one treadle on the front seat and 3 carry cased machines on the floor boards and as my son said at least a ton of fabric besides and my queen bed on the roof and all I drive is a 1999 Olds 88 LS. My family call my car Dawn's Hillbilly Truck

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    Great score! You have better rummage sales in WI than we do in MO. LOL

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