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Thread: The world's most expensive sewing machine - link to article

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    The world's most expensive sewing machine - link to article

    A link to the Most expensive sewing machine....http://www.ismacs.net/wheelerandwils...onnection.html

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    Wow - a little out of my budget.

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    I guess I am too practical .. How many yards of fabric could I buy with that $$!?!

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    I could build a studio on my house for that price!!

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    Could never afford it, but if I had that kind of $$ I'd buy it in a heartbeat!
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    Wow!! It's neat though and to read the history of it. It's pretty cool.
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    Cool story.

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    Great story, but with that kind of $$$$ to blow on a machine, would mean I have more money than anyone should have. So I'd being doing something good for people who deserve it. After all we can't take it with us.
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    what a great story..and to know that even Royalty had a machine...wow...guess the Nanny used it more though..ehehhe

    very nice to look at though!

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    Wow just took a look and read the article! I didn't think much about the eccentric guy who never showed off his collection. Someday it will be all gone and no one will have seen it in all its glory except maybe his family if he had one and himself. I too could build a studio and have all mine out to look at and all my fabric on one floor and no steps to climb.

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