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Thread: Trade for a GOOD sewing machine.

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    Me either!

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    Are the out of there minds

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    Yikes! What do some people think??

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    Hysterical! I guess the 'trader' thinks that because they're old, maybe antique, they're worth something.

    Nothing ventured, nothing gained, though.

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    Wow, I have seen some pretty bad things on Craigslist, but I think they have to be amongst the worst! Unreal :shock:

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    WOW...I am still laughing...Naomi :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    oh my..I have more than a FEW words...but none of them are very nice..hehehe...wow...

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    wow !! well some people think their "stuff" is worth $$..I guess if one was a furniture refinisher that would be it ..But seeing how I am not, all I can say is good luck on that one !LOL

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    I wonder if anyone will answer that posting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaciqltznok
    oh my..I have more than a FEW words...but none of them are very nice..hehehe...wow...
    What she said...

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    I wouldn't even trade a broken sewing machine for that.

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    Unless these are some rare antiques worth something to the right person I have no clue what these people are thinking :)...lol

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    think their old machine died trying to fit up these wonderful chairs?!!

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    Well if I had those, I would want a good machine also!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by icon17
    Are the out of there minds
    No apparently just smoking crack. LOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mitch's mom
    ditto!!

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    All I could say was "Ha! Ha!" -

    while it might be an antique, it is not in good working order, so how can you ask for a good working machine in exchange for what some would call junk? On the other hand, the saying goes "one man's junk is another man's treasure!" and obviously the "seller" is trying to find the treasure.

    June in Cincinnati

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    No, I won't trade them, but maybe I'll pay the $500 they're asking....NOT!!!

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    Too funny :lol:
    Quote Originally Posted by Pam Perry
    Well if I had those, I would want a good machine also!!!!!!

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    maybe it is a JOKE? I sure hope so

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    Oh my!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjeriann
    I wouldn't even trade a broken sewing machine for that.
    what she said...... :thumbdown:

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    YUCK.

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    I couldnt see myself trading a non useable machine let alone a good one...All I can say is Good Luck to them in finding what they want..

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