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EBAY dressmaker s-2402 no bids ends in 4 hours 99% approval rating for seller

Old 03-21-2014, 02:10 PM
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Default EBAY dressmaker s-2402 no bids ends in 4 hours 99% approval rating for seller

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Old 03-21-2014, 04:02 PM
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It's a decent looking machine and the price even after shipping is reasonable, still more than I can do though.
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Old 03-21-2014, 04:08 PM
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Too much for a machine that has issues, IMO. Plus, I don't like sellers that throw around words like leather, canvas, upholstery, and duck for most domestic machines.

Hope it fares better in shipping than the one you bought.
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Old 03-21-2014, 05:47 PM
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Didn't you know EVERY machine made before about 1975 is a heavy duty leather sewing industrial machine? Never tried to sew a duck with one though.
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I don't want the machine, so much as the set of cams, they'd fit my "Princess Deluxe". Months ago I passed on one like that DressMaker, for $15 at GoodWill. Wish I'd had a crystal ball, to know I'd need those cams.
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I have two of those for parts - Joe has one also - POJ
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Old 03-22-2014, 04:14 AM
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Those cams come up on eBay quite frequently.

If I am out and see a decent machine, especially with cams, for a price like that, I usually go ahead and buy it. If nothing else, you should be able to double your money if you decide to sell it. They may not be the greatest, but they are certainly better machines than the plastic Singer and Brother machines I routinely see for sale on Craigslist.
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Originally Posted by Rodney View Post
Didn't you know EVERY machine made before about 1975 is a heavy duty leather sewing industrial machine? Never tried to sew a duck with one though.
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I have. Noisy and messy. I don't recommend it.
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Thanks for the mental image.
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Originally Posted by mlmack View Post
I have. Noisy and messy. I don't recommend it.
Me also, one that sent me back looking for black machines or their clones.
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