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Thread: Misplaced machine???

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    Misplaced machine???

    Iím looking at a singer AB974444 appears to be a 1928 machine model 31. But appears to be on a 1970 bench. Name:  1A0AF69E-5035-4779-BA7C-340AC0CBD601.png
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    I will agree that the table looks much newer than the machine. That motor looks pretty modern, too. Should work fine.
    My greatest fear is all of my family standing around my coffin and talking about "how sensible" he was.

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    Nice looking machine!! This beauty should do you a lot of service. You may be correct about the cabinet being much newer than the machine. Even the light fixture looks newer.

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    My 31-20 as found. Haven't tinkered with it yet.


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    My greatest fear is all of my family standing around my coffin and talking about "how sensible" he was.

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    Leonf I just don’t really want another machine. I’m just figuring out my 211G. But this machine is awful tempting.

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    Is $100 a good deal? That’s the asking price. The clutch motor is worth the price.

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    oh yea, if the head spins at all you have good deal.

    just be aware of the tremendous speed.. woooohoo
    My greatest fear is all of my family standing around my coffin and talking about "how sensible" he was.

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    I had that speed issue with the 211g at first but now that I have got her oiled up well I can control the speed really well. It’s amazing what a difference a few drops of oil will do

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