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Thread: Singer 211 G 165

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    Singer 211 G 165

    I picked up a 211 G 165 it doesnít have reverse but I can deal with that. Iím not sure it counts as a vintage machine. It has a cool tag in the drawer that was copyrighted in 1971 in Germany. I will get a picture up . Any time after I was born doesnít seem vintage.

    This thing is intimidating. Not sure where to oil or how to thread the machine. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Size:  1.64 MBBack side

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    The first project I wanna sew is a vinyl cover for the machine.

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    Well this is exactly why I asked to join this Forum as always y’all can send me information I can’t find. I’m going to do more research.

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Size:  1.90 MBWow what a dirty catch. Demonstrates this machine did work North Carolina had a lot of textile factories

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