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VSM museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma USA

Old 07-29-2018, 08:52 AM
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I made a pilgrimage to the new VSM center and museum on Friday. I knew it was going to be great.

I was stunned. An entire house dedicated to our beloved machines. I'll be sharing more pics over the next few days.
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That is very cool. I've heard rumors of one in Michigan and Arizona. I'd like to start one myself. Hands on interactive though. Maybe more of a B&B?
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That would be a dangerous place to visit!
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Old 07-30-2018, 05:52 AM
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This is hands on and interactive. Just a few NOS machines are off limits. Luckily they are not for sale...

800 + machines, no room for a bed.
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Thank you for sharing photos. Looking forward to more!
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Originally Posted by leonf View Post
800 + machines, no room for a bed.
Cari's? or the museum?
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Museum... I am assuming Cari has a bed. It may have sewing machines on it or under it.
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More modern machines

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Those last few pictures remind me of something...
can't seem to place it.
What could it be?
Oh yeah, my garage!

yikes...
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