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Old 07-06-2013, 05:46 PM
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Anybody repair are collect antique sewing mechines? Cleaning out moving boxes and found some attachments.
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I worked in a knitting mill a while back.
The knitting machines were electronically controlled.
I was one of 2 electronic guys - We were the second best paid guys in the plant.
The sewing machine mechanics made more - Much more.

NOT a simple machine.
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I have a couple 100 year old Singers, beautifully made machinery! Is this a box of mysterious looking shiny things? I'll see if I can help identify them if you post a picture or two....
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A 10 you guessed it. I'll ship them to you if you want them.
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I'm sew confused.
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I have no conceivable use for an antique sewing machine. And I don't own any.

But I do think they are cool.

I remember my mother's Singer, with a curved wooden cover/carry box. It was very elegant, and very beautiful. She traded it in to Sears in the early 60s for a more modern, bulkier model that had no elegance at all....
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