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From: lightning57
Date: 10-28-2005, 04:13 PM (1 of 1)

I purchased this machine November, 2000. The woman that I bought it from had acquired it at a school auction for the purpose of re selling it. It had been in the home economics class, but it had been used very little. There were almost no visible signs of use. I have been its' primary user.
Because this machine was purchased for school use, the high/low switch has been removed and set to sew in the lower setting. This has been no problem in the years that I've used it. This speed has been more than adequate.
I am offering this machine for sale only because I have upgraded. It has given me excellent service for the time that I have had it. This machine
has been used extensively for making quilt tops. Nothing has ever broken or needed replacing. It has been well maintained. It makes beautiful stitches and will give years of great service making quilts, garments, etc. for
whomever the new owner is.

This sale includes the following:

Sewing machine
Extension table
Knee lift lever
Attachment box
3 bobbins
Cleaning brush
Foot pedal
Power cord
Copy of the manual
Regular foot attachment (which can be used to make all stitches)

This machine will be well packaged for mailing. I was asking $500.00. I will accept $450.00, which includes the mailing cost for the US. Canada or elsewhere will be extra.

Please include a link to the web page where you found this ad when contacting me. Email me at <email address removed for privacy> .

Sandra from SC
Sandra from SC
User: lightning57
Member since: 09-08-2000
Total posts: 119
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