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  1. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/3513776978910329/?mibextid=dXMIcH Facebook is easier to put pictures and video on. The stitcher has been used for a total of about 20 hours. I have lots of accessories, and currently not offering shipping. It's too heavy and the cost would be very high. I live in Pittsburgh, PA and can offer limited delivery.
  2. I am looking to sell this Landis Aristocrat Model L outsole stitcher. It's in northern NJ for anyone who'd like to pick up -- but weighs nearly 800 lbs. (Unable to ship unless you arrange all of it including a pickup.) I'm looking to get around $600 for it. It works perfectly! My dad was a shoemaker but has since retired and doesn't need all his machinery. Hope someone here might be interested.
  3. I've decided to sell my trusty Tippmann Boss... It works exactly as it should, no issues, I'm just wanting to upgrade to a Cobra machine. It will come with some needles, thread, several bobbins, and the roller edge guide. Asking $975... willing to ship anywhere in the contiguous U.S. Please text/call me at 256-310-9144 or email me at eric@dcgunleather.com. Thanks and have a blessed day! (Stand not included unless you pick up locally.)
  4. This sale is for Jim Marsell. He is non electronic and wants to sell this machine. He is planing on moving and doesn't want to move this machine as it is not used for the type work he does. there are several stitching feet, needles and 3 bobbins. No bobbin winder with the machine. It has been setting in the corner of his shop for a period but was fully tuned before doing so. It worked perfect when last used. More pictures to follow
  5. Luberto Classic Heavy Duty Sewing Machine. My father was a saddle maker and this was his machine. It's heavy cast iron on a wood table top. All one piece. Pedal or manual sewing for controlled stitching. Works perfectly. Very heavy and will need to be picked up from Pioneertown, Ca. (near Yucca Valley/Joshua Tree) I'm sorry I really don't know much about the mechanics of it but I know it works fine and never had any issues. Purchased new in 2008. Asking $5000 obo.
  6. Like NEW less than 2 hours of use, REALLY! (this is why my wife hates it when I get bonus checks, I make spur of the moment purchases)! $1950.00 (COVID FREE!!) I will deliver within 50 miles of 92691 Zip Code, otherwise, we can negotiate it! I bought this when we were planning on moving, as the first piece of my new workshop, but our situation has changed and we are not moving, I can only use this when I clear room out of our den to make space for it, then need to pack it back away! It's a shame because it is awesome and works perfectly, can sew anything I can run through it, and more! For the time being, I will just hand stitch my small sites, and leave the large items to others. Cowboy industrial sewing machines (by Toledo Industrial) are built as tough as tanks and are capable of sewing thick leather, cloth, webbing, bioplastic, and other materials, with heavy thread. Capacity: The Cowboy CB3200 Leather Stitcher or Leather Sewing Machine, pictured here, is capable of sewing up to 1/2" of saddle leather, with up to #346 bonded nylon or polyester thread. Mechanism: It has a cylinder arm of 10.5 inches in length; ideal for sewing belts, collars, tack, holsters, book covers, all sorts of cases, chaps, chinks, guitar straps, and saddlebags. The feed is performed by a compound, triple feed walking foot, which ensures that all layers will move together. The presser feet, known as Harness Feet, are made of stainless steel. My unit also has the optional flat table to give the cylinder arm a flatbed application for sewing of larger or longer items. The CB3200 uses the same bobbins, feet, and needles as other Cowboy machines. The primary difference from those models is the removable U shaped table to convert the Cylinder Arm to a Flat Table Machine. The sewing stand/table size is 22" wide x 48" long and the top is 33" off floor. The sewing surface height is 37" from the floor. Included: My CB3200 purchase comes complete with a motor and table and narrow double toe harness presser feet. Also included are four bobbins and one pack of needles. Model: CB3200 Arm Length: 10.5" Arm Diameter: 3 9/16" Maximum Foot Lift: 5/8"" Max Sewn Thickness: 1/2" Thread Sizes: #69 - #346 Bobbins: 7/8" x 1" large capacity Max Speed: 800 rpm Max Stitch Length: 2 per inch Reverses into same holes High torque servo motor, with front panel speed control knob Ball bearing 3:1 speed reducer U shaped cut-out table, on casters Adjustable Pedestal stand upgrade $100.00 Removable flatbed conversion table attachment: $95 Magnetic mount, LED flex lamp My Actual Machine
  7. $1400/OBO. Like Brand NEW!! Less than 5 hours. Located in NW Ohio. Willing to ship price determined at time of sale COBRA Class 18 Needle Feed Walking Foot Machine is sturdy enough to handle leather and fabric up to 20 oz. (depending on material) FEATURES: Sews up to 20 oz. (depending on material) Compound Needle Feed (Triple Feed) Walking Foot Big Bobbin (M style) Uses thread sizes from 69 to 207 Safety Clutch for hook protection Digital D.C. Servo Motor Heavy Duty Speed Reducer Flat Bed stand with locking casters LED light Thread stand and bobbin winder
  8. Puritan needle/awl leather stitcher for sale. I purchased the machine from an auction where a sporting goods manufacturer had gone out of business. The machine had supposedly been in operation prior to their closing. I have not ever had it running as I have just had too many other projects and now having gone through a divorce and downsizing my house I need to purge a lot of these “someday I’ll get to it” projects. As best I can tell it has all its parts and the mechanism all turns freely. I’m not desperate to sell it by any means, so I’m not going to give it away. I’ll find a place to store it myself before I’d do that. What you see is what I have. $1,000 cash only. Serious offers will be considered. Located in Ona, WV in-person pickup is greatly preferred, but I can assist in preparing to ship if necessary and you pay the costs for crating materials. PM or email me at wvmotorider@gmail.com
  9. I have for sale a working Junker & Ruh SD28 375 eur including postage and 5 extra needles. Why? Because I am not using it anymore. If you are interested please contact me.
  10. Machine was purchased from Campbell-Bosworth in Yoakum, Tx, completely refurbished in 2002. Never a lease machine. Comes with bobbin winder, stitch guide arm, additional box stitching arch cover, manuals and parts catalogs. Spare bobbins, needles, awls and tools included. Has clutch motor and various speed reducers. Lays down perfect stitches top and bottom with no foot tracks. Uses linen as well as or better than bonded nylon or polyester. There is no machine that can match the old Campbell for heavy leather stitching. Machine was well maintained and is in excellent condition. One of the last machine items to be offered after closing out gunleather business in 2016. This is the machine you see Conway use to stitch a penny to a ¾” layer of leather in Campbell’s old video demo. Crating and shipping at cost. Machine cost $5800 in 2002. Will sell for $4500. If you’re outside USA I just can’t handle the shipping logistics, sorry.
  11. Hello fellow Leatherworkers, I recently acquired a Landis 16 Stitcher that needed sum parts & got those & now needing some help getting the machine to work & dialed in! Would love to speak or communicate with someone who currently has a Landis 16 that has it dialed in correctly & has good insights on how to maximize this BEAST! Thanks, WD
  12. We're changing things around in the shop and going to sell the Cobra 4. Only 5 years old, not used very much, well maintained. Comes with the removable table, set of feet, belt guide, lamp, extra bobbins. $2200. Shipping will probably run $250.
  13. As is. I don't know if this runs or not. I was told it came from the shop of Art Vancore, a well known saddlemaker in California. we really need the shop space so this project needs a new home. Asking $550.00 and will crate it for that price. You arrange shipping or pickup between Hollister and Gilroy, CA. It is very heavy! Please email me to request photos, they exceed the attachment limit here.
  14. Errell

    Landis #1

    Fully functional. Stitches flawlessly. Treadle replaced with clutched motor that runs fantastic. Bobbin and shuttle included. No missing parts. Has had a repair on top a long time ago. More photos available. I have owned it and been using it since around 2007 or 2008.Time to upgrade as business has improved. Seems that they go for around $1000 in less condition than this one. So, I'd like $1450 considering the condition and the motor but certainly will negotiate. Located in NW Wyoming. Reach me at wyoming.eb@gmail.com
  15. Due to my health, I am giving up the trade. Selling my nearly new Cobra Class 4 standard package. It has 12 hours of use on it. I was just starting to learn the machine. Didn't even use up the spool of thread it came with. Still has 7 of the 10 needles and everything else is totally new and unused. This is an awesome machine that can handle up to 1 3/4" thickness in leather as well as sew canvas, biothane etc. Everything is perfect on it except one tiny nick on the feed dog where I broke a needle when tension was too tight. It does not affect sewing at all, didn't even buff it out. If you are looking for a heavy duty workhorse, that will make you money back in production, this is it! Asking $2000 flat for pickup in the Ohio area. Willing to drive a ways to meet. Shipping is possible but you arrange it and pay and I will take it to the shippers. It will need to be crated and sent freight through one of the freight shippers. It is heavy! I cannot send it in a cardboard box. I accept paypal or cashiers check. Near new condition $2000 Shipping NOT included. Minimal transport included upon agreement. Standard Package-https://www.leathermachineco.com/product/cobra-class-4-s-standard-package/
  16. This is a Complete Shoe Repair Shop Machinery for Sale. Shop is closed. Everything must be Sold ASAP Price is very good for all this equipment. Sutton/Landis S2000 Finisher with Trimming Section Sanding Section for Adjustable Sole and Heel Trimming, Numb Keg Disk Sander, 5 Sanding Belts Section, Buffer Burnisher Section, Blower Motor section with Dust Collect section Retails for $9000 used alone. Landis 3 in 1 Long Arm Cutter. includes cutting Skiving, Press about $650 used Champion 5 in 1 Long Arm Cutter, Includes cutting Skiving, Press about $900 used Landis McKay 88 model Insole Chain Stitch machine for sewing Soles Through the shoes or Boots. Retails about $1000 used 2 Auto Soler wired Nail Driving Nail Machines, Cinderella Comet Brand. Retails about $250 each, used. Landis Model G Outsole Stitching Machine also known as Curved Needle Stitcher used for Sole Sole to Welts around the Outside of Shoes and Boots with Welts. Retails Used about $1500 Landis Welt Press To Decorate the Welt with Design, Retails used about $200 Landis Champion Table Top Heel Wheel used to Drive Nails through the Heels from inside while Pressing the Heels down from the outside can also be used as a Heel Press when doing Glue Jobs. Retails used about $950 2 Meta Landis Jack Stands with Assorted Metal Men Women Child Lasts. Used for Setting Hammering Nailing Heel and Sole Jobs while Standing and working on Shoes and Boots.Retails Used about $200 each. 2 Large Work Benches and some Misc. Stuff. $100 each 1 Big Open Close Sign. paid $200 new You will spend $10K or more on used equipment if you are planing on opening a Leather Repair Shop. Purchase Complete and Take it all while its here for $5700 Shop is closed Serious Buyers only please and you must move or arrange for Shipping.
  17. I have a lightly used cobra class 4P. It has been sitting for the last 3 years untouched so I figured someone else might have a use for it. I am asking 2300 and picking up or shipping is on you, located in simla colorado 50 miles east of Colorado springs colorado.
  18. Cobra Class 4-Premium Sewing machine in fantastic condition Everything works great and the machine has been meticulously maintained. I have too many machines and have no more room for this machine so I would like to sell. Machine is located at my shop here in San Pedro, Ca. $2300 is the price. Thank you and I can help load. No delivery or shipping unless you have the shipper come and take it. Thanks!
  19. I have an Artisan Toro 3200 for sale. I purchased the machine new in 2010 and estimate it has been used 150-200 hours. It comes with pedestal stand and table top, left, right, and double presser feet, and roller guide. I'll also include extra needles and bobbins, as well as several spools of thread and machine oil. The machine has been well cared for and is in excellent condition. Asking price is $1600. I won't be able to ship so pick up will be the only option. I'm located in Colorado but am willing to meet within a short distance for delivery.
  20. I have a really nice Artisan 5110 post bed sewing machine. Roller foot machine. Made for heavy or light weight material including leather. It has a servo motor which makes it very easy to control your stitch. Adjustable stitch length and it also has a reverse for backstitching (back tacking). Nice size table with locking caster. Comes with a light, two spools of thread and few accessories. Uses a knee lift and has a foot pedal for the servo motor. $750 + shipping Thanks for looking. Randy
  21. Used Tippmann Boss. Works great, I just don't need it anymore. $950 and I pay for shipping (Lower 48). Comes with the following - 1 spool 207 white thread 1 spool 277 white thread 1 spool 346 white thread 1 spool 415 white thread 1 spool 136 dark brown thread 1 spool 207 dark brown thread 1 spool 277 dark brown thread 1 spool 207 black thread 1 spool 415 black thread NEEDLES 160 (11 needles) 180 (7 needles) 200 (9 needles) 230 (11 needles) 250 (7 needles) Instruction manual Tippman plastic organizer thread trimmer roller guide bar that swings out of the way when not in use tool set that comes with it (allen wrenches and small screw driver) larger presser foot (smaller one is already on the machine) 2 bobbins and bobbin adapter bit that you put in a drill to wind the bobbin with thread
  22. Ferdco Pro 440 "Baby Bull" industrial / leather machine in excellent condition. Perfect for sewing or repairing leather tack, strap goods, holsters, chaps etc. Comes complete with table, motor with speed reducer, bobbin winder, thread stand, extra bobbins and needles as well as a "chap table" that converts the cylinder arm to a flat bed for sewing large or softer materials. $700 or trade for ??? Located in Ellensburg WA
  23. After much debate I have decided to try and sell my Ludwig 205-370 heavy duty cylinder arm leather stitcher. Due to time constraints from my job I am just not doing enough leather work anymore to justify keeping it and I could really use the room in my shop, so I will sadly let it go. This machine is an exact copy of the Adler 205-370 and operates just as smoothly as the actual Adler I tried at Weaver Leather. It is in fantastic condition and has no issues. If you're not familiar with this model, they will do everything one of the 441 / "Class 4" machines will do and run smoother while doing it. The machine includes a swing-away edge guide, an adjustable height table/stand, auto-bobbin winder, speed reducer, and a quality servo motor. I have a few different presser feet and feed dogs for it, several packages of needles, a few spools of bonded nylon thread, and several bobbins. I also have the Weaver timing device and digital copies of the Adler manuals. I am asking $1,500.00 for the machine and all the accessories I have for it. It would be a tremendous effort to break this thing down and crate it to ship because it's HEAVY and BIG, so I would really prefer local pickup. However, if someone is willing to pay for the effort required to ship it I am willing to do the work as a last resort. I am located near Huntington, WV. Feel free to ask any questions you have about it or if you'd like to see any other pictures. I am not in a bind or "needing" to sell it in any way, so I'm not going to accept any low-ball offers. If I can't get within reason of what it is worth for it, I'll just cover it up and keep it. If interested you can message me here, email me at evandailey@suddenlink dot net, or call or text at 304-six33-489two.
  24. Union Lockstich machine for sale. Several years ago I had this completely gone through and upgraded by C.H. Holderby's in Seattle. They installed a Mitsubishi variable speed motor and needle positioner. This one will sew S...L...O...W...! The unique feature of this machine is the "One-Stitch Button" they installed to permit very controlled, perfect stitch placement. Pulls a nice tight stitch. Has table / bobbin winder with wax pot / edge guide / extra needles / bobbin. You can watch a video of it sewing here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/up0xy7dacbwziu7/20160517_172635.mp4?dl=0 $2200 OBO consider trade for power splitter. Pat Shopbell 509-856-6780 Ellensburg, WA
  25. Champion Machinery Co. of St. Louis, Mo. Heavy Duty Stitcher, pedal operated. Located in South Lake Tahoe CA - pickup only, no shipping. $500.00 or best offer. Must go, so if you have any use for this machine contact Randall Tobey 530.318.1193 days 8:00am - 4:00 PST
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