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29 K 71, 145 W 103, 132 K 6

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I have decided to get rid of a few of my Singers, as I just bought an Artisan Toro 3200 and no longer need or have room for the Singers. The 29 k 71 is mostly rebuilt with new drive arm, needle bar, rotating bushing, bell crank and feed motion ring slide bar.Comes with about 50 needles and a few bobbins. Asking $ 650 obo.

My second offering is a 132 k 6 in good working order, with 50 needles and 6 bobbins. Will handle 1/2" @ 2 1/2 spi.

Third is a 145 w 103 two needle machine @ 3/8" gauge. This machine has 3/4" capacity and will sew with #346 thread. Has new rock arm and needle bar. Comes with 1 pack of needles and 6 bobbins.post-31837-0-92021300-1408391920_thumb.jpost-31837-0-57863900-1408391943_thumb.jpost-31837-0-51680900-1408391969_thumb.jpost-31837-0-33985000-1408391985_thumb.jpost-31837-0-69827500-1408392007_thumb.j

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The shoe patcher is sold. Gump

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Yes it is still here. Asking $1200 cdn. I mostly used it with only the inside needle in place, but it sews well with both needles in. It can also have the needle bar raised and use 794 system needles, which come in a larger selection of sizes and points. Gump

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