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    Here's mine.

    It's an Elna Super 62C. Runs like a Swiss watch, since it's in fact, Swiss made.

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    It's better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it.

    Formerly known as Acercanto, my trail name is MacGuyver to some, and Pucker Factor to others.

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    Some beaut machines here.



    Here is my 1948 British made Singer 201K


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    Quote Originally Posted by HitchHiking View Post
    Here is my 1948 British made Singer 201K
    Are those prescription safety goggles next to that classic Singer?

    Quote Originally Posted by JerryW
    I see you put a paint mark on all the places that need to be oiled. That's a great idea!
    Either the manufacturer, or Mr Glenn, who refurbished the machine, put those marks there. It helps remind me to oil it often!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacEntyre View Post
    Are those prescription safety goggles next to that classic Singer?

    No they are just run of the mill stock standard ones. I use them all the time. I was stitching some 10 oz canvas for a pack and felt safer with them on i must say
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    Hitch, I do the same thing, safety glasses!!!
    <<---I didn't want to look like this guy.
    Even just regular hammock making and thread injecting, I feel safer knowing my eyes are protected.
    Ambulo tua ambulo.

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    My eyes are protected by (and the eye of the needle seen only with) my progressive glasses, made of PPG Trivex, the hardest, lightest lens material known to man!

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    I must say Mac, the motor on your gear maker is most impressive. I'm definitely having machine envy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by acercanto View Post
    I'm definitely having machine envy!
    You'd be less envious if you had to pay for it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by acercanto View Post
    Here's mine.

    It's an Elna Super 62C. Runs like a Swiss watch, since it's in fact, Swiss made.

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    That's the same machine that I am using. A gift for my wife from her mother when she graduated from college in 1970.
    However, I don't touch the new Bernia machine.

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