Machines currently available: Updated June 22, 2014

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EK 629453
Made: 1955
Condition:
9



Price $1350
including next-day
FedEx shipping

Great condition Freearms are getting really tough to find. I’m guessing I’ve been offered around 12 in the past month and only this one came up to standard.
We have superb paintwork with an absolute minimum of light marks on the base, perfect chrome and just the hint of light decal thinning over less than half an inch of the decal in front of the needle.
They don’t come a lot better than this.
Correct Singer graduated stitch plate, as on all Freearm models.
The really alert amongst you will notice that at some stage this machine has been fitted with a modern reproduction motor – see how it doesn’t sit cleanly in its mounting area.
Don’t worry, I’ll replace this with a correct-for-year original which, like all my 222 motors, will be totally re-built and carry a two-year guarantee.
Good solid, strong, original box with zero odor.
Machine comes with a full range of attachments/feet, the a modern thermal bound  full-size handbook and a packet of Schmetz needles.

Fully cleaned inside and out, serviced and
sew tested before leaving the workshop. Electrically tested for your safety. Pictures are of the actual machine. Any bright marks are from the flash - all flaws are always described in full.
Price includes comprehensive insured air shipping to your door
This machine. as with all other Featherweights I sell, comes with three vital pieces of special documentation.
1) A certificate giving Singer's official statement of manufacturing date.
2) A guarantee that the machine contains no reproduction parts.
3) A dated certificate of electrical safety
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Singer's records show that this machine was produced on August 16, 1955
Code: F17

E-mail Graham Forsdyke to order or to make enquiries



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