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[ Machine has been sold. ]

Most people on this forum will tell you that the Singer 201-2 is known as one of the finest machines Singer ever made. The internal motor, the gear drive, and the knee controller all add up (for me) to a superb sewing experience. This one is from 1941, is complete,  and works perfectly. I love this machine, but I need the room.  The case top has the usual damage from potted plants, coffee cups, and who knows what, but I believe the veneer is all intact.

It's located near Boston.  Delivery in New England, and maybe as far as eastern Pennsylvania, might be negotiable.

paul    <pgf@foxharp.boston.ma.us> 

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