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Sondra

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Anyone here have experience with an old Adler 67, 167?  Someone who works with my son was talking about needing to haul out an old machine from his deceased mother's place. My (very smart - well trained [rofl] [wink] son said, "My mom loves to work on and use old machines." The guy brought him the manual which is labeled 76, 167 so I don't know which it might be.  I just told him to Get It!  I'm out of town for a while, so can't go myself.
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TwassG

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First of, congrats on such a well raised son. ;-)

Secondly, as I guess you mean Adler 67/167, as there is no 176. Both, the 67 and the 167 are no domestic sewing machines but rather industrial models suited for medium and heavy work in upholstery.

You can find more info at the official site of Adler-D├╝rkopp. Manuals, Part lists and (even though I'm not sure on that) a service manual by AD.

And congrats to either machine btw. :-)


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Sorry, the board doesn't let me edit, so here is the link.

http://sew24.blogspot.de/p/downloads.html


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