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Chaly

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As I'm going through my machine parts and trying to streamline I found some Singer 12 parts that I no longer need.  Free to good home - just pay for postage.  I can sent flat rate.
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Madmurdock75

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I'd love those!!! I'll message you.
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jrwhalley

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Would be interested, as we need some bits for a Gritzner High-arm TS that is reputed to be a Singer 12 copy. Send me a PM with cost of shipping and your address and we will send you a check/money order posthaste.
Whoops! I was composing/typing this when no other interested parties had responded...
Anybody out there got a Singer 12 or Gritzner TS shuttle in usable condition to spare/sell as ours is worn down into the tension holes, and any orphaned spares that could fit would be of interest. 
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Chaly

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Violet - I'll message you.

Jrwhalley - Sorry you came in second!  I'm cleaning through my myriad of old parts and attachments - maybe there will be something of interest to you in the future.
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jrwhalley

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Violet - I'll message you.

Jrwhalley - Sorry you came in second!  I'm cleaning through my myriad of old parts and attachments - maybe there will be something of interest to you in the future.


Sounds like encouragement for a couple of folks that feel like we are proprietors of an old sewing machine orphanage/rehab some days. But since you mention it...
We do have a Fridor that needs brushholder caps to put it back together again. I'd be happy just to find out who made the motors on them so I could look for a suitable donor. They licensed most of the design from Elna, I think, but the motor is different from either the #1 Grasshopper or a Supermatic and it's variants.
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