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mtboze

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I came across a CraigsList ad for a cabinet only, with dimensions for a machine that seem to match all my Singer cabinets. The lid support arm arrangement also looks like what I have on a couple of mine. But, the design, though looking familiar, is not one I can find as being a Singer model on ISMACS. Could this be a Singer Cabinet? Screen Shot 2020-07-20 at 2.24.46 PM.png 
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Yes. It's a Singer cabinet. I had one once. Looks identical. Mine had a 66 inside. Sometimes there are little trays on the inside of the doors, sometimes there's a shelf across the back on the inside. I wish I could remember the cabinet number...
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Thanks, Jim. Just like you said, with the swing out drawers. It's not that I need another cabinet, in fact, I guess I'd have to look for another machine to put in it. No point in having an empty cabinet, is there?!

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I think... Singer called it a model 47. The front door trim varies sometimes, but I believe that's a 47. If anyone knows better please do correct me.
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You're right. I Google'd "47" and found it on ISMACS. I don't know how I missed it. Thanks, again.

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I was just checking new posts from earlier this evening and happened across  this thread https://www.victoriansweatshop.com/post/pictures-of-your-machines-here-7893917?trail=2000 with this post  https://www.victoriansweatshop.com/post/show_single_post?pid=1311570585&postcount=1952&forum=501752

It isn't in as nice a shape as the one on this thread, but it did come with a 15-91.


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Yep, that's the cabinet, and yes, the one I found in the listing is quite a bit nicer, so nice I bought it. It didn't come with a machine, though. I do have a 15-91 in a Queen Anne cabinet that I have wanted to refinish, however, so I think I see a plan coming together.
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