Many years have passed since then, and I never once thought I'd see another one. It was covered in dirt and drips and splotches from who-knows-what, but I wanted this machine. The price was very reasonable, but I hesitated thinking it'd be a waste if it didn't work. Goodman said he could probably fix whatever might be wrong so I took her home. Well, after a good cleaning and a lot of adjusting she works just fine.
There's a small compartment on the side for accessories. All that was in there was some needles and two bobbins. Still I'm thrilled. I hope to find some more bobbins and a belt since this machine can, also be used with a treadle cabinet.
The serial number was still intact so I was able to get the date of manufacture from the Singer site.
I sewed these lil white pumpkin pincushions on it earlier. Who knew white pumpkins were so cute? o.O
Hope y'all have a splashin' good weekend!
May Sewing Party.