Sears Kenmore 150 Electronic Sewing Machine

Here at Stagecoach Road Vintage Sewing Machine we restore vintage sewing machines, usually mid-Century all-metal machines. Once in a while, though we come across something different that's not our usual type of machine, but that is just way too cool to pass up.

Lately we've come across a few electronic machines from Bernina and Kenmore that were top of the line machines when they came out, and they are still just as awesome. This machine is a Kenmore 150 with lots of great utility and decorative stitches, plus monogramming in two different fonts, block and fancy.

You can set it to have the machine stop with the needle in the up or the down position. It does button holes, automatically, it adjusts for double needle sewing so your needle doesn't hit the needle plate, and the machine sets the optimal width and length of stitch and lets you modify either, if you desire.

If you aren't afraid of a little technology, this high-end Kenmore is perfect for artistic and creative sewing and you can watch the video we've made of it to see our beloved technician and video personality, TR Kelly, demonstrate how to use the various features.

Watch the video, here, to see how easy it is to use the various awesome features:

You'll like TR, our presenter. She's knowledgeable and funny, too.

We didn't take this one apart like we do the 1950s and 1960s machines, but we've inspected, tested, serviced, adjusted, and detailed it to be sure it's working as it should and that it's clean and fresh for you.

It uses universal needles and standard class 15 bobbin, the most common in the world, and available everywhere. It comes with the foot control and cords, the slide-off sewing bed, and a suite of attachments and accessories in their own built-in storage.

To be sure that this machine is working for you, we've included a 30 day guaranty from the day you receive it, to return it for a full refund.

Make this amazing machine yours! Just click on the Buy button, below.

$475.00

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