As an alternative to our higher priced, fully restored sewing machines, we've taken a few good machines and tested them and then serviced them, without dismantling and doing the restoration that we usually do. These are high-quality, mid Century machines, built to last, that we check out, make minor repairs if needed, clean and lube, adjust, and then re-test to be sure that they're working as they should.
This one is the very popular and sought after Singer 15-91, a steel machine driven by an internal motor and gear-transfer. You may have heard of the class 15 bobbin, used by thousands of various sewing machines, all over the world. This is the class 15 machine that it all started with. This machine is loved by quilters and sewers of all sorts.
It's a strong machine that gently hums along as it sews over those fat Levis seams, and then sews dainty baby quilts and tiny clothes. its a versatile, precision machine.
This fine Singer machine uses universal needles and standard class 15 bobbins, the most common in the world, and available everywhere.
It's hard to tell from the photos, but in places on the machine, on the back, mostly, the clear coat has aged and become cloudy. It doesn't affect the machine's capabilities and it's only noticeable upon close inspection. As you can see in the photos, it's still a beautiful machine, and it runs and sews beautifully.
Even though we aren't restoring this one, we still took apart the tension assembly, and the hook and bobbin case and cleaned and adjusted them so your tensions will be perfect. We cleaned and lubed the machine and adjusted and tested it, and then detailed it to bring out it's beauty.
This is a great machine at a great price, that we'd be restoring if we weren't running short of space in the warehouse and if we didn't have lots more of them to restore that are at least as good. We'll give you 30 days to be sure that it's everything we say it is, and if you live in the Continental U.S. we'll ship it for Free!
Sorry to say that this one is SOLD!