The Brother sewing machines of mid-Century Japan came in some of the prettiest colors, from sky blue to a confectionary pink. One of the nicest, and the less common colors is this pretty buttery-yellow one.
This sweet Brother Windowmatic has her original paint in remarkably good condition, and the very few tiny chips have been touched up so she's looking absolutely lovely.
Not only is she looking fantastic but she's just come off our restoration bench here at Stagecoach Road Vintage Sewing Machine so she's clean inside and out.
Her workings have been scrubbed in our alcohol bath and polished before reassembly, then adjusted, tested, and adjusted some more until now she's running and sewing perfectly.
She came from a home where she was loved and appreciated, then restored by people who love and respect these fine, built to last a lifetime, fine quality machines, so the good vibrations are embedded in her very structure.
She's a strong, straight-stitch machine with reverse and dropping feed, and she uses standard needles and standard class 15 bobbins, both the most common in the world and available everywhere.
You've seen our videos and the photos of our beautifully restored machines all over the internet, and that's because we've been restoring worthy sewing machines for more than twenty years and have restored well over a thousand machines, and sent them out all over the country and beyond.
Sorry to say, This one has SOLD!