What fine machine. The Morse machines are known for their quality and their beauty, and this Morse Super Dial has just come off our restoration bench so she's clean, clean, clean, all the way through.
Made back in the day, when quality mattered and planned obsolescence was still an ugly shadow on the horizon, she's a precision machine, built to last a lifetime and more. She's strong and she's smooth.
We've had her apart and lovingly scrubbed her bits and polished her parts before we reassembled her and tested each assembly for perfect operation. When she stood clean and fresh, fully assembled, we tested to be sure she was running and sewing as she should.
Her motor was cleaned and the commutator polished, her her rods, bars, links and other parts cleaned of sticky residue, and she was carefully lubricated with just the right amount of our specially blended oils, formulated to creep down to the dry spots and bring back that slippery slickness that lets her run freely.
She uses universal needles and standard class 15 bobbins, the most common in the world, which you'll find everywhere, and we'll include a copy of the user manual that you can view onscreen at whatever size suits your eyesight and/or print it out so you have a paper copy with the machine.
With most purchases, free shipping doesn't make a lot of difference. With a heavy duty vintage sewing machine it does. Shipping a vintage machine can cost up to $100.00 and even more, depending on your location. We take care of that for you.
Sorry to say that she's SOLD!