Beautiful Vintage Wizard Sewing Machine

This beautiful mid century sewing machine was made in Japan in the early 1960s. It's a straight-stitcher with all steel drive parts, and it's got plenty of power to sew multiple layers of heavy fabric and leather.

It's in remarkably good condition, nearly un-used and it's been lovingly restored and detailed to look almost new, though as with any machine that's actually been sewn on, there are some light pin scratches on the bed.

Of course, it will also sew medium and lightweight fabrics just as well and you can adjust the feed dogs to handle your delicate fabrics gently. For darning, machine embroidery, and freehand sewing, the feed will drop, and with a touch, the Patch-O-Matic type presser foot adjuster releases all pressure on the foot. Add pressure in increments or all at once with a press on the adjuster.

It comes in a hard carry case with a light blue handle molded in a pretty pattern, and it uses standard bobbins and needles, available anywhere sewing supplies are sold.

The machine is in excellent condition, ready to sew for the rest of your life, and it comes with a free Lifetime Guaranty, that if you ever have a problem with it, you can bring or send it back to us and if we can, we'll fix it for free. You of course will pay for any parts or shipping.

To see it sew, watch the video we've made of it.

See how to thread it and how to wind the bobbin. Watch as our delightful presenter sews broadcloth, denim, and leather. See her drop the feed and release the foot pressure, and sew freehand. Entertaining and informative!

Here at Stagecoach Road Vintage Sewing Machine Restoration, we love these old machines and do our best to bring them back to the very best they can be. We take them apart and inspect them for problems or potential problems, clean out the old oil that's turned into varnish from years in storage. We clean out the old hardened grease from the gear boxes and scrape out the old oil-soaked lint wads that have packed into the close tolerance spaces between the parts, unwind the thread that's jammed into the rotating parts, and generally free up the machine to run like it used to when it just came home for the first time.

We use our special blend of oils that works down into the moving parts and coats and protects them and gives them the micro-thin slick surfaces to move against. We re-pack the gear boxes with good grease and lightly grease the gears in the upper works. We take apart the tension assemblies, remove the hook and bobbin, take off the hand wheel, disassemble the motor, and inspect, clean, lube and adjust everything to make it run just right.

After rigorous testing to be sure it's sewing like it should, it goes to Aradia. Aradia is our detailer and I've never met anyone as detail oriented. With dental pics and toothbrushes, she canvasses the machine, carefully searching out the dirt and grime that collects on anything that gets used. She spends hours on your machine bringing it back to it's original beauty.

Finally, after it's sparkling like a new machine, and it's been photographed for the coffee table book, it gets it's final test. On occasion, one will come back to me for an adjustment or detail that I've missed, but usually your machine goes on to sew multiple layers of heavy denim, sews shirt weight material, and sews garment leather, all of which gets videoed for you to see.

And why do we go to so much trouble for a sewing machine?

Ah, the things we do for love.

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