Singer 1950s Slant-O-Matic Heavy Duty Sewing Machine, Model 401A

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This is one of Singer’s best-loved vintage machines, since it is all metal gear-driven — no belt! Included is the original button-style pedal, NEW power cord, NEW all-purpose foot, NEW zipper foot, NEW steel bobbins (10), and an additional button-sewing attachment. There is one stitch cam inside, but you do not need the cams to create the many built-in fancy stitch patterns depicted on the inside lid. No carrying case. Please see the photographs. Machine works and is very clean and quiet, but I would recommend having it tuned and conditioned by a professional. I also can include a printout of the manual if you would like, but it is easy to find for free at the Singer website, too.

Please note that all three original plastic bobbin spindles ARE intact and included, but are not shown in the photos — I removed them so they would not get broken during shipping. (You can sort of see them in the bag with the bobbins)

This machine measures 16.5”w X 7”d X 11”h. According to the serial number, it was made in 1959 in Anderson, South Carolina.

Price does not include shipping. Shipping cost will be determined by buyer's choice of method (e.g., UPS Ground, USPS, FedEx, etc.) and how far it has to travel from Reno, NV 89509. Everything shown weighs 25 lbs (not including packing for shipping.)

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