And now for the individuals. First up is a Singer Futura 900.
Next is a Singer "So-Fro" 4314 (no foot control, and the presser bar is cockeyed).
Next is a Pfaff-Dorina Hobby 721 (came with a slip-over hard plastic cover).
Next is a Singer Fashion Mate 360 (came with a few accessories).
Lastly, a White Rotary in a nice bentwood case.
The Singer Futura is my first of this model, so I hope I don't regret buying it. The online comments for these machines aren't the most flattering.
I couldn't pass up the White. The case was in very nice condition for its age. There is newsprint of some sort under the machine that I am curious to see when I have a chance to pull it out.
The other machines were inexpensive enough that I should be able to almost break even if I decide to sell them on Craigslist, and I'll have a good time getting them cleaned up and working again (hopefully).
I'm wondering though, what was Singer thinking when they put "So-Fro" on the front of that machine? What's a So-Fro? Sounds like Sno-Cone....
Addicted? Me? I think not. I'm in the rescue business.