A real workhorse, this Japanese all-steel sewing machine was made by Fleetwood as part of the economic program extended by the United States to Japan following World War Two. I am the machine's original owner, and because of its great stability and weight I have sewn filled comforters and heavy coverlets. I don't recall having to take the machine in for repair except to replace the motor belt. When not in use it was housed in its carrying case so as not to be subjected to dust and airborne particles.
The Fleetwood Deluxe
Stitch length control knob Push-button for reverse sewing Automatic bobbin winder Numbered upper thread tension regulator Built-in light Drop-feed control Allows for button-hole sewing Extra attachments include a zipper foot Foot pedal for electrical control Sits securely within the base of its carrying case
Additional NotesModel JA19-656B-TW All steel construction
Carrying case handle is missing Machine is colored turquoise and cream with slight chippings No rust or tarnish anywhere Photo shows colored reflection on slide plate. It is not discolored.
Instruction manual included Weight is 43 pounds in its case Case is 9 x 18 x 13" high and shows wear
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