Serviced early this month...ready to go
Comes with original Singer attachment boxes for the attachments and discs/cams
Cosmetically, shows some wear including the typical Singer warp in the undercarriage bottom...has new little feet on it.
Original grey bakelite foot control and power cord.
In addition to the tests the Singer certified repair man put the machine through, before listing I have tested this machine as well, winding a bobbin twice and trying both straight and decorative stitches with the discs....see red cloth sample.
The features of this machine includes:
Push button bobbin ...just press the button inside down...no need to unthread the machine...follow directions in manual on page 8. Built-in threading chart ...see photo. Friction free spool holder with new sponges on the ends. Decorative stitches using cams/discs Double needle stitching Thread cutter on back of presser foot bar Slant shank for better visibility Lever control of feed dogs Attachments include:
Singer even feed/walking foot to allow you to do varying kinds of fabrics easily without any need to force feed material through...see photo with it on.
Extra throat plate for straight stitching...embroidery/free motion quilting, etc.
Seam guide Singer # 161172 with nice plastic screw covering to avoid scratches...see on photo with walking foot.
Ruffler Singer #160629. Button sewing foot Singer #161168. Multi-slotted binder Singer #161420. Needles in Singer package New double needle Schmetz. Small end spool holder. Extra spool thread holder for use in double needle sewing. Singer plastic oil tube. Large black Singer screwdriver #25537.
Small silver Singer screwdriver #120378. Lint Brush 7 Plastic T & S Bobbins...one in machine Zipper/cording foot Singer # 161166...great to do outline machine quilting, including stitch-in-the-ditch. Hemmer Singer # 161133 Special Purpose Foot #161167...great for applique, satin, etc. Box of Cams/Discs includes 0...the zigzag cam, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 12, 18, 19.
As with any machine this age, it is being sold "as is". I feel I've done my part by having it gone over by a Singer certified repair man giving it fine tuning, much needed oil, and some little touches like new feet. The manual is the general one for Touch and Sew early models...only two pages in it don't apply to the 603 model. All the others do....if you have any questions, please email me. I will try my best to answer them.