66k with Lotus Decals made in 1925!! Thoroughly Restored, Detailed & Serviced. Ready to sew just right out of the box! An extremely well preserved SINGER 66 which has been: -Thoroughly Cleaned & Polished -Restored to its Original Condition w/o Using Invasive Techniques -De-Greased from old Greases -Freshly Greased & Oiled -Adjust & Fine tune Tensioners, Feed Dogs, Needle Bar etc -Rotary Hook Cleaned & Adjusted -Bobbin Winder Assembly tuned & rubber ring / tire replaced with Original SINGER All maintenance & restoration done by 3FTERS Athens always adhering to their strict restoration program guidelines! Serial number: Y3635608 indicates a 1925 manufacturing year.The " k " after her mod. Indicates that she was made in UK , at SINGER Sewing Machine Factory, Kilbowie, Clydebank.
Apart from the great looks, she packs an amazing strength, which is more than obvious when sewing thick or hard materials. Capable of sewing from lightweight fabrics, up to leather, canvas, sail cloth or multiple layers of denim, provided the correct needles and thread are used. She will be lovingly packed and delivered to her new owner by post/courier. We know vast majority of people dont really differentiate the two terms nowadays but there is actually a huge difference between them. The difference between restore and refurbish is that restore is to reestablish, or bring back into existence while refurbish is to rebuild or replenish with all new material.
Restore English, Verb To reestablish, or bring back into existence. To restore to original (or better) working order and appearance. To bring back to a previous condition or state. To give or bring back (that which has been lost or taken). English, Verb To rebuild or replenish with all new material.To rebuild or replenish with all new material Source: wikidiff. Since many people still keep asking questions about whether those items we list are repainted, with new stickers etc, we feel the need to clarify things. All items we list as restored are almost 100% originals , nothing new put on them other than oil & grease, rubber o-rings (tires), rubber / felt feet, and motor / treadle belts, depending on the model. If a part is missing or damaged and we can't repair it, we'll replace it with one from a donor machine of the same era. Never a newer or a new one.
Those items are certainly repainted as many think, nor have we put new stickers / decals which would then label them as renovated or "refurbished". Everything was set in the factory back then.Motor sets may have a new plug and leads but coils and internals would be vintage and serviced. Always have in mind the time to restore an item, is many times the time needed to refurbish a same one. And although it is much, much more time consuming, we prefer this approach which preserves the authenticity and history of an item rather than just making it eye appealing but strip it from it's history and identity. Growing up in Athens, Greece watching the archeologists, since we were kids, painstakingly removing layer after layer of debris and foreign matter from the ancient finds in open dig sites the size of football fields using nothing more than small brushes the size of a toothbrush and small hand tools along with tons and tons of patience and sunscreen may have contributed in our later days attitude towards items of historic significance ;- Or at least we like to think so :. The item "1925 SINGER 66 Lotus 66k Vtg Sewing Machine Restored & Fully Serviced by 3FTERS" is in sale since Monday, September 7, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Sewing (1930-Now)\Machines". The seller is "3fters" and is located in ATHENS. This item can be shipped worldwide.