FREE Heavy duty Singer sewing machine

Discussion in 'Non Late Bay Classifieds' started by zedders, Feb 25, 2015.

  1. I'm not good at this, please sort out dibs between yourselves.
    I thought you were just winding me up. Which post says you actually seriously want it?
     
  2. I'll measure it when I get a chance, I bent down this morning to pick up a sock and something twanged in my back, full of painkillers, can't stand up for long. :(
     
  3. davidoft

    davidoft Sponsor

    I didn't know how big/heavy it was so I thought getting it to techenders would be easy, I was waiting for a reply then everyone else on the forum decided they wanted it :) but I was/am interested but logistics are an issue, let me ask a man. Unless I'm to late
     
  4. I thought I was, as I thought yours was an equiry I jumped I'm and said dibs, was going to check over the trailer and sort some logistics out
     
  5. Move it upright - you are ok
    Tip it 30-40 degrees - oil on floor!
     
  6. I'll pass anyway davidoft it's yours
     
  7. Moons

    Moons Moderator

    To assist with the who wants it list I'll start a helpful who does not want it list, please add your name as you see fit.

    Moons - No thank you
     
  8. I thought much the same, seemed to be dependent on me shifting it which I'm not doing. I could sell on ebay 99p no reserves, but thought someone here might like it.
     
  9. if you were closer mate id be there, 2.5 hour drive one way is a bit too far, even if it is free! oh well.

    ps. the moving it may have fixed your back, you never know! lol ;) :D
     
  10. sANDYbAY

    sANDYbAY On benefits-won't sponsor!

    To assist with the who wants it list I'll start a helpful who does not want it list, please add your name as you see fit.

    Moons - No thank you
    sANDYbAY - No thanks
    sANDYBAY's dog - No Thanks
    SANDYBAY' neighbours - No Thanks (except possibly Mrs Edith Arbuthnott at No 42 who's at work at the moment so I can't ask her, but probably not as she lost both her arms during a suffragette march in 1914.
     
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  11. To assist with the who wants it list I'll start a helpful who does not want it list, please add your name as you see fit.

    Moons - No thank you
    sANDYbAY - No thanks
    sANDYBAY's dog - No Thanks
    SANDYBAY' neighbours - No Thanks (except possibly Mrs Edith Arbuthnott at No 42 who's at work at the moment so I can't ask her, but probably not as she lost both her arms during a suffragette march in 1914.
    brucieboy - unfortunately no, too far, but if Zed gets off his ar$e and stops whinging about his back he can drive it to be, I'll even give you a cuppa! ;)
     
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  12. So, unless I'm mistaken @davidoft it's all yours if you can fetch. I'm sure you appreciate the reason I'm giving it away rather than selling it is purely to save me hassle. That's the deal, it's free but you have to do all the work.
     
  13. sANDYbAY

    sANDYbAY On benefits-won't sponsor!

    I've just had a look on eBay and industrial sewing machines are between 1 and 3 hundred pounds.
     
  14. Exactly, I'm well aware of that so no way am I struggling about with it as well!
     
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  15. davidoft

    davidoft Sponsor

    Pm me your postcode please :), are you able to help me or anybody to load it?
     
  16. you have pm
     
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  17. Phew and I thought I was the only one getting confused!!!!
    I'm still on a back burner if everyone else backs out, but not queue jumping, and appreciate your listing it here for free to avoid any hassle
     

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