PRICE $1650.00

This is the rare Singer 29K-73 Long Arm. The long arm has the 18” bed as opposed to the more common 12” bed. This
model, made in 1953, celebrates the 100th Anniversary of Singer and was used for 45 years by the original owner as one
of two machines in a shoe repair shop. The other machine was a Singer 29-4. The ideal life for a sewing machine is to be
in a shoe repair shop and not used in heavy production use. This machine was used for patching the toes and sides of
shoes and boots, which is a very minor part of the shoe repair business. Being used only occasionally has kept this
machine in great condition, as evidenced by the lack of wear at all of the wear points. The enamel still glistens at all of the
wear points. Proof that it runs is in the double thickness of leather in sewn by the machine. You can see both sides of the
leather and follow the thread so that you can see this is no fake. The sample sewing will be in the machine when you pick
it up. I have sold hundreds of 29-4s and 29 Ks over the years and this is truly one of the nicest. It does not come with the
original treadle portion of the base. The family kept it for nostalgia purposes. The original top portion of the base is
included. If you are planning on using it as a treadle, I have plenty of 29-4 bases to choose from at no additional charge.
They are easily modified for the long arms. There is also a homemade wooden bench as shown in the picture. A hinge
needs to be added to the wooden prop on the end.

Additional pictures are available upon request. I am more than happy to answer your questions, so ask before bidding.

I will not ship this machine. People have driven hundreds of miles to buy my machines. Please do not ask..

Please feel free to call or email us with any questions.
Jan: 330-692-0972
                 PRICE $1650.00