If you spend $100 or more on a sewing machine, then any of my available cabinets will be free with purchase. If you spend less than that, I'll still throw in a free cabinet, but it will be a funky one. I also have some cases available if you don't have room for a cabinet. However, a heavy vintage sewing machine is easiest to use in a cabinet.
All of these cabinets are functional and strong. Almost all have cosmetic "issues". Cabinets and machines are often interchangeable--there were a couple of standard sizes. Non-Singers will usually fit into Singer cabinets and vice-versa.
It's first come, first served and I will take the pictures down as the cabinets are sold.
The cabinet names and model numbers are my best guess based on web searches. I am not an expert on this.
|Singer cabinet model #72 or "Ardmore". Very good condition.|
|Probably not a Singer cabinet. Cosmetic issues.|
|A Singer Queen Anne style cabinet, perhaps model #40. This one is considered "collectible", although it too has some cosmetic issues.|