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Anyone else here own a vintage or antique machine? Was lucky enough that a friend gave me his late grandmother's White Rotary 77. It had been removed from the original cabinet that had the knee control but I was able to retrofit it with a pedal. Unfortunately, even with the help of an engineer I was not able to figure out a way to adapt it to use modern feet (white used a bizarre proprietary system of foot attachment); the position of the presser bar sits too far back for that. But this has quickly become my favorite machine despite the limitation of straight stitch only and the fact that it's as loud as a lawnmower. It just sews through anything without complaining.



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