When Singer introduced the model 66 in 1902 it would stand as the finest machine Singer offered until 1931, when the Singer 201 was introduced. they were produced into the 1950’s and went virtually unchanged save for adding a conventional presser bar, and a reverse / back tack.
The mechanism is so smooth one might think it was a rotary like the 201, and the stitch quality is flawless. These machines were made in the millions and the decal set on this Scottish made machine are unique to the model 66 that was made in Kilbowie.
To this day you would be hard pressed to find a machine that sews any better.Follow us on Facebook