The machine is covered in dust but is in otherwise pristine condition. No scratches or chips to the finish. Even the cabinet is in great condition.
It came with the manual, accessory box (although I am not sure if all the feet, etc...are in there) and the box of all 27 design cams.
This was a pricey machine back in the day.
It cost $369.95 when new.
The price is no surprise, given all that this machine can do. It has a built in bottonholer, the feed dogs drop for free motion work, and the needle position can change from left, to middle, to right. Not to mention those 27 design cams. Each of those cams can sew 3 different stitch patterns, just by moving the needle position.
You can also sew these stitch patterns (below) without cams, just by varying the needle position and/or stitch length or width.
Quite a versatile machine for its time. I need to clean, oil and lube it. Based on looks, alone, this one will be staying in the herd for a long while. I think it is beautiful. How much did I pay for it? Not a penny. A lady was giving it away for FREE. There was one lady who asked about it, before me. But when she found out it wasn't a Singer, she turned up her nose. Silly woman.