Then I sold the other Kenmore for $100, the Montgomery Ward for $100, and the Riccar for $50, to the same person. She has about 15 ladies who sew cheerleader, drill team and ballroom dance costumes for her.
The White is the only one left. I'm asking $110 for it. I had a woman come to look at it, and it wouldn't work. We got it into the buttonhole system, and couldn't get it back out. Of course, as she was driving away, Karl (my DH) flipped the switch and it popped right out. I will de-gum it and make sure it won't do that again, before I sell it.
Update: The White has a new home. I got $100 for it.
All but one of my machines were bought by people I know through my job or quilt guild. I give a 30-day warranty with all of my refurbished machines. And I hope they will feel free to contact me if there are any problems.