That darn Craigslist!!!
The blue cams are for single needle decorative stitches. The black ones are for twin needle decorative stitches.
This one is mine. I found it and inquired about it. We went to get it yesterday. It weighs 43# with the case, foot control, and all the accessories. I think that’s heavier than any machine I own! I have not been able to find anything about this machine on the internet though. I did find a manual to buy (which I do not need) from one of the manual sites, and I think there may be on on ebay, but that’s it. I guess I might be the first to post photos, so if you search images for a White Magna-Matic ZigZag Model 673 Sewing machine, you’ll probably find mine!
I was a little disappointed though. I know you all will think I am crazy, but part of rescuing these machines is to spend time
‘loving them’ cleaning them up. I was all ready to scrub the case lid, and found it was already as clean as it could be. The machine moves free and is clean too. It sounds great and moves fast. So I just put the lid on and put it away until I display it somewhere. Not really crazy about the blue case, but I may find one to swap it with someday, or I might display it without the case.
It was a great price though!!!
One the way home, we stopped at a Goodwill and found another great machine for the Sewing Machine Project. I haven’t done anything except find a free online manual and printed it off. I did plug it in and test it in the store so I know it works, but will oil and clean it better later. It’s a Riccar 2910. It also says on the front Designed For School Use, so I know it is built tougher. It’s the first black modern machine I have run across. Hope I don’t fall in love.