Well, lifting the lid was a pleasant surprise - a nice assortment of accessories
including a hemstitcher with all the associated parts. You often find these missing the special needle plate.
Now to look inside OH NO!!! IT'S MUMMIFIED!!!
Turned out that was just a homemade cover to protect the machine below. Not that there was much to protect, it has seen lots of use over the years.
The cords had been replaced and the power cord was a full twelve feet long. I wonder if they were plugging it in to the neighbor's wall socket. On further inspection, I see a bit of dirt but no rust, thank goodness.
Cleaning and some Oil and grease got the old gal to spin freely and some minor tension tickles and it sews like it's supposed to.
By the way, you always clean before you lubricate. If you do it in reverse order, you clean out some of the new oil/grease with the lint.
Not a lot of mechanical work to be done, a new motor belt, new bed cushions and new cushions on the foot control were all the parts needed.