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Sewmor Model 620
Sewmor Model 620

Sewmor sewing machines were designed and manufactured in post-World War II Japan (mainly using parts from miscellaneous Asian countries, though the 900 series motors are said to be manufactured in Belgium) and imported/badged by the Consolidated Sewing Machine Corporation in New York City, New York.

Numerous models existed, with many units proving to have a fairly reliable track record over the years. A few models have recently been becoming a more sought collectors item, generally due to their aesthetic similarities to American automobiles of the same era.[1][2]

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  2. ^ "Webshots - Wallpaper / Screen Savers".