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Bailey Home Quilt Pro 15 for sale in Western New You

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Gently used. Excellent Condition. Includes Grace King Frame (120 x 40). Stitch Regulator. Ruler Base. Lots of bobbins. Upgraded laser. Upgraded canvas leaders. Front and rear handles. All manuals. Can be set up for crib to King size depending on your space. Frame wood has been finished. An excellent beginner Machine.

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Hit "go" too soon! Machine is located in Western New York. Only $2,000. Is currently set up to test drive but will be coming down soon to make way for my new machine. A great machine. It was just time to upgrade.

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If this machine is not available, I have a Bailey Home Pro 15" I purchased 5 years ago and I'm looking to sell.  I live in NYS in the middle of the state, near the southern border.  My asking price is $2,800.  It comes with a stitch regulator, a light attached to the machine, a laser light, 10 foot Pinnacle Grace Table, homemade cloth leaders and I have quilted about 50 quilts on it.  I'm upgrading to a larger machine that is coming the end of the month and have moved and reassembled this in my garage to make room.   I haven't had any problems with it, & just recently had it serviced in May so that it would be up to par for resale.  If interested, please respond.

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