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2010 Millenium with extras in Oregon - price reduction - $10K

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2010 APQS Millennium Longarm Sewing Machine with lots of extras, $10,000

Barely used because of owner’s disabilities. Has almost all the advanced features except the APQS light rack. Paid $24,000 for this new, not including shipping & setup.

Comes with:

  • 12 foot hydraulic lift table on casters,
  • Bliss track system,
  • variable speed needle,
  • stitch regulator,
  • laser light stylus,
  • motorized quilt advance system with foot pedal,
  • vertical and horizontal channel locks,
  • separate turbo bobbin winder,
  • All manuals.

Also comes with quite a few extras bought separately including:

  • adjustable micro handles,
  • acrylic base expander with acrylic straight line ruler,
  • approximately 30 full spools of thread along with several partially used spools,
  • 78 MR3.5 needles,
  • set of acrylic circles from 1” to 12”s,
  • & various other small items to go with the machine.

You’re responsible for disassembling, pick up, transportation, re-assembly and all associated costs. Manual with complete instructions available since I am unable to help, plus APQS has amazing online instructions. If you have a local APQS dealer near you, they will usually come & set up your machine for you for $500.

Email craftyjulz@gmail.com Julie Daniels. Located in Riddle, Douglas County, Southern Oregon

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Try sending her an email - she has it listed at the bottom of the post.  


Norma H with Schultzi, my Blissed Millie - Circle Lord and Quiltazoid enhanced

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Sorry I haven’t gotten back to you until now. Yes it’s still for sale. I live in Douglas county about 25 miles below Roseburg. I don’t have any pictures at the moment but can send you some in the next few days. I’ll email them to you. I just have to have my caregiver here to move a chair & a couple tubs of fabric around.

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