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MillieAug2020_2x6in.jpg.11f0cae557c9a1f8537d0a62e86b93b5.jpglocated in Guelph, Ontario

APQS Millenium, #G2076, 26” throat,  20 yrs old, In good working order.

 12’ table,  thread cutter, stitch regulator, bobbin winder and laser pointer, 3 sets of zippered leaders with pockets for Red Snappers , base extender plate for ruler work and motorized advance with foot pedalIMG_20210114_215550.jpg.f769302f72698a88e18ead8cbd081cf8.jpgIMG_20210114_215741.jpg.a2ab0467d8eaaddbc369413db128c66e.jpgIMG_20210114_215926.jpg.f68c91b8d2753d11e04ef5449784f5ec.jpg.

Has been adapted for use with a Circle Lord .   See:



This machine was serviced in 2019, (“Deluxe Spa “ treatment)  by a qualified APQS technician. Tracey Russell, APQS dealer in Oshawa, Ontario,  who replaced the motor brushes, needle bar, rocker assembly and grease in the gear box.   See:

It can be fully computerized with Quilt Path or Intelliquilter,  if desired.


Asking CAD 7500.00 +HST,  or best offer, as is. 

(approx.. USD5650, no HST if sold to USA)

Removal, delivery and set-up to be the responsibility of the purchaser.

Available spring 2021 with 4 weeks’  notice  and  down payment by certified cheque.

Email contact: 




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Me dealer told me I had size of throat wrong and that my machine did not have Bliss rails, so I corrected that.
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Nosy me wanted to help your sale (what a great price!) by noting that this is a "Green Millennium". Those are traded-in machines that are gone over completely at APQS, worn parts replaced, spiffed up, everything checked out, etc. So while the age of the body and some parts is 20 years, and seeing that she had a recent spa treatment, it's lots better than a used machine of the same vintage that hasn't had that treatment. Good luck with your sale!

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Thank you.  At first I thought you were referring to the colour green in the word Millenium on my machine, and then (I'm a bit slow) I realized it was for the softer environmental impact of buying a used machine in good working order, rather than a new one.

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Hi there Justme822 !  Could you give me your name?  at least your first name?   I live about 90 minutes from Niagara Falls, in Guelph, Ontario.  I don't know what you would have to do to get the machine across the border.  I would say that you would have to ask U.S. Customs what they expect you to do, to import a used piece of machinery ...for your business, if you have one or for your hobby....  I do have a technician here in Guelph who could do the take down and drive it across the border in his van and assemble it at your end.  He actually took my earlier machine all the way to Idaho and back, to get it serviced a number of years ago.  I could ask him, if you don't have someone to move it and transport it for you.  Where in upper NY state are you?


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