Question: How much is a Kenmore sewing machine?

How old is the Kenmore 385 sewing machine?

The sewing machines that have model numbers beginning with 385. . . were first manufactured in 1965. The model that you have was likely manufactured sometime between 1965 and 1987.

Who made the old Kenmore sewing machines?

For 20 years, from 1938 to 1958, the White Sewing Machine Company produced every Kenmore sewing machine. Since then, Sears has contracted with different manufacturers to make its sewing machines, mostly for economic reasons.

When was the Kenmore 158 sewing machine made?

The Kenmore 158 series was an affordable, heavy-duty sewing machine produced in the 1970s. The Kenmore 158 series was manufactured by the Sears Corporations in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

Are Kenmore and Janome the same?

Are Janome and Kenmore the same? Janome is a Japanese company with manufacturing plants in Japan, Taiwan, and Thailand, and they manufactured Kenmore sewing machines. But besides Janome, there were also other Kenmore units made by other overseas companies.

What model is my Sears Kenmore sewing machine?

It is often on the front of the bottom base but can also be on the side or back of the bottom base. You may need to examine the entire machine to find the model number plate. The Kenmore model number will normally start with a three digit number such as 158, 148, 117 or 385.

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