This machine, also known as a Morse in America can sew an array of patterns if you have rainbow disks. This is the pinnacle machine in my Pinnock collection. It was the most expensive of the three machines when originally sold, pictured in the advertisement of the day.
This was my second Toyota Pinnock purchase, after the Sewmaster. It became obvious when I started to fall in love with the Pinnocks that this was the top of the range machine and I thought it would be the hardest to find, especially with the elusive. Still some things are meant to be and one day when I was was scrolling through FB marketplace I saw this machine advertised, just 20 minutes down the road. Needless to say I jumped at it. Within the hour I had it in my car. It was in a cabinet that was badly damaged and it was missing one cam, the foot pedal is the original Pinnock Fridor. The owner had no history for me, just a young man who was had just started renting a property and was left to clean up the mess of the previous tenant. Luckily for me he did not send this gal to the tip.
This photo taken when I got it home with all its bits.
Instruction book download is here. Caution, it is a large file.
The scanned PDF for this brochure can be found here for free on my google drive.
Sewmatic in green
Not my machine, but the Pinnock Sewmatic also came in green.
Eye candy from USA
A Morse machine, looks familiar? But look at that colour. WOW.
More images of different machines and or their rainbow cams.
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