I couldn't resist any longer. These are mine. In addition to these I have a Sergemate Serger (storebrand bought at Cloth World about 20 years ago), a Pfaff Calandra, bought in 1964, and a Singer Stylist circa 1975 that are all packed away in my sister's attic.
Viking 400, the machine I use the most. Has just enough features for my kind of sewing. Reliable, jam-proof and never needs oil. Recently sent to Viking for factory service for the first time in it's 14 year life. They asked if I still had my warranty card. I do. They brought it back to factory specs for FREE!
Elna Carina SU 66 Duplex, my sentimental favorite. It still forms the most beautiful stitches I've ever seen on any machine, but the buttonholer no longer works. I have all the cams and extra feet. The air foot pedal still intact.
Simplicity Serger with differential feed, a feature that I thought I wanted but never use. I bought this on television shopping network. Low-end but reliable. Makes beautiful overlock seam finishes and rolled edges.