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jacktheripper

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Hey there, I thought I'd share my small collection. A couple of months ago, I started putting out ads advertising buying/selling/repairing chainsaws. Since then, I've purchased quite a few saws to fix and flip, and I ended up keeping the best of them for myself.

I have:
- A 1964? Homelite Super XL non-automatic. This saw still has the original button-style spark plug and wire. Original air filter in excellent shape. Hard-nosed 20" bar. Original everything and runs great.

- Poulan 306a that is cleaner than anything else I've found online. Original 16" bar. Electronic ignition.

- McCulloch Pro Mac 10-10 in excellent shape. Original bar, air filter, etc on this one as well. Starts first pull every time, and she really rips.

- McCulloch Mini Mac 35 that I really did a lot on. New Zama carb, lines, points, fuel caps, throttle trigger, bar stud, much more.

- Stihl 026 that literally looks like it came off the shelf in 1997. I mean pristine. Piston pristine too.

- Stihl 064 that I got for less than $100. I really put a lot of work into this. Original cylinder, coil, Muffler, carb, etc. I sanded and buffed the plastics. Bought reproduction tags for it. New oiler gear. Meteor piston. New crank seals. New fuel and impulse lines. Lots lots lots of deep cleaning.

- Dolmar 5105 that I got for $150. Did literally nothing to it besides unflood it.
 

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Those are some really nice looking saws. I have a few like that...need some (sometimes lots) of attention. It's more fun when you can find parts for them....for some of the older ones, you have to get creative.
 

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Thank you! The more I look over that old Homelite, the more I really appreciate it. I'm a sucker for 60's stuff. The copper lines, the script for the labeling, the chrome muffler, the color patterns. Everything just oozes cool.
 
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