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still being somewhat new to the chainsaw scene, I was wondering what some of the most collectible saws to you are. Whether it is for sentimental reasons, or pure rare collectability. One of the next big saws I want to get is a Mac 125...not super rare, but it will probably be my first full tear down, powder coat, shelf queen.
 

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PHIHL. Not rare by any means but definitely the most valuable saw to me personally.
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Of course the minty 260 never fueled
 

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A White Whale saw to me would be something extremely rare. So anything made by Charles Wolf, who was an inventor and experimenter, would be desirable. A Wolf Sawing Machine would be an incredible find in any condition.
 

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I have most of the saws that I had on my always wanted list. I'm going to start looking for older Pioneer/IEL saws next.
 

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I believe I have a Mac 121 b, not completely sure cuz I couldn't find any name plate or tag
 

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I'm pretty fond of the 8800. What model Homelite would fit the white whale category?

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Well, yeah ...

... but you also know that saw you arranged to get to me was a gear drive, right?

..... and the Strunk is a gear drive, too.

... perhaps I should bring my Mac 895 in July so you can experience gear drive power ...
 

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Well, yeah ...

... but you also know that saw you arranged to get to me was a gear drive, right?

..... and the Strunk is a gear drive, too.

... perhaps I should bring my Mac 895 in July so you can experience gear drive power ...

Yes, I know that XL-15 was a gear drive, you lucky bugger



That Strunk is a Gear drive?
 

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I have pretty much zero interest in any saw built in the last 25 years
 

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Hiya, Randy!

Ross and I have already had the Mac 35 discussion.
 
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