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Homelite c 72

Discussion in 'Chainsaw' started by oneadam12, Mar 9, 2008.

  1. oneadam12

    oneadam12 AboristSite Guru

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    Anybody got an idea what a running, in good condition C 72 is worth?
     
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    buicken ArboristSite Operative

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    it is worth about 40-50$ to me.
     
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    It depends on the condition of the paint and graphics.... and anything else that might be worn / broken / need repair....... I'm guessing $50 - $100, hard to say without seeing it
     
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    A buddy of mine has one he's wanting to get rid of. As soon as he's ready, I'll post a couple of pics. That's about what I was figuring for the saw.
     
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    why does he want to get rid of a good saw for
     
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    Well, I know this sounds kinda silly here, but....he has several others and doesn't use it anymore. Not to mention heavy and the .404 chain.
     
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    i suppose it dont matter who gets it then as long as it dont wind up in the landfill the reason i say this is cause them old saws were built tough back in them days sometimes i wish they still built them that way but they had to go with outside countries to do the making of the materials which i think is not fair to the american population i was at wal mart late this evening everything in there just about said made in china i said no way put it back on the shelf told everyone i saw i said me not buying this im not paying china anything if i can help it

    i was looking for some razors to shave my whiskers with and even them say china i said why cant i find a USA brand
    after 5 minutes of looking i found a USA brand that item and some grocerys were all i got from there this evening

    calvin
     

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