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Antique saw thread

Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by FXDL, Mar 8, 2010.

  1. FXDL

    FXDL ArboristSite Operative

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    c'mon guys let's see em, talk about em, or whatever. I just love em! :rockn:
     
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    How old does it have to be to be an "antique"? Most of my saws are from the '70s and 80's I dont consider those antiques
     
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  3. Jacob J.

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    If stuff from the 70's and 80's is considered antique, then that means a lot of our members are "antiques."
     
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    I agree 100% JJ
     
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    My 1953 Choremaster 3B...does it qualify?



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    I recently got a line on a Poulan H100 from 1956-57. Anyone know about them?
     
  6. FXDL

    FXDL ArboristSite Operative

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    1953...nope not old enough..haha. that's beautiful
     
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  7. FXDL

    FXDL ArboristSite Operative

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    Well Joe let's just say 70's and older for the sake of this thread...(i was born in 80, don't wanna be considered an antique:popcorn:)
     
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    Sprintcar Chainsaw Slut

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    Do these qualify?

    1958 Wright. 1958 was a great year, does that qualify me?

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    1955 Clinton 525, 1950's or early 60's McCulloch model 15.

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    I hear you. I was born in 81 dont feel antique either.:chainsaw:
     
  10. pioneerguy600

    pioneerguy600 Lost in Space Staff Member

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    How about a 1948 model AB

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  11. Sprintcar

    Sprintcar Chainsaw Slut

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    Ya know Jerry, we probally got socks older than some of these guys.

    Just kidding, just kidding!

    Lighten up mang!


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    if you can run it for more than 20 minutes or
    it weighs less than 30 lbs its too new :jester:
     
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    Stihl088stock ArboristSite Guru

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    Antiques are by namesake at least 100 years old with some exceptions...

    Cars must be at least 50 years...

    So a saw should be? (maybe 40?)...
     
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    Holy crap, get that thing off the concrete! :bowdown:
     
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    Sprintcar Chainsaw Slut

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    Note the t-shirt and shop rag under mine. I can still hear my dad and now my pa in law :censored: yelling at me about putting a saw on concrete.

    Live and learn!
     
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    My Mac 200, 1963.
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  19. pioneerguy600

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    How about a 1957 RA

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    Homelite 20MCS 1951 vintage


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