Discussion in 'Chainsaw Stickies' started by FXDL, Mar 8, 2010.
c'mon guys let's see em, talk about em, or whatever. I just love em! :rockn:
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
If stuff from the 70's and 80's is considered antique, then that means a lot of our members are "antiques."
I agree 100% JJ
My 1953 Choremaster 3B...does it qualify?
I recently got a line on a Poulan H100 from 1956-57. Anyone know about them?
1953...nope not old enough..haha. that's beautiful
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 antiqueopcorn
Do these qualify?
1958 Wright. 1958 was a great year, does that qualify me?
1955 Clinton 525, 1950's or early 60's McCulloch model 15.
I hear you. I was born in 81 dont feel antique either.
How about a 1948 model AB
Ya know Jerry, we probally got socks older than some of these guys.
Just kidding, just kidding!
Lighten up mang!
if you can run it for more than 20 minutes or
it weighs less than 30 lbs its too new :jester:
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?)...
Holy crap, get that thing off the concrete!
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!
http://www.arboristsite.com/showthread.php?t=36415&highlight=Giants <------- Full of them.
Remington Super 754
1943 Mercury Disston
My Mac 200, 1963.
How about a 1957 RA
Homelite 20MCS 1951 vintage
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