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If you show some pictures of the bottom of the saw and pictures of the bar that will stop a bunch of questions.The bottom of the saw has the ser number and block number.A roller tip on the bar is allways worth extra
The saw looks like it's seen an easy life.
To get the best money people will want to see the condition of the piston as well.
 
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If you show some pictures of the bottom of the saw and pictures of the bar that will stop a bunch of questions.The bottom of the saw has the ser number and block number.A roller tip on the bar is allways worth extra
The saw looks like it's seen an easy life.
To get the best money people will want to see the condition of the piston as well.
 
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If you show some pictures of the bottom of the saw and pictures of the bar that will stop a bunch of questions.The bottom of the saw has the ser number and block number.A roller tip on the bar is allways worth extra
The saw looks like it's seen an easy life.
To get the best money people will want to see the condition of the piston as well.
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A perspective buyer would likely want pictures of the piston and of the inside of the fuel tank before a value could be accurate assesed. Those 99cc & 103cc saws don't bring the money of a 123cc saw, but are more desirable than say a standard 250 or a 450.
 
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A perspective buyer would likely want pictures of the piston and of the inside of the fuel tank before a value could be accurate assesed. Those 99cc & 103cc saws don't bring the money of a 123cc saw, but are more desirable than say a standard 250 or a 450.
Thank you very much
 
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Nice, it's in good shape inside so that'll really help a sale. It seems these saws sell from $75 to $500 depending on timing and who wants it. The higher end prices are usually attained by selling on Ebay. I would guess $200 is pretty fair. For $500 you would need to have it running with a video and probably still sit on it a bit.
 
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Nice, it's in good shape inside so that'll really help a sale. It seems these saws sell from $75 to $500 depending on timing and who wants it. The higher end prices are usually attained by selling on Ebay. I would guess $200 is pretty fair. For $500 you would need to have it running with a video and probably still sit on it a bit.
Awesome than you
 
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Hey guys I'm back with more questions lol , so first pic the springs are pretty well gone on these teeth? Can I find new ones and also what is this called?
Second two pics , what is this called and can I find a new one , those are only a out 5 16s long. I did get it to run poured a little gas in the carb and turned pic 1 with a drill and she ran for a few seconds wahoo TIA
 

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