90's are one of the bigger saws J'reds made. The collectors started at the top and worked their way down. I can remember when the 80's/90's sat pretty much stagnant on eBay. Then BOOM.
A lot would depend on the original amount of paint left, OE pieces and sometimes even provenance. Best to have all issues sorted completely because of the lack of parts.
I think your eBay range would be $300-$550 depending on condition for a working saw. Extremely low hrs, all original paint of course, would bring the most.
Away from eBay....somewhat less.......the reality is to figure what you've got into it and what you want out of it.
The bit where the pinch bolt for the handle should be is broken off. Whatever did that probably wrecked the original top handle and they used a Jonsereds 80 handle to replace it. From the pictures, my view is that the exhaust outlet is the squared off one I would expect on a J. 621 or 70e but it has been massaged a little and has been rounded a wee bit - alongside a few extra vents being punched into the from of the exhaust too. What has been fitted for a top section of the rear handle didn't start life with that saw. I have no idea what it is off - as you note, you can mix and match the bottom parts of the handles but the top part is too long for 52E, 70E, 80 family of saws. Someone has just been trying to keep that one cutting….OK....here's a puzzler....at least to me. This a very odd Jonsereds saw. Look closely at the pics.....first I've never seen a muffler like that....I don't mean the mods but the exhaust outlet itself, a round outlet but not the round outlet that would have had the spark arrestor screen...smaller and thin walled like the square outlets. Then there's the top handle.....gold or silver covering like a 621 and where it attaches to the AV mount over the clutch cover......no traditional pinch clamp just a screw. Next the trigger handle is black and doesn't look repainted nor does it fit correctly with the lower AV mount. The only black handles I remember were the ones form the Partner designed saws like the 5XX and 8-9XX series...in no way the same as the earlier ones. The main saw is a 70 or 66E I am assuming and though the handles can be hobgobbled from other Jreds the lack of pinch clamp looks stock. Eric you are the best historian in here you have any thoughts or perhaps an explanation?
The rear handle is from a 451e. They are longer than the 49/70/80 etc, and factory black. It seems I have seen that muffler with the thin round outlet before, but I can't remember where. I'll have to take a look at my parts saws to see if I have one.
One of the pictures gives more-or-less a top down view of the muffler - the top is flat which makes me think someone has just rounded the stock 70e outlet.I was thinking 451e but was not at the shop to compare one..... interesting that it was the same width. Yeah I can’t remember seeing any mufflers like that one in my travels
That could be......I'm looking at a 70E muffler here and it doesn't really protrude as far as that one and I don't think you could form it from square to round in that short a distance....it's only like 1/4" of material. Perhaps ....but that one is almost perfectly round....doesn't seem like the same person would have been able to accomplish that as did the muff modsOne of the pictures gives more-or-less a top down view of the muffler - the top is flat which makes me think someone has just rounded the stock 70e outlet.