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SOLD!!!! McCulloch CP125 With 32" Oregon Roller Nose

Discussion in 'Chainsaws' started by Sawsrusinc, May 8, 2019.

  1. Sawsrusinc

    Sawsrusinc ArboristSite Operative

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    This McCulloch CP125 Chainsaw is in overall good condition minus the below stated issues. It does not have spark. The decompression release lever broke so it's in the open position right now. It does turn over smoothly. I have a couple pics of the piston which has some scoring... I can send those if someone was interested. I honestly think it might need rebuilt. Besides what I stated above the saw is in good sound shape.. It will come with a 32 inch Oregon roller nose bar.. If nothing else this saw would make a great addition to someones collection but I am sure whoever gets this will want it go eventually. I am starting at 700 shipped anywhere to the lower 48 PayPal friends and family only..
     
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    Chiknhawk ArboristSite Operative

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    Where are you located

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    I apologize I looked on ur profile how much to send to 04351
     
  3. Chiknhawk

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    Shipping is included with the 700$?

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  4. Sawsrusinc

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    Yes shipping included for 700 to ME
     
  5. Sawsrusinc

    Sawsrusinc ArboristSite Operative

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    If you want to PM me your phone number I can call you if you like
     
  6. Jacob J.

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    This one still has the original serial tag, which is very rare for a CP-125. This is a good project for someone that wants a big McCulloch.
     
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    Very nice!! Saw this for sale on CL and got a little giddy..lol. Had to reel myself back in though.
     
  8. Ancient One

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    Very tempting. Surprised it is still here.

    I am exercising the highest level of restraint! I have several big McCullochs in the collection but no 125's.

    I have ignition parts and decompression parts. An easy restore for me.

    Sadly dental work is winning the bet. A couple of crowns in store for me, insurance pays only a portion.

    Decisions, decisions!
     
  9. Sawsrusinc

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    Oh I'd get the saw.
     
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    Oh yea! Not yet committed.

    Sometimes I wonder what happened to all the old big Macs up here on the Olympic Peninsula. There was a lot of big timber cut here in the 60's and 70's and I have seen photos of 125's being used in the big fir, cedar and big spruce. But the darn things dried up and are gone with the wind.
     
  11. Sawsrusinc

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    I think the Internet happened. Most of them are in collections. Still a few remain locked away hidden in old barns and root cellars just waiting to be Re discovered
     
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    A lot of them just got thrown away or recycled. I remember guys years ago dropping big saws off at the scrapper here because no one wanted them.
     
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    Ya I've ran into that myself. Funny how one thing is worth nothing to one and lots to another
     
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    The same was true of the old muscle cars. In the late 70's and early 80's they were dirt cheap. $1200 nice big block Camaro's, $1500 for a nice 409 Impala. Good running big block LTD'S, Imperials, and Impalas ran around $300 - $400 or went to the scrapper.
     
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    What a damn shame!!!
     

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