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Want to Sell McCulloch 7-10 automatic

Oldtoolsnewproblems

Oldtoolsnewproblems

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Putting out feelers, if I get a good offer before I get a chance to fix it I wouldn't mind selling the saw. As is, condition unknown. I thought I was grabbing it to steal the bar for my Husqvarna, but the bar studs are too small so never mind. Looks like it was barely used, but also looks like it was stored by the ocean for 30 years. All the grime wipes off easy, but that corrousin is more than skin deep. Pull cord sticks but saw spins free, make an offer, buyer pays actual shipping cost
 

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MacAttack

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How bad is the corrosion on the bottom of the saw? Wrap handle mounts eaten away? Any holes in the housing?
 
Oldtoolsnewproblems

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I'll take some more photos, but I only saw pitting, nothing fully corroded thru. The worst of the corrosion is the bottom of the bar mount cover plate
 

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Currently don't have anything in mind. I'd like to keep it and rebuild it but it's#3 in line for bench time, so if it's worth something to someone on here I might face the facts and abandon the project. If I get serious I'll add a price, otherwise feel free to make an offer here or by PM. I won't be offended by low-ball
 
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