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Sold *UPDATED* Sachs Dolmar 123 and an early 112. Now with pics.

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Den

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Hello,
Thought I'd run this past anyone to see if there is any interest. Visiting my buddy in southern Indiana yesterday. He has a non-running Sachs Dolmer 123 he may want to get rid of.
Wondered if anyone needs it.
Missing the recoil starter, bar, and chain. Top handle looks great, rear handle looks great, muffler is nice, flywheel nice. Crankcase looks clean and has nice paint. Darn near tempting to fix the saw.
Anyone have interest in it?
Overall thoughts on the 123 Sachs Dolmar?

He also has a 112 Sachs Dolmar. Forgot to mention it at first. Complete saw with bar and chain. Looks decent. Did not even pick that one up, not sure if it turns... pretty sure it does.





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Let me get with him and see how much he wants for them.
Those Sachs Dolmar's are such nicely made saws, I hate to see them laying around, and eventually winding up in the landfill when they decide to clean the garage.


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Let me get with him and see how much he wants for them.
Those Sachs Dolmar's are such nicely made saws, I hate to see them laying around, and eventually winding up in the landfill when they decide to clean the garage.


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If Wildman doesn't buy the 123 I would be interested. Also interested in the 112 if it is either an early one with the one piece top or one of the white ones.
 

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If Wildman doesn't buy the 123 I would be interested. Also interested in the 112 if it is either an early one with the one piece top or one of the white ones.
Hi Jay,
Good to hear from you. I have not had a chance to get back down there by him.
Also, I'll look deeper into the 112. I did not see any white on it... but it might have been a one piece top cover.


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Hi Den,
The white (really white and black)112s don't seem to be that common, also there was a yellow and black one that I'd like, but I think it was only sold in Europe. The orange one piece top 112s are the most common but, for some reason, I don't have one.
The 70cc big-frame Sachs is the only gap in my collection of the bigger Dolars of that era, so I wouldn't mind finding a122 or 123.
 
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Got some pics of the 123.
We found the two-piece top cover and air filter. Piston and cylinder look beautiful !!! Paint is very nice. Electrical system is all intact.
This is not a parts saw... it is well worth fixing.
Clutch cover has about a 1/2" long crack in the middle of the bottom lip from being dropped I'm sure.
Polymer brake flag has a 2" crack.
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Pics of the early 112. I put some pre-mix in it and it fired up. I'm kind of thinking a carb kit, and fuel filter may be what it needs. Piston looks very nice, and feels like nice compression. Nothing broken that I can see. Only thing missing is the emblem on the recoil starter cover.
It's unknown if the big 123 shown above is a one-owner saw, but this 112 is a one-owner saw from what he explained.
Hard to find a nice clean early 112 with one-piece top cover.
 

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Pics of the early 112. I put some pre-mix in it and it fired up. I'm kind of thinking a carb kit, and fuel filter may be what it needs. Piston looks very nice, and feels like nice compression. Nothing broken that I can see. Only thing missing is the emblem on the recoil starter cover.
The big 123 shown above is not a one-owner saw, but this 112 is a one-owner saw from what he explained.
Hard to find a nice clean early 112 with one-piece top cover.
Hey. I'm still waiting on shipping quote for the 123.
 
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