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1947? Precision Chain Saw


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Old 04-21-2019, 09:02:14 PM
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Photo 1947? Precision Chain Saw

I picked this up a while back. Do they take custom chains? Any thought as the it's value?

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Scott
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Default Re: 1947 ? Precision Chain Saw

Quite the looking contraption! Looks like it uses a saw blade rather than a chain? Have you had it running?

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No it’s not a runner. It does use a chain. I’m told it’s a unique chain and hard to find.
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