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Offline HMLT360Pro

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Unknown saw2?
« on: July 08, 2013, 12:43:11 pm »
The next one I found... Thanks!
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Offline dutchsawdoctor

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Re: Unknown saw2?
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2013, 01:07:12 pm »
Thanks, again! So very interesting saw! I had a chance to buy that saw but, I knew nothing about it! Do you know what a fair market value would be?
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Re: Unknown saw2?
« Reply #3 on: July 15, 2013, 01:29:33 pm »
What was the price? the guy ask?

That's will and is a personal thing, it worth what you and others want to pay for this saw,and were you live counts and where the saw is(sending) also in the value indicating  ;)
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more chainsaw repairs Oldtimer-Motorsägen  http://pily.strojevlese.cz / http://www.sauls-kettingzagen-site.nl

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Re: Unknown saw2?
« Reply #4 on: July 16, 2013, 07:57:19 am »
Thanks! Can I ask something? Why is chainsaws- especially older ones-the prices- so secretive? So what about rifles, quads, scopes, bars & chain, cars, & the list can go on & on ! So I guess I am supposed to go pay $500.00 for this?  I have asked this same question so tender- footedly here- now I will probably be shun or ban... I guess I spend $500. & go on! Its just a question, not a family or national secret... Thanks!
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Re: Unknown saw2?
« Reply #5 on: July 16, 2013, 08:37:31 am »
Lets say i won't pay $500,= for it ;)

if the saw is in the US its hard to get so high prized, if you live in Sweden lot of them so low prize ;D
Best regards,Saul
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more chainsaw repairs Oldtimer-Motorsägen  http://pily.strojevlese.cz / http://www.sauls-kettingzagen-site.nl

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Re: Unknown saw2?
« Reply #6 on: July 16, 2013, 10:01:03 am »
Only spend what you can afford to .  Get onto ebay search past items sold in the saw you are after and get yourself a price guide.  How I do it is anything that interests me goes into watch list   After the sale I have a record for m,yself and a guide to what to pay at markets  garage sales etc. I rarely buy a saw on ebay as I just don't have the cash I got burnt on my last couple of deals  so now its garage sales and WOM (word of mouth). I never spend any of my pay on saws They have to be self funding ,eg see something unique at a sale (not necessarily a saw antique tools old motor  motorcycle bits) garab it and you may have trading material My favourite is offering to save them a trip to the dump or
 when you see an old saw in a shed barn wherever ask whats gonna happen to that often its don't know can you use it  or you can have it for a tenner etc.  I know iit's not the full answer you came looking for But I think we all or most have the same question when it comes to spending which is what's it worth I know I do and my ebay watch list and previous sales is my only tool for value
 and as the previous poster Dutch says it depends where you are here in oz I can pay 120 to 150 for a poulan 2050 and in the states 50 bucks gets me a good runner. Just don't get carried away there is always another saw coming along soon

 

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