I have four very cool old saws that I am using in a few trial work presentations.
One is a Bradley Davis/ Sears Roebuck three sixty built in 1956 according to the serial number..compression is good.
Another is a Disston/Mercury do 100 I learned from this site from Magnus it was built in 1948 or 1049 (serial number #279611 if there are records out there.)
There is a 1960's looking little yellow gut I have not studied yet..the serial number plate was removed ~kind of suspicious eh?` So far I have a Holsten on the bottom of the carb. It has a strapped on cylinder tank on the back.. -my pics are too big to upload. I'll learn how to downsize them
The fourth is a two manned Mall #11. Assembly number 35440. That neat old guy had a free spinning transmission connected to the 40" bar.
-I heard it was when carburetors had a hard time turning around and not stalling.
The big one reminds me of the Bruce Springsteen song Born to Run. Looks like a suicide machine from here .
- few guys and I plan on tinkering and getting them running. It is a shame to watch them gather rust.