Once upon a time, lumberjacks and loggers got their hands on a really neat tool. It was a beastly invention, loud and menacing; capable of felling the big wood in unbelievable time. Ahh yes, the venerable chainsaw. It modernized the logging industry, in fact it was to the logging industry what the railroad was to the transportation industry. As time moved on, most were left behind for the newer generation of lightweight, high revving saws we're familiar with today.
We just can't leave those old wood soldiers behind. My mission is to restore these old machines to their former glory. Take a step back in time and enjoy the show. Collector or not, you'll appreciate owning one of these old wood warriors.
I offer vintage and antique chainsaw restoration services. Occasionally, there's some of my own available for sale, otherwise I offer custom order pieces in stock or by procurement. If you don't own one of these old beauties; get one. If you're a vintage chainsaw collector, add one. If you would like a nicely restored piece of your own, just drop me a line in the guestbook or contact directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. The photos will change regularly, as new projects come through. If you are looking for a particular make or model, contact me; there may be one in the works, or waiting it's turn. Thanks, and enjoy!
Mid month addition to the Saw of the Month. Early Sixties Remington Super 660. A really beautiful saw in the Bantam line. Aimed at professional use in the day. Very loud and plenty of grunt. Last one I had.
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