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03-30-2015 06:42:04

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I just got an allis chalmers chain saw. Anybody ever seen one? Whats one worth?

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03-30-2015 14:54:34

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 Re: allis chalmers chain saw in reply to jr1983, 03-30-2015 06:42:04  
My brother had one about 30 years ago. Never could keep it running.

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Bob Bancroft

03-30-2015 07:45:53

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 Re: allis chalmers chain saw in reply to jr1983, 03-30-2015 06:42:04  
Poulan. I can't remember the numbers. Maybe 65-75-175? The little one wasn't a bad saw. And they made a knock off the venerable Homelite XL12. Being an AC dealer, we sold a few. Which just annoyed me, because the Homelites were our main line, sold like hotcakes, and were better than the AC/Poulans.

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Donald Lehman

04-06-2015 08:26:31

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 Re: allis chalmers chain saw in reply to Bob Bancroft, 03-30-2015 07:45:53  
There was an era where farm machinery companies attempted to get their name into the public eye by putting their name on everything from wheelbarrows, to manure forks, to knitting needles. Most of the stuff they painted their names on was coming from companies whose grade B technology was already making it difficult for them to compete in the market and moving product through the machinery companies was a last ditch effort to stay in business. In most cases I think this harmed the machinery companies far more than it helped, and it was a pain in the neck to dealers to try and sell grade B products and convince your customer it was grade A stuff.

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