I found this on Craigslist in New Hampshire I can find very little on these saws on the web and would like to know what the rest of this unit would look like if complete. Engine is a 1927 block and transmission Thank you Bill
The man to ask would be here:
Went on a tour of the place a couple of years ago and their collection of ice tools is extensive.
Thank you very much I will Bill
I was at a pull this weekend and I missed this on Craigslist - or you'd have had some competition in snagging it.
Owl's Head Museum in Maine used to have one in their collection - not sure if they still do. Here are some pictures I found (one is of the Owl's Head unit).
Might be worth calling Owl's Head and see if they still have their's. If they do, a trip up there with a camera to do a parts survey may be in order.
I am going to contact them thanks for the photos
Again ad sounded too good to be true
this guy was great walked me around his collection of mostly Model A's some nice older T's and his projects. I was able to pick up some A parts for my Pullford engine and a nice 27 T rear end
I will be posting better photos soon on the Doodle bug thread
Thank you Bill
It's interesting to see the saw blades. The two rigs pictured above look like buzz saw blades and the ones pictured at the museum site look like small inserted lumber saw blades?? Bud.