Marshall Trover's collection updated

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Marshall Trover's collection updated

Post by Marshall Trover » Nov 29th, '05, 18:43

Here is the pictures of my collection.

I have added some pictures from other posts and pictures of most of my two man bow saws per Tom Hawkins request. I only did one of my newer bow. Lets see some more bows from out there.

The Merc one man bow is in original condition. The Merc two man has a brand new bow. It is on loan at a saw shop.

The small air cooled drag saws were designed to be used for falling and bucking and made during the 1940's.

The Dow saw on wheels uses a Indian Scout 45 ci twin motor and biplane wheels and a model A rearend for a tranny and Disston pond chain. It cost over $900 dollars in 1933.

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Stihl BD, Stihl BDK, DJ Smith copy, Sthil BDKN
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Model A Titan and Model BR Titan

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Various Burnett saws from Canada

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Woodsman falling drag saw on back wall


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Vaughan Steam drag saw on the left

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Dow

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Dow saw Indian Scout motor

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Dow Low Stump saw

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Dow in falling position

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Mercury 9hp Army
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AMF Roadmaster with McCulloch motor

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Stihl type 41
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Mall 10

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Poulan model A
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Precision
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Poulan 52
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Mercury DO-101
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Merc 9hp
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Poulan 48
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Post by desdawg » Nov 30th, '05, 05:43

And you have a real job too Marshall? This is why I couldn't trade you anything for that Titan Helper Handle. You gots it all already, and it has been restored. I believe your collection is second to none! Yours is an inspiration.
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Post by Magnus » Nov 30th, '05, 10:44

:D
Post your saws in the models library. More saws makes better library!
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Post by errolc » Dec 9th, '05, 22:34

marshalljt..I'm still getting the hange of things here..

when you use photobucket..copy & paste the bottom "img" details and the image inserts immediately into your posting rather than the url details sitting there...can't get the hang of grabbing quotes yet

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Post by Magnus » Dec 9th, '05, 22:44

I set the links up in his post, I did not make them appear automaticly since there is so many and for some it would take a day to load the page.
For those with fast connection it is still fast when clicking on the link.
Post your saws in the models library. More saws makes better library!
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Post by desdawg » Dec 10th, '05, 14:23

Errol, go to the post you want to quote and off to the upper right is a button that says quote. Click that and you will be able to delet part of the original post if you don't want the entire thing and add your text to it. Then click submit.
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Like this:

Post by Lewis Brander » Dec 11th, '05, 03:29

desdawg wrote:Errol, go to the post you want to quote and off to the upper right is a button that says quote. Click that and you will be able to delet part of the original post
Hi desdawg. You see, I just learned something. Who says you can't teach an ole dog a new trick. Ha, I've tried to figure that out myself. Thanks for the info. Lewis.
My hobby is restoring old chainsaws. Just becaurse its old, doesn't mean it can't run again and be made to look as it did originally.
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Post by Magnus » Dec 11th, '05, 11:01

Lewis Brander wrote:
desdawg wrote:Errol, go to the post you want to quote and off to the upper right is a button that says quote.
Hi desdawg. You see, I just learned something. Who says you can't teach an ole dog a new trick. Ha, I've tried to figure that out myself. Thanks for the info. Lewis.
Yes you can press the qoute button. Then you get the post you want to qoute within these :
here is the text you qoute


It is important that it stay's there, otherwise it does not appear "in a box" in your post, but as plain text in your post.

I edited you post lewis and inserted the [/qoute].
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OK:

Post by Lewis Brander » Dec 11th, '05, 19:23

Hello Mange. I think I understand what you are saying. Lewis.
My hobby is restoring old chainsaws. Just becaurse its old, doesn't mean it can't run again and be made to look as it did originally.
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Marshall's Fabulous collection

Post by Wayne Sutton » Dec 18th, '05, 23:15

I have gotten a good deal of praise for my collection but if you could see all of Marshalls fleet in one spot it would take your breath away. He has some of the oddest and most unusual units I have ever seen. A year or so ago I remember looking at a single shelf in his basement and seeing about 40 units of which I only have about 10. It is a real dandy! And worse of all he has many more shelves like that around his place.

Also, his restorations are 2nd to none. A must to see for all of us!
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Post by Tom Hawkins » Feb 7th, '06, 00:22

Hi Marshall, I saw a few bow saws pictured in your collection, would you please send more pictures of your bow saws, thank you Tom

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Bow saws

Post by Marshall Trover » Feb 7th, '06, 00:43

Tom,
Great to hear from you. Send me an email. I have some offline stuff to talk about. I will get some pictures of bow saws posted in a few days. My 9hp bow saw is on lone and I will be by there Wednesday and take a picture.
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Bow saw update

Post by Marshall Trover » Feb 9th, '06, 04:14

OK Tom,
Here are those Bow pictures and a couple other items.
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Post by Tom Hawkins » Feb 10th, '06, 01:14

Thank you Marshall, great saws, great pictures, I love those bow saws! I started my collection with two different Mall bows that my dad used to cut pulp wood with back in the fifties. Tom
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Post by Magnus » Feb 10th, '06, 10:10

:shock:

I would love to see all the stuff you have in realety!
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